1.12

Specific rules of management of animals have to be kept in OA. Which prohibition is valid for which animal group?

1.13

The slaughtering of animals which are originating from non-organic livestock is linked to special keeping periods in the organic system. Which time is true for which animal group?

1.1

Comparison organic versus non-organic agriculture. What makes the real difference? (single choice)

1.10

Which obligations exist for animal keeper?

1.11

What has to be taken into account with regard to feedstuff? (single choice)

1.2

Which points have to be checked during farm control? (multiple choice)

1.20

Marketing of organic products. What is correct?

1.3

Compost is a valid soil conditioner in organic agriculture. Which properties are not correct? (multiple choice)

1.4

Fertlisation in organic crop growing. Which notes are incorrect? (multiple choice)

1.5

Plant protection strategies in organic agriculture. Which notes are correct? (multiple choice)

1.6

What are the aims of  crop rotation? Which notes are incorrect? (multiple choice)

1.7

Origin of seeds for crop cultivation in OA. What is true? (Single choice)

1.8

Biodiversity in farming systems. Which note would you exclude?

1.9

What do you know about the relation between farmsize and permitted number of animals kept on a farm?

2.01

1- Which of the following effects does not result from no- or minimum till practices?

2.02

2- Which of the following statements is (are) accurate regarding conservation tillage?

2.03

3- Legumes such as Alfalfa have which of the following advantages? 

2.04

4- Crop rotation provides which of the following benefits? 

2.05

5- Which of the following causes soil compaction? 

2.06

6- Which of the following is true of soils? 

2.07

7- Which of sequent agronomic practices are normally applied in the intensive farming systems?

2.08

8- The soil is scientifically defined healthy and high-quality if has:

2.09

9- What means integrated weed management (IWM)?

2.10

10- The drip irrigation is a good agronomic method because:

2.11

11- Which of the following effects result from the conventional tillage of soil?

2.12

12- The agronomic practices applied with the organic management can cause:

2.13

13- Which of the following results derives from organic mulching practice?

2.14

14- Which of the following results derives from green manuring practice with leguminous as vetch?

2.15

15- Which of the following agronomic practices are of key importance in the organically managed farm?

2.16

16- Which of the following agronomic practices are of key importance for weed control in a farm organically managed?

2.17

17- Which effects determine on the yield and quality of durum wheat when is grown in organic management (without livestock) compared to conventional?

2.18

18- Generally, what effects cause the crop management techniques applied in the organic management on the soil CO2 emissions and soil C?

2.19

19- How many years should be long a sustainable crop rotation?

2.20

20- What effects cause the mulching technique application?

3.1

In which characteristics is ecosystem on an organic farm more similar to a natural ecosystem compared to ecosystem on a conventional farm?

3.10

Based on Puech et al. (2015) ['Do farming practices affect natural enemies at the landscape scale?'] the abundance and species richness of predators and parasitoids were affected by

3.2

Major insect outbreaks are less likely to occur in a natural ecosystem than in an ecosystem on a conventional farm.

3.3

The preventive plant protection measures in organic farms are:

3.4

1.Plant protection in organic farming starts:

3.5

1.Trap crop strategy is:

3.6

Biological control method is based on the use of...

3.7

The chemical control of pests is not allowed in organic farming.

3.8

Based on Puech et al. (2015) ['Do farming practices affect natural enemies at the landscape scale?'] the main driver of natural enemy diversity was:

3.9

1.Based on Puech et al. (2015) ['Do farming practices affect natural enemies at the landscape scale?'] a more important factor in explaining natural enemy diversity at the landscape scale is:

4.1

Alternative crop could be?

4.2

An example of new introduced crop is:

4.3

An example of alternative crop based on tradition is:

4.4

Alternative crops can have following rolle in organic farming:

4.5

In the food spectrum (from possitive point of view) could be alternative crops source of:

5.1

Select a proper description of the organic crops compared to conventional ones

5.10

According to the results of the recently published meta-analysis on the composition of organic vs. conventional plant foods (Barański et al. 2014):

5.11

Organic cow's milk is, on average, characterized by:

5.12

Authors of the Barański et al. meta-analysis on organic foods have concluded that:

5.13

Mycotoxins:

5.14

Meat from organic farms is usually characterized by:

5.15

Authors of the Matt et al. (2011) review on organic foods have concluded that artificial additives with the proved adverse impact on human health are (select a proper set):

5.16

Authors of the Matt et al. (2011) review on organic foods have indicated the following holistic methods of food quality assessment (select a proper set):

5.2

Select a proper set of food contaminants coming mostly from the conventional methods in agriculture, animal production and processing:

5.3

According to growth-differentiation balance hypothesis (GDBH):

5.4

Countries in which frequency of detection of pesticide residues in organic produce is the highest are:

5.5

According to consumers' preferences organic plant produce, such as carrot and potatoes:

5.6

Excessive nitrate level in food can cause serious diseases (select a proper set):

5.7

Recently published meta-analysis (Barański et al. 2014) proved that (select a true sentence):

5.8

Excessive pesticide levels in food can cause some serious health problems (select a proper set):

5.9

The quality of organic products is influenced by the factors such as:

7.1

Agroecosystem characteristic is:

7.10

In Europe is damaged by soil concretion ca.:

7.11

Per year is created ca.:

7.12

Positive impact of organic farming on water in agricultural landscape isn´t caused by:

7.13

Water used by people is used in agriculture from ca.:

7.14

Greenhouse gases from agriculture have share on total anthropogenic emissions in EU ca.:

7.15

Main anthropogenic greenhouse gases emissions are from:

7.16

Emissions of greenhouse gases in agriculture are caused mainly by:

7.17

Share of greenhouse gases emissions in agriculture is:

7.18

The most common greenhouse gas from animal production is:

7.19

Difference in production of greenhouse gases emissions between organic agriculture and conventional agriculture is usually:

7.2

Natural ecosystem characteristic is:

7.20

100 spieces of non-curtual plant species in agroecosystems provide space for up to:

7.3

By agricultural activities is covered ca.:

7.4

Most extended agricultural activities are realised on:

7.5

The largest kind of terrestrial biom are:

7.6

Agrobiodiversity is:

7.7

Positive impact of agricultural intensification is:

7.8

90% of world food production is covered by ca.:

7.9

70% of caloric consumption of world population is covered by:

8.06

Cultural services in agricultural systems can be

8.14

The economic valuation of the ecosystems should be conducted because

8.15

Valuation of ecosystem services can be performed through

8.16

"Green water credits” are

8.17

Why study of ESs is particularly relevant for organic agriculture as compared to the conventional?

8.18

There are stakeholders relevant for each agricultural land, and similarly there are stakeholders relevant for each land use scenario (e.g. conversion to organic management). If you want to identify the full ­­range of changes in the ecosystem services as a result to a given scenario, which groups you would consider in the multi-stakeholder approach

8.19

For the next two decades, changes in agricultural emissions are expected to

choice >1

How many animals are agreed to be kept on one ha utilzed agricultural area?