|Kod przedmiotu:||R.2sa.FAR.SM.ROSAY||Kod Erasmus / ISCED:||(brak danych) / (brak danych)|
|Nazwa przedmiotu:||Farming systems|
|Jednostka:||Katedra Agroekologii i Produkcji Roślinnej|
Ochrona środ. 2 stopień, stacj. 2 sem. Monitoring ekologiczny środowiska
|Punkty ECTS i inne:||3.00|
The aim of this study is to show main differences between farming systems: conventional, integrated and organic. It means differences in the role of crop rotations, soil cultivation, fertilization and plant protection in these systems. As for soil cultivation and crop rotation the study will acquaint students with action and influence on soil of farm machinery used in the traditional and modified soil cultivation systems: plough, non-plough and no-till.
After completing this course student will be able to name differences between farming systems, choose proper crop-plants to crop rotation, according to their soil and climatic requirements.
The use of cultivation units for decrease of soil cultivation depth, its intensity and costs will be shown. During the course students will get the information about crops and correct methods of designing the crop rotations: selection of crop-plants and their cultivars according to climatic and soil requirements; types of crop rotations used in the different farming systems; growing of species and cultivar mixtures: cereal-cereal, cereal-leguminous and others; simplifications in crop-rotations. As for fertilization, different kinds of fertilizers will be presented: mineral, organic (manure, slurry) and natural (intercrops, straw). Terms and dosages of fertilizers in crop-rotations will be shown. As for plant protection methods, the target is to show the progress in technologies of pesticide production and their use, but also threats connected with applying large amounts of those chemicals in the new technologies of farming. Decision making in weed management in crop rotations: choice of proper herbicides, fixation of herbicide dose and terms of their use. Also non-chemical technologies of plant protection will be shown: mechanical, thermal, electric and biological, and their application in the different farming systems.
1. Main differences between faming systems
2. Main differences between faming systems
3. The role of crop rotation in different systems
4. The role of crop rotation in different systems
5. Cultivation of soil depending on system (plough, non-plough, no-till)
6. Cultivation of soil depending on system (plough, non-plough, no-till)
7. The influence of cultivation system on the soil properties
8. The usage of fertilizers (mineral, organic and natural)
9. The influence of fertilizers on environment
10. Significance of livestock
11. Control of pests in different systems
12. Control of pests in different systems
13. The influence of each farming system on environment
14. The influence of each farming system on environment
15. Profitability of different farming systems
1-15. Each student will be making a project of crop rotation for a chosen farming system connected with technological card of soil cultivation, fertilization and control of patogens.
1. Number of hours and ECTS credits - compulsory subject Hours: 75; ECTS: 3
2. Number of hours and ECTS credits - facultative subject Hours: -; ECTS: -
3. Total number of hours and ECTS credits, a student must earn by direct contact with academics (lectures, classes, seminars....) Hours: 30; ECTS: 1,2
4. Total number of hours and ECTS credits, a student earns in the course of a practical nature, such as laboratory, field trips and design classes Hours: 15; ECTS: 0,6
5. Expected personal workload (without or with academics participation during consultations) necessary for realization of subject objectives. Hours: 45; ECTS: 1,8
1.Handbook of Precision Agriculture. Principles and Applications. 2006. A. Srinivasan (ed.). Food Products Press
2.B. Šarapatka, J. Urban et al. 2009. Organic Agriculture. IAEI, Prague.
3.Sustainable farming systems in upland areas. http://www.apo-tokyo.org/publications/files/agr-02-sfs.pdf
|Efekty uczenia się:||
Knowledge: students will know principles of modern farming systems and their classification.
Skills: students will be able to design crop rotation, according to different farming system requirements and include in that fertilization as well as pest management methods.
Social competences: understanding of necessity of continuous study, due to the progress in this field of knowledge.
|Metody i kryteria oceniania:||
Lectures: Oral exam
Grade E (2.0) Student does not know basic definitions of farming systems, cannot design a crop rotation proper to a specific farming system.
Grade D (3.0) Student knows basic principles and classification of farming systems.
Grade C (3.5) Student knows basic principles and classification of farming systems. Can design a crop rotation specific to a farming system.
Grade B (4.0) Student knows principles and classification of farming systems well. Can design a crop rotation specific to a farming system, including fertilization and pest management methods.
Grade B+ (4.5) Student knows principles and classification of farming systems very well. Can design a crop rotation specific to a farming system, including fertilization and pest management methods. Can adapt a crop rotation to different farming systems.
Grade A (5.0) Student is fluent in principles and classification of farming systems. Designs crop rotations, including fertilization and pest management methods, to different farming systems.
Zajęcia w cyklu "Semestr letni 2018/2019" (zakończony)
|Okres:||2019-02-25 - 2019-09-30||
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Ćwiczenia audytoryjne, 15 godzin więcej informacji
Wykład, 15 godzin więcej informacji
|Prowadzący grup:||Maciej Chowaniak|
|Lista studentów:||(nie masz dostępu)|
Właścicielem praw autorskich jest Uniwersytet Rolniczy im. Hugona Kołłątaja w Krakowie.