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Institute of Engineering and Agricultural Sciences

 

1. Name of the Institute

 University of Nyíregyháza, Institute of Engineering and Agricultural Sciences, Deaprtment of Vehicle and Agricultural Engineering

2. Name of the researcher(s) and research group (if applicable)

Dr. habil Tamás Antal PhD, associate prof. (head of the research group),  Dr. habil Benedek Kerekes PhD, univ. prof., Dr. Antal Lengyel PhD, college prof., István Lajtos master instructor and Károly Krajnyik technical instructor.

3. Research area and keywords of research

  Drying of Agricultural Materials and Foodstuffs

(hot-air drying, freeze drying, combined drying, chemical components, cost and quality)

4. Research objectives (in 1-2 sentences)

 The aim of research is to examine the effectiveness of freeze drying (FD) enhanced with two-stage mid-infrared- or/and hot-air-freeze drying. To examine the effect of application of the mid-infrared-freeze drying (MIR-FD) and hot-air-freeze drying (HAD-FD) on product quality (color, water activity, hardness and chemical components).

5. Description and results of research (in detail, max. 1500 characters)

 The two-stage drying methods pronouncedly affected the drying time, energy uptake and physical-mechanical properties of dried substances. The drying kinetics was estimated using Henderson–Pabis and third-order polynomial, etc. models. From the statistical test results and correlation, it is understood that thin-layer models have been successful in predicting moisture ratio of drying fruits and vegetables. The drying process combining infrared/hot-air and lyophilization provides a potential alternative to the freeze drying of foodstuffs, based on results of quality tests. Further research is required to determine the adequate change point in drying curve and chemical component of final product.

The research group has established international cooperation with five universities.

6. Research partners from other institutions (if any)

 

7. Other information (if any)

 

8. Publications (max. 5)

T. Antal – B. Kerekes – L. Sikolya (2014): Quality evaluation of different pre-treatments and combined convective-freeze drying of sour cherry (Prunus cerasus L.). Progress in Agricultural Engineering Sciences 10., p. 21-37. ISSN 1786-335X

T. Antal  (2017): Drying characteristics and quality of pear under hybrid drying (mid-infrared-freeze drying). Hungarian Agricultural Engineering, 31/2017, p. 33-44. ISSN 0864-7410                                           

B. Kerekes – T. Antal  (2018): Practical experiences of an operational size freeze drying equipment. Academic Journal of Manufacturing Engineering, 16(1), p. 106-111. ISSN 1583-7904

 

 

 

1. Name of the Institute

 University of Nyíregyháza, Institute of Engineering and Agricultural Sciences, Deaprtment of Vehicle and Agricultural Engineering

2. Name of the researcher(s) and research group (if applicable)

Dr. Zoltán Kovács PhD, college prof. (head of the research group); Dr. habil Imre Kalmár PhD, college prof.,  Dr. Antal Lengyel PhD, college prof.,  Dr. habil Tamás Antal PhD, associate prof., Dr. István Szőllősi PhD, college prof., Dr. Attila Szilágyi PhD, assistant prof., Attila Szegedi assistant professor, Károly Krajnyik technical instructor, István Lajtos master instructor.

3. Research area and keywords of research

Mechanization of sustainable agricultural technology systems

4. Research objectives (in 1-2 sentences)

 Using technical solutions for safe and sustainable 
agricultural systems to help improve the 
competitiveness of Hungarian agriculture. 
Key areas: application of energy-saving solutions 
in agricultural technologies, 
environmentally friendly, chemical-saving and safe 
crop protection, special agricultural mechanization 
solutions for agricultural production, 
implementation of cyclical economic models for 
agricultural by-products and waste recycling 
in agricultural production. 

A further aim is the widespread use of advanced  (alternative and developed) motor fuels in tractors and motor vehicles.

5. Description and results of research (in detail, max. 1500 characters)

Developing a periodic review of plant protection machines, establishment of a testing station. Creating an engine test system (brake pad laboratory installation). Successful use of alternative propellants in diesel engine operation. Comparative analysis of motor fuels, practical use of results. qualification of renewed diesel engines with brake pad measurements.

In the course of the research and development work, five domestic companies managed to establish cooperation and to create a reference place, furthermore to implement four major project proposals.

6. Research partners from other institutions (if any)

 

7. Other information (if any)

 

8. Publications (max. 5)

L. Sikolya – I. Kalmár – B. Kerekes (2014): Development of New Complex Energetic Audit System and Testing by a Production Company. In: „EXPRES 2014”: 6th IEEE International Symposium on Exploitation of Renewable Energy Resources. Subotica.

I. Kalmár – Kalmárné E. Vass (2015): Technological system originated risks of sustainable operations at biogas-factories. INTERNATIONAL MULTIDISCIPLINARY CONFERENCE, 11th EDITION, Baia Mare – Nyiregyhaza.

I. Kalmár – Z. Kovács - Kalmárné E. Vass – I. Lajtos  (2017): Measuring instrument development for control of orchard sprayers SCIENTIFIC BULLETIN SERIES C: FASCICLE MECHANICS, TRIBOLOGY, MACHINE MANUFACTURING TECHNOLOGY 12. International Multidisciplinary Conference, 12th Edition. Baia Mare.

 

1. Name of the Institute

 University of Nyíregyháza, Institute of Engineering and Agricultural Sciences, Deaprtment of Vehicle and Agricultural Engineering

2. Name of the researcher(s) and research group (if applicable)

Attila Szegedi assistant professor (head of the research group), Dr. Antal Lengyel PhD, college prof., Dr. Zoltán Kovács PhD, college prof., István Lajtos master instructor.

3. Research area and keywords of research

Energy assessment of the transmission systems of tractors

(traction force change, power loss, slip change, swiching process)

4. Research objectives (in 1-2 sentences)

 Our main goal was to investigate the losses of the drive chain.

The critical point is the gear changing procedure. The purpose of our work have done in this research area, to analyse the traction force changes in time by measuring the electric governor sign as well as the actuator hydraulic pressure.

 

5. Description and results of research (in detail, max. 1500 characters)

We have analyzed the power loss losses in each gear at a stable equilibrium in steady- state traction. The measurement methods used and tools to track traction, speed, and slip changes during test time under. The large amount of measurement data provides a detailed analysis of the switching process. From the measured data it can be stated that the change of switching time and traction characteristics Known as important information on the operation point of view of tractors and other permanent mobile machines.

6. Research partners from other institutions (if any)

 Szent István University

7. Other information (if any)

 

8. Publications (max. 5)

A.Lengyel – A. Szegedi (2013): Research of the energy losses of shifting process in Powershift transmissions. INTERNATIONAL MULTIDISCIPLINARY CONFERENCE, Nyíregyháza., 10th EDITION.

A. Szegedi – A. Lengyel (2015) Examination of energetics relations of underload gear shifting Academic Journal of Manufacturing Engineering Vol. 13. Issue 4. p 44-51.

A. Lengyel – A. Szegedi - Z. Kovács (2015): Research Of Energetic Relations Of The Under-load Gear Shifting Drive. INTERNATIONAL MULTIDISCIPLINARY CONFERENCE, Nyíregyháza, 11th EDITION.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1. Name of the Institute

 University of Nyíregyháza, Institute of Engineering and Agricultural Sciences, Deaprtment of Vehicle and Agricultural Engineering

2. Name of the researcher(s) and research group (if applicable)

Dr. Attila Szilágyi PhD, assistant professor

3. Research area and keywords of research

 Solar cooling

(solar energy utilization, conditioning, cooling, environmental protection, heat exchanger)

4. Research objectives (in 1-2 sentences)

 The main parts of research theme are solar energy utilization and air conditioning (especially cooling in evironmental friendly way).

5. Description and results of research (in detail, max. 1500 characters)

It has been determined the form of usable heat energy from secondary side of heat exchanger from solar vacuum tube collector, which is the following function  (A=60 Wm-6s2, n=2, C=9 sm-3, R=0.7). These results are valid at the 800-1000 W/m2 solar radiation range.

It has been investigated an alternative cooling technology’s method. According to measurements it has been determined that the cooling effect is depending on the size range of bottles (evaporation and heat losses in building). Bottle’s neck has to be between 16 and 30 mm diameter. If the outside air temperature reaches 30 ºC, the change of pressure start an air flow.

It has been examined the heat losses of porous pots filled water as working fluid. It was determined the minimal temperature with the following evaporation mass flow rate:
1062-1234 g/h: T(t) = 0.000003 t2 + 0.0163 t + 36.791. It has been established that the evaporation cooling with porous materials is applicable for air-conditioning, because the difference of temperature is between 8-10 ºC, which is optimal for human body.

6. Research partners from other institutions (if any)

 There has been a cooperation with Szent István University, Department of Physics and Process Control.

7. Other information (if any)

 

8. Publications (max. 5)

A. Szilágyi (2014): Analysis the performance of absorption cooling system by solar energy, 20th Workshop on Energy and Environment, Szent István University, Gödöllő.

A. Szilágyi – I. Seres (2016): Possibility of solar cooling, előadás, 22th Workshop on Energy and Environment, Szent István University, Gödöllő.

A. Szilágyi – I. Farkas – I. Seres (2018): Application of evaporation cooling with solar energy, előadás, 24th Workshop on Energy and Environment, Szent István University, Gödöllő. ISBN 978-963-269-787-1

 

 

 

 

 

 

1. Name of the Institute

 University of Nyíregyháza, Institute of Engineering and Agriculture

2. Name of the researcher(s) and research group (if applicable)

dr. Gergely Dezső (senior),

Péter Kósa (assistant), Attila Sipos (assistant)

3. Research area and keywords of research

 optimization of additive manufacturing processes, development of technical and medical applications by means of experimental and numerical investigation

4. Research objectives (in 1-2 sentences)

 Objectives: Optimization of production parameters of additive manufacturing methods for dimension accuracy, mechanical material parameters or structure, based on experimental and numerical investigation.

5. Description and results of research (in detail, max. 1500 characters)

Previous research results demonstrated for PolyJet technology how anisotropy of additive manufacturing technology influence size and shape accuracy of workpieces. Impact energy absorption of standard specimen was measured in case of different manufacturing orientation.

In case of fused deposition method layer thickness of parts fabricated by an extrusion method was studied.

Our team is involved in a consortial research project of 2 industrial company and 2 university. Objective of this project is to study osteosynthesis of medical implants with trabecular structure manufactured by metal additive manufacturing methods, especially selective laser melting (SLM). Our task is experimental investigation of manufactured parts and numerical analysis of possible solutions.

 

International links: We have potential research partners in Central Europe.

6. Research partners from other institutions (if any)

Varinex Informatics Inc.

University of Debrecen, Biomechanical Laboratory

7. Other information (if any)

 At University of Nyíregyháza following laboratories are in tight cooperation regarding our researc activity: Additive Manufacturing Laboratory, Material Test Laboratory (acredited), Electron Microscope Laboratory.

8. Publications (max. 5)

[1] G. Dezső, G. Dezső jr. : Study on microstructure and layer thickness of a model manufactured by fused deposition method

XXIV. International Scientific Conference of Young Engineers 2019. március 28-29., Kolozsvár, Romania

[2] G. Dezső jr. , G. Dezső : Examination of layer thicknesses of a model produced by fused filament extrusion

ACTA MATERIALIA TRANSYLVANICA (EN) 2 : 1 pp. 13-18. , 6 p. (2019)

[3] Dezső, Gergely ; Szigeti, Ferenc ; Kósa, Péter

A gyártási orientáció hatása az anyag húzással szembeni ellenállására additív gyártással készített alkatrészek esetén

Műszaki Tudomány az Észak-Kelet Magyarországi Régióban 2017

Debrecen, Magyarország Debreceni Akadémiai Bizottság Műszaki Szakbizottsága, (2017) pp. 68-73. , 6 p.

[4] Dezső, Gergely : Research and application experiences on additive manufacturing (plenary lecture)

In: Bitay, Enikő (szerk.) A XXII. Fiatal Műszakiak Tudományos Ülésszaka előadásai, Kolozsvár, Románia : Erdélyi Múzeum-Egyesület (EME), Óbudai Egyetem, (2017) pp. 43-49. , 7 p.

[5] Dezső, Gergely ; Kósa, Péter ; Százvai, Attila

Additív gyártás pontosságának vizsgálata: Study on accuracy of additive manufacturing

Műszaki Tudomány az Észak-kelet Magyarországi Régióban, 2012 Szolnok, 2012. május 10,  MTA Debreceni Akadémiai Bizottság, (2012) pp. 147-152. , 6 p. 

 

 

1. Name of the Institute

University of Nyíregyháza, Institute of Engineering and Agricultural Science, Department of Agricultural Sciences and Environmental Management

2. Name of the researcher(s) and research group (if applicable)

Leader: Prof. Dr. habil. László Simon CSc. university professor, departmental head, Doctor of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences

Members: Katalin Irinyiné Dr. Oláh PhD assistant professor, Eszter Kalmárné Dr. Vass PhD college professor, Dr. Béla Szabó PhD associate professor, Dr. Miklós Szabó PhD associate professor; Dr. Csilla Tóth PhD associate professor, Dr. Uri Zsuzsanna PhD associate professor, Dr. Szabolcs Vigh PhD assistant professor, Dr. György Vincze PhD college professor

Sustainable Plant Nutrition Management and Phytoremediationresearch group (2008-2020)

3. Research area and keywords of research

mineral nutrition of plans, phytoremediation, toxic elements

4. Research objectives (in 1-2 sentences)

 Research activities of this research group are scoped on the study of the sustainable plant nutrition management, and phytoremediation of toxic elements.

5. Description and results of research (in detail, max. 1500 characters)

 Our activities are the followings:

1. In open-field trials the impacts of various mineral fertilizers and wastes (e.g. municipal sewage sludge sediment, municipal sewage sludge compost, municipal biocompost) and mineral amendments (rhyolite tuff, willow ash are) are studied on energy crops (willow, black locust, giant reed). Yield, mineral nutrient plant uptake and soil leaching, accumulation of toxic elements in plants, microanatomical and physiological (enzyme activity, photosynthesis) responses of plants, and microbial activity, respiration of soils are followed.

2. At our University Training Farm (Nyírtelek, Ferenctanya) open-field large plot experiments are conducted to study the effects of mineral fertilizers (e.g. ammonium nitrate, ammonium nitrate with calcium-magnesium carbonate, sulphuric urea), organic manures (e.g. poultry manure), biowastes (municipal sewage sludge compost), mineral amendments (rhyolite tuff, dudarit, alginit) and innovative foliar fertilizers in maize, wheat hybride and common wheat cultures.

3. At organic farming areas of University Training Farm macro- and micro-nutrient turnover is studied in various second sowing green manure crops (e.g. daikon radish, sunn hemp, multi-component green manure crop mixtures). Yield and mineral nutrition of after cultured sunflower, physical and biological soil conditions of soils are studied.

4. In collaboration with University of Debrecen Institute of Ecology at Debrecen-Lovászzug area the toxic element phytoremediation potential of various herbaceous (e.g. Arundo, Sorghum sp.) and woody plants (elm and white willow sp.) is studied. Plants are grown in former sewage settling ponds where sewage sediment is covered now with uncontaminated soil. Processes in contaminated soils and in plants are modelled running growth chamber pot experiments.

6. Research partners from other institutions (if any)

 University of Debrecen

7. Other information (if any)

 

8. Publications (max. 5)

1. Simon L. 2014. Potentially harmful elements in agricultural soils. In: Bini, C. & Bech, J. (eds.), PHEs, Environment and Human Health. Potentially Harmful Elements in the Environment and the Impact on Human Health. Springer, Dordrecht, Heidelberg, New York, London (ISBN 978-94-017-8964-6), pp. 85-137, 142-150. 

2. Simon, L., M. Makádi, Gy. Vincze, Zs. Uri, K. Irinyiné Oláh, L. Zsombik, Sz. Vigh, B. Szabó, 2018. Long-term field fertilization experiment with energy willow (Salix sp.) − Elemental composition and chlorophyll fluorescence in the leaves. Agrochemistry and Soil Science 67(1): 91-103.

3. Simon, L., B. Szabó, Gy. Vincze, M. Szabó, J. Koncz, 2018. Impact of fertilization on the mineral nutrition and yield of Salix triandra x Salix viminalis and Robinia pseudoacacia L. bioenergy crops. Agrochemistry and Soil Science 67(1):105-119.

4.Kryvtsova, M., N. Bobryk, L. Simon, 2019. Soil microbiota under the conditions of an open field experiment of fertilizing soil by energy willow. Biotechnologia Acta 12(4): 27-33.

5. Szabó, B ; M. Szabó, Cs. Varga, Zs. Uri, Gy. Vincze, L. Simon, 2013. The effects of rhyolite tuff on maize yield. In: Ungureanu, N.; Cotetiu, R.; Sikolya, L.; Páy, G. (eds.) Proceedings of the International Multidisciplinary Conference Nyíregyháza, Hungary. Bessenyei Book Publisher, Nyíregyháza. pp. 164-167.

Our scientific results are published in conference abstracts and proceedings, in reviewed journal papers, and in book chapters in Hungarian and English language. Our publications can be found in Magyar Tudományos Művek Tára (www.mtmt.hu) – Hungarian Scientific Works Repository, and at www.nye.hu/agrtud.

 

 

 

 

1. Name of the Institute

 University of Nyíregyháza, Institute of Engineering and Agriculture

2. Name of the researcher(s) and research group (if applicable)

Dr.Ravai Nagy Sándor, Dr.Szigeti Ferenc, Százvai Attila, Dr.Varga Gyula(ME)

3. Research area and keywords of research

Research the drilling of the industrial plastic parts in cryogenic environment

4. Research objectives (in 1-2 sentences)

Study the cryogen environment effects on the drilled hole accuracy, the hole roughness and on the chip removing mechanism.

5. Description and results of research (in detail, max. 1500 characters)

The chips in the cold environment (-35 ° C) did not lint, if are set the right cutting parameters the chip does not twist on the tool. The clearance of the hole diameter machined in a cryogenic environment is significantly smaller than on room temperature. In the case of cryogenic cooling, most roughness parameter combinations measured smaller surface roughness values. The roughness of the machined surface is smaller when are machined whit cryogen cooling.

Publications: 5 conference presentations (+ proceedings), 2 scientific articles

 

6. Research partners from other institutions (if any)

University of Miskolc,

Technical University of Cluj-Napoca - North University Center of Baia Mare

7. Other information (if any)

 

8. Publications (max. 5)

1.

Sándor, Ravai Nagy; Mircea, Lobonțiu ; Nicolae, Medan ; Ferenc, Szigeti

Experimental studies on drilling in cryogenic conditions the industrial plastic parts

In: Ripanu, MI; Kyratsis, P; Merticaru, V; Nagit, G; Ibanescu, R; Boca, M; Dodun, O; Coteata, M; Panait, CE; Slatineanu, L; Mihalache, AM; Oancea, G (szerk.) 21st Innovative Manufacturing Engineering and Energy International Conference, IManE and E

EDP Sciences, (2017) Paper: 10.1051/matecconf/201711201024

2.

Sándor, Ravai Nagy; Medan N, Szigeti F.

Aspects of Design of Experiments on Machining Technology by Forming the Internal Threads

In: N, Balc (szerk.) Modern Technologies in Manufacturing : MTeM 2017 - AMaTUC

Cluj-Napoca, Románia : Trans Tech Publications, (2017) Paper: https://www.matec-conferences.org/articles/matecconf/pdf/2017/51/matecco... , 6 p.

3.

Varga G, Ravai-Nagy S, Szigeti F (2018)

Examination of surface roughness of holes of plastic parts drilled under cryogenic cooling

conditions. IOP Conf Ser Mater Sci Eng 448:012065. ISSN: 1757-899X

https://doi.org/10.1088/1757-899X/448/1/012065

 

 

 

1. Name of the Institute

 University of Nyíregyháza, Institute of Engineering and Agriculture

2. Name of the researcher(s) and research group (if applicable)

 Péter Tarján

3. Research area and keywords of research

high energy nuclear physics, QGP, quark-gluon plasma

4. Research objectives (in 1-2 sentences)

The objective of the research is to investigate the properties of high density , high temperature nuclear matter and quark-gluon plasma.

5. Description and results of research (in detail, max. 1500 characters)

 One of the design aims behind the Relativistic Heavy Ion Collider was to create a machine which can accelerate heavy

ions to energies that would enable us to create the Quark-Gluon Plasma. The detectors built on RHIC (including the PHENIX detector) are built to measure and identify as many types of

processes as possible, exploring several possible signatures of the QGP. Early results from this research are summarized in the 2005 paper “Formation of dense partonic matter in relativistic nucleus-nucleus collisions at RHIC: Experimental evaluation by the PHENIX collaboration”. Further research has been geared towards the detailed examination of the various properties of of this new state of matter.

6. Research partners from other institutions (if any)

Brookhaven National Laboratory, USA

7. Other information (if any)

 

8. Publications (max. 5)

  • Neutral pion production in high energy heavy ion collisions at the PHENIX experiment. Doktori disszertáció. Debreceni Egyetem, 2010.
  • Formation of dense partonic matter in relativistic nucleus-nucleus collisions at RHIC: Experimental evaluation by the PHENIX collaboration. By PHENIX Collaboration (K. Adcox et al.). p.127. Nucl. Phys. A757:184-283, 2005.
  • Suppressed pi^0 production at large transverse momentum in central Au+Au collisions at S(NN)**1/2 = 200 GeV. By PHENIX Collaboration (Stephen Scott Adler et al.). p.6. Phys. Rev. Lett. 91:072301, 2003.
  • Low-momentum direct photon measurement in Cu$+$Cu collisions at $\sqrt{s_{_{NN}}}=200$ GeV
    By PHENIX Collaboration (A. Adare et al.).
    arXiv:1805.04066 [hep-ex].
    10.1103/PhysRevC.98.054902.
    Phys.Rev. C98 (2018) no.5, 054902.
  • Centrality dependence of low-momentum direct-photon production in Au$+$Au collisions at $\sqrt{s_{_{NN}}}=200$ GeV
    By PHENIX Collaboration (A. Adare et al.).
    arXiv:1405.3940 [nucl-ex].
    10.1103/PhysRevC.91.064904.
    Phys.Rev. C91 (2015) no.6, 064904.  

 

1. Name of the Institute

University of Nyíregyháza, Institute of Engineering and Agricultural Science, Department of Agricultural Sciences and Environmental Management

2. Name of the researcher(s) and research group (if applicable)

Leader: Katalin Irinyiné Dr. Oláh PhD, assistant professor

Members: Dr. Judit Csabai PhD assistant professor, Dr. Forgó István PhD associate professor, Edit Kosztyuné Krajnyák instructor, Dr. Béla Szabó PhD associate professor, Dr. Miklós Szabó PhD associate professor; Dr. Tóth Csilla PhD associate professor, Dr. Zsuzsanna Uri PhD associate professor, Dr. Szabolcs Vigh PhD assistant professor

„Preserving, Developing and Adapting Biological Bases to Sustainable Landscape Management”

research group (2017-2020)

3. Research area and keywords of research

landscape management, preserving, developing adapting biological bases, locally cultivated agricultural crops

4. Research objectives (in 1-2 sentences)

Research activities of this research group are scoped on the study of the landscape management through preserving, developing and adapting biological bases of locally cultivated agricultural crops.

5. Description and results of research (in detail, max. 1500 characters)

Our activities are the followings:

1. Breeding, maintenance of horseradish, “pritamin” paprika and white cabbage lines and varieties is running, their agrotechnical maintenance is investigated. The horseradish research is based on a nearly 100 various horseradish lines and varieties. Our institute have ownership of 2 state recognized horseradish cultivars Nyírnemes and Petrence, 1 state recognized “pritamin” paprika cultivar Nyírpiros, and 3 state recognized white cabbage cultivars Hadházi lapos, Pallagi lapos and Szatmár fejeskáposzta. Yield, pest control, leaf anatomy investigations are conducted.

2. Pest resistance, the aesthetic appearance of grape bunches, special taste and seedless of berries is investigated in various table grape varieties. Our institute have ownership of 6 state recognized table grape cultivars; Adria, Bíró kékje, Dunav, Guzal kara, Szuvenir and Péter.

3. At our Tuzson János Botanical Garden a plant preservation program is running. Main areas of research: exploring the flora of Szabolcs-Szatmár-Bereg county, participation in Hungarian flora mapping, development of propagation technology of protected plants, examination of ecological conditions of ex situ plant cultivation (e.g. Clematis integrifolia; Telekia speciosa (Schreb.) Baumg., and Lychnis coronaria L. Desr. ex Lam). We have collected 22 various protected plant species from which we now have a large stock for propagation.

4. The cultivation of Leguminous crops is dominant in the Training Farm of the University of Nyíregyháza. The lupin (Lupinus albus L.) is the most perspective Leguminous plant in the acidic sandy soil. The hairy vetch (Vicia villosa Roth) is the other perspective plant of sand farming. We experimented production technologies and plant protection for these species.

6. Research partners from other institutions (if any)

 University of Debrecen

7. Other information (if any)

 

8. Publications (max. 5)

1. Májer, M., B. Szabó, 2018. Comparison of confectionary sunflower breeds' achene parameters. In: Hasinets, Y.S. (ed.) Actual Problems of Biological and Agro-ecological Research in the Carpathian region. Proceedings of the International Conference of Young Scientists and Students. April 26-27, 2018. Uzhgorod National University. Uzhgorod, Ukraine. p. 35.

2. Kosztyuné Krajnyák E., B. Szabó, S. Vágvölgyi, R. Bukta, P. Pepó, 2018. Yield components of hairy vetch (Vicia villosa Roth.) in different sowing technology on acid sandy soil. Proceedings of the conference „The Scientists of the Future - the Future of the Countryside” 18th PhD Conference, University of Debrecen. November 23., 2018. (in press).

3. Márta-Kegyik, É., J. Csabai, O. Mészáros, V. Gonda, M. Tarek, Z. Cziáky, A.S. Hüsniye, K. Irinyiné Oláh, 2019. Changes in the production of Hungarian chili peppers, effects of rhyiolite tuff and poultry manure. In: Guklivska, A.V., P.E. Kaditov (eds.). Actual Problems of Biological and Agro-ecological Research in the Carpathian region. Proceedings of the 12th Conference of the Young Researchers and Students. April 26-27, 2018. Uzhgorod National University. Uzhgorod, Ukraine. p. 96-97.

4. Dániel, P., K. Irinyiné Oláh, 2018. Comparison of pritamin pepper varieties and lines based on their yield indicators and organoleptic characteristics. In: Hasinets, Y.S. (ed.) Actual Problems of Biological and Agro-ecological Research in the Carpathian region. Proceedings of the International Conference of Young Scientists and Students. April 26-27, 2018. Uzhgorod National University. Uzhgorod, Ukraine. p. 32.

5. Oláh, K., 2007. Productivity of horseradish varieties in consideration of assorted rhizoma distribution. In: Cotetiu, R., N. Ungrureanu (eds.). Proceedings of the 7th International Multidisciplinary Conference. Scientific Bulletin, Baia Mare, Romania. pp. 285-290.

Our scientific results are published in conference abstracts and proceedings, in reviewed journal papers, and in book chapters in Hungarian and English language. Our publications can be found in Magyar Tudományos Művek Tára (www.mtmt.hu) – Hungarian Scientific Works Repository, and at www.nye.hu/agrtud.

 

 

 

 

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