Year 2014, Volume 60, Issue 2

Year : 2014
Volume : 60
Issue : 2
   
Authors : Dejan DULETIĆ and Slavko MIJOVIĆ
Title : YIELD AND QUALITY OF GRAPES OF THE CARDINAL VARIETY DEPENDING ON DIFFERENT FOLIAR FERTILIZERS
Abstract : Since contemporary viticulture system sees an increasing use of foliar fertilizers, the main purpose of this research is to determine which of the liquid foliar fertilizers applied will create the best effect on agro-biological and technological properties, that is, on the quantity and quality of grape yield of the Cardinal variety. The research was done in 2013, on the trial plot of the Biotechnical Faculty, which lasted for one year. The trial was set using the randomized block design method. Planting distance is 2.5x1.2 m. The training system is two-folded cordon formed at the height of 60 cm. Mixed pruning. Five types of foliar fertilizers were applied: Folifertil B11, Wuxal Super, Wuxal Magnesium, Wuxal Ferro and Slavol. The biggest effect on the yield of grapes of the Cardinal variety manifested in foliar fertilizers Wuxal Super, Folifertil B11 and Slavol. The highest yield per vine plant was achieved in the variant 2 (Wuxal Super), amounting to 4.5 kg, while the lowest yield (2.9 kg/vine plant) was recorded in the control. The highest sugar content in grape juice (18.65%) was measured in the variant treated with Folifertil B11 (variant 1). Application of different types of foliar fertilizers did not have a significant effect on total acid contents in the grape juice of the Cardinal variety. On the control variant it was identified the highest content of total acid.
For citation : Dejan DULETIĆ and Slavko MIJOVIĆ (2014): YIELD AND QUALITY OF GRAPES OF THE CARDINAL VARIETY DEPENDING ON DIFFERENT FOLIAR FERTILIZERS. Agriculture and Forestry, Vol. 60 Issue 2: 85-91, Podgorica
Keywords : Cardinal variety, foliar fertilizers, agro-biological and technological properties
   
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ISSN 0554-5579 (Printed)
ISSN 1800-9492 (Online)
DOI : 10.17707/AgricultForest

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