ASPECTS REGARDING VEGETATION BEGIN AND WINTER ACCESS OF SOME SPECIES OF FORAGE GRAMINEOUS PLANTS PUBLISHEDMihaela Corcheş, Alexandru Moisuc
For the success of a culture, one must know at any moment the vegetation state of the meadow and forage plants to be able to apply the measures that are required for getting big productions. Reserve substances accumulation, which plants need to get started in spring vegetation takes place in the root, offsets, at the base of stems. This permits plants to resist at low temperatures during the winter and in spring to get started in vegetation early. After the arise degree analysis of Dactylis glomerata, Lolium perenne and Festuca pratensis species, it was observed that the arise degree is very good, the arise degree being of 95% at all breeds. The fraternity degree at Dactylis glomerata and Festuca pratensis species answer to the optimum stage of entering the winter, and at Lolium perenne breeds it is under the optimum stage of entering the winter.
Dactylis glomerata; Festuca pratensis; Lolium perenne; sameness at arise; fraternity degree