STUDY OF THE RELATIONSHIP BACTERIZATION-SOWING PERIOD ON YIELD AND QUALITY OF PEA AND SOYBEAN IN TIMIȘ PLAIN PUBLISHED

Simona Niţă, Gh. David, Paul Pîrşan, L. Niţă, V. Mircov
The experiment was carried out   within the Didactic Station of Banat’s University of Agricultural Sciences and Veterinary Medicine of  Timisoara on a cambic chernozem slightly  gleyied, slightly hyposalic  and moderately hyposalty under 100 cm, slightly decarbonized  on loess moderate  fine deposits   medium  clay loam / medium clay loam. In the first part of the profile the soil reaction is neutral with a pH of 7.03-7.18, and in the second half the reaction is   slightly alkaline with a pH of 8.25-8.49. The reserve of humus is low from 62.98 to 75.65 t / ha in the processed horizon, and very low   under 60 t / ha for the underlying horizons. According to its composition, the soil falls within the class   texture "fine textured”, subclass medium clay loam, undifferentiated in profile. The two cultures have been organized in a trifactorial experiences, the A-factor was the cultivated variety (the genotype for pea are A1 - Dora, A2 - Montana and A3 - Monique; and the genotype for soybean are A1 - Felix, A2 - Neoplata and A3 - Venera), factor B - (B1 - non bacterized and  B2 - bacterized) and factor C the planting period with two graduations (for pea C1- sown in 10 to 20 of March, C2 – sown in 1 to 10 of April; and for soybean C1-sown in 1 to 10 of April, C2 – sown in 20 to 30 of April). On average the three varieties and two planting dates obtained under bacterization conditions a 115% increase in yield, the difference of 225 kg/ha to non bacterized variant is to be provided as distinct significant. Of the three varieties variety Venera was noted. Bacterization of the seed proved to be a  beneficial technological measure, helping to increase yields by over 277 kg/ha, even in an area with conditions of moisture deficiency
Bacterization, planting dates, peas, soybeans, Plain Timis
Presentation: oral

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