Nauka innov. 2012, 8(6):76–83
https://doi.org/10.15407/scin8.06.076

V.V. Morgun1, E.F. Shnyukov2, V.V. Schwartau1, V.О. Emelyanov3, L.M. Mykhalska1, T.S. Kukovskaya2
1Institute of Plant Physiology and Genetics NAS of Ukraine, Kyiv
2State Scientific Institution “Department of Marine Geology and Sedimentary Ore-Formation of NAS of Ukraine” Kyiv
3Institute of Geological Sciences NAS of Ukraine, Kyiv

 

Application of Deep Sea Organic-Mineral Sediments of the Black Sea in Highly Effective Winter Wheat Nutrition Technologies

Section: Scientific and Technical Innovative Projects of National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine
Language: Ukrainian
Abstract: The influence of deep sea organic-mineral sediments of the Black Sea (DSOMS) on Smuglianka winter wheat variety yield formation under ground and foliar application is examined, confirming their effectiveness in complex fertilizers. DSOMS elemental composition and possibility of using them as fertilizers and their components in the growing technology of high quality winter wheat and other crops were tested. The results of the DSOMS of the Black Sea study are the basis for the development of environmentally friendly nutrition systems in high growing technology and quality of agricultural crops.
Key words: agricultural cultures, wheat, sapropel, nutration elements, IСP-spectrometry.

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