INFLUENCE OF DIFFERENT TILLAGE SYSTEMS ON THE BEHAVIOR OF A CORN HYBRID CULTIVATED IN THE AREA GĂLĂȚUI-CĂLĂRAȘI

Published in Scientific Papers. Series A. Agronomy, Vol. LX
Written by Claudiu CHIȚOI, Costică CIONTU

This paper present the results obtained for the corn crop grown in 2016 under the pedological and climatic conditions of South Romania, Călărași County. The research aimed to analyze the influence of different soil tillage systems on the development and yield of a hybrid corn belonging to the FAO group 350. The variants studied were part of the conventional tillage system (20 cm plowing, 30 cm plowing) and minimum tillage system (30 cm scarification, 40 cm scarification, 20 cm Tiger 3 MT, 30 cm Tiger 3 MT). Under the influence of different soil tillage systems, the highest grain yield (8,065.3 kg/ha) was obtained at 30 cm plowing, with plants characterized by a height of 220.5 cm, and a LAI of 2.50. The lowest grain yield was generated by the tillage 20 cm Tiger 3 MT and had a value of 4775.7 kg/ha.

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CHIȚOI C., CIONTU C. 2017, INFLUENCE OF DIFFERENT TILLAGE SYSTEMS ON THE BEHAVIOR OF A CORN HYBRID CULTIVATED IN THE AREA GĂLĂȚUI-CĂLĂRAȘI. Scientific Papers. Series A. Agronomy, Vol. LX, ISSN 2285-5785, 49-52.


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