PRODUCTION RESULTS OF SOME DIOIC HEMP GENOTYPES CULTIVATED IN THE PEDOCLIMATE CONDITIONS FROM ARDS LOVRIN, IN THE PERIOD 2017-2019 PUBLISHEDOfelia PANDA1, Alina Laura AGAPIE1, TABĂRĂ Valeriu1, Georgeta POP 2 None firstname.lastname@example.org
hemp has attracted much attention from the market and from researchers due to its multiple uses, therefore, improving the production of hemp fiber through research will help promote the promotion and competitiveness of hemp products. Like a plant with multiple uses, ubiquitous over history and the evolution of mankind, hemp (Cannabis sativa L.) is a source of: fiber, wood and seeds used in the world for a wide range of products. The desire for a diet rich in natural, organic products entails the use of hemp seeds in various foods. Due to their high nutritional value, hemp seeds are consumed as food or feed, but can be processed as oil, grit or hemp flour. The economic importance of hemp for the seed is highlighted by the content of oil (30-32%), protein (20-25%), carbohydrates (20-30%) and a significant intake of insoluble fiber (10-15%) and minerals. The paper presents the study of the crop behavior of four dioic hemp genotypes under the influence of pedoclimatic conditions within ARDS Lovrin, during 2017-2019. The cultivated hemp varieties were: Lovrin-110, Silvana, Armanca and line Lv-457/08. Production results to the four cultivars, registered in the first year of experience under the influence of climatic conditions of 2017, were: 370 kg / ha Lovrin-110 variety, 327 kg / ha Silvana variety, 355 kg / ha Armanca variety and 464 kg / ha at the Lv- line 457/08. In the second experimental year 2018, the production values are higher compared to the previous year, for all varieties, as follows: 634 kg / ha Lovrin-110, 525 kg / ha Silvana, 607 kg / ha Armanca and 549 kg / ha Lv-457/08. Analyzing the three experimental years, we notice that, in 2018, the highest productions were made in all four genotypes, obtaining productions that exceed the average seed production made in the experimental cycle. The climatic conditions were registered at Lovrin Meteorological Station, during 2017-2019.
seed production, dioic hemp varieties, pedoclimatic conditions.
field crops and pastures