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DRC Sustainable Future: Journal of Environment, Agriculture, and Energy

DRC Sustainable Future: Journal of Environment, Agriculture, and Energy

Volume 1 (2020): Issue 2

The cover picture shows Genesis1:11™ Rocket Capsule (Penetrator). Genesis1:11™ is a high-technology toolset  which supports plantation and forestation on distant planets. The technology includes but is not limited to semi-capsuled ecosystems and various physical and precision software tools enabling to inject microorganisms and to grow plant roots in extraterrestrial soils. This offers a means to contribute to the creation of the remote planet’s atmosphere owing to root respiration and microbial activity. By this, it contributes to a sustainable future for humankind in remote places, having extreme climatic and environmental conditions

Issue DOI: 10.37281/DRCSF/1.2

The effect of different fungicides and bactericides on rooting of pelargonium cuttings

Artúr Botond Csorba, Tibor Pánczél, Attila Bandi, Imre-István Nyárádi, János Bálint

Biological control of thrips pests (Thysanoptera: Thripidae) under greenhouse conditions in Transylvania, Romania

Artúr Botond Csorba, Barna Putnoky-Csicsó, Róbert Koncz, Attila Bandi, Imre-István Nyárádi, János Bálint

Exposure to pesticides of North-Andean Peruvian farmers: environmental impact

Andrea E. Chávez Melendez, Maribel A. Díaz-Vásquez, Rosa J. Diaz-Manchay, Virgilio E. Failoc-Rojas

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2020 Vol.1, Issue 1

DRC Sustainable Future: Journal of Environment, Agriculture, and Energy

DRC Sustainable Future: Journal of Environment, Agriculture, and Energy

Volume 1 (2020): Issue 1

The cover picture shows one of the most busy four-lanes roads in Guayaquil- Ecuador under quarantine.

Given this context, the focus of our first issue has changed, offering a feature article on the effects on air pollution (TSP) prior and after traffic restrictions and curfew against COVID-19 spread, in Ecuador’s three most populated cities. Environmental monitoring was performed next to high traffic roads in Quito, Guayaquil, and Cuenca. After the implementation of traffic restrictions, the most striking drop in suspended particulate contained by air was measured in Cuenca, where 96.47% decrease in PM2.5 was assessed, relative to the emission observed prior to road traffic ban.

Issue DOI: 10.37281/DRCSF/1.1

EEG-riculture: Sustainability and Butterfly-Effects

László Pitlik, Marcell Pitlik, Mátyás Pitlik, László Pitlik Jr., Roland Dávid­, László Lovass­, Krisztina Tamás­, Norbert Mórucz­

Effect of various soil cultivation methods on some microbial soil properties

Zsolt Sándor, Magdolna Tállai, Ida Kincses, Zoltán László, János Kátai, Imre Vágó

Age and architecture of the largest African Baobabs from Mayotte, France

Adrian Patrut, Roxana T. Patrut, Laszlo Rakosy, Karl F. von Reden

Determination of factors involved in the rejection of bananas (Musa acuminata) intended for international commercialization

Jesus R. Melendez, Alberto Peñalver, Paola Pincay Figueroa, Nelly L. Pulgar, Mayra Cayo

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