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Title:OSTANKI PESTICIDOV V ZELENJAVI IN SADJU
Authors:ID Urbanč, Kristina (Author)
ID Bavec, Martina (Mentor) More about this mentor... New window
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Language:Slovenian
Work type:Master's thesis/paper
Organization:FKBV - Faculty of Agriculture and Life Sciences
Abstract:Država porekla, način kmetijske pridelave ter prisotnost ostankov pesticidov so vse pomembnejši kriteriji pri nakupu hrane, še posebej pri sveži zelenjavi in sadju. V letu 2015 smo preučevali vsebnost in količino ostankov pesticidov v zelenjavi in sadju v odvisnosti od načina pridelave na podlagi analiz na ostanke pesticidov znotraj integrirane in ekološke pridelave ter stanje na splošnem trgu Republike Slovenije. Analizirali smo ostanke pesticidov iz vzorcev solate iz trajnostnega poskusa na UKC Maribor v letu 2015, kjer so bili preučevani štirje pridelovalni sistemi (konvencionalni, integrirani, ekološki, biodinamični). Rezultati kažejo, da je vsebnost ostankov pesticidov v zelenjavi in sadju odvisna od načina pridelave in da zelenjava in sadje, pridelana v sklopu sheme kakovosti ekološka pridelava v Sloveniji, nista obremenjena z ostanki pesticidov. V vzorcih integrirane pridelave so najdeni ostanki pesticidov, vendar pa je v primerjavi z vzorci splošnega trga znotraj integrirane pridelave večje delež vzorcev brez ostanka pesticidov (82,7 % vzorcev zelenjave in 30,6 % vzorcev sadja). V prihodnosti bo potrebno več pozornosti nameniti spodbudi kmetov za vključenost v sheme kakovosti, poskrbeti za kratke verige oskrbe in ozaveščati ljudi o pomembnosti uživanja lokalno pridelane ekološke zelenjave in sadja za boljšo kakovost njihovega življenja.
Keywords:zelenjava, sadje, ostanki pesticidov, integrirana pridelava, ekološka pridelava, pridelovani sistem
Place of publishing:Maribor
Year of publishing:2016
PID:20.500.12556/DKUM-64527 New window
NUK URN:URN:SI:UM:DK:5IP1ALOP
Publication date in DKUM:27.10.2016
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Language:English
Title:PESTICIDE RESIDUE IN VEGETABLES AND FRUITS
Abstract:The country of origin, a method of agricultural production and the presence of pesticide residues are important criteria when buying food, especially fresh vegetables and fruit. In 2015 we studied the content and quantity of pesticide residues in vegetables and fruit, depending on the method of production based on analyses of pesticide residues within the integrated and organic production and the situation on the general market of the Republic of Slovenia. We analyzed pesticide residues in the samples of salad from sustainable experiment at UKC Maribor in 2015, where four production systems (conventional, integrated, organic, biodynamic) were studied. The results show that the presence of pesticide residues in vegetables and fruit depends on the method of production and the fruit and vegetables produced within the scheme of quality organic production in Slovenia are not contaminated with pesticides. Pesticide residues were found in the samples of integrated production, but in comparison with the samples of the general market, within the integrated production, higher share of samples without residues of pesticides (82.7% of vegetable samples and 30.6% of fruit samples) is noticed. In the future more attention should be given to encourage farmers to participate in quality schemes, short supply chains should be provided and awareness about the importance of consuming locally grown organic vegetables and fruit to improve the quality of life should be raised.
Keywords:fruit, vegetable, pesticides residue, integrated farming, organic farming, production system


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