RESEARCH ON CYNARA CARDUNCULUS L. SPECIES UNDER THE CONDITIONS OF SOUTHEASTERN ROMANIA AREA

Published in Scientific Papers. Series A. Agonomy., Vol. LVI
Written by Ciprian BOLOHAN, Doru Ioan MARIN, Mircea MIHALACHE, Leonard ILIE, Andreea Cristina OPREA

Cynara cardunculus L. (cardon) is an alternative crop with multiple use (energy biomass, oil extraction,pharmaceuticals, food, honey plant, and others). Research conducted on three varieties of Cynara cardunculus L.(Gobbo di Nizza, C 816, Porto spineless) grown under the climatic conditions of Moara Domneasca Didactic Farm in2012, shows the good ecological adaptability of the plant. By the end of the growing season (November), the averagebiomass production was 40,554.1 kg/ha-1 fresh matter and 7,192.0 kg/ha-1 dry matter, the maximum biomass productionwas recorded in the variety Porto Spineless (46,600.8 kg/ha-1 fresh matter, and 7,636.4 kg/ha-1 dry matter).

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BOLOHAN C., MARIN D. I., MIHALACHE M., ILIE L., OPREA A. C. 2013, RESEARCH ON CYNARA CARDUNCULUS L. SPECIES UNDER THE CONDITIONS OF SOUTHEASTERN ROMANIA AREA. Scientific Papers. Series A. Agonomy., Vol. LVI, ISSN 2285-5785, 429-432.


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