THE BEHAVIOUR OF SOME VARIETIES OF PEA, SOYBEAN AND LENTILS CONCERNING THE RELATIONSHIP BACTERIYATION-SOWING PERIOD ON THE YIELD AND QUALITY IN TIMIŞ PLAIN PUBLISHED

Jurjescu Adela, Simona Niţă, Gheorghe David, Paul Pîrşan, Simion Alda
The experiment was carried out within the Didactic Station of USAMVB Timisoara on a cambic chernozem slightly gleyied, slightly hyposalic and moderately hyposalty under 100 cm, slightly decarbonized on loess moderate fine deposits medium clay loam / medium clay loam. According to its composition, the soil falls within the class texture "fine textured”, subclass medium clay loam, undifferentiated in profile. In the first part of the profile the soil reaction is neutral (pH 7.03-7.18) and in the second half the reaction is slightly alkaline (pH 8.25-8.49).The experiences for pea and soybean crops were three factorial in both areas, where factor A - was represented by the cultivated variety, (for pea - Dorsa, Montana and Monique; for soy - Felix, Neoplata and Venera), factor B - (nonbacterized and bacterize ) and factor C - sowing time with two graduations. For the lentils culture the experiments were three factorial, where factor A – was represented by the distance between rows, with the graduations: A1-6.25 cm; A2 -12,5 cm, A3 -25 cm and 12.5 cm, factor B - sowing period with the graduations: b1 – 3- 4 0C and b2 7-8 0C and factor C - sowing density with, C1-100 g.g / m2, C2-200 g.g. / m2, C3-300 g.g. /m2 C4-400 m2 g.g. / m2. From the tested varieties of pea, Monique noted. For this variety, on average to the other experimental factors the obtained yield was above 1,700 kg /ha. The results obtained in the soybean crop from Timiş Plain highlighted the varieties Neoplata and Venera, with superior yields that Felix variety by 24% with a yield difference of 500 kg / ha. Neoplata variety has a yield score of 2361 kg / ha, higher than control by 11%. For lentils culture in Timis Plain the optimal density was about 200 g.g / m2.
bacterization; sowing period; variety
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