DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURAL CHEMISTRY


Department of Agricultural Chemistry
Adres: ul. Seminaryjna 5, 85-326 Bydgoszcz
tel.: (52) 374 9001
e-mail: fabisiak@utp.edu.pl

Department staff memebers

prof. dr hab. Ewa Spychaj-Fabisiak - Department Head
tel.: 52 374 90 01 e-mail: fabisiak@utp.edu.pl


Academic workers:

dr hab. inż. Bożena Barczak, prof. nadzw. UTP
tel.: (52) 374 91 06, e-mail: barczak@utp.edu.pl

dr hab. inż. Barbara Murawska
tel.: (52) 374 90 06, e-mail: murawska@utp.edu.pl

dr inż. Tomasz Knapowski
tel.: (52) 374 90 13, e-mail: knap@utp.edu.pl

dr inż. Wojciech Kozera
tel.: (52) 374 90 98, e-mail: kozera@utp.edu.pl

dr inż. Edward Majcherczak
tel.: (52) 374 91 04, e-mail: majcher@utp.edu.pl

dr inż. Krystian Nowak
tel.: (52) 374 91 03, e-mail: knowak@utp.edu.pl




Scientific technical workers:

mgr inż. Jerzy Pyszycki
tel.: (52) 374-9101, e-mail: pyszycki@utp.edu.pl

Hanna Patyk
tel.: (52) 374 9105


Doctoral students:

mgr inż. Katarzyna Mitura
mgr inż. Karolina Madajska
mgr inż. Magda Gabrowska
mgr inż. Justyna Jachymska
mgr inż. Aleksandra Piekut
mgr inż. Mateusz Świtkowski

Scope of scientific research

  • Rationalization of fertilization and utilization of advances in biology for safety of crops and soil quality improvement.
  • Research on transformations of soil nutrients in terms of environmental hazards.
  • Assessment of technological quality of cereal grain depending on the used biostimulation and application of microelements.
  • Assessment of consumptive and technological usability of different plant materials, farm and food products with a special emphasis on spelt, common wheat and corn.
  • Importance of catch crops in root crops cultivation as an alternative for manure and fertilization with microelement application.
  • Impact of different agricultural systems (ecological, conventional, integrated) on the productivity and quality of farm products and the soil.
  • Ecological effects of using mineral and natural fertilizers in agrosystems.
  • Optimization of herb agrotechnology in outdoor cultivation with a special focus on fertilization.
  • The impact of fertilization and other factors on the biological value of the crop protein.
  • Assessment of sulfur as a fertilizing component affecting the quality and quantity of crops of selected cultivated plants.
  • Analysis of chemical composition of vegetables in terms of safe food qualitative criteria.
  • Impact of intensive mineral and mineral- natural fertilization in the period 1974 - 1979 on the quality of crops and properties of soil.
  • Assessment of soil and plants contamination with heavy metals.
  • Monitoring and evaluation of the quality of food products from conventional and ecological farms.