WHEAT YIELD RESULTS UNDER THE INFLUENCE OF N, P, K FERTILIZATION AND CLIMATIC CONDITIONS OF THE 2019-2020 FROM SDE TIMIŞOARA PUBLISHEDPOP (Kovacs) Cecilia Iuliana, IMBREA Florin 1Banat University of Agricultural Sciences and Veterinary Medicine “King Michael I of Romania” from Timisoara email@example.com
Increasing yields per unit area is the most important objective for increasing agricultural raw material production for the food industry. A fundamental contribution to the increase in production per unit area is made by the level of N, P and K fertilisation and optimal soil and climatic conditions for exploiting the productive potential of the cultivated variety. Nutrition management is one of the approaches to improve crop yields. Wheat depletes nutrients from the soil, so if it is not properly fertilised, soil fertility starts to decline. Therefore, fertiliser applications are essential to maintain a positive nutrient balance by replacing nutrients that are absorbed and lost during the crops.The high ecological plasticity of wheat and its constant production means that farmers are still very interested in this crop. Growers are also interested in the crop with the highest yield per unit area. The aim of the paper is to highlight the production results of Ciprian wheat variety obtained in the soil and climatic conditions of the Experimental Didactic Station of 2019-2020, under the influence of nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium fertilization in order to determine the growers to choose the optimal wheat fertilization option. The interaction between nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium resulted in a significant increase in yield.
cultivars, fertilization, soil and climatic conditions, yield components