Research specificity and standardization of agrophysical methods on the example of investigations in soil physics
A. Bieganowski, W. Skierucha, Walczak RThttps://doi.org/10.17221/4934-RAECitation:Bieganowski A., Skierucha W., RT W. (2004): Research specificity and standardization of agrophysical methods on the example of investigations in soil physics. Res. Agr. Eng., 50: 103-106.
The study presents agrophysics as an interdisciplinary branch of science dealing with the application of physical methods to examine the properties of agricultural materials and products as well as processes in soil-plant-atmosphere and plant-machine-crop systems, sustainable plant and animal production, modern food processing technology, especially concentrating on the quality of substrates and food products. The discussed specificity of agrophysical metrology results mainly from the big diversity as well as special and temporal variability of the studied objects and processes. The complexity of the field covered by agrophysics requires the efforts to be made in standardization of agrophysical measurement methods.Keywords:
agrophysics; agrophysical method standardization