THE EFFECT OF NITROGEN AND PHOSPHORUS FERTILIZERS ON THE MAIZE YIELD UNDER THE CLIMATE AND SOIL CONDITIONS FROM LOVRIN IN THE PERIOD 2016-2019-1 PUBLISHED

C. I. ŞANDOR, D. ŢĂRĂU, Alina AGAPIE 2 , Gh. DAVID None gheorghedavid@yahoo.com
The increase, improvement and stability of agricultural production and therefore of food security in all agricultural areas (tropical, subtropical, temperate, etc.), is achieved by cultivating certain plants, creating optimal vegetation conditions for them through well-defined elements of technology, starting from the fundamental idea that man must cooperate with the environment, to consciously become a protector of it. Given these considerations and starting from the fact that there are relations of a varied and complex reciprocity between the properties of the soil and the main cultivated species, this paper presents, based on studies conducted during three experimentation years, within the theme "Research on pedoclimatic and anthropogenic factors that condition land productivity from the Low Plain of Banat” and carried out during doctoral school, several aspects regarding the physical-geographical characteristics illustrated by the maize yields on a typical Chernozem soil, slightly gleyic, epicalcaric, medium clay loam/medium clay loam from the research field in Lovrin. Given these aspects regarding the existence of risks due to various manifestations of natural factors or irrational human interventions, in this paper the authors try to transfer descriptive theoretical activities to analytical activities that provide practical solutions for the use of nitrogen and phosphorus fertilizers on the maize crop. The importance of the research topic derives from the fact that the soil/land properties are differentiated in the territory, due to the variation of pedogenesis factors and conditions, as well as to the fact that in the plant production system the productive potential of the soil is combined with the applied human labour, integrated by plants in the biomass production. The importance of the research topic derives from the fact that the soil/land properties are differentiated in the territory, due to the variation of pedogenesis factors and conditions, as well as to the fact that in the plant production system the productive potential of the soil is combined with the applied human labour, integrated by plants in the biomass production.
fertilizers, harvest, maize, soil, climate
Field crops and pastures
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