THE INFLUENCE OF NITROGEN FERTILIZATION ON THE YIELD OF CIPRIAN WINTER WHEAT VARIETY PUBLISHEDV. BUCUR1; Alina Laura AGAPIE2; J. CRNOBARAC3; N. M. HORABLAGA2; Georgeta POP1 email@example.com
Winter wheat is one of the most important crops of our country and of the Western or the Banat’s Plain, where it covers on average around 200.000 ha of the tillable land and accounts for roughly 10% of the total national area covered by this crop every year (IMBREA, 2014). This paper aims to highlight the correlation of the yield quantity and the fertilization levels of nitrogen on the Ciprian winter wheat variety, in the pedo-climatic conditions of RADS Lovrin in between 2015-2017 years. For this trial we used the following nitrogen graduations: N₀ - control, which yielded an average of 5299 kg/ha, N₃₀ - with an average yield of 5988 kg/ha, N₆₀ with 6505 kg/ha, N₉₀ with 7030 kg/ha average and N₁₂₀ with average yield of 7114 kg/ha, respectively, for both experimental years. The results for each variant ware obtained using the analysis of variance method and they are consistent with existing data on the subject matter.
winter wheat, yield, nitrogen, fertilization
Field crops and pastures