The Effect of Foliar Nutrition with Sulphur and Boron, Amino Acids on Morphological Characteristics of Rosette and Wintering Winter Rape (Brassica napus L.)
Marek Gugała 1  
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Anna Sikorska 2  
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Department of Agrotechnology, Faculty of Natural Sciences, Siedlce University of Natural Sciences and Humanities, Prusa St. 14, 08-110 Siedlce, Poland
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Department of Agriculture, The State Higher School of Vocational Education in Ciechanów, 06-400 Ciechanów, Poland
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Marek Gugała   

Department of Agrotechnology, Faculty of Natural Sciences, Siedlce University of Natural Sciences and Humanities, Prusa St. 14, 08-110 Siedlce, Poland
Data publikacji: 01-06-2019
 
J. Ecol. Eng. 2019; 20(6):190–197
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The field experiment was carried out in 2016-2019 at the Agricultural Experimental Station - Zawady belonging to the University of Natural Sciences and Humanities in Siedlce. The experiment was established in a random split-plot system in three repetitions. The surface of one plot was 21 m-2. The examined factors were I - three varieties of winter rape: Monolit (population variety), PX115 (hybrid variety restored with a semi-dwarf growth type), PT248 (hybrid variety restored with a traditional growth type). II - four types of foliar feeding: 1. control object (without foliar feeding and biostimulator), 2. biostimulator Aminoplant, 3. Foliar fertilizer Siarkomag + foliar fertilizer Bormax, 4. Foliar fertilizer Siarkomag + foliar fertilizer Bormax + biostimulator Aminoplant. The aim of the study was to determine the effect of foliar nutrition on the number of leaves in the rosette, elevation height of the cone of growth, root collar diameter, length of pile root and wintering of three varieties of winter rape. Foliar nutrition with sulphur, boron combined with amino acids increased the number of rosette leaves (on average by 27.1%), root diameter (on average by 11.0%), pile root length (on average by 9.7%) and provided the best wintering of plants compared to the control variant. Irrespective of the foliar nutrition used, the elevation height of the growth cone was the same. The genetic factor did not affect the number of leaves in the rosette. The population morphotype and the long-stemmed hybrid had the same elevation height of the growth cone, while the population variety was distinguished by the greater diameter of the root neck, while the restored hybrid with the traditional type of growth with a longer pile root compared to the remaining varieties. Diverse climatic conditions prevailing during summer and autumn vegetation and winter dormancy in the years of research have influenced the cut of plants and wintering.