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  • Exploitational and Energetic Aspects of Soil Preparation for Orchard Establishment 

    Zivkovic, Milovan; Radivojevic, Dusan; Urosevic, Mirko; Komnenic, Vaso; Drazic, Dragana
    Intensive soil preparation including both mechanical and human labour is required prior to the planting and establishment of orchards. Due to energy deficiency during the past years attention was focused on rational ...
  • Prerequisites for the Adoption of New Technologies – the Example of Precision Agriculture 

    Schneider, Martin; Wagner, Peter
    With the development of the global positioning systems (GPS), geographical information software (GIS) and various sensors and actuators, the possibility of initiation information-guided plant production is never been ...
  • For New Technologies of Farming Crop Production 

    Ruzicic, Lazar; Raicevic, Dragisa; Ercegovic, Djuro; Gligorevic, Kosta; Pajic, Milos
    This reading indicates the projection of development of agricultural machines and tools within tractor assemblies that may be used for classic and reduced land cultivation and direct sowing. The reading signifies the ...
  • Hyperthermia as a Potential Threat for Tractor Driver's Health 

    Ruzic, Dragan; Muzikravic, Vladimir; Poznanovic, Nenad
    Thermal conditions on tractor’s driver place are important factor not only for comfort but also for health of driver and working performance, thus for work and traffic safety. Tractor together with the driver may work ...
  • Contribution to Off – Road Vehicles Testing Problems 

    Radonjic, Rajko; Glisovic, Jasna
    The past investigation results of soil physical – mechanical properties with respect to off - road vehicles motion are analysed. The actual of the testing problems in this domain are pointed out. On this base, the ...
  • Possibility of Biomass Use – Renewable Energy Source 

    Radojevic, Rade; Zivkovic, Milovan; Radivojevic, Dusan; Bozic, Steva
    Biomass is made of plant material used as fuel or transformed into other forms prior to combustion. Biomass is biodecomposable fraction of products: agricultural waste and remains (including plant and animal material), ...
  • Pull Theory and Rubber Track Efficiency Coefficient 

    Nikolic, Ratko; Savin, Lazar; Furman, Timofej; Tomic, Milan; Simikic, Mirko; Gligoric, Radojka
    The pull theory of rubber track was shown in this paper. The mathematics model for analyzing a pull balance and balance of tractive power of crawler tractor, anticipating draw bar pull characteristics of tractor, tractive ...
  • Determination of the Energy Demand for Livestock Buildings at the Example Dairy Farming 

    Kraatz, Simone; Berg, Werner
    The cumulative energy demand in dairy farming is strongly determined by feed supply and replacement. More than the half of the total cumulative energy demand is required for feed supply, about one quarter for replacement. ...
  • Spray Coverage on Apple Leaves Obtained by Different Nozzles and Adjuvants 

    Holownicki, Richard; Doruchowski, Greg; Ewiechowski, Artur; Godynl, Waldemar
    The tendencies of increasing the droplet size to reduce the spray drift and emission of pesticides to the environment and observed recreantly. It can be confirmed by the increased interest of fruit growers in use of ...
  • Harvest and Storage of Potatoes in Boxes 

    Hoffmann, Thomas; Maly, Pavel; Fuerll, Christian; Scheibe, Knut
    Often the potatoes are filled in storage boxes in field by the hopper of the harvester ("indirect box filling"). A high concentration of foreign material in the middle of the box is the result. To avoid mechanical loads ...
  • Influence of Greenhouse Covering Material on Energy Consuption 

    Djevic, Milan; Dimitrijevic, Aleksandra
    Greenhouse production in Serbia region is, in most cases, carried out in tunnel structures covered with single or double PE folia. Reason for this is greenhouse coverings and structures market which is pretty much uniform ...
  • Factor Influencing Irrigation on Slopes 

    Djevic, Milan; Miodragovic, Rajko; Mileusnic, Zoran
    Intensive plant production can not be imagined without irrigation. Support to this fact is that 18% of the total arable land in the world is irrigated, and the agricultural production from this area is equal to the total ...