THE BEHAVIOR OF OLOAGAR BEAN VARIETIES: LECHINŢA, SALVICA AND VIOLA, IN THE CONDITIONS OF TRANSYLVANIA'S HILLY AREA

Diana Bodea, Emil Luca, Adela Hoble, Laura Luca, Paunita Boanca

Abstract


In the conditions of Transylvania's hilly area, under the conditions of irrigated, and non-irrigated land, it was conducted a study regarding the behavior of three varieties of oloagar bean: Lechinţa, Salvica and Viola. Also, it was determined the influence of land fertilization: basic, with natural fertilizer, with chemical fertilizer. Between the three varieties, the most developed variety regarding the height of the plant was the Viola variety (55-60 cm). It has also been observed that plant growth is higher in irrigated crops than in non-irrigated crops. In the irrigated crop, the pods are larger than the non-irrigated regarding the length, the diameter, and the weight of the pod. Regarding fertilization, a variety is more developed using chemical fertilization (Salvica) and another grows weakest using chemical fertilization (Lechinţa).

Keywords


fertilization, irrigation, yields quantity, yields quality

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.15835/agrisp.v107i3-4.13136



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