RESEARCH CONCERNING THE BEHAVIOUR OF SOME WINTER WHEAT CULTIVARS WITH DIFFERENTIATED FERTILISATION IN THE FLOODING VALLEY OF THE MUREŞ RIVER PUBLISHEDCornel Şorhenţ, Ioan Borcean
Research was carried out in an area that is very favourable to bread-making winter wheat and aimed at improving cultivar structure and fertiliser response with effect on yield and quality features. We set comparative crops with 10 cultivars developed in România, Serbia, and Hungary. The studied cultivars were Alex, Ciprian, Dropia, Flamura 85, Faur, Krystina, Lilijana, Mina, Mv Marsall, and M.V. Palma. Fertilisation levels were N 0 P 80 K 80 , N 80 P 80 K 80 and N 100 P 80 K 80 . Experiments were of the bi-factorial type and organised after the sub-divided plot method with 3 replications. The soil type on which research was carried out was carbonatic, gleyed aluvisoil. Soy was the pre-emergent crop. Upon harvesting, we measured hectolitre volume, protein content, moist gluten content, deformation index, gluten quality index, and fall index. Results contribute to the establishment of a cultivar structure for the mentioned area and of fertilisation improvement with a view to obtain high yields with superior bread-making features.
wheat; comparative cultivar crops; fertilisation; quality