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Evaluation of selected cereals in conventional and organic farming - protein content and impact on greenhouse gases emissions
Agriculture is, after fossil fuels, the second largest producer of greenhouse gas emissions, which are responsible for global climate change, and it is necessary to look for ways to reduce this environmental load. Cereals are the most cultivated crops in the world, so it is appropriate to examine their share of this load. The aim of the thesis was to evaluate and compare the environmental aspects of the cultivation of selected cereals (wheat, rye and barley) in the conventional and ecological farming system. The resulting environmental load was first calculated on 1 kg of grain, and then the load was recalculated to a load of 1 kg of protein contained in grain of selected cereals. Protein content in grain is one of the grain quality indicators. A simplified LCA method has been used for the environmental load calculations. This method is used for environmental impact assessments and covers the whole life cycle of the product.
Structure Of Organic Farming In Moravian-Silesian Region
The bachelor thesis is focused on the analysis of the structure of ecological farming production in the Moravian-Silesian Region and in the Czech Republic. Theoretical part describes the issue of organic farming. It contains definition, history, importance, specifics and nonproductive functions. The next section is based on own analysis and databases of the Institute of Agricultural Economics and Information (IAEI) and the Ministry of Agriculture (MoA). It describes the structure of agricultural land use in organic farming in the Moravian-Silesian Region. Results are compared with the structure of the Czech Republic. The analysis monitors plant production (acreage for each crop, the representation of crops and average yields) and livestock production (species and number of animals and the amount of livestock production).

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1 Pavlova, Irina
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