ASPECTS CONCERNING INTERSPECIFIC COMPETITION IN TRIFOLIUM PRATENSE AND PHLEUM PRATENSE CULTIVATED AT PREAJBA - GORJ

Authors

  • ALIN CROITORU
  • MARIUS MILUT
  • ALINA CROITORU

Abstract

This paper presents some aspects of interspecific competition on the species
Trifolium pratense and Phleum pratense grown in conditions of Preajba - Gorj.
Rare clover sown in distant rows, at 50 cm, in which case competitive relations
between plants is not carried out, or are present in negligible intensity, gave a yield of 335 g dry matter at linear meter. Grown in alternate rows with Phleum pratense red clover production was less with 174 g, namely 161 g / l.m. Phleum pratense sown in rare rows gave a yield of 131 g / l.m. dry matter. In the case of alternative rows with red clover, on Phleum pratense row the yield was 104 g / l.m., less with 27 g, distinct significantly negative difference.

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Published

2012-01-23

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Working Group 3: Fundamentally Disciplines and Environment and Plant Management