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Title: Technology development of obtaining high concentration ammonia water and liquid multiple-nutrient fertilizers on its basis
Other Titles: Sumy State University
Authors: Ilchenko, A.O.
Keywords: mineral fertilizers
мінеральне добриво
минеральное удобрение
ammonia
аміак
аммиак
research
дослідження
исследование
Issue Year: 2017
Publisher: Sumy State University
Citation: Ilchenko, A.O. Technology development of obtaining high concentration ammonia water and liquid multiple-nutrient fertilizers on its basis [Текст] / A.O. Ilchenko; scientific supervisor O.O. Liaposhchenko, M.S. Skydanenko // Сучасні технології у промисловому виробництві : матеріали науково-технічної конференції викладачів, співробітників, аспірантів і студентів фак-ту техн. систем та енергоефективних технологій, м. Суми, 18–21 квітня 2017р.: у 2-х ч. / Ред.кол.: О.Г. Гусак, В.Г. Євтухов. – Суми : СумДУ, 2017. – Ч.2. – С. 97.
Abstract: Decreasing of the crop productivity and falling-off in agricultural production make farmers in Ukraine look for a solution from the critical situation. The main factor of increasing productivity and effective land use is applying organic and mineral manure. The use of organic fertilizers is complicated by a sharp reduction in the number of livestock, and thus the number of organics as well. Farmers don’t have enough money to stock up with mineral fertilizers. According to the world experience, using liquid fertilizers is the most technologically and economically advantageous. They provide drastic fertilizer loss reduction, full mechanization of handling operations, high uniform soil fertilization and labor costs reduction.
URI: http://essuir.sumdu.edu.ua/handle/123456789/63230
Type: Theses
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