STUDIES UPON THE DEVELOPMENT OF AN INTEGRATE SYSTEM FOR PRODUCTION AND USE OF CAMELINA SATIVA IN THE TRANSYLVANIAN PLAIN CONDITIONS (I)

Al. Naghiu, C. Topan, V. Dancu, Livia Naghi, V. Sarb, Adriana David

Abstract


The present paper is the first part of a series dedicated to the development of an integrate system for production and use of Camelina Sativa. There will be studied during a five years research programme the optimum crop technologies for the Transylvanian Plain conditions, together with the best use of the crop. The agricultural year 2011-2012 was characterized by being very dry. The first experimental results were encouraging, demonstrating that Camelina sativa is not claiming special cropping conditions, being suitable for the Transylvanian Plain area. The best results (1,95 t/ha) were achieved using a 176 plants/m2 density and a ration N/P/K of 100/66,8/40 (25 cm between the rows). Harvesting one of the most important parts of the technological chain, as it could lead to high yield losses without and accurate adjustment of the combine.

 


Full Text:

PDF


DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.15835/arspa.v83i3-4.9067



Copyright (c)



AGRICULTURA
AcademicPres
University of Agricultural Sciences and Veterinary Medicine
3-5 Manastur St., 400372 Cluj-Napoca, Romania
Tel: +40-264-596.384 | Fax: +40-264-593.792 
agricultura.journal.usamvcluj@gmail.com