COMPARATIVE RESEARCH ON WHEAT AND CORN CROPS ON A REPRESENTATIVE SOIL FROM TRANSYLVANIA

Andra Porutiu, Felix Arion, Iulia Muresan, Tudor Salagean, Lavinia Moldovan, Raluca Farcas

Abstract


Promoting during the last decades of sustainable agriculture and sustainable concepts entails the application of the principles that lead to productive agricultural technologies, technically and economically efficient solutions with effective protection of the environment and consumers that ensure not only productivity but also real optimization of production, social and environmental components and causes a new quality of life. In this study was tracked the effect of the nitrogen-phosphorous interaction in achieving wheat productions.

The current research is based on the production results obtained on corn crops (Turda STAR Variety) and wheat crops (Dumbrava Variety) – cultivated following corn, in long term experiments conducted on an argyle chernozem soil in Turda (Cluj County). The production data are obtained from these experiments, which hold objectives that target both the effect of differentiated fertilizations on wheat and corn productions and also the impact of fertilizers on the soil fertility evolution, on the quality of the productions obtained.

The goal of this research is to present the differentiated fertilization systems involved in obtaining high productions in the reference area. In this study it was track the effect of the nitrogen-phosphorous interaction in achieving wheat and corn productions. The research presents the stated results as annual (partial) values and as being reference values for further experimental years.




DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.15835/agrisp.v99i3-4.12038