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Department of Agricultural and Environmental Chemistry


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Agronomy - Study in English


General information:

Agronomy course covers 1 semester (summer semester) and 15 didactic hours. Frontal lectures (15 h per semester) are in weekly intervals during 15 consecutive weeks 1 h each and cover selected topics necessary to follow others courses.


Detailed description of topics is available in Syllabuses.


Lectures are held in Lecture Room No. 430 – Collegium Agronomicum

Person responsible for Agronomy:

Prof. dr hab. Aleksandra Badora – Collegium Agronomicum, room No. 431 (3rd floor)


 Department of Agricultural and Environmental Chemistry, Faculty of Agrobioengineering


Title of Class

Lecture 2
Lecture 3
Lecture 4

Colloquium I

Lecture 5
Lecture 6
Lecture 7
Lecture 8
Lecture 9

Colloquium II

Lecture 10
Lecture 11
Lecture 12

Summary and promotion

Supplementary materials

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Scientific activities

  • Circulation of macro and microelements as well as trace elements in agroecosystems and natural ecosystems under the influence of chemical-agriculture factors in plant production in the scheme: soil-fertilizer-plant-environment.
  • Chemical-agricultural evaluation of organic fertilizers, mineral and deacidification as well as deposits used to fertilize and to enrich soil. 
  • Evaluation of causes and results of soil acidifying. 
  • Evaluation of soil fertility and plants’ mineral content. 
  • Evaluation of chemical elements in agricultural crops, ford products and fodders.
  • Balanced fertilizing in different agricultural systems. 
  • Foreseeing and evaluation of fertilizing effects in agro and other ecosystems.


More important achievements:

  • The influence of acid rain on soil and plants has been evaluated.
  • Crops reaction for existences of changeable aluminum in soil has been described.    
  • The possibilities of using the synthetic substances and organic deposits to improve the soil fertility have been studied.  
  • The consequent influence of water erosion on physiochemical and chemical property of loess soil.
  • The evaluating factor of soil susceptibility to reduction has been studied.
  • The fertilizing value of amidophosphate ammonia has been evaluated.
  • Under the Department auspices there is Students Science Association of Biogeochemists