THE INFLUENCE OF THE LEVELLING OF SANDS FROM THE LEFT PART OF THE RIVER JIU UP ON THE ENERGY BALANCE IN THE CASE OF GROWING BARLEY IN THE FALL

Authors

  • ALINA MARILENA PRIOTEASA
  • L. A. OLARU
  • FLORINA GRECU
  • CARMEN OANA VASILESCU

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.1234/aamc.v49i1.890

Abstract

In agriculture, as is known, plant production is the only branch in which energy consumed in the form of work, fuels (for soil work), electricity, fertilizers, pesticides, herbicide, etc., and fixed assets materialise In agricultural products generating energy. The calculations made on energy produced (Mcal/ha), energy consumed (Mcal/ha), energy balance (Mcal/ha), energy efficiency and energy consumption for 1 kg of product obtained indicate different values from one crop to another, and within the each crop varies quantitatively depending on the production obtained by the factors allocated and their allocation level. The energy balance is primarily influenced by the levelling of soils.

Published

2020-12-19

Issue

Section

Working Group 1: Plant Cultivation and Animal Growing Technologies