RESEARCH ON APPLICATION OF NPK FERTILIZERS IN PEANUTS GROWN ON SANDY SOILS

Published in Scientific Papers. Series A. Agonomy., Vol. LVI
Written by Milica DIMA, Mihaela CROITORU, Reta DRĂGHICI

Sandy soils by texture provides good conditions for bringing peanuts, so there is the possibility of their cultivation on these lands. A rational fertilization, besides covering the necessary nutrients for plants involves ensuring at the same time maintaining a certain proportion between soil nutrients. One of the ways in which it can act to reduce nitrogen loss through leaching is split application of nitrogen on two occasions. Nitrogen fertilizers affect productivity elements and foundations achieve increased production of pods. Applying nitrogen fertilizer dose of N90 on two occasions, the first at sowing, the second in vegetation led to obtaining a very significant increase of production 1321 kg/ha.

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DIMA M., CROITORU M., DRĂGHICI R. 2013, RESEARCH ON APPLICATION OF NPK FERTILIZERS IN PEANUTS GROWN ON SANDY SOILS. Scientific Papers. Series A. Agonomy., Vol. LVI, ISSN 2285-5785, 223-225.


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