Depth of Application of a Microgranule for Precision Sowing on the Controlled Release of Nutrients, and the Growth of Maize Plants in the Initial Stage of Development

The innovative technologies in the chemical and food industries
Proceedings of the 2nd International Scientific Conference «Chemical Technology and Engineering»: June 24–28, 2019, Lviv: Lviv Polytechnic National University, 2018, pp. 220–221

Authors

First and Last Name Academic degree E-mail Affiliation
Natalia Matłok Ph.D. nmatlok [at] ur.edu.pl Department of Food and Agriculture Production Engineering University of Rzeszow
Rzeszow, Poland
Józef Gorzelany Sc.D. gorzelan [at] ur.edu.pl Department of Food and Agriculture Production Engineering University of Rzeszow
Rzeszow, Poland
Piotr Antos Ph.D. piotr_antos [at] o2.pl Department of Computer Engineering in Management, Rzeszow University of Technology
Rzeszow, Poland
Maciej Balawejder Sc.D. maciejb [at] ur.edu.pl Department of Chemistry and Food Technology, University of Rzeszow
Rzeszow, Poland

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Abstract

The manuscript presents the results of vase experiments on the determination of the depth impact of soil microgranulate application for precision sowing on the growth of maize plants in the initial stage of development. Multi-component granule used in the experiment characterized by the controlled release of ingredients was made on the basis of an alternative source of a phosphate in accordance with the patent application No. P.429318.

References

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