SUNFLOWER HYBRIDS WITH RESISTANCE AT SULFONILUREEA HERBICIDE AND AT IMIDAZOLINONE HERBICIDE CRETED AT NARDI FUNDULEA

Authors

  • D. STANCIU D.
  • MARIA JOIŢA PĂCUREAN
  • F. G. ANTON
  • MIHAELA DAN

Abstract

In nowadays, farmers sowing sunflower hybrids with resistance at sulfonilureea herbicide and at imidazolinone herbicide. NARDI Fundulea released on seed market three IMI sunflower hybrids,  FD15CL44, FD16CL50 and FD18CL58, resistant at imidazolione herbicide, and two SU sunflower hybrids, FD15E27 and FD18E41, resistant at sulfonilureea herbicide. IMI sunflower hybrid FD15CL44 in Clearfield system, was registred in year 2016 and is a semilate sunflower hybrid with a period of vegetation of 128-130 days,  seed yield of 4000-4200kg\ha,  oil content of 50-51%, resistant at race E of broomrape but herbicide Pulsar 40 controled this parasite. IMI sunflower hybrid FD16CL50 in Clearfield system was registred in year 2017 and is a semilate sunflower hybrid with a period of vegetation of 125-137 days,  seed yield of 3900-4100kg\ha,  oil content of 50-52%, resistant at race E of broomrape but herbicide Pulsar 40 controled this parasite. IMI sunflower hybrid FD18CL58 in Clearfield system was registred in year 2019 and is a sunflower hybrid with a period of vegetation of 121-123 days,  seed yield of 3900-4100kg\ha,  oil content of 50-52%, resistant at race E of broomrape but herbicide Pulsar 40 controled this parasite. Recomended density at sowing is 48000-52000 plants\ha in nonirigated field and at density at sowing is 53000-58000 plants\ha in irigated field. SU sunflower hybrid, FD15E27 in Express-Sun system was registred in year 2016 and is a sunflower hybrid with a period of vegetation of 118-122 days,  seed yield of 3800-4000kg\ha,  oil content of 50-52%, resistant at race F-G of broomrape. SU sunflower hybrid, FD18E41 in Express-Sun system was registred in year 2019 and is sunflower hybrid with a period of vegetation of 116-119 days,  seed yield of 4100-4400kg\ha,  oil content of 50-53%, resistant at race F-G of broomrape.  


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2019-12-25

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Working Group 1: Plant Cultivation and Animal Growing Technologies