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Grass's utilization for energetic effects
This thesis presents a comparison of energy and determination of the suitability of grasses for energy purposes. The labour has the characteristics of agricultural technologies and selected energy grasses. Furthermore, it describes harvesting and biomass yield, processing technology and uses of biomass. The application compares the selected types of energy crops and outputs are depicted graphically. According to the information gathered is the best energy crop for use Chinese Miscanthus (Miscanthus), since it has the highest yield, highest yield and calorific value. Remain at the 10 to 15 years. The disadvantage is its economic performance, but the difference in cost compared to other grass not as large as those of the pros of grass
Prospects of the cultivation and the use of sorghum and millet in the Czech Republic
The aim of this work was a summary of the cultivation knowledge and the use of the possibilities of sorghum and millet in the Czech Republic. Botanical characteristics, requirements for enviroment, plant care during the vegetation millet and sorghum. Harvest and post-harvest treatment of plants and their use for food, industrial and fodder purposes. Millet is a modest yielding crop bringing a good viable, expanding food crop and variety for processing industry. Sorghum enriches crop rotation to maintain soil fertility and is an interesting alternative to corn silage on the arable land in the Czech Republic.
Evaluation of agrotechnical related measures and methods in relation to wild pig damage.
OPAT, Roman
These days, wild pig, or wild boar, causes considerable damage in the Czech Republic, but also in other countries of almost the whole of Europe. The thesis describes the issues of damage done by the wild pig and the protective measures against this damage. The basis of the thesis was to measure the areas of damaged vegetation of unbearded and bearded varieties of wheat. Damaged areas on individual fields of both varieties were then compared with each other and evaluated. The choice of a variety, as an agro-technological measure against damage done by wild pigs, showed to be very effective. The damages that the wild pig did in unbearded varieties were not done in bearded ones.
Influence of crop rotations on the economy of the company
The main aim of this diploma work was to prove the necessity of crop rotations in dependence on economical and ecological angle. The survey was made by two agricultural entities during years 2003 {--} 2008. A comparison of crops yield was made concerning six plants (winter wheat, spring barley, oat, potato, winter rape and silage corn. The first company grows plants only in short-period sequence and the second one rotates plants in settled crop rotation. Higher crops were demonstrably confirmed in a company, which rotates the plants patterns. The analysis was performed by the second company. In this analysis was made a revision of soil fund and structure of cultivated plants. On the basis of gained findings was offered the most suitable crop rotation which could be practically used.

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