ISSN 2285-1364, ISSN CD-ROM 2285-5521, ISSN ONLINE 2285-1372, ISSN-L 2285-1364


Published in Scientific Bulletin. Series F. Biotechnologies, Vol. XVII
Written by Tatiana BOCLACI, Larisa CREMENEAC

Worm compost is one of the final products obtained as a result bioconversion technology of organic waste by worm cultivation. The product obtained is a natural organic fertilizer ecological, composed of grains of various sizes, color dark brown, odorless, hygroscopic with long acting. In this article are presented the results of research obtained in the field experiment during the period of three years.The experiment was organized in field conditions of Technological-Experimental Station 'Maximovca'.As research material was used worm compost-organic fertilizer and peas variety 'Renata'. In experiment were included 3 groups,with a surface such (two-experimental, one-control). Experimental on the batches before sowing, was incorporated organic fertilizer dose of 4t/ha and 3t/ha from dejections of cattle, as a result of use of technology bioconversion of organic waste by worm culture. The control group was grown peas with natural background. The research was conducted in order to assess the influence worm compost on the quality of peas.In the outcome research found that worm compost influences the beneficial the development at the phases phenology of the agricultural crops. Early development of agricultural crops at different phases phenology conditional increasing the quality of production the harvest, resistance in the adverse climatic conditions and at different maladies, allowing obtaining output ecological agricultural. Analysis of research results obtained revealed that worm compost has a positive impact on the quality of output of pea by increasing total nitrogen, crude protein and the decrease content of nitro compounds. The nitrogen content as total and crude protein in the samples of pea grown with fund worm compost, increased by properly with 42,38%-126,50% si 42,37%-127,50% and nitro compounds diminished by 5,76%-65,11%.Thus, into results of the investigations it was found improve the quality of peas intended grown with fund worm compost compared with the cultivated fund natural.

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