Department of Plant Production Fundamentals and Experimentation
Adres: ul. Ks. Kordeckiego 20, 85-225 Bydgoszcz
tel./fax: (52) 374 9394

Department Staff Members

Prof. dr hab. inż. Dariusz Jaskulski - Department Head
tel.: 52 374 9391, e-mail:

Academic workers:

dr hab. inż. Iwona Jaskulska, prof. UTP
tel.: 52 374 9446, e-mail:

dr hab. inż. Karol Kotwica, prof. UTP
tel.: 52 374 9390, e-mail:

dr hab. inż. Anna Wenda-Piesik, prof. UTP
tel.: 52 374 9369, e-,ail:

dr inż. Lech Gałęzewski
tel.: 52 374 9499, e-mail:

dr inż. Mariusz Piekarczyk
tel.: 52 374 9447, e-mail:

dr inż. Piotr Wasilewski
tel.: 52 374 9328, e-mail:

Specialist B.Sc. - technical workers:

mgr inż. Natalia Kochan
tel.: 52 374 9394, e-mail:

mgr inż. Teresa Urbanowska
tel.: 52 374 9305, e-mail:

Starszy technik:

Grażyna Andrzejewska
tel.: 52 374 9478

Katarzyna Gołdyn
tel.: 52 374 9478

Retired workers:

Prof. dr hab. inż. Franciszek Rudnicki
tel.: 52 374 9420, e-mail:

Prof. dr hab. inż. Stanisław Urbanowski

dr inż. Teofil Ellmann

dr inż. Teresa Rajs

inż. Dorota Bagniewska

Scientific interests, studied subjects

Academic workers of the Department provide classes for students of all the majors offered by the Faculty of Agriculture and Biotechnology (Agriculture, Biotechnology, Landscape Architecture, Food Technology and Human Nutrition, Nanoengineering), as well as by the Faculty of Animal Breeding and Biology, Faculty of Chemical Technology and Engineering and doctoral studies. The subject matter of classes includes: land and plant cultivation, plant production fundamentals, herbology, land cultivation and agricultural systems, agricultural production space and landscapes, plant raw materials and their utilization, research methodology and agricultural experimentation.

Scientific interests of the Faculty academic workers focus on genetic, physiological, settlement and agrotechnical conditionings of plant growth and yield as well as the conditions and effects of field crop production. They cover such issues as innovative production means and development of agricultural engineering and plant cultivation technology including: taking advantage of biological progress, interaction between elements of agrobiocenosis, methods and means for weed reduction, soil fertility and soil moisture improvement, leaf fertilization and biostimulation, simplified land cultivation, strip-till technology, sowing, crop rotation. Academic workers of the Faculty are also involved in research on the possibility of food plant material acquisition, use and management, as well as scientific research methodology.