CARAWAY (CARUM CARVI) DISEAS ON WILD FLORA PUBLISHEDAdrian BORCEAN, Mihaela COLCEA None
Research aim was to determine the caraway diseases on the wild flora from Nera river basin and to see the spread of those diseases Stage of research is being characteristic for partial interpretation of experimental data after the first experimental year, in preparation the doctoral thesis. Materials and methods - observations were carried out in 2013, between June and October. Those observations consist from two separate operations: first operation was to determine the areas with representative populations of caraway(Carum carvi), second to determin if this plants are affected of some pathogens and third operation was to evaluate the attack parameters of each pathogen. The novelty is relatively high, work providing important data for agricultural practice in the experimental area, taking in consideration the implications this are plants used for a relatively large scale for some pharmaceutical and cosmetic industry and also for food preparation as spice. From this point of view there are restrictions concerning plants from wild flora because they are considered to be sources for resistance genes at diseases in the plant breeding process. Achievements stage in this field. In this work were carried out research concerning the possible reactions of the pathogens depending on local biocoenosis factors. Limits of the research are that data from the research are just from one year readings. Practical implications of the research consisted of playing a part of a complex study of the diseases of medicinal plants from wild flora on the Nera river basin. The originality of the work comes from the fact that data are relevant in view of mapping of the diseases of medicinal plants from wild flora which are considered to be genetic resources for breeding process. Importance of the paper became from bringing in front of the specialists a new topic concerning new and data, from observations of pathogens behavior in relation with caraway plants from wild flora.
Carum carvi, wild flora, diseases