Biomass yield from different industrial hemp varieties

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The results obtained from the field trials indicate that yield of hemp dry matter acquired within the  ield trials  under agro-climatic conditions of Latvia on average comprised 15.06 (13.32-17.78 t ha-1, depending on the variety. Cultivation year and selected variety notably affected hemp biomass yield (Table 1). In 2012, notably higher yield of dry biomass was produced by cultivars ‘Futura 75’ (21.33 t ha-1) and ‘Tygra’ (20.87 t ha-1), while the lowest – by cultivar ‘Bialobrzeskie’ (11.95 t ha-1. Average significantly higher yield of dry biomass was obtained from cultivars ‘Futura 75’ (17.76 t ha-1), ‘Tygra’ (16.31. t ha-1), ‘Wojko’ (15.51 t ha-1) and ‘Epsilon 68’ (15.28.26 t ha-1), whereas the lowest – from cultivar ‘Bialobrzeskie’ and ‘Uso 31’ (13.53 t ha-1). Statistical assessment showed that meteorological conditions present during the growing season influence total volume of the dry biomass yielded.

 

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The influence of the growing conditions was also included in the risk assessment for the hemp production and processing performed by the experts. In general, agriculture, including hemp production and processing, is one of the industries subject to risks due to changing weather conditions, sicknesses and pests and volatile market prices on inputs and products produced. However, the use of risk assessment methodologies in agriculture is not widespread, after analysing the term risk in scientific literature [10]-[15] and the principles in risk definition set by German sociologist Ortwin Renn [16], risks within the present research were defined as follows: risk is a combination of the probability of occurrence of an event and the severity level of negative effects caused by
it. This definition includes two components: probability of occurrence of a risk and severity of losses from the occurrence of the risk.

 

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