THE INFLUENCE OF AGRO-CLIMATIC CONDITIONS IN 2011-2013 INTERVAL, ON MAIZE PRODUCTION, ON A MOLIC - REDDISH PRELUVOSOIL, MEDIUM CLAY LOAM / MEDIUM CLAY LOAM, FROM VINGA PLAIN PUBLISHEDA. ŢĂRĂU, V. TABĂRĂ None
The research has as purpose the support of sustainable agriculture system, responding to local requirements establishing the scientific data base necessary to support new technologies and develop integrated management measures of agro-eco-systems. The importance, originality and timeliness of work consists in the need of knowledge of environmental and soil conditions, this causing major strands of rural development, of edaphic cover and environment protection. The results presented are part of the doctoral studies and research (01.11.2011-30.10.2014) having as theme "Relations between ecopedological conditions, financing and productivity of agricultural land in the Banat Plain, Mureş-Bega interfluve" research is carried out simultaneously on experimental field and laboratory. The data in this paper are the result of research conducted in 2011-2013 range, within experiences organized in the field at Sanandrei, on the land of Soil and Agrochemical Studies Office (OSPA) in Timisoara. The experiences are located on an molic reddish preluvosoil, medium clay loam / medium clay loam, dominant in Vinga Plain and representative for a large area of Banato-Crisana plain. The paper offers basic knowledge and methodological elements for evaluation and characterization of the natural and anthropogenic resources. Such detailed knowledge of productive and technological characteristics of the contributing, restrictive or limiting factors of agricultural production, both in terms of the actual event and in terms of real possibilities for modifications, may be better for decision-making bodies (government, administration local) a valuable tool for achieving the most appropriate practical measures for the benefit of plant biomass production to improve its conditions of human life and the entire community.
biodiversity, yield, crops, durability, evaluation