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Rolnictwo precyzyjne szansą na zmniejszenie ilości stosowanych nawozów i środków ochrony roślin a jednocześnie ochrony środowiska
Date du début: 1 sept. 2016, Date de fin: 30 juin 2018 PROJET  TERMINÉ 

Precision Agriculture is a computer-aided management, based mainly on gathering data about the spatial differentiation of yields within a field. Today, commonly available fertilizer spreaders and sprayers equipped with different types of computers and equipment to support their work.The problem in our region is that unfortunately, but most farmers are not convinced of the use of these devices in fear of failure, complicated operation and high price. An ongoing project in the field of precision agriculture is to present the application of technological innovations in the daily operation of farms, stimulate curiosity and desire to explore and consequently apply the methods to make life easier. The aim of this project is to convince young people - future farmers about the possibilities offered by computerized equipment:- Simple and fast calibration machines- Possibility to change the dose during surgery- Applying doses taking into account different speeds- Obtaining savings due to the possibility of applying variable rate fertilizer.The project ZSCKR in Potoczek includes 4 stages of activities:- Recruitment of participants,- Preparing students for internship- Departure for an internship,- Dissemination of the results.The project is aimed at students enrolled in the competition: agricultural mechanization techniques and techniques for the farmer. The students come from the surrounding villages, are interested in agriculture and technical innovations in this field. The number of participants 36, in two groups of 18 people. When preparing participants for the internship will take place:1. Preparation language 80 hours for every 18 -to-person group - which will include a group of 36 people in a number of 160 hours of lessons in four groups of 9 people. (4 groups of 9 x 40 = 160 hours)2. Preparation teaching 10 hours for each 18-person group.4. Cultural preparation 10 hours for each 18-person group.5 Preparation Course 20 hours for each 18-person group.6. Information about the Erasmus Programme + and on the basis of the reports 20 hours for each 18-person group During the internship, students will improve their professional skills by working in small groups, serving typical, but modern equipment and machinery. They grow their own initiative, deepen their professional knowledge by applying it in practice. Raise social competence through independent work (which teaches the responsible fulfillment of the tasks entrusted and develops management skills, and the organization's own work), as well as team tasks (actions) in groups. This will increase the level of self-confidence and provide the proper ability to adapt and work in an international environment. Trainee will lead to equal opportunities. Encourage participants to take specific for the Germans habits such as reliability, honesty, punctuality and organization of work. An internship is a good time to break the barrier that often occurs between the two nations is not without significance would be lessons learned by all project participants and systematically implemented in the process of theoretical and practical training in the unit of the applicant or in ZSCKR in Potoczek, which owns and uses for teaching purposes own farm Agriculture .. The project should contribute to better awareness of participants in the field of computer-aided management, based primarily on data collection, and variable machine control, fertilization and protection resulting from the diversity of spatial quality and richness of the soil.After returning from the placement will be disseminated project results in the form:1. A series of meetings with local farmers and agricultural organizations in which students will be involved with the project - will present the materials developed during your stay.2. Caregivers individual groups, together with representatives of participants (students) will present the achieved knowledge of neighboring municipal councils sessions, meetings with representatives of agricultural chambers.3. The information will be sent to the Information Bulletin Lublin Chamber of Agriculture, Newspapers Janowska4. On website of the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development will be posted information about the trip participants5. Parents of our students will be familiarized with the effects of working at information sessions or review meetings.6. In the folders and leaflets advertising the school will be placed photos and notes about staying in Germany.7. Students who will participate in an internship set up a community on Facebook and Instagram, where they will publish their impressions of their stay in Germany in the form of entries and photos. 8. Teachers of vocational subjects bring to distribution of materials topics that relate to precision farming, as evidenced by the lesson.



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