COMPARATIVE STUDY BETWEEN ROMANIAN AND FOREIGN WINTER WHEAT VARIETIES REGARDING YIELD POTENTIAL, DURING 2004-2011 PERIOD ON THE LUVOSOIL FROM SIMNIC
AbstractDuring eight years 2004-2011 have been tested over 100 wheat varieties with
different origin, on the luvosoil from ARDS Simnic. Data were calculated using t test to compare two series with different numbers. On average the Rumanian varieties obtained yield by 4310 kg/ha. In general the yield difference between Romanian and foreign wheat varieties was significant for the first group. Mainly the Romanian varieties were superior those coming from Austria, ex-soviet space, from USA, other countries of the EU (Bulgaria, Spain, Italy, U.K., Czech Republic, Portugal) and Israel showing significant yield differences. We did not find significant differences among Romanian and French, Hungarian or Serbian varieties. The highest average yield was recorded by Glosa (5504 kg/ha) and maximum yield was recorded by Gruia (8420 kg/ha), both Romanian varieties.
Working Group 3: Fundamentally Disciplines and Environment and Plant Management