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JournalISSN: 2069-1149

Annals of the Academy of Romanian Scientists Series on Agriculture, Silviculture and Veterinary Medicine 

About: Annals of the Academy of Romanian Scientists Series on Agriculture, Silviculture and Veterinary Medicine is an academic journal. The journal publishes majorly in the area(s): Productivity & Grassland. It has an ISSN identifier of 2069-1149. Over the lifetime, 23 publications have been published receiving 6 citations. The journal is also known as: Ann Acad Romanian Sci Ser Agric Silvic Vet Med.
Topics: Productivity, Grassland, Grazing, Romanian, Habitat

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TL;DR: In this article , the authors assess the grasslands of the Râmnicu Sărat river basin, lying in Buzău and Vrancea counties, to the Curvature Carpathians, in terms of forage species, as well as to determine their productivity, pastoral value, green fodder mass (GM) production and the optimal load of herbivores per hectare (Large Cattle Units).
Abstract: The aim of this study is to assess the grasslands of the Râmnicu Sărat river basin, lying in Buzău and Vrancea counties, to the Curvature Carpathians, in terms of forage species, as well as to determine their productivity, pastoral value (PV), green fodder mass (GM) production and the optimal load of herbivores per hectare (Large Cattle Units). The permanent grasslands of Râmnicu Sărat river basin are spread up to 1340 m altitude above sea level, on flat lands and aspects, up to 30 degrees slopes, where, on average 85 species of plant species are found within a single plant community. The vegetation coverage is in average of 94%, of which 66% participation with fodder species and 28% with harmful species to grass carpet and animal production. The best pastoral value (PV) of 74.8 and a production of 16.62 t/ha of green fodder mass (GM) was evaluated within the ass. Cirsio cani-Festucetum pratensis and the lowest of 5.6 PV, with 0.56 t/ha GM within ass. Festuco capillatae-Nardetum. The average production of the assessed grasslands was of 7.22 t/ha GM, which allows a load of 0.73 LCU/ha, for an average period of 165 days of grazing, the lowest number being of 125 days in the mountain area and 195 days in the hilly area, for transhumant domestic animals.

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TL;DR: In this article , permanent grasslands from the analysed area are located in the central part of the Orăștiei Corridor and the west of the Șureanu Mountains, from 225 -1,630 m altitude.
Abstract: The permanent grasslands from the analysed area are located in the central part of the Orăștiei Corridor and the west of the Șureanu Mountains, from 225 -1,630 m altitude. The coverage with grassy vegetation is 91% and the average number of vascular plants on the vegetal associations is 60. The participation in the grassy carpet of fodder species reaches almost 60% and the harmful ones over 30%. The average pastoral value (PV) is 45 with differences from 60 - 80 for the most valuable associations to 5 - 7 for the degraded ones. The highest green mass production (GMP) of the grasslands was estimated at over 23 t/ha at As. Arrhenatherum elatioris harvested as hay and As. Trifolio repenti - Lolietum with 19 t/ha that has a grazing capacity of 1.6 UVM / ha in a season of 185 days. The worst results are obtained in the economically degraded associations Violo declinatae - Nardetum, Junco - Molinietum, Botriochloetum ischaemi and Clinopodio - Pteridietum aquilini, with 5 -7 PV and 0.4 - 0.8 t/ha GMP

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TL;DR: In this paper , the authors propose technical and public policy solutions primarily at local community level, within citizens' groups, for the realisation of a Territorial Action Programme in food policy, particularly in densely populated areas.
Abstract: Careful observation of where food is produced and distributed reveals a mismatch between what is given, what is demanded and what is received. All this becomes an argument for structuring a coherent concept for harmonising food policy, as well as an issue calling for the integration of food policies. The objective of the study is to raise awareness recently and to propose technical and public policy solutions primarily at local community level, within citizens' groups. The solutions that emerged from the study are those relating to highlighting the elements of principle that provide the framework for the realisation of a Territorial Action Programme in food policy, particularly in densely populated areas. This guide is useful for achieving the necessary synergy between agricultural, environmental and social issues that intersect with the provision of quality food and food aid in a unified concept of Romanian integrated food policy.

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TL;DR: In this article , the authors developed a descriptive analysis (ANOVA) and forecasting regarding cattle, sheep, goats and pigs in Romania and showed that these numbers will continue to decrease considerably both in the Bucharest-Ilfov region and in the Romanian mountain regions.
Abstract: The paper develops a descriptive analysis (ANOVA) and forecasting regarding cattle, sheep, goats and pigs in Romania. The data simulated in SPSS, taken from Eurostat, show that these numbers will continue to decrease considerably, both in the Bucharest-Ilfov region and in the Romanian mountain regions. The general situation of mountain agriculture shows similar trends to Romanian agriculture. At the national level, the arable surface has been reduced in stages in the last three decades, a decrease mainly due to the change of extensive agricultural methods (grazing, spontaneous flora) with intensive ones (stable, controlled flora). Following the national agricultural trend, mountain agriculture after 1990 changed its structure and dimensions (such as cattle, production and mountain producers, mountain entrepreneurship, etc.). Some aspects remained quantitatively unchanged, such as the large number of individual holdings and the high share of agricultural land use. In this context, public and private entities must act jointly for the valorization of mountain ecosystems by controlling the pollution caused by the numerous individual exploitations. The mountain ecosystems in the Romanian area influence the national agricultural productivity, valuing the mountain product at the highest levels. Whether it is alpine meadow ecosystems, including coniferous forests and interpenetration zones between high and mid-mountains, low-mountain ecosystems, or high- and mid-hill ecosystems, the ultimate goal of pollution reduction research and action must be the same, respectively protecting the mountain area.
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TL;DR: In this paper , the authors aim to replace in the Civil Society Organizations in Romania the way that has been performed so far, as for them to acquire the transformation in order to achieve superior, modern, sustainable results and progress in their development.
Abstract: The paper aims to replace in the Civil Society Organizations in Romania the way that has been performed so far, as for them to acquire the transformation in order to achieve superior, modern, sustainable results and progress in their development.
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20234
202219