PARTIAL RESULTS REGARDING THE ESTABLISHMENT OF THE NUTRITION SPACE FOR FODDER SORGHUM IN THE CENTRAL AREA OF OLTENIA

GHEORGHE CR., COTIGĂ C

Abstract


Plant density is the technological element that achieves the balance between environmental conditions (light, temperature, water, nutrients) and the generic characteristics of the species, soil and cultivated hybrid.

In this sense, if we refer both to the density but also to the distance between the rows of fodder sorghum cultivated on the luvisol from SCDA Șimnic Craiova, we find that the level of production is closely related to them.

Thus, the grain production had values from 5.2 t/ha grains dry matter when sowing was carried out at a distance of 25 cm between rows with a density of 75 thousand pl/ha and 9.5 t/ha grains dry matter, respectively 75 cm between rows and using a density of 150 thousand pl/ha.

The crop increase was in the latter case the highest, namely 4.3 t/ha of grains dry matter compared to the control studied.


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