RESEARCH REGARDING THE INFLUENCE OF FERTILISER RATES ON MORPHOLOGICAL FEATURES IN COMMON BEAN (PHASEOLUS VULGARIS L. CONVAR. VULGARIS) PODS CULTIVATED IN SOLARIUM AT THE DIDACTIC AND RESEARCH BASE IN TIMISOARA. ROMANIA

Published in Scientific Papers. Series B, Horticulture, Volume LXII
Written by Marius BALINT, Alin DOBREI, Alina Georgeta DOBREI, Gheorghe POȘTA

Common bean or green bean (Phaseolus vulgaris L. - Family Papilionaceae syn. Fabaceae) is cultivated for its young pods before seed formation, used in some dishes and in the preserve industry. Trial was conducted in the solarium of the Didactic and Research Base in Timisoara, Romania, on 400 m2 . It was a poly-factorial trial with sub-divided plots and three replicates: Factor A (supplementary fertilisation) with 3 graduations (a1 - Cropmax; a2 - Lithovit; a3 - Trainer); Factor B (basic fertilisation) with 3 graduations (b1 - Orgevit; b2 - Phenix; b3 - Italpollina) and Factor C (cultivar) with 3 graduations (c1 - Goldfield; c2 - Ecaterina; c3 - Aurie de Bacău). As far as pod length is concerned, there are distinctly significantly positive differences (1.54-1.70 cm) between the cultivar Ecaterina and the trial mean. As for pod width. there are very significantly positive differences (0.05-0.15 cm) between the three supplementary foliar fertilisers. From the perspective of pod diameter, there are very significantly positive differences (0.01-0.05 cm) also between the three supplementary foliar fertilisers.

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BALINT M., DOBREI A., DOBREI A.G., POSTA G. 2018, RESEARCH REGARDING THE INFLUENCE OF FERTILISER RATES ON MORPHOLOGICAL FEATURES IN COMMON BEAN (PHASEOLUS VULGARIS L. CONVAR. VULGARIS) PODS CULTIVATED IN SOLARIUM AT THE DIDACTIC AND RESEARCH BASE IN TIMISOARA. ROMANIA. Scientific Papers. Series B, Horticulture, Volume LXII, Print ISSN 2285-5653, 351-358.


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