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id: 32312
Title: Control of corn pollution in the conditions of the rightbank forest steppe
Authors: Verheles P.
Keywords: corn, weeds, herbicide, productivity, economic efficiency.
Date of publication: 2022-11-29 20:28:55
Last changes: 2022-11-29 20:28:55
Year of publication: 2022
Summary: This article presents the results of studies of the main elements and methods of controlling the development of weeds in corn crops and the identified changes in water and nutrient properties of the soil. The optimal tank mixtures and technological combinations of new soil and insurance herbicides have been determined, which provide a high level of technical efficiency on a wide species spectrum of weeds that clog corn crops. In particular, for farm conditions, the complex nature of the formation of the type of weediness, which changes during the growing season of the crop, was noted. The results of assessments of the dynamics of weed vegetation indicate a gradual increase in cenotic tension due to the gradual transition of dominant species of weeds, such as Chenopodium album L., Amaranthus retroflexus L., Echinochloa crus-galli L., Elytrigia repens (L.) Gould , Sonchus arvensis L, Cirsium arvense L., Convolvulus arvensis L. in the middle tier of sowing with a simultaneous increase in the frequency of their determination by 1.1-1.3 times. It was established that the best growth and development of the total leaf surface of corn plants (2.15-2.26 pcs./m2) was noted on the herbicide agro background and complete removal of weeds, and with natural weediness of the crops - a negative effect on growth processes, size and duration of functioning of leaves (1.14 pcs./m2).
Publication type: Статті у наукових фахових виданнях України (Copernicus та інші)
Publication: Agriculture and forestry. 2022. № 4 (27). P. 110-127. DOI: 10.37128/2707-5826-2022-4-9
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