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001-es BibID:BIBFORM066841
Első szerző:Nagy Orsolya (regionális tudományok)
Cím:Testing of maize hybrids, bioenergy / Nagy Orsolya, Nagy János
Megjegyzések:Maize became one of the main crops of the world due to its fundamental role in feeding the population and quick growth of its production. Maize is known as food and fodder, but less known as bioenergy. The quantity of maize above the food and fodder demans should be provided to bioethanol plants either stored or freshly used. This use type should be modern, effective, economical and profitable for producers. Therefore, utilising new scientific findings is important. Currently, biomass can cover around 2% of the world's and a maximum of 4% of Europe's fuel use. There is a lot to be done to reach the EU's objectives. The long-term field experiment - which is unique in Europe - established at the Látókép Experiment Site of the Centre for Agricultural Sciences of the University of Debrecen involves various testing of more than 300 hybrids each year (cultivation, fertilisation, plant number, irrigation). When examining different genotypes, 5-7% difference was shown in fermentable content, i.e., bioethanol output. Therefore, selecting the proper genotype is also important in addition to technology, as a 5-7% surplus is very favourable. The aim of maize utilisation is to reach as efficient bioethanol extraction as possible, i.e., the highest possible fermentable content. The amount of byproducts in bioethanol production is around 40%. Due to its high nutritional value, this amount should be used as fodder, provided that it is not infected. Healthy, high quality feedstock, properly selected genotypes and hybrids provide a perfect basis for an efficient production technology and practice.
Tárgyszavak:Társadalomtudományok Regionális tudományok előadáskivonat
Megjelenés:25th International Scientific- Experts Congress on Agriculture and Food Industry. - p. 142-143
További szerzők:Nagy János (1951-) (agrármérnök, mérnök-tanár)
Internet cím:Intézményi repozitóriumban (DEA) tárolt változat
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