Foreign experience shows that it is advantageous to consider certain attitudes as well as understanding of farmers in the management of river basins or landscape monitoring settings. This was also validated by information from farmers acquired from a questionnaire study conducted in 2015 in the vysočina region, the Central Bohemian area, the Pardubice area and also the South Moravian region. Despite the reduced number of finished questionnaires (34 out of 97 respondents), a number of intriguing and also promoting info was gotten. Farmers typically consider the protection of the atmosphere, soil and water to be important, however they do not see or do not wish to see the consequences of a few of their activities. It was found that with the raising area of land blocks statistically substantially decreases farmers’ understanding of the impacts of Farming on the atmosphere. Possession relationships are essential to farmers’ determination as well as capacity to take safety actions on agricultural land, but a big share of land in leases makes complex these activities. Aid titles connected to the creation as well as administration of protection actions on agricultural land should operate in part as a public service as well as need to be established in a steady and lasting way. It is necessary to strengthen and fine-tune the awareness of our farmers and agricultural business owners about non-productive functions and methods of farming in the landscape from the viewpoint of maximizing its water and also nutrient regimen.
Agricultural monitoring mostly guarantees the manufacturing of raw materials to guarantee food manufacturing, but at the exact same time fundamentally affects the development of the landscape, its capability and visual worth. By their activities, farmers add not only to the general personality of the landscape, however also can contribute to the protection of environments and also related plant and also animal varieties, including their natural habitats [1, 2] Preserving or increasing biodiversity even more reinforces the ecological stability of the landscape, which is usually a favorable reality and a beneficial attribute of the territory for local homeowners  Agricultural landscape administration is also associated with the development of water high quality and quantity and also has a basic link to dirt top quality. Many thanks to farmers, landscape attributes such as drawbridges, turf strips along water training courses and also tanks, boundaries or balconies are developed as well as maintained, which, in addition to their visual function, likewise protect the soil from water or wind erosion, water programs and reservoirs from sedimentation as well as add to the maintenance of the initial animals and also plants in the agricultural landscape. Nevertheless, intensive farming can additionally have a negative effect on Water Resources and also the top quality of the environment. Accelerated water drainage as well as disintegration of farming arrive at sloping stories or big land blocks endanger water circulations, storage tanks as well as negotiations as well as lower the horizontal capability of the soil in addition to its fertility. Boosted leaching of substances (nitrogen, phosphorus, pesticides) from the soil aggravates the quality of both surface area and groundwater. To a specific extent, the effects of these unwanted sensations can be responded to by a number of procedures and also treatments, whether on farming land or directly on gutters, from business to agrotechnical to technological. However, the design and also application of these protective procedures as well as steps requires the involvement as well as effective participation of state, public, participating or personal entities running in the landscape. Thinking about the sights of the various stakeholders on the management of agricultural land from the perspective of sustainable agriculture and environmental protection is necessary to harmonise and also, at the very same time, the usefulness of their different interests and objectives that the farming landscape should fulfil on a neighborhood and regional range.
Material and approaches
As part of the questionnaire study, 97 representatives of farming entities in the vysočina area (68%), the Central Bohemian Region (15%), the Pardubice Region (12 %) and also the South Moravian Region (5%) were gotten in touch with by email and also telephone. Respondents were chosen to stand for a common example of farming operators in terms of location of land took care of, average dimension of land blocks, depiction of very own as well as leased land, natural and also farming problems (e.g. manufacturing location). Sets of questions were put together to analyze respondents’ mindsets in the direction of the web links in between farming as well as the protection of soil, water and nature. Participants were asked to choose for every concern or declaration a level of agreement with the concern or declaration on a five-point Likert range; from 1 (highly concur) to 5 (highly disagree);  The questionnaire continued with the characteristics of the respondents, where farmers were asked to indicate seven characteristics of the entity stood for by them, namely the overall location of cultivated land, the ordinary dimension of the land block, the typical incline of the inclines of farming land, the share of crop and livestock production, the weather area, the share of grown land in the lease as well as own land, info on the subsidy titles made use of and also, ultimately, info on the district where they come. The information acquired from the surveys were reworded in MS Excel. Of the original five answer categories (yes– rather indeed– neutral– rather no– no), 3 (yes– neutral– no) classifications were produced for further evaluation because of the reduced number of questionnaires submitted. Based on the above characteristics of agricultural entities as well as relevant actions, pivot tables were produced
Outcomes as well as discussion
A total amount of 34 totally completed questionnaires were gotten from respondents in a similar regional depiction in which the sets of questions were distributed. More than half (53 %) of the participants handled on an area > > 1,500 ha; 33% on an area of 500-1, 000 ha. A total of 47 % of respondents farmed ashore blocks with a typical location of as much as 10 ha; 41% approximately 20 ha, 12% over 20 ha. 38% of respondents handled much less than 15% of their very own land, 35% of respondents handled 15-25% of their very own land as well as 27% of respondents handled greater than 25% of their very own land. On slopes with dispositions between 1-3 °, 35 %of participants took care of, on slopes with 3-5 ° 44% and 5-7 ° 21 %of participants. In the extra generally developed statements (concerns 1-6), there was a relatively pro-environment consensus amongst farmers: 97% of respondents considered environmental protection to be crucial, 74% perceived the problem of water contamination as extremely important, 26% as important, and also 91% of participants saw excellent ecological problems as a public rate of interest. The expected perspective of farmers in the direction of the analysis of the present state of the farming landscape in the Czech Republic was considered sufficient by 53 %, neutral by 35% as well as disappointing by 12% of participants.