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University of Zagreb (2016)

Convenience of agricultural land for vegetable production in the municipality of Gola ( transitional area of moderate semi-humid to semi-arid Pannonian climate zone)

Škrinjar Tajana

Titre : Convenience of agricultural land for vegetable production in the municipality of Gola ( transitional area of moderate semi-humid to semi-arid Pannonian climate zone)

Pogodnost poljoprivrednog zemljišta za povrćarsku proizvodnju na području općine Gola

Auteur : Škrinjar Tajana

Université de soutenance : University of Zagreb

Grade : Master’s Thesis (magistar/ magistra inženjer/inženjerka agroekologija) 2016

Résumé
The aim of this study is to identify the characteristics of the soil and to assess soil suitability for vegetable production in the Municipality of Gola in order to develop the necessary basis for planning further development of agricultural activities. Municipality of Gola is located in Koprivnica–Križevci county. Agriculture is the most important natural resource of the Municipality of Gola. Households are mainly engaged in farming and animal husbandry and some of them are growing vegetables. Relief in the Municipality of Gola is predominantly lowland and is naturally bordered by the river Drava and the Hungarian border. It is located in the transitional area of moderate semi-humid to semi-arid Pannonian climate zone. A total of 6 mapping units are allocated in the clip Soil Map of the Municipality of Gola. One of them belongs to a terrestrial type while 4 of them suit hydromorphic soils. A smaller number of farmers in the Municipality of Gola produce vegetable crops for the market. OPG Kapitanović Mirko produce vegetables for the market. They grow vegetables at the open field and produce bean and French bean, peppers and zucchini. To maintain the quality of production for zucchini and peppers they use irrigation. They sell their products to wholesellers all over the country on the basis of oral agreement. According to the assessment of the current benefits of soil on flat terrain in the valley of the river Drava, vegetable production is recommended. Over 70% of agricultural land the soil is suitable for gardening class amenities P-1. Limited class P-3 soils are allowed to be used for growing less demanded vegetables. Temporary inconvenient class N-1 soils and limited class P-3 (P-3/N-1) soils are necessary to be conserved if intended for use in intensive vegetable production.

Présentation : Croatian Digital Theses Repository (CDRT)

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