The study of the entire nitrogen cycle is increasingly prioritised and the goal is to achieve better nitrogen efficiency. In recent years, our studies have focused on certain factors affecting efficiency, which we provide a brief insight into.
In 2019, the Hungarian Hiking Association also organized the Hiking Festival in Verőce, in Csattogó-völgy. The Hungarian Soil Science Society and the ATK Institute of Soil Sciences participated in the program with an interactive presentation.
The aim of the presentation is to draw attention to the fact that multi-criteria analysis is essential for an in-depth understanding of the role of soil microbe communities in the rhizosphere (functions, performance indicators) and the sustainability of the particular tillage method.
The presentation briefly summarises the importance of soil structure research, traditional and innovative methods of structural testing, and presents the most important results of the current research in the department on the subject.
The University of Debrecen awarded the title of Honorary Professor to László Pásztor, senior research fellow of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences ATK TAKI, Head of the Department of Soil Mapping and Environmental Informatics.