Indian Journal of Science and Technology
Year: 2015, Volume: 8, Issue: 34, Pages: 1-7
Tatyana V. Zubkova and Valentina A. Gulidova*
Yelets State Bunin University, Yelets, Russian Federation; [email protected], [email protected]
The aim of research is the development of elements of spring rape cultivation technology based on complex micro fertilizers, herbicides, and more adaptive varieties and hybrids that can maximize the potential productivity of forest conditions in the Central Black Earth region. The article presents the results of research on biometrics and generally shows the productivity of spring rape foreign varieties and hybrids. It shows the results of studying the herbicide impact on weediness and productivity of spring rape. It was found that the use of tank-mix herbicide of water and glycol solution (0.3 l/ha) + Beryl, emulsion concentrate (0.7 l/ha) provided receiving clean harvests from weeds and high yield, and hybrids of foreign selection Siesta and Hidalgo ensure high yields and the largest oil gathering per 1 hectare. It was also found that one year after applying the herbicide Lear and Beryl in pure form and in a tank mixture there was no adverse effect on the subsequent sensitive harvests – fodder beet and soybean. The paper provides the results of studies on the effect of micronutrients on the elements of yield structure of spring rape and productivity in general. It was found that the use of micronutrients provided obtaining high yields.
Keywords: Biological Efficiency, Herbicides, Micro Fertilizers, Productivity, Rape, Yield Structure Elements
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