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- Berca, Mihai; Robescu, Valentina-Ofelia; Horoiaş, Roxana; Păscuţ, Gabriel
- Agriculture and Agricultural Science Procedia 2016 v.10 pp. 519-524
- Azospirillum brasilense; Helianthus annuus; algorithms; bacteria; bioeconomics; corn; crop rotation; crops; farms; models; nitrogen; nutrition; peas; weeds; wheat; Romania
- ... The paper fits in the field of bioeconomy, which aims the reconciliation between environment and economy, approaching the issue of substitution, even partially, of the synthetic nitrogen with the one biologically fixed to the wheat crop. The study began 12 years ago in a farm from Southern Romania (Burnas Plain) with a surface of 1000ha. In order to avoid monoculture, it has been proposed a crop r ...
- Onofrei, Vasilica; Burducea, Marian; Lobiuc, Andrei; Zamfirache, Maria-Magdalena; Teliban, Gabriel-Ciprian; Robu, Teodor
- Agriculture and Agricultural Science Procedia 2016 v.10 pp. 140-147
- Cynara cardunculus subsp. cardunculus; artichokes; chlorophyll; crops; cultivation area; fertilizer application; fertilizers; flavonoids; fluorescence; morphometry; phenolic compounds; photosynthesis; therapeutics; transpiration; Egypt
- ... The artichoke (Cynara scolymus L.) is an important medicinal and culinary herb, cultivated since Antiquity (4th century BC). It has been used in therapy since 16th century, but its coleretical action was discovered only in 1931. It was used as a vegetable in Ancient Egypt and in the Roman Empire. From the 15th century it has been frequently used as food. With the growing necessity of ecological pr ...