ISSN 2284-7995, ISSN Online 2285-3952


Published in Scientific Papers. Series "Management, Economic Engineering in Agriculture and rural development", Vol. 15 ISSUE 3
Written by Viorel ION, Georgeta TEMOCICO, Marin DUMBRAVĂ, Adrian Gheorghe BĂŞA

The aim of the paper is to present the biomass yields at maize under different technological conditions (two soil tillage, respectively ploughing and harrowing, and two preceding crops, respectively maize and sunflower) in the specific growing conditions from South Romania. In this respect, researches were performed in field experiments located in South Romania (44o29’ N latitude and 26o15’ E longitude), under rainfed conditions in the year 2014. Six maize hybrids were studied under two soil tillage (ploughing and harrowing) and under two preceding crops (maize and sunflower). The biomass determinations were performed in the early dough-dough plant growth stage, respectively in the growth stage when the maize biomass is of importance to be used as substrate for producing biogas. The results revealed that ploughing and maize as preceding crop have determined the highest fresh and dry biomass yields.

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