Paprastojo krapo (Anethum graveolens L.) produktyvumo vertinimas ir veislių parinkimas ekologiniams ūkiams

Karklelienė, Rasa; Radzevičius, Audrius; Maročkienė, Nijolė; Dambrauskienė, Edita; Duchovskienė, Laisvūnė
January 2012
Sodininkyste ir Darzininkyste;2012, Vol. 31 Issue 1/2, p50
In 2010-2011 four varieties ('Moravan', 'Szmaragd', 'Common', 'Mammouth') of dill (Anethum graveolens L.) were tested and evaluated at the LRCAF Institute of Horticulture. There were chosen conditions of organically growing. The research showed that 'Moravan' and 'Szmaragd' dill were more suitable to grow, according to the yield and crop quality. In 2010 'Szmaragd' variety harvest of technical maturity was 22.3 t ha-1 and in 2011-25.4 t ha-1 . Harvest of 'Moravan' variety reached 17.7-22.8 t ha-1.


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