THE YIELD AND GRAIN QUALITY OF WINTER TRITICALE VARIETY INGEN 93 IN THE MULTIFACTORIAL EXPERIMENT

Published in Scientific Papers. Series A. Agronomy, Vol. LIX
Written by Victor BURDUJAN, Mihail RURAC, Angela MELNIC, Victor STARODUB, Sergiu GAVRILAS, Vasile DREBOT

This article presents the data of an experiment were a winter triticale (X Triticosecale Wittmack) variety Ingen 93 was studied depending on the previous plants (dry pea and vetch + oats), sown in three different sowing terms (8.X., 18.X.,28.X.) and according to three sowing rates - 4.0, 5.0 and 6.0 million seeds/ha. The amount of precipitation was of 556.3 mm, with 64.3 mm (13.1%) higher than the multiannual average quantity of precipitation. In the multifactorial experiment, the greatest influence on the yield of the studied variety was recorded by the previous crop (Factor A) – 99.24%, followed by the sowing rate (Factor C) only 0.76 %, and zero influence by the sowing terms and interaction of factors. In the conditions of 2015, the highest yield of winter triticale variety Ingen 93 was obtained after dry pea - 3353 kg/ha that significantly exceeded the predecessor vetch + oats to 717kg/ha. The highest quality of grain and crude protein content was recorded where dry pea was used as a previous plant. The highest test weight value was obtained after vetch + oats - 707.1 kg/hL, which exceeds the values of test weight after dry pea by 5.2 kg/hL. The largest grains of winter triticale variety Ingen 93 was forming after previous plant vetch + oats, - 49.7g.

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BURDUJAN V., RURAC M., MELNIC A., STARODUB V., GAVRILAS S., DREBOT V. 2016, THE YIELD AND GRAIN QUALITY OF WINTER TRITICALE VARIETY INGEN 93 IN THE MULTIFACTORIAL EXPERIMENT. Scientific Papers. Series A. Agronomy, Vol. LIX, ISSN 2285-5785, 227-230.


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