IMPROVEMENT OF SALTED SOILS, A PARTICULAR NEED IN LAND IMPROVEMENT WORKS FOR THE ARRANGEMENT OF A HAZELNUT PLANTATION PUBLISHEDM.V. ILCA1, T. E. MAN1, Anisoara IENCIU2, R. BEILICCI1, Erika BEILICCI1, Adia GROZAV1 1Politehnica University of Timisoara, 300006 Timisoara, P-ta Victoriei no. 2 University of Life Sciences "King Michael I" from Timisoara, 300645, 119, Calea Aradului, Timisoara, Romania email@example.com
Under current conditions marked by significant effects of changing climatic conditions due to global warming, first of all, the increase in the demand for agricultural products and the change of mentality regarding the way of interaction with nature, the specialists are looking for solutions for the full rethinking of performance agriculture. Given the growing demand for agricultural products and the global warming that is already making its presence felt, makes it increasingly difficult to produce them, it is important to find solutions for expanding cultivated areas, in an environmentally friendly way and respecting the concept of biodiversity, also ensuring the best development conditions for crops. In addition to new discoveries and technological innovations (equipment, seed varieties, fertilizers), the way to make an environmentally friendly agriculture is defining in the new thinking in the field. Finally, it is our duty to find solutions. The paper presents a method of approaching the problem of improving saline soils, present insular in a soil to be prepared by land improvement works, to be planted with hazelnuts. Land improvement works can also contribute to the improvement of saline-affected soils, through specific actions. The case study reveals the problems encountered that determined these works, their solution, the agrotechnology used (stages, equipment, materials) and the land improvement works executed as support, as well as the results, one and two years after the execution.
saline soils,land improvement,hazelnuts,global warming,agriculture agronomy