Vasiliy Tkachenko (Department of Computer Technologies and Systems, Kuban State Agrarian University, RUSSIA),
Elena Popova (Department of Information Systems, Kuban State Agrarian University, RUSSIA),
Natalia Tkachenko (Department of Computer Technologies and Systems, Kuban State Agrarian University, RUSSIA).
Disciplinary: Green and Sustainable Agriculture and Crop Farming, Agriculture and Energy Economics.
Keywords: Bioenergy indicators; Integrated automation systems; Automated crop management; Bioenergy assessment of crop cultivation technology; Agriculture energy cost reduction; Agriculture production cost-saving.
To determine the energy efficiency of crop production, bioenergy assessment of technological processes involves a comparative analysis of the energy intensity of technologies in producing agricultural products. The implementation energy consumptions are evaluated and assessed using cost of direct and indirect energy per unit of consumed objects and means of labor. To consider the amount of energy per unit mass of production, total energy costs include the costs of electrical, thermal energy, and fuel consumed in all stages of the process. This work analyzes and evaluation of the economic efficiency of crop cultivation technologies. As a case study of applying the technology to winter wheat, corn for grain, sunflower, and silage corn of a private company, it finds significant improvements in productivity for all crop types with enhanced energy efficiency. The automated economic crop information management system is built to include all relevant cost and energy factors.
Paper ID: 11A13M
Cite this article:
Vasiliy Tkachenko, Elena Popova, Natalia Tkachenko (2020). Economic and Bioenergy Assessment of Crop Cultivation Technologies. International Transaction Journal of Engineering, Management, & Applied Sciences & Technologies, 11(13), 11A13M, 1-11.
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