EVALUATION OF PHYSIOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENT OF THE PEAS UNDER THE INFLUENCE OF WORM COMPOST

Published in Scientific Papers. Series "Management, Economic Engineering in Agriculture and rural development", Vol. 18 ISSUE 1
Written by Larisa CREMENEAC, Tatiana BOCLACI

In order to evaluate the influence of the worm compost on the physiological development of the peas, depending on the phenological phases, the researches were carried out during the first year of action of two types of worm compost: worm compost I - obtained using as the bio transformer of the Red Hybrid of California and worm compost II – using descendant F2 of the new line of earthworms, obtained by crossing the California Red Hybrid earthworm with local rubbish earthworm. Materials for research were: worm compost, the soil and the peas variety "Renata". The worm compost was incorporated into the soil, early spring, on the autumn plowing taking into account the dose of 4 t / ha (or 40kg/acres). Previously the worm compost and soil samples taken according to the usual methods were subjected to biochemical analyzes. At the end of the experiment, essential changes in the soil samples were not found, except for the content of organic matter and humus, which in the soil samples of the experimental lots exceeded that in the samples of the control lot, respectively by 10.00% -21, 12%; 10.34% -22.05% and 17.14% -19.74%; 11.43% -13.16%. As a result of the study of the phenological phases of the development of peas, it was found that peas cultivated with worm compost fund (experimental lots) developed for 5-9 days earlier than the cultivated with natural background (the control lot). Thus, using the usual methods, the influence of worm compost on the physiological development of peas was evaluated.

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CREMENEAC L., BOCLACI T. 2018, EVALUATION OF PHYSIOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENT OF THE PEAS UNDER THE INFLUENCE OF WORM COMPOST. Scientific Papers. Series "Management, Economic Engineering in Agriculture and rural development", Vol. 18 ISSUE 1, PRINT ISSN 2284-7995, 131-136.


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