Cercetarea fluctuaţiilor cantitative în acumularea şi valorificarea deşeurilor zootehnice în Republica Moldova

  • A. RUSU Institutul de Pedologie, Agrochimie şi Protecţie a Solului “Nicolae Dimo”
  • V. PLĂMĂDEALĂ Institutul de Pedologie, Agrochimie şi Protecţie a Solului ”Nicolae Dimo”

Abstract

Based on the information provided by Moldovan statistics yearbooks, the analysis of dynamics of manure production and its usage is presented for the period 1950-2010. The largest amount of manure amounting to 15.6-16.6 million tons per year was produced during the period 1981-1990. The highest level of usage, 58-82 percent of the total produced quantity, was registered during the same period. During the mentioned period about 4.4-6.0 tons of waste was distributed per ploughed hectare annually. In 2006-2010, the smallest amount of manure was produced, about 3.4-4.5 million tons per year, and even less was used, about 0.1-0.2 percent of the produced amount. Even if for 1 invested dollar, about 1.6-3.6 lei are recovered by the production increase over the following four years, the main reason of the allegedly ignored attitude towards the usage of manure lies in the lack of financial and technical resources necessary to prepare and apply manure. These costs can vary between 160 and 360 lei per ton (10 to 23 Euro/t).


Keywords: Livestock, Livestock units, Manure, Statistics, Waste valorization.

References

1. Anuarele statistice ale Republicii Moldova din anii 1950-2010. Departamentul de Statistică, Chişinău.
2. Constantinov, T., Sofroni, V., Mangul, I., Particularităţile climei în Republica Moldova. Degradarea solurilor şi deşertificarea, SNMSS, Chişinău, 2000, p.28-35.
Published
2017-05-24
How to Cite
RUSU, A.; PLĂMĂDEALĂ, V.. Cercetarea fluctuaţiilor cantitative în acumularea şi valorificarea deşeurilor zootehnice în Republica Moldova. Stiinta agricola, [S.l.], n. 1, p. 7-11, may 2017. ISSN 2587-3202. Available at: <https://sa.uasm.md/index.php?journal=sa&page=article&op=view&path%5B%5D=274>. Date accessed: 25 feb. 2021.
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