THE ANALYSIS OF THE CULTIVATED AREAS, THE PRODUCTION AND THE SELLING PRICE FOR MAIZE CROPS DURING THE PREAND POST-ACCESSION PERIODS OF ROMANIA TO THE EUROPEAN UNION AND TRENDS OF EVOLUTION OF THESE INDICATORS

Published in Scientific Papers. Series "Management, Economic Engineering in Agriculture and rural development", Vol. 17 ISSUE 2
Written by Valentina Constanta TUDOR, Daniela POPA, Gabriela Florentina GIMBĂȘANU

Corn, one of the most important cereals, ranks second in the world ranking in terms of cultivated area, being overtaken only by wheat crops with a cultivated area of 220 million hectares, compared to 185 million hectares Corn, representing 80% of the cereal production. However, at U.E. And implicitly of Romania, it is noted that the area cultivated with corn begins to decrease significantly, being gradually replaced with sunflower or rape, far more profitable crops. By studying the cultivation of maize in Romania, we observe specific conditions determined by weeds and pests. The area cultivated with maize in 2015 was 2.6 million hectares. The presence of the Tanymecus dilaticollis corn root crop requires the treatment of seed with neonicotinoid products, for which Romania has managed each year to obtain a derogation from the European Commission, despite the fact that the trend at European level is to These products are forbidden from use. A possible ban on neonicotinoid-based products could mean a substantial reduction in corn-grown areas. This study was conducted in order to identify the critical periods of maize culture in Romania, but also to identify potential trends, taking into account the specific situation at European level.

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TUDOR V.C., POPA D., GIMBĂȘANU G.F. 2017, THE ANALYSIS OF THE CULTIVATED AREAS, THE PRODUCTION AND THE SELLING PRICE FOR MAIZE CROPS DURING THE PREAND POST-ACCESSION PERIODS OF ROMANIA TO THE EUROPEAN UNION AND TRENDS OF EVOLUTION OF THESE INDICATORS. Scientific Papers. Series "Management, Economic Engineering in Agriculture and rural development", Vol. 17 ISSUE 2, PRINT ISSN 2284-7995, 387-394.


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