On June 15-16, 2017 Dr. Volodymur Kvak, member of NATO team from NULES, participated at the All-Ukrainian scientific-practical conference “Actual questions of modern technologies for cultivation of the agricultural crops in the climate change conditions

On June 15-16, 2017 Dr. Volodymur Kvak, member of NATO team from NULES, participated at the All-Ukrainian scientific-practical conference “Actual questions of modern technologies for cultivation of the agricultural crops in the climate change conditions”. The conference was organized at the Podilsky State Agricultural and Technical University, Kamenetz-Podilsky city, Khmelnitsky region, Ukraine.

The conference was attended by scientists from the Podilsky State Agricultural and Technical University, Institute of Bioenergetics Crops and Sugar Beets from the National Agrarian Academy of Science (NAAS), Institute of Agriculture from the NAAS, Yu. Yuryev Institute of Plant Science, B. Khmelnytsky Cherkassy National University, Yuriy Fedkovych Chernivtsi National University, Vasyl Stefanyk Precarpathian National University, Khmelnytsky State Agricultural Research Station, Khmelnytsky branch of the Institute “Podilski Tovtry”. Representatives from LLC “World of Skin”, Association “Bioconversion” and Private production-commercial enterprise “Imptorgservice”” from Dnipro city were participated at the event as well.

Dr. Volodymur Kvak delivered presentation: “Phytoremediation of soils contaminated with heavy metals as a result of military activity with planting Giant Miscanthus”. He presented the current results of NATO SPS research project G4687 and shared agronomical aspects while growing Giant Miscanthus at the land contaminated due to the military activity for stabilizing heavy metals pollution and obtaining the high quality biomass.

Participants of the conference

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