Crop production

In the fields of our farm, we mainly grow grain, corn, rapeseed, forage, and soya. We process a large part of our crops in the feed production. A part of the crop production is sold for further processing in the food industry.

No-till farming

We use so-called zero tillage soil processing. It means we do not plough the soil, but we process it throughout the profile. This has a positive effect on its structure and, above all, prevents the soil compaction of the subsoil. Soil operations can be divided into several steps: Stubble ploughing, mellowing of soils and underspadding.

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Stubble ploughing

It is usually performed with a disk cultivator. The aim is to prevent the evaporation of water and to incorporate part of the post-harvest residue into the soil.

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Mellowing of soils

We use blade weeders. When mellowing, we mix organic matter (post-harvest remnants) into the whole soil profile, disturb the compact parts of the field and prepare for sowing. The soil mellowing is performed to a depth of 15-28 cm, depending on the future crops.

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Underspadding

Particularly compact parts of the soil, especially the headlands, are processed by a sub-cutter up to a depth of 45 cm. This disturbs the rigid plow pan. This restores the soil's ability to absorb water. More


Fertilization

Fertilization is understood as a complex soil and plant nutrition. It is applied with regard to soil condition, soil response and plant needs. We perform regular soil analyses to monitor the soil condition.

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Fertilization during sowing

Some nutrients, especially phosphorus, need to have the plant right in the early stages of germination. That's why we use a pre-planting fertilisation technology to the maximum.

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Organic matter

Soil quality fundamentally affects the content of organic matter. It affects soil structure, its chemical properties, and feeds soil organisms.

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Mineral fertilizers

To maintain yields and soil use, it is necessary to supply basic nutrients to the soil in the form of mineral fertilizers. These are chosen in order to minimize the soil reaction.

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Liming

The purpose of liming is to maintain optimal pH in the soil. The need for liming depends on the parent rock, but also on fertilization and the choice of mineral fertilizer.

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Chemical plant protection

In order to achieve the optimum yield, but also the health of the harvested crop, it is necessary to protect the plants. They are protected against harmful insects, persistent weeds and also against fungal diseases producing dangerous mycotoxins.

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Harmless approach

When using pesticides, we always consider whether the treatment is necessary, what products to use to eliminate as much as possible risks to bees and the environment at all.

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Only in the necessary quantity

In plant protection, we have moved from preventive to targeted conservation.

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Foliar feeding

Every sprinkler ride does not necessarily mean the use of plant protection products. The sprinklers are also used to apply foliar feeding.

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Naše výnosy

Hektarové výnosy pšenice ozimé jsou na naší farmě o 25 % vyšší než je průměr ČR. Hektarové výnosy druhé nejrozšířenější plodiny, řepky ozimé, jsou o 20,6 % vyšší než dlouhodobý (pětiletý) průměr ČR.

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Srovnání výnosu řepky ozimé (t/ha)


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Representation of crops on our fields

We strive for a balanced cropping process to prevent pest spreading and unilateral soil depletion.

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