Institute of Soil Science and Agrochemistry

http://www.brissa.by/
220108 Minsk, Kazintsa, St. 90

Economically reasonable, highly effective technologies for managing the productivity of agricultural crops, regulating reserves of organic matter, the degree of acidity, phosphorus and potassium content in soils

COUNTRY OF ORIGIN

Belarus

IDENTIFIER

TO7821

PUBLISHED

2023-10-12

LAST UPDATE

2023-10-16

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Responsible
Natalia Zhabrovskaia
+375 29 371 3754
brissainform@mail.ru
Summary
The Institute of Soil Science and Agrochemistry offers consumers economically reasonable, highly effective technologies for managing the productivity of agricultural crops, regulating organic matter reserves, the degree of acidity, phosphorus and potassium content in soils under a commercial agreement with technical assistance and is looking for partners to conclude a research cooperation agreement.
Description
Ensuring the sustainability of agroecosystems, reducing the risk of losses of crop production and reproduction of soil fertility based on the integrated use of new forms of complex macro- and microfertilizers, methods for improving the agrochemical properties of soils. Creation of 6 new forms of complex fertilizers with the addition of microelements and plant growth regulators for basic application to the soil and foliar fertilizers for soils with different levels of fertility (for corn and legumes, as well as compositions for inlaying the seeds of these crops, 4 new forms of liquid microfertilizers on a chelate basis , containing microelements in chelated and organomineral form with the addition of a growth regulator (for leguminous crops (MicroStim-Cobalt; MicroStim-Cobalt, Boron) and winter wheat (MicroStim-Copper; Molybdenum; MicroStim-Copper, Manganese)).
Advantages and Innovations
Increasing the productivity of arable land by 10..15 c/ha k. unit, payback of mineral fertilizers 9..10 k. unit/kg NPK. Return on investment is 1:7. These technologies help to increase the yield of agricultural crops for livestock feed, which ensures an increase in the yield of milk and meat and will ultimately contribute to expanding the export potential of the agricultural complex.
Stage of development
Already on the market
Comments regarding stage of development
TU BY 100079183.008-2009 dated 01.09.2009 “Mineral fertilizers containing several nutrients”, changes No. 2 TU; TU BY 100079183.009-2009 dated 02.15.2010 “Complex fertilizers for perennial and annual grasses, legumes and legumes, vegetables and green spaces” amendment No. 2 TU; TU BY 100079183.006-2008 dated 06.11.2008 "Microfertilizers with biostimulator "MicroStim"".
Funding source
State budged
Internal
IPR status
Exclusive rights
Patents granted
Secret know-how
Comments regarding IPS status
RB Patent No. 13573 “Composition for producing liquid concentrated cobalt fertilizer for foliar feeding of leguminous crops.”
Sector group
Agrofood
BioChemTech
Environment

Organization information

Type
R&D institution
Year established
1931
NACE keywords
A.01.50 - Mixed farming
A.01.61 - Support activities for crop production
M.72.11 - Research and experimental development on biotechnology
M.72.19 - Other research and experimental development on natural sciences and engineering
M.74.90 - Other professional, scientific and technical activities n.e.c.
Turnover (in EUR)
10-20M
Already engaged in transnational cooperation
Yes
Additional comments
The Institute of Soil Science and Agrochemistry is the only scientific and methodological center in the republic for soil and agrochemical research, responsible for the development of theoretical and applied aspects of the protection and reproduction of soil fertility. Soil and agrochemical research of the institute determines the long-term perspective for the work of the agricultural authorities of the republic in the field of effective use of soil resources, preservation and increase of their fertility, and effective use of chemicalization means.

The main directions of scientific and scientific-technical activities of the organization are:
- rational use of soil resources, assessment and reproduction of soil fertility;
- monitoring of soil fertility, optimization of agrochemical properties of soils;
- development of effective resource-saving technologies for the use of macro- and microfertilizers for agricultural crops;
- agrochemical methods for improving the quality of crop products, balanced in chemical composition and content of microelements;
- development of new forms of environmentally acceptable complex fertilizers and biological preparations, balanced in composition, taking into account the properties of soils and the biological characteristics of agricultural crops;
- development of an energy-saving system for the protection of arable soils in areas prone to water and wind erosion and comprehensive soil protection organization of the territory;
- a study of the composition and properties of soils, patterns of their distribution, classification, diagnostics, mapping, and cadastral assessment;
- study of agrophysical properties and biological activity of soils, development of methods for their improvement. Creation of a data bank of agrophysical properties of soils in Belarus;
- study of patterns of manifestation and monitoring of erosion processes on arable soils, development of techniques for the rational use of eroded and erosion-hazardous soils. Design of anti-erosion systems in different landscape zones;
- monitoring the state of soil fertility in the Republic of Belarus and developing comprehensive agrochemical measures to improve it. Creation of a data bank of agrochemical properties of soils in Belarus;
- study of the biological properties of the main soil varieties depending on the levels of application of chemicalization agents and the development of methods for increasing them;
- study of the humus regime of soils, the intensity of humification and mineralization processes at various doses of organic fertilizers;
- study of the balance of macro- and microelements in the main soil varieties in stationary lysimetric experiments;
- development of resource-saving technologies for the use of organic, mineral macro- and microfertilizers for agricultural crops for the main soil varieties based on the principles of preserving and increasing soil fertility;
- development of new forms of complex macro- and micro-fertilizers for agricultural crops and recommendations for their effective use;
- assessment of the quality of plant products depending on the condition of the soil and the agricultural technologies used.

Since 1967, after the accident at the Chernobyl nuclear power plant, the institute became a methodological developer of radiological surveys of soils in areas contaminated with radionuclides.

The institute has created a computer data bank of agrochemical properties of soils, in which, since 1980, data on the state of agrochemical indicators has been accumulated, which are updated in accordance with the rounds of large-scale agrochemical surveys of soils. The data bank is used to evaluate the results of an agrochemical survey of soils, develop plans for the use of fertilizers for agricultural crops in fields and working areas, design estimates for liming acidic soils, and measures to increase soil fertility.
Languages spoken
English
Russian

Information about partnership

Type of partnership considered
Commercial agreement with technical assistance
Research cooperation agreement
Type and role of partner sought
Consumers are interested in purchasing economically reasonable, highly effective technologies for managing the productivity of agricultural crops, regulating organic matter reserves, and the degree of acidity, phosphorus, and potassium content in soils under a commercial agreement with technical assistance.

Partners are interested in the development of economically feasible, highly effective technologies for managing the productivity of agricultural crops, regulating organic matter reserves, and the degree of acidity, phosphorus, and potassium content in soils under a research cooperation agreement.
Type and size of partner sought
> 500
251-500
SME 51-250
SME 11-50
SME <= 10
R&D Institution
University
Sole proprietor

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