ECOPEDOLOGICAL PARAMATERS USED IN THE QUALITATIVE EVALUATION OF THE LANDS OF REMETEA MARE PUBLISHED

Alina –Andreea ABRUDAN , D. ŢĂRĂU, D. DICU Banat’s University of Agricultural Sciences and Veterinary Medicine “King Michael I of Romania”, andreea.abrudan@yahoo.com
The importance of the approached topic derives from the fact that the land properties are extremely differentiated in the territory, due to the variation of pedogenesis factors and conditions, as well as from the fact that in production system of plants, the productive potential of the soil and the judiciously applied humar labour are harmoniously combined. The aim of the research finds its origin in the current scientific and practical concerns of the accumulation of knowledge on pedological and agrochemical characteristics regarding the inventory, grading and classification of soil resources according to the ecological requirements of the main cultivated plants, in order to identify and develops an agronomically, ecologically and conservatively integrated management for the soil and the environment. The presented results are part of the program of doctoral studies and researches (28.09.2015-27.09.2018) having as theme "Research on the ecopedological bases of land productivity in the Lipova Hills and possible pressures on their quality". The approached issue refers to the lands of the territorial administrative unit (ATU) Remetea Mare with an area of 10125 ha, of which 8691 ha represents the agricultural land. The paper offers, through the presented material, basic knowledge and methodological elements for the evaluation and characterization of natural and anthropically induced resources, in the hope that the information obtained will arouse the interest of the decision maker so that in the near future agricultural research and practice, together with environmental protection, to make efforts for the development of interdisciplinary studies, not being able to talk about a healthy environment without a healthy soil.
relief, hydrography and hydrology, climate, edaphic
Soil Sciences
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