THE INFLUENCE OF DIFFERENT SOWING DISTANCES OF SOYBEAN UPON BACTERIAL BLIGHT

Published in AgroLife Scientific Journal, Volume 7, Number 1
Written by Vasile FLORIAN, Teodora FLORIAN, Loredana SUCIU, Carmen PUIA

This paper aims to quantify the attack of Pseudomonas syringe pv glycinea in ecological conditions in Transylvania but also in different cultural conditions. Thus, observations were made regarding the frequency of attack of these bacteria in three soybean varieties, sown at different distances (25, 12.5, 50 cm). The attack of the bacterium was influenced by the soybean sowing distance. The attack frequency of this pathogen was between 9 and 25%. The lowest value of the attack was recorded in the Caro variety in the case of the 12.5 cm between rows.

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FLORIAN V., FLORIAN T., SUCIU L., PUIA C. 2018, THE INFLUENCE OF DIFFERENT SOWING DISTANCES OF SOYBEAN UPON BACTERIAL BLIGHT. AgroLife Scientific Journal, Volume 7, Number 1, ISSN 2285-5718, 69-76.


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