STUDIES ON DRY MATTER CONTENT AT HYSSOPUS OFFICINALISIT PUBLISHEDCristina_Magdalena OSICEANU,Ilinca Merima IMBREA, Georgeta POP University of Life Sciences "King Mihai I" from Timisoara email@example.com
Hyssop is a plant with multiple uses and which, at present, is very little present in the structure of medicinal plant cultures in our country.The aim of this research was to analyze the content of dry matter/hyssop plate, according to the type of hyssop, the year of cultivation and the climatic conditions of the researched area. The researches were carried out on the three color varieties, namely: hyssop with pink flowers, hyssop with blue flowers and hyssop with white flowers, existing in the collection of the Phytotechnics discipline within the Faculty of Agriculture within the University of Life Sciences, the King Mihai I" from Timișoara, originating from three years of cultivation. The observations were carried out in the flowering phenophase of the hyssop plants, recommended by the specialized literature. The experience was carried out within the SCDA Lovrin, the field of medicinal plants, located on a cambic chernozem type soil, weakly glazed. The dry matter (DS) content decreases in value from pink-flowered hyssop to blue-flowered hyssop, then increases. The values of the dry substance content obtained for the three varieties of hyssop were 23.7% for hyssop with pink flowers, 23.3% for hyssop with blue flowers and 23.4% for hyssop with white flowers, so the highest value was obtained for hyssop with flowers pink.
Medicinal plants, hyssop, herb, experimental factors