Fodder and Technical Crop Protection Lab
tel.: (375 17) 509-23-05, e-mail: email@example.com
Employeers: 509-23-56,509-23-06, 509-23-07
Yakovenko Anna Mikhailovna was born on July 2, 1988 in Gorki, Mogilev region. In 2008, she graduated from the Faculty of Agronomy of the Smolyan State College with a degree in agronomy - diploma with honors. In 2011, she graduated from the Faculty of Agronomy of the Belarusian State Agricultural Academy with a degree in agronomy of CISPS (Continuous Integrated System of Professional Study) – diploma with honors. After graduating from the educational institution "BSAA" (2011), she worked in JSC "Osipoviciagropromtehsnab" of the Osipovichi district of the Mogilev region as an agronomist-seed grower. In 2012 she graduated from the Higher School of Agribusiness EI "BSAA" with a degree in agronomy - Master of Agricultural Sciences. From July to November 2012, she worked at the RUE "SPC of the National Academy of Sciences of Belarus for Potato and Fruit growing" of the Minsk region at the Potato Protection Laboratory as a junior researcher. Since November 2012, she has been employed at the RUE "Institute of Plant Protection" as a leading agronomist at the Laboratory of Fodder and Technical Crops Protection. During the period from 2012 to 2015, she studied at the postgraduate full-time course at the RUE "Institute of Plant Protection - researcher of agricultural sciences. From 2012 to 2014, she worked as a leading agronomist, from 2014 to 2015 – a junior researcher, from 2015 to 2018 - a researcher, from 2018 to 2021 - a senior researcher, from 2022 - a leading researcher, from January 4, 2022 – Head of Fodder and Technical Crops Protection Lab. By the order of the President of the Republic of Belarus dated 11.12.2017 No. 195rp the results of research based on the development and implementation of oil sunflower protection system against a complex of diseases in the agro-climatic zones of Belarus were awarded with a scholarship of the President of the Republic of Belarus. In 2018, she defended her dissertation on the topic "Biological justification of the sunflower protection system against a complex of diseases" with the awarding Ph.D.Agr.Sci. degree.
Historical reference. To solve the urgent problems of phytosanitary monitoring, to study the biological characteristics of harmful organisms and to develop the effective and environmentally friendly measures to protect this crop group in 1977 the Technical Crop Protection Lab was organized which in 1991 became an integral part of fodder and technical crop protection lab.
The head of the lab turned out to be Dr.Agr.Sci. Padionov Kuzma Platonovich. Later on, the Heads of the extended laboratory for fodder and technical crop protection were Ph.Ds. Zolin Victor Petrovich, Shikalchik Nina Vasilievna, Budrevich Anatoly Petrovich, Hajyieva Halina Iosefovna, Zaprudsky Alexander Anatolievich.
A successful solution of a large group of agricultural crops protection against a complex of noxious organisms became possible only thanks to the laborious and purposeful work of highly qualified specialists such as Prof.dr hab. Padionov Kuzma Platonovich, Ph.Ds. Turishcheva N.A., Tsvetkov S.G., Samersova V.A., Yanovich V.I., Mormyleva V.F., Osipov V.G., Shikalchik N.V., Zolin V.P.,Hajyieva H.I., Evsikov D.O., Boyar D.M. as well as the other employees with many years of experience – Shiyan L.K., Krupets L.F., Odinets V.V., Starostina M.A., Tralenko G.Ya., Gutkovskaya N.S., Polozniak E.N., Ageichik V.V., Galyakevich N.V., Botyan G.N., Trafimchik A.Ya.
According to the research results , 1 doctoral and 6 Ph.D. dissertations were defended by the laboratory staff. A large amount of information and reference material (handbooks, booklets, information sheets), recommendations, training aids, State standards, regulations have been prepared.
Direction of work:
- improvement of integrated systems of fodder and technical crop protection against pests, diseases and weeds;
- phytosanitary control of planting material for the current year harvest and monitoring of the phytosanitary situation in rape, fiber flax, sugar beet, leguminous crops, perennial legumes (birdsfoot trefoil (Lotus corniculatus), goat’s rue (Galega) and grasses (timothy grass (Phleum pretense), perennial ryegrass (Lolium perenne), sloughgrass (Beckmania eruciformis);
- biology features study of the most common and noxious phytophages and disease agents;
- ecological and economic justification of the effectiveness of plant protection products application;
-short-term and long-term forecast of pests, diseases and weeds incidence development on the territory of the Republic