CAPITALIZING OF THE SANDY SOILS FROM SOUTHERN OLTENIA THROUGH CULTIVATION OF NEW VARIETIES OF TRITICALE

Authors

  • Iulian Draghici Development Research Center for Field Crops on Sandy Soils, Dabuleni, Dolj County, Romania, Phone: +40251334402, Fax: +40251334347, E-mail ccdcpndabuleni@yahoo.com; http://www.ccdcpndabuleni.ro
  • Reta Draghici Development Research Center for Field Crops on Sandy Soils, Dabuleni, Dolj County, Romania, Phone: +40251334402, Fax: +40251334347, E-mail ccdcpndabuleni@yahoo.com; http://www.ccdcpndabuleni.ro
  • Mihaela Croitoru Development Research Center for Field Crops on Sandy Soils, Dabuleni, Dolj County, Romania, Phone: +40251334402, Fax: +40251334347, E-mail ccdcpndabuleni@yahoo.com; http://www.ccdcpndabuleni.ro

Abstract

The knowledge the biological particularities of the plant and response of new varieties developed to environmental conditions, is an important prerequisite for the starting promote a certain species of plants in the structure of crops from a given area. In this regard, triticale crop is a requirement of the current agriculture, which consists in exploitation of less productive areas for wheat and maize, areas affected by drought and poor in nutrients as it is the sandy soils. Research results obtained from 10 triticale varieties, studied during 2013-2015 under the conditions of the sandy soil to CCDCPN Dabuleni emphasizes the realization of production in the range of 3497 to 4129.3 kg / ha. Were evidenced by production of more than 4000 kg / ha, to the Oda and Rotric genotypes, which have registered the thousand grain weight (TGW) of 45.75 to 47.55 g. In triticale production quality, namely the percentage of protein and gluten, it was influenced by both the variety and the climatic conditions of the year. Were observed at values higher of the protein content registered in 2013, which was a dry year, compared with that obtained in 2014

Published

2017-01-21

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Section

Working Group 1: Plant Cultivation and Animal Growing Technologies