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Sustainable fertilization systems as a prerequisite for improved quality of agricultural products

Dragičević, Vesna; Brankov, Milan; Stoiljkovic, Milovan; Šenk, Milena; Dolijanović, Željko; Tolimir, Miodrag; Simić, Milena

(Belgrade : University of Belgrade, Faculty of agriculture, 2022)

TY  - CONF
AU  - Dragičević, Vesna
AU  - Brankov, Milan
AU  - Stoiljkovic, Milovan
AU  - Šenk, Milena
AU  - Dolijanović, Željko
AU  - Tolimir, Miodrag
AU  - Simić, Milena
PY  - 2022
UR  - http://rik.mrizp.rs/handle/123456789/1056
AB  - Human health is dependent not just on diet, but mainly on quality of agricultural products as a 
part of diet. If crops were grown on poorly fertile soils, or they are exposed to severe stresses, 
lesser amount of mineral elements, particularly essential elements, such as zinc, copper, 
manganese, magnesium, calcium, iron, and even sulphur, will be absorbed and accumulated, 
resulting in their deficiency in diets and increased incidence of various chronic diseases. 
Together with naturally low soil fertility, climate change, intensive agriculture is one of the 
main contributors of soil depletion. Thus, various long-term strategies, which are sustainable 
for agricultural plants and soils, at the same time, must be developed. It is of particular 
importance to increase a level of organic matter, as a source of mineral nutrients from the soil. 
The application through soil, as well as via plant foliage of various complex and organic 
fertilizers, containing macro- and micro-elements, and many stimulating compounds, enables 
better absorption and metabolisation of nutrients required for plants and nutrients essential for 
humans. Besides, bio-fertilizers, containing beneficial microorganisms have an important role 
in nutrients mobilization in soils, particularly from poorly accessible forms. Many bio fertilizers contain microorganisms that are able to absorb atmospheric nitrogen, thus enriching 
soil, delivering it to the plants, enabling reduction in amount and costs of nitrogen addition 
into the soil. Promoting microorganisms are also able to enhance plants ability to absorb 
water and nutrients by their synergy with roots, resulting in stable and better growth 
performances of agricultural plants, thus increasing yield and its quality. Some other cropping 
practices, such as crop rotation, intercropping and use of cover crops, enriches soil with 
organic matter, reduces losses of nutrients through recycling of harvest residues, therefore 
increasing soil fertility, as well as quantity and quality of crop yield, at the same time.
PB  - Belgrade : University of Belgrade, Faculty of agriculture
C3  - 1. European symposium on phytochemicals in medicine and food, Belgrade, 7-9.09.2022. godine -  Book of abstracts
T1  - Sustainable fertilization systems as a prerequisite for  improved quality of agricultural products
SP  - 32
EP  - 32
ER  - 
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author = "Dragičević, Vesna and Brankov, Milan and Stoiljkovic, Milovan and Šenk, Milena and Dolijanović, Željko and Tolimir, Miodrag and Simić, Milena",
year = "2022",
abstract = "Human health is dependent not just on diet, but mainly on quality of agricultural products as a 
part of diet. If crops were grown on poorly fertile soils, or they are exposed to severe stresses, 
lesser amount of mineral elements, particularly essential elements, such as zinc, copper, 
manganese, magnesium, calcium, iron, and even sulphur, will be absorbed and accumulated, 
resulting in their deficiency in diets and increased incidence of various chronic diseases. 
Together with naturally low soil fertility, climate change, intensive agriculture is one of the 
main contributors of soil depletion. Thus, various long-term strategies, which are sustainable 
for agricultural plants and soils, at the same time, must be developed. It is of particular 
importance to increase a level of organic matter, as a source of mineral nutrients from the soil. 
The application through soil, as well as via plant foliage of various complex and organic 
fertilizers, containing macro- and micro-elements, and many stimulating compounds, enables 
better absorption and metabolisation of nutrients required for plants and nutrients essential for 
humans. Besides, bio-fertilizers, containing beneficial microorganisms have an important role 
in nutrients mobilization in soils, particularly from poorly accessible forms. Many bio fertilizers contain microorganisms that are able to absorb atmospheric nitrogen, thus enriching 
soil, delivering it to the plants, enabling reduction in amount and costs of nitrogen addition 
into the soil. Promoting microorganisms are also able to enhance plants ability to absorb 
water and nutrients by their synergy with roots, resulting in stable and better growth 
performances of agricultural plants, thus increasing yield and its quality. Some other cropping 
practices, such as crop rotation, intercropping and use of cover crops, enriches soil with 
organic matter, reduces losses of nutrients through recycling of harvest residues, therefore 
increasing soil fertility, as well as quantity and quality of crop yield, at the same time.",
publisher = "Belgrade : University of Belgrade, Faculty of agriculture",
journal = "1. European symposium on phytochemicals in medicine and food, Belgrade, 7-9.09.2022. godine -  Book of abstracts",
title = "Sustainable fertilization systems as a prerequisite for  improved quality of agricultural products",
pages = "32-32"
}
Dragičević, V., Brankov, M., Stoiljkovic, M., Šenk, M., Dolijanović, Ž., Tolimir, M.,& Simić, M.. (2022). Sustainable fertilization systems as a prerequisite for  improved quality of agricultural products. in 1. European symposium on phytochemicals in medicine and food, Belgrade, 7-9.09.2022. godine -  Book of abstracts
Belgrade : University of Belgrade, Faculty of agriculture., 32-32.
Dragičević V, Brankov M, Stoiljkovic M, Šenk M, Dolijanović Ž, Tolimir M, Simić M. Sustainable fertilization systems as a prerequisite for  improved quality of agricultural products. in 1. European symposium on phytochemicals in medicine and food, Belgrade, 7-9.09.2022. godine -  Book of abstracts. 2022;:32-32..
Dragičević, Vesna, Brankov, Milan, Stoiljkovic, Milovan, Šenk, Milena, Dolijanović, Željko, Tolimir, Miodrag, Simić, Milena, "Sustainable fertilization systems as a prerequisite for  improved quality of agricultural products" in 1. European symposium on phytochemicals in medicine and food, Belgrade, 7-9.09.2022. godine -  Book of abstracts (2022):32-32.