The Institute of Agricultural and Forestry of the Polish Academy of Sciences (IŚRiL PAN) met with the Demeter-Poland Foundation to organize a conference on floral passports. The partners were: Lokalna Grupa Działania Gościnna Wielkopolska, Gmina Piaski, Fundacja im. Stanisław Karłowski, „Kwietna“ Foundation and ŁĄKI KWIETNE. The patronage of the conference was surrounded by the Marshal of the Wielkopolska Voivodeship Marek Woźniak, and the media patrons were: the portal „Without Plow“ and the monthly „Pszczelarstwo“.
On behalf of IŚRiL PAN, the organizer was Dr. Hab. Krzysztof Kujawa, and from the Demeter-Poland Foundation – its President, M.Sc. Paweł Bietkowski.The introduction of floral passports, as recognized in many European countries, will undermine the diversity of biological agrocenosis and, in the same way, the development of biological damage control mechanisms.
The whole conference, as in the last year, organized in the Palace of Parks in Szelejew, was followed by a presentation on the application of flower belts in Europe and the presentation of research results carried out by our institute. Stanisław Karłowski and the biodynamic farm from Juchów, at Dr. Dr. Jolanta Kowalska of the Institute of Plant Protection of the State Research Institute and Dr. Paweł Sienkiewicz of the University of Natural Sciences in Poznań.
The conference was attended by 53 people, including educators, councilors, farmers and representatives of the Wielkopolska National Park and the Park of Landscape Parks of the Wielkopolska Voivodeship, as well as other institutions and employees. The students represented the apprenticeship (Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznan University of Natural Sciences, Warmińsko-Mazurski University), the Polish Academy of Sciences (IŚRL PAN and the Institute for the Protection of Nature PAN) and the State Institute of Civil Engineering, Institute of Civil Engineering and the Institute of Education, Science and Science (PIB, and the Institute of Gardening – PIB).
The conference program consisted of a presentation of papers, including a special guest explanation – dr. Jeroen Scheper of the University of Wageningen in the Netherlands, in which large passports have been used since many years. At the conference opening the conference, Dr. Anna Kujawa presented the issues of the so-called green infrastructure, and, after referring guests from the Netherlands,
in which he researched the results of the establishment and operation of floral passports, conference participants were able to identify the results of the floral passports in Jucha. The conference was closed by: the report by Mr. Barbara Możaryn from the Department of Payments of the Immediate MRIRW, concerning the additions presented in the forthcoming Waste Management Program and the report by Mr. Karol Podyma on the so-called meadow flowers in the cities.
Disseminating the summons in various voices and confessions, and at the end of Dr. Hab. Krzysztof Kujawa presented the following conference:
The conference showed that a strong interest in the issues of floral passages is widely possible in various circles (including counselors, farmers, educators, employees, community associations, representatives of the current community). The Netherlands is an example of a country in which the passports of the country have been around for many years.
Passports can be well established, which, according to the structure of the agricultural landscape, is most important, or a green infrastructure (consisting of „green“ elements of unincorporated peasants, in which it is environmentally friendly).Mr Możaryn of MRiRW said that in the framework of the forthcoming WPR after 2020, the Nazi would remain in the field of environmental and climatic cells, and pro-environmental interventions that could be taken into account in the future. maintenance of flower belts.
Financial support is also crucial, but, as Dr Jeroen Scheper has pointed out, it is also important for farmers to be motivated and conscientious to do so. On the basis of the current polls of the Czech Republic (foreign researchers implemented through the ICRC of the Czech Republic) and the answer is the first. In this respect, short-lived passports built from one-year-old gates (usually also in the years 2018-2019 by IŚRiL PAN) took place in this respect.