09. Soya in the system of standardized source of raw materials and transfer of integrated techniques

https://doi.org/10.31073/agrovisnyk201602-09
Tymchuk V. M., Tsehmejstruk M. G., Matviiets' V. G.
Pages: 42-47.

Full article: 
Abstract
The purpose. To determine the role of soya in the system of standardized source of raw materials and transfer of integrated techniques in Ukraine. Methods. Dialectic, abstract-logical, and economic-statistical. Results. Complex analysis of positioning Ukraine concerning the basic plants of monitoring of production and use of soya and products of its processing is carried out. It is shown that in medium- and long-term perspective it is necessary to orient on change of accents in effective use of the crop and its resource provision. Therefore problems of soya need to be surveyed already today under different visual angles from strategic items of SWOT-analysis in view of directions of production and consumption. Conclusions. Considering strategic importance of soya for Ukraine the integrated approach with transferring development and production to the level of standardized source of raw materials and transfer of integrated techniques is necessary. From position of national security of Ukraine and efficient implementation of competitive advantages open coordination and integration of soya in recycling, engineering and alimentary branch are selected as the important component principles. Use of methodology of formation of integrated techniques on a modular approach with necessary compensatory and active cooperation opens new organizational approaches and appreciable perspectives for implementation of genetic potential of productivity of soya.


Key words: soya bean, standardized source of raw materials, transfer of agrotechniques.



References
  1. Aliev D.A. Photosynthesis and soybean yields/D.A. Aliev. - Baku: IK "Rodnik", 1995. - 128 p.
  2. Babych A.O. Soybean breeding, production, trade and use in the world/AO Babych, A.A. Babych-Poibere4zhna - K.: Ahrarna Nauka. - 548 p.
  3. Burka H. Soybean in Ukraine/H. Burka//Zerno. - 2015 - No. 3 (108). - P. 120 - 123.
  4. Goncharov P.L. Comprehensiveness in breeding of agricultural plants/P.L. Goncharov//Principles and methods of breeding of intensive varieties of agricultural plants. - Novosibirsk, 1987. - P. 14 - 15.
  5. Zhuchenko A.A. Possibilities of creating plant varieties and hybrids in the face of climate changes/A.A. Zhuchenko//Strategy of adaptive breeding of field crops in view of global changes of the climate. - Saratov, 2004. - P. 10 - 16.
  6. Kostenko Yu. Prodicted production volumes and trends of soybean processing in the nearest 5 years (October 28, 2011, Kiev).
  7. Myakushko Yu.P. Soybean/Yu.P. Myukushko; Ed. by V.F. Baranov. – M.: Kolos, 1984. - 332 p.
  8. Parakhin N.V. Effect of double inoculation on symbiosis, nitrogen fixation, performance and quality of soybeans/N.V. Parakhin, A.A. Osin, V.S. Osina//Vestnik Orlovskogo GAU. - (2008) 3. - P. 2 - 4.
  9. Petrichenko V.F. Intensification of the forage grain production in Ukraine: scientists’ speeches at the meeting of the Presidium of the National Academy of Agrarian Sciences of Ukraine, July 27, 2011 - K.: Ahrarna Nauka, 2011. – P. 127 – 133.
  10. Ten E.A. Soybean - a familiar stranger/E.A. Ten, B.G. Skachko//Fitoterapiya v Ukraine. - 1998. - No. 1. - P. 48 - 49.