RESEARCH REGARDING THE INFLUENCE OF MINERAL FERTILISATION ON THE WHEAT PRODUCTION UNDER PEDOCLIMATIC CONDITIONS IN THE ALMĂJ DEPRESSION PUBLISHEDI. IAPĂ, F. IMBREA email@example.com
The research covered the reaction to fertilisation of an autumn wheat variety assortment, on an alluvial soil type. The study results highlighted the fact that in the area where the research was carried out, panification wheat can be obtained from all researched varieties. The yield increase insured by nitrogen fertilisers, applied on a P60K60background resulted in an average of 13.2 kg grains/1 kg N s.a.at a N75dosage and 13.6 kg grains /1 kg N s.a.at a N150dosage for all 5 varieties during the 3 experimental years. When applying a N75dose, the protein quantity increased by 42%, leading to a 163 kg/ha difference when compared to the control variant. Upon doubling the nitrogen dose to N150,the protein quantity was increased by 113%, determining a 337 kg/ha difference, in comparison with the N0 variant.Both differences were insured as highly significant.
wheat, fertilisation, technology, pedoclimatic conditions
Field crops and pastures