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Niks Badauķis


Academic position

Mg. agr.



Acquired bachelor's (2016) and master's (2019) degrees in agronomy with a speciality in rural farming, studying at the Latvia University of Life Sciences and Technologies. As part of the Bachelor 's and Master' s work study, the possibility of using ground beetle (Coleoptera: Carabidae) as indicators for the management of the habitats of protected grasslands in the European Union has been studied. Working experience as guest-scientific assistant at “Agrihorts” since 2019, and at the same time as a guest lecturer at the at The Latvia University of Life Sciences and Technologies Institute of Soil and Plant Science. Handed out laboratory works in Entomology, Forest Protection, Plant Protection.


Areas of expertise

Prevalence of tomato diseases in covered areas. Their pathogens
Robotic weed control equipment
Potentially harmful and economically useful insect species in agriculture
The latest technological solutions in agriculture
Bee fauna and diversity
Biodiversity and ecology of beetle species
Plant protection methods for plants and vegetables grown in covered areas by the hydroponics method
Technological solutions
Submitted on: Mon, 02/08/2021 - 14:13