B1 VITAMIN AND AMINO-ACID CONTENT IN WHEAT GRAINS AFTER DIFFERENT TYPES OF FERTILIZATION PUBLISHED

V. ȘURLEA , F. CRISTA, Isidora RADULOV, Alina LAȚO, Ș. BĂTRÎNA florincrista@yahoo.com
The research was conducted in the experimental fields of the Soil Sciences discipline, which is located in B.U.A.S.M.V. "King Michael I of Romania" in Timișoara Didactic Station from Timișoara and after that in the research laboratory of the Agrochemistry Department from the Faculty of Agriculture. This paper aims to observe specific variations in the measurable values of amino acids and vitamin B1 in wheat grain following differentiated fertilization with essential minerals: nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium. The experiments had a factorial design with two factors, with maize – sunflower – wheat rotation. Each plot was sub-divided in four replicates, linear, with the size of 10 x 3 m (30 m2). The type of wheat used was the Alex Variety, which is zoned for the western part of Romania (West Plain). In order to obtain optimal results, a balance was maintained between mineral fertilisation and analytic agrochemical control, including various agrophytotechnical measures, thus yielding increased efficiency. The experiment took place in the agricultural years 2014 – 2015 and 2015 – 2016, during which the climate was variable, with higher temperatures and slightly less rainfall comparing to the annual average.
experiment, chemical fertilizers, vitamin B1, amino acids, wheat
Soil Sciences
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