THE AGRICULTURAL SYSTEM IN THE NăDLAC LOCALITY PERIMETER, ARAD COUNTY PUBLISHEDFLORESCU T., OKROŞ A., Niță Simona, PORUBSKI G., Astrid GROSZLER
The Nădlac locality, a town since 1968, is situated in the West of the country at the Hungarian border, in the Arad county. The town Nădlac is exclusively plain land, being a part of the Great Western Plain, near the Mureş river, an important hydrographical basin. The Nădlac locality is a multicultural, multiconfessional and multiethnic space, with 13315 ha surface of which 12117 ha tillable land, and a 8154 inhabitant population. The geographical situation as well as the soil and human resources create opportunities for the practice of agriculture which should lead to achieving good crops from a quantitativ, as well as qualitative point of view. Massing tillable land, as well as producer associations and the use of last generation technologies led to the practice of a modern agriculture with high crop diversity in the Nădlac town perimeter. The increased global food necessity may lead to the agricultural revitalisation of our country, a fact that was understood by the Nădlac agricultural producers, who focused on practicing an exclusively vegetal agricultural system. The only inconvenient in agricultural development seems to be the open market for these agricultural products, but the association in producer organizations may lead to receiving real prices for the agricultural production.
: agriculture, system, land, soil, association, Nădlac