THE ANALYSIS OF THE ORGANIC MATTER YIELD OF THE MAIZE FORAGE USING FOLIAR FERTILIZER “SINERGON 2000” AND MINERAL NITROGEN PUBLISHEDIgor DJURDJIC, Tanja JAKISIC, Milan JUGOVIC, Vesna MILIC email@example.com
Maize is the main component in nutrition of domestic animals, not only for concentrated food, but for silage too. That is why the aim of this study was to examine the influence of the combination of the classic fertilization and foliar fertilization of the maize as well as its influence on the increase of the organic matter and protein in green mass. The study was conducted in the area of Mokro (43°52’34.03” (N) 18°36’28.56”(E) and 905mamsl), on land of the dystric cambisol type, in 2013. All agro technical measures were conducted on time and with quality. The influence of increasing doses of mineral nitrogen in fertilization on components of organic matter yield of the maize hybrid NS 3014, which is characterized by properties convenient for preparation of silage in mountainous area was examined, as well as foliar organomineral fertilizer “Sinergon 2000” which contain N, P, K, and more important microelements. Maize was additionally fertilized in phenophase of 6 leaves. Foliar usage of “Sinergon 2000” did not have significant impact on the increase of forage yield, and organic matter, but the increase in all variables of fertilization was noticeably increased.
maize, “Sinergon 2000”, nitrogen, forage, protein, organic matter
Field crops and pastures