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The 8th International Scientific Conference

RURAL DEVELOPMENT 2017:

Bioeconomy Challenges

ABSTRACTS BOOK

23-24th November, 2017

Aleksandras Stulginskis University Akademija, Kaunas district, Lithuania

http://www.ruraldevelopment.lt

http://www.ruraldevelopment.lt/

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Scientific committee

Chairperson prof. dr. Antanas Maziliauskas Rector of the Aleksandras Stulginskis University Vice-chairperson dr. Romualdas Zemeckis Vice-rector for Research of the Aleksandras Stulginskis University Vice-chairperson prof. dr. Asta Raupelien Editor-in-Chief of the Proceedings of Rural Development International Conference

Members: Prof. dr. David Richard Arney (Estonian Life Science University, Estonia) Prof. dr. Vilma Atkoinien (Aleksandras Stulginskis University, Lithuania) Prof. dr. Algirdas Augustaitis (Aleksandras Stulginskis University, Lithuania) Prof. dr. Gediminas Brazaitis (Aleksandras Stulginskis University, Lithuania) Prof. dr. Natalija Burbulis (Aleksandras Stulginskis University, Lithuania) Prof. dr. Sigitas Daukilas (Aleksandras Stulginskis University, Lithuania) Prof. dr. Yoshiharu Fujii (Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology, Japan) Prof. dr. Boriss Gjunsburgs (Riga Technical University, Latvia) Prof. dr. Inderjit Singh (University of Delhi, India) Prof. dr. Egl Jotautien (Aleksandras Stulginskis University, Lithuania) Prof. dr. Vigilijus Jukna (Aleksandras Stulginskis University, Lithuania) Assoc. Prof. dr. Jii Maek (Czech University of Life Science in Prague, Czech Republic) Prof. habil. dr. Irina Laiko (Institute of Bast Crops, Ukraine) Prof. dr. Violeta Makareviien (Aleksandras Stulginskis University, Lithuania) Prof. habil. dr. Renata Marks-Bielska (University of Warmia And Mazury in Olsztyn, Poland) Prof. dr. Velta Parsova (Latvian University of Agriculture, Latvia) Prof. dr. Arvydas Povilaitis (Aleksandras Stulginskis University, Lithuania) Prof. dr. habil. Baiba Riva (Latvian University of Agriculture, Latvia) Prof. dr. Heinz Roehle (Technical University of Dresden, Germany) Prof. habil. dr. Barbara Sawicka (University of Life Sciences in Lublin, Poland) Dr. Sc. Velibor Spalevic (Institute of Forestry, Podgorica, Montenegro) Prof. dr. Neringa Stoniuvien (Aleksandras Stulginskis University, Lithuania) Prof. dr. Jari Stenvall (University of Tampere, Finland) Prof. dr. Vida Malien (Liverpool John Moores University, United Kingdom) Prof. dr. Laima Kott (University of Guelph, Kanada) Prof. dr. Kaspars Vartukapteinis (Latvian University of Agriculture, Latvia) Prof. habil. dr. Rimantas Velika (Aleksandras Stulginskis University, Lithuania) Prof. dr. Leslie A. Weston (Charles Sturt University, Australia)

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Organizing committee Chairperson of conference prof. dr. Egidijus arauskis Vice-Chairperson of conference Assoc. prof. dr. Jolita Greblikait Administrators of conference dr. Judita erniauskien Aurelija Merkelyt Members:

Prof. dr. Aura Blinstrubien Prof. dr. Algirdas Jasinskas Prof. Dr. Astrida Miceikien Prof. dr. Kstutis Romaneckas Assoc. prof. dr. Jonas sna Assoc. prof. dr. Rta Dromantien Assoc. prof. dr. Antanas Dumbrauskas Assoc. prof. dr. Jolanta Valiukien Assoc. prof. Gintar Vaznonien Assoc. prof. dr. Remigijus alkauskas Assoc. prof. Valdemaras Makutnas Assoc. prof. dr. Daiva Rimkuvien Assoc. prof. dr. Rytis Skominas Lect. dr. Jolita Abraitien Lect. dr. Rita epulien Lect. dr. Jurgita Sasnauskien Lect. dr. Rasa Pakeltien Lect. dr. Rasa Pransknien Lect. dr. Gerda ilingien Lect. dr. Jurgita Baranauskien Dr. Vaida Jonytien Dr. Zita Kriauinien Lect. PhD student Daiva Urmonien PhD student Dovil Levickien PhD student Aist Ragauskait PhD student Linas ilinis Ingrida Augustaitien Ingrida Ignotait Laura emaitien

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Dear scientists and experts, rural development policy makers and colleagues We are pleased to invite you to participate already in the 8th International Scientific Conference Rural Development 2017: Bioeconomy Challenges. It already became as biannual tradition to meet colleagues all over the world here. In addition, we are pleased that this event became a common area for international scientific interdisciplinary discussion on rural development and innovations. It is a pleasure for us to welcome you at Aleksandras Stulginskis University, which is developing due to the challenges of smart growth and bioeconomy. The University is becoming more and more advanced in science and more open to society for cooperation and sharing knowledge. The Mission of University reveals our main aspiration: to develop and disseminate scientific knowledge and sincerely strive for save and healthy food and ful-fledged living environment for all citizens of Lithuania. We are able do more step by step with global changes and innovations by sharing innovative ideas, experience and results of our researches. The existing and rising challenges of bioeconomy will be discussed in different Conference sections:

Biosystems Engineering and Environment Integrity; Agro-innovations and Food Technologies; Multifunctional Approach for Sustainable Use of Natural Bio-

Resources; Social Innovations for Rural Development.

Together we can create synergy from broad participation from different sectors of the society, the scientists, practitioners, policy makers, private sector actors, NGOs, even young researchers and students. All the participants will be awarded the possibility to express their attitude towards the scientific issues related to rural development, especially in the focus of bioeconomy challenges. Prof. dr. Antanas Maziliauskas Rector of Aleksandras Stulginskis University, Chairperson of Scientific Committee

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Contents Scientific committee .................................................................................................... 2 Organizing committee ................................................................................................. 3 AGRO-INNOVATIONS AND FOOD TECHNOLOGIES.................................... 25 Nitrogen Fertilisation Influence on Multi-Species Swards Productivity and Botanical Composition

Aleksandrs Adamovics1, Iveta Gutmane1, Inguna Gulbe2 ...................................... 26 Monitoring Crop State of Cereals Using Sentinel 2 Satellite and UAV Images

Oldich Ltal1, Petr aec2, Petr Novk2, Jitka Kumhlov2 .................................. 27 Main Directions of Development of Spring Wheat Production Agricultural Technologies for Sustainable Arable Farming in the Forest-Steppe Belt of the Middle Volga Region

Marat Amirov, Farid Shaykhutdinov, Igor Serzhanov, Nicolay Semushkin .......... 28 Impact Assement of the Vermicompost and Peat Extracts of Soil Nutrient Uptake in Potato Plantation

Lidija Vojevoda1, Anita Osvalde2, Gunta ekstere2, Andis Karlsons2 ................... 29 Reaction of Winter Wheat Genotypes on the Yellow (Stripe) Rust Puccinia Striiformis, Wes

Vija Strazdina1, Liga Feodorova-Fedotova2 ........................................................... 30 Development of the Approaches for Complex Utilization of Beach-Cast Brown Alga (Fucus vesiculosus) Biomass, With Obtaining of New Value-Added Products

Oskars Bikovens, Jevgenija Ponomarenko, Sarmite Janceva, Galina Telysheva ... 32 The Comparison of Pressed Seed Oils Features

Vladimr Man, Patrik Burg, Miroslav Hork, Petr nurkovi ............................. 33 Leaf Surface Area Estimation in Different Grapes Varieties Using a AM 300 Leaf Area Meter

Patrik Burg, Jana Burgov, Vladimr Man, Miroslav Vachn ............................ 34 The Efect of Post-Harvest Treatment and Storage Conditions on Vitamin C Content in Leafy Parsley Two Cultivars

Monika Andrzejczyk-Sitarek, Jarosaw L. Przyby, Marek Gajewski .................... 36 Fatty Acid Composition in Buckwheat (Fagopyrum esculentum M.) Flours and Their Extruded Products

Gita Krumina-Zemture, Ilze Beitane ...................................................................... 37 Influences of Biological Preparations on Soil Properties in the Spring Wheat Crop ......

Rita epulien, Darija Jodaugien ......................................................................... 38 Weed Control Methods in Sugar Beet Cultivation

Edita Eimutyt, Kstutis Romaneckas, Aida Adamaviien, Egidijus arauskis, Sigitas ekanauskas, Rasa Kimbirauskien ........................................................... 39

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Asparagus Decline in Crop Production and Autotoxicity

Hisashi Kato-Noguchi* and Keisuke Nakamura .................................................... 40 Major Nutrient Elements and Micronutrient Stimulate Compositions in Cultivation Technology of Lucerne in Forest Soils of the Russian Middle Volga Forest-Steppe Zones

Faik Safiollin, Marsel Khismatullin, Svetlana V. Sochneva................................... 41 Alternative Sources of Fetilizer Nutrition Elemens of Perrenial Grasses in Gray Forest Soils of Tatrstan Republic

Marsel Khismatullin Gennadiy S. Minnullin, Faik Safiollin .................................. 42 Impact of Soil Tillage Intensivity on Faba Been Cultivation

Rasa Kimbirauskien, Kstutis Romaneckas, Aida Adamaviien, Aura

Sinkeviien, Vidmantas Butkus, Egidijus arauskis, Sigitas ekanauskas .......... 43 Valorization of Preserved Thymus Satureioides Compounds: Polyphynol and Antioxidant Activity

Lamyae Lahnine1, Ali Idlimam1, Nadia Hidar1, Safa Mghazli1, Mostapha Mahrouz1, Hafida Hanine2 .................................

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