STUDIES REGARDING THE MECHANIZATION TECHNOLOGY OF MINIMAL TILLAGE IN WHEAT CULTURE PUBLISHEDRadu ILEA, Daniel POPA, Marcus SCHNEMANN
A primary goal of modern agriculture is intensive development of agricultural production, as an essential condition for achieving the greatest productions at the surface and with as low costs per unit produced. Development of sustainable agriculture in Romania through the promotion of conservation technologies and, in particular, those with minimal tillage and sowing should be directly with the necessity for achieving yields of high quality, low cost and respecting the requirements relating to the preservation of soil fertility. In view of the current requirements for the development of a sustainable eco-agriculture, these technologies will require more and more in Europe, including in our country. The sowing of cereals is a particularly important work to be carried out at a time and with minimum expenses. This paper shows the optimal technology mechanization work of cizel ploughing, harrows tillage and sowing in the growing of grain straw. The paper is based on the experience gained in the area of mechanization by the agriculture of our country and other countries. In result of studies carried out are presented the findings concerning the consumption of fuel, and indices of the mechanized works in wheat culture.
tractors, fuel, minimal tillage, economic indexes