ANALYSIS OF FODDER PLANTS FROM A VEGETAL FARM FOR INCREASING THE RENTABILITY

Published in Scientific Papers. Series D. Animal Science, Vol. LXI, Issue 1
Written by Lucica NISTOR, Camelia HODOSAN, Marius Laurian MAFTEI, Andra Dorina SULER, Sorin BARBUICA

Following the research executed in a vegetal farm, the analysis of several types of plants assortments (sunflower, autumn barley, corn and wheat), with regards to the agricultural technologies applied, as well as their economic impact, with the purpose of determining improvement measures regarding structure of cultures and economic-financial performances within future years. The yields per unit area were determined by the varieties and hybrids used in each crop, by the applied crop technology, by the quality of the agricultural work carried out and by the pedological and climatic conditions. The average yield on crops was as follows: 3,500 kg/ha for wheat, 5,000 kg/ha for winter barley, 2,500 kg/ha for sunflower, 6,000 kg/ha for maize. The total crop yield was conditioned by the production capacity per unit area and cultivated area. Thus, total crop yields were as follows: 2,975 t wheat, 750 t barley, 1,375 t sunflower, 600 t corn. The obtained products were fully utilized on the market, with the exception of wheat. Of the total production of 2,975 t of wheat, 950 t were allocated to the landowners in the company, each providing an in-kind rent of 500 kg of wheat per hectare. Therefore, only 2,025 t of wheat became the commodity production, meaning 68.06% of the total production obtained in this crop.

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NISTOR L., HODOSAN C., MAFTEI M.L., SULER A.D., BARBUICA S. 2018, ANALYSIS OF FODDER PLANTS FROM A VEGETAL FARM FOR INCREASING THE RENTABILITY . Scientific Papers. Series D. Animal Science, Vol. LXI, Issue 1, ISSN 2285-5750, 112-114.


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