The influence of foliar fertilizing with liquid organic fertilizers on beet yield growing in the Gevgelija area

Stojanova, Marina and Popova, I. Srebra and Petrov, Petar and Vukosavljevic, Vera and Angelkova, Tanja and Jakovlev, Zlatko (2011) The influence of foliar fertilizing with liquid organic fertilizers on beet yield growing in the Gevgelija area. XVI Savetovanje o biotehnologiji sa međunarodnim učešćem, Čačak, Srbija, 16. pp. 127-131. ISSN 978-86-87611-15-3

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THE INFLUENCE OF FOLIAR FERTILIZING WITH LIQUID ORGANIC FERTILIZERS ON BEET YIELD GROWING IN THE GEVGELIJA AREA.doc

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Abstract

The impact of foliar fertilization was examined with liquid organic fertilizers on the yield of beet grown in Gevgelija region in the area of v. Negorci. An experiment was placed in four varieties and three repetitions were made. The variants of the experiment were: Control (without fertilization) Humusil (1.86% organic matter, organic carbon 1.08%, huminovi acid 0.14%, N 224 mg / l, P2O5 71 mg / l, K2O 1024 mg / l, CaO 180 mg / l) Humustim (58.63% organic matter, dry matter 12.38%, 20.40% huminovi acids, Fulvi acid 2.15%, N3%, P 2 O5 1.02%, K 2 O 7.92%, Ca 3.70%, Mg 1.03%) Ingrasamant foliar (N 0%, P2O5 130 g / l, K2O 130 g / l, ME in chelated form and plant extracts 0.005 g/l) The experiment was set in 12 rows, and in each variation and repetition 100 plants were included. Three foliar fertilizer treatments were performed with listed fertilizations in concentration of 0.3% Before setting the experiment agrochemical analysis of soil were performed and good fertility was determined with the three basic makrobiogen elements. After the harvest and measurement of yield it was concluded that foliar fertilization had positive impact on the yield of beet. In three variants with different organic fertilizers higher beet yield was determined compared with untreated control variant. The highest yield of 68.44 t / ha of beet was determined in 4th variant treated with organic fertilizer Ingrasamant foliar.

Item Type: Article
Subjects: Agricultural Sciences > Agricultural biotechnology
Divisions: Faculty of Agriculture
Depositing User: Tanja Angelkova
Date Deposited: 31 Jan 2013 11:29
Last Modified: 07 Oct 2013 14:14
URI: http://eprints.ugd.edu.mk/id/eprint/5330

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