TITLE

Influence of selected agrotechnical measures and climate conditions on root yield and digestion of sugar beet

AUTHOR(S)
RAŠOVSKÝ, Marek; PAČUTA, Vladimír
PUB. DATE
October 2016
SOURCE
Journal of Central European Agriculture;2016, Vol. 17 Issue 4, p1070
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
In the years 2014 and 2015 was in field conditions founded polyfactorial experiment, where was observed impact of selected varieties of sugar beet (Antek, Kant, Galvani, Kosmas), biopreparations (Alga 300 P + Alga 300 K, Alga 600) and also weather conditions of the year to main quantitative parameter (root yield) and main qualitative parameter (digestion) of sugar beet. Confirmed was high significant influence of the year condition to both evaluated parameters. Higher root yield was achieved in 2014 on the level 88.67 t*ha-1, which was 29.2 t*ha-1 more (rel. + 32.93%) than yield in 2015. Digestion was higher in 2015 on the level 17.67 ï‚°S, which was about 1.41 ï‚°S (rel. 7.98%) more compared with 2014. Statistically high significant influence of variety was detected on digestion. On an average of both years the highest digestion achieved variety Galvani 17.49 ï‚°S. Application of biopreparations has significant influence on root yield. Best results were achieved on treatment, where was applied Alga 600 76.61 t*ha-1 (rel. + 5.16%) compared to the control treatment.
ACCESSION #
120493851

 

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