THE INFLUENCE OF THE CLIMATIC CONDITIONS ON PRODUCTION OF FOREIGN VARIETIES OF PEANUTS GROWN ON SANDY SOILS

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  • Milica Dima Research- Development Center for Field Crops on Sandy Soils Dabuleni

Abstract

The climatic conditions during the growing of groundnuts can disrupt the processes of growth and development of the plant, which is reflected in the level of production achieved. The best results were recorded in genotypes of chinese origin China 1, Ning, China 2 which recorded production of 2908 kg / ha, 2823 kg / ha, respectively 2414 kg / ha, drawing good climatic conditions in the steppe area in the south of the country. The most susceptible genotypes to the influence of climatic conditions were found to be Henan Province (1450 kg / ha), Brazilian Begici (1765 kg / ha).

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2014-11-30

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Working Group 1: Plant Cultivation and Animal Growing Technologies