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Uporaba samoniklih rastlin na kmetijah po Sloveniji
Bergant, Maša (Author), Šircelj, Helena (Mentor) More about this mentor... This link opens in a new window

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S svojim diplomskim delom sem želela raziskati pogostnost nabiranja samoniklih rastlin in razširjenost znanja o njihovi uporabnosti na kmetijah v različnih slovenskih regijah. Želela sem izvedeti, katere samonikle rastline ljudje najpogosteje nabirajo in na kakšne načine jih uporabljajo. Zanimalo me je, kako razširjeno je nabiralništvo v Sloveniji in koliko znanja o uporabnosti samoniklih rastlin imajo ljudje. Rezultati so pokazali, da ljudje najpogosteje nabirajo črni bezeg (Sambucus nigra). Poleg bezga, je bilo navedenih še 59 rastlin iz 33 botaničnih družin, ki so najpogosteje uporabljene v zdravilne namene, ter manj v prehrani in umetnostni obrti kot les za rezbarjenje. Anketiranci rastline najraje nabirajo na lastnih kmetijskih zemljiščih, saj so prepričani, da tako nabirajo čiste, nekontaminirane rastline. Znanje o prepoznavanju rastlin pridobijo iz internetnih in pisnih virov, informacije o različnih uporabnostih pa najpogosteje iz ustnih virov. S svojim delom želim prispevati k raziskavam na področju ohranjanja znanja o uporabnih samoniklih rastlinah. V sodobnem svetu je človek čedalje bolj odtujen od naravnega okolja in zdi se mi pomembno, da se trudimo povezavo z naravo spodbujati in ohranjati.

Language:Slovenian
Keywords:Samonikle rastline, nabiranje, kmetije, načini uporabe
Work type:Bachelor thesis/paper (mb11)
Tipology:2.11 - Undergraduate Thesis
Organization:BF - Biotechnical Faculty
Year:2020
Publisher:[M. Bergant]
UDC:582:63(043.2)
COBISS.SI-ID:22611971 Link is opened in a new window
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Secondary language

Language:English
Title:Use of wild plants in farm households in Slovenia
Abstract:
In my thesis I wanted to research the frequency of gathering wild plants and the prevalence of knowledge of how to make use of plant parts on farmsteads in various Slovene regions. I wanted to determine, which autogenous plants are most often gathered and in what ways they are being used. I was interested in how widespread gathering wild plants in Slovenia is and how much knowledge of the use of wild plants people have. Results indicate that black elderberry (Sambucus nigra) is most often gathered. There are 59 plants from 33 botanical families documented to be the most often used for medicinal purposes and less as part of a diet. Participants prefer gathering wild plants on their own agricultural lands because they are certain that the plants growing there are uncontaminated and pure. They gain their knowledge of identifying plants from the internet and written sources. They obtain most of information about different uses verbally. With my work I want to contribute to researches about preserving knowledge about useful wild plants, as loss of such information would negatively influence the ability of survival and self-sufficiency of the Slovene nation. Human beings nowadays are more and more estranged from the natural environment and I feel it is important to encourage and maintain the connection between people and nature.

Keywords:Wild plants, gathering, farmsteads, uses

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