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Published in Scientific Papers. Series B, Horticulture, Vol. LXVI, Issue 1
Written by Paula BOBOC (OROS), Erzsebet BUTA, Corina CĂTANĂ, Maria CANTOR

Enriching the assortment of flowering plants in Romania by introducing exotic species in the context of contemporary climate changes is of real interest. Passiflora quadrangularis is a climbing plant cultivated for its fruits, nutraceutical properties, secondary metabolite content and ornamental value. This research was developed in order to validate the influence of foliar fertilizers on morpho-biometric traits. A bifactorial experiment was performed using the method of randomized blocks with three replicates. In this regard, the organic biostimulator Cropmax and the mineral fertilizer Nutricomplex 20-20-20 + M.E. were tested. Fertilization was carried out periodically during the vegetation period, in three doses: 0.05%, 0.1% and 0.2%. Determinations were made regarding the main morpho-biometric traits, the results being statistically interpreted. All treatments recorded higher values than the control variant (untreated), and the Cropmax biostimulator has a significantly positive effect on plants development.

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