Vasyl Cherlinka has over 30 years of experience in agronomy and pedology (soil science). He is a Doctor of Biosciences with a specialization in soil science.
Dr. Cherlinka attended the engineering college in Ukraine (1989-1993), went on to deepen his expertise in agrochemistry and agronomy in the Chernivtsi National University in the specialty, “Agrochemistry and soil science”.
In 2001, he successfully defended a thesis, “Substantiation of Agroecological Conformity of Models of Soil Fertility and its Factors to the Requirements of Field Cultures” and obtained the degree of Biosciences Candidate with a special emphasis on soil science from the NSC “Institute for Soil Science and Agrochemistry Research named after O.N. Sokolovsky”.
In 2019, Dr. Cherlinka successfully defended a thesis, “Digital Elevation Models in Soil Science: Theoretical and Methodological Foundations and Practical Use” and obtained the Sc.D. in Biosciences with a specialization in soil science.
Vasyl is married, has two children (son and daughter). He has a lifelong passion for sports (he’s a candidate for Master of Sports of Ukraine in powerlifting and has even taken part in Strongman competitions).
Since 2018, Dr. Cherlinka has been advising EOSDA on problems in soil science, agronomy, and agrochemistry.
Stages Of Plant Growth And Their Role In Agriculture
The use of plant growth stages in farming still primarily relies on the visual recognition of those stages. Yet, the possibility of their accurate determination and tracking with modern technologies is crucial for modern global agricultural business.
Soil Solarization For Weed, Pest, And Disease Control
Soil solarization is a chemical-free and eco-friendly method of treating agricultural land. This method eliminates weeds, pests, and crop diseases. It works best as part of a larger, integrated strategy that includes other control methods.
Webinar: Fighting Soil Degradation With EOSDA Solutions
EOS Data Analytics will host a free webinar on January 31, 2023, at 10 AM PT, to reveal how soil mapping and crop modeling features in EOSDA solutions help prevent soil degradation and tackle climate challenges.
Types Of Crops In Agriculture: Why And How To Classify
Crop classification in agriculture bears little resemblance to botanical classification. The primary goal of crop types is to assist farmers in selecting suitable plants to grow and methods to maximize yields.
Soil Fertility: How To Measure, Preserve, And Improve
Soil fertility is one of the key indicators used to forecast harvests. The fertility of lands can decrease due to improper cultivation. Farmers must, therefore, constantly monitor the state of fields and adjust their approaches to get high yields.
How To Grow Sugar Cane: From Planting To Harvesting
Sugar cane yield highly depends on solar activity and humidity. Thus, selecting fields with a suitable microclimate, monitoring crop health, and adjusting farming practices to current conditions are critical for productive crop growth.
Smart Farming: Technologies & Benefits For Agriculture
Modern technologies have contributed to the emergence of a smart farming concept. It combines software and equipment to optimize agricultural activities. Smart farming systems may include mobile apps, AI-based programs, sensors, and satellites.
Types Of Soil In Agriculture To Grow Crops Efficiently
Types of soil have a strong influence on the productivity of fields. However, how different soil types affect plant growth is not yet a verdict. You can significantly increase yields by using the proper amendments for this type of soil.
Soil Erosion Causes, Types, Ways To Reduce And Prevent
Soil erosion leads to land degradation across the world but can be stopped or mitigated with timely detection and control measures. Remote sensing assists in remote EOSDA Crop Monitoring and can help notice the problem through changes in vegetation state.
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