PEDOCLIMATIC FACTORS THAT INFLUENCING THE PRODUCTIVITY OF LANDS FROM BOIANU PLAIN PUBLISHED

D. DICU1, D. ȚĂRĂU1, V.V. VĂTĂMANU2, Lica TUTI3, E.G. BRIHAC3 dicudanield@gmail.com
The research has as purpose the support of agricultural systems, responding to local requirements, to establishing the scientific data base necessary for the support of new technologies and the development of integrated management measures for agro-eco-systems. Among the main cultivated species and soil properties it can be established diverse and complex relations. To determine the complex relationships between the different soil properties, it were undertaken numerous studies, both in our country and in the world. These studies have elucidated a lot of mutual causality, thereby helping to define soil taxonomy, both in terms of genetic and the fundamental characteristics, in relation to their differential contribution to the productivity of land and their suitability for plants.The research of this project lies in the accumulation of scientific data on the evolution of components productivity of agricultural land on the atmospheric, cosmic-telurico-edaphic offer, necessary to support new technologies, through an complexes approach of physical, geographical, edaphic and climatic conditions from Boianu Plain.The problem concerns an area of 99.880 ha of agricultural land, located in Boianu plain, characterizing small land areas of about 2 hectares, with excess of surface moisture (UAT Vilcele and Brebeni), soil identified as Pelosol stagnated and the land with big surfaces of eluvial-stretched processes of clay of approximately 50 hectares (UAT Crampoia), where was identified vertic preluvosoil soil. The research of this project lies in the accumulation of scientific data on the evolution of components productivity of agricultural land on the atmospheric, cosmic-telurico-edaphic offer, necessary to support new technologies, through an complexes approach of physical, geographical, edaphic and climatic conditions from Boianu Plain. In this regard, the methodology for the study of soil, ICPA (1987), integrating organically, unitary, the mapping of soil and other environmental conditions multifaceted applied on the management on natural resources and those induced anthropogenic thus, represents a modern form of land management, having the duty to maintain and enhance soil fertility.
plain, land, quality, factors, productivity
Soil Sciences
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