THE SOIL SUITABILITY FOR FRUIT TREES FROM CARANI LOCALITY, TIMIȘ COUNTY, ROMANIA PUBLISHEDEremi Ovidiu², Marian Flavius, Nozim Aliev, Okros Adalbert, Borcean Adrian, Mircov Vlad Tajik Agrarian University email@example.com
Agriculture has been a vital area of human activity since ancient times, a thing that can be observed even today, representing both the only source of food and an important supplier of raw materials for different industries. The importance of agriculture differs from country to country, but it continues to be the main economic branch in all nations, including the highly developed ones. In this paper we want to present the suitability level of the soils in Carani, for the establishment of fruit trees in this area. The suitability of the soils is checked for the following varieties of fruit trees: apple (MR), pear (PR), plum (PR), plum (PR), cherry-cherry (CV), apricot (CS), peach (PC). In order to determine this suitability, a series of soil types and subtypes were chosen, namely: typical endocalcaric preluvosoil (7.50 ha), typical preluvosoil (29.13 ha), stagnant preluvosoil (4.15 ha) and molic preluvosoil (6, 30 ha). Following the analysis performed on the characteristics of the soil they are distributed within one of the four classes of suitability. The rating notes offered to the soils being the main indicator for classifying them. The total area considered for this study is 47.08 ha. A number of recommendations will also be made regarding possible improving the suitability of the if that is possible.
fruit trees, soil, suitability, improvements