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Published in Scientific Papers. Series B, Horticulture, Volume LX
Written by Elena DOBRIN, Gabriela LUŢĂ , Evelina GHERGHINA, Daniela BĂLAN, Elena DRĂGHICI

Eggplants (Solanum melongena) is known for its weak root system and for the particular sensitivity towards different stressors such as heat, water stress, nutritional stress. Therefore, is extremely important to obtain eggplants seedlings with balanced growth and development, but especially with a strong root system and increased capacity of adaptation to different conditions of stress. This paper presents the results of some researches related to foliar bioactive substance treatment of eggplants seedling with Spraygard 1%, Razormin 0.1% and BAC Foliar Spray 0.3%. The treatments were performed in two distinct stages of development: at one, respectively three weeks after the seedlings transplantation. Analysis of the acquired data indicated that 0.1% Razormin treatment showed the best results in obtaining of eggplants seedlings with a strong roots systems and a good development. These results are supported by physiological and biochemical processes, which were intensely expressed at the plants in this experimental variant. Also good results in terms of quality seedlings were obtained when treated with BAC Foliar Spray 0.3% and in the case of simple application of adjuvant Spraygard 1%.

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