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    Cereals Potatoes Maize Flax Sunflower Sugar beet Grain crops and panicled cereals Legumes Fodder crops Vegetables Horticultures and berries Vine Decorative and other cultures

    Materials of this chapter are also published in:
    Х Kirsanova E.V. (2003) Ecological aspects of application of biostimulants on legumes and groat crops. Materials of All-Russia scientific and practical conference СWays of increasing effectiveness of agricultural scienceТ. Oryol, 14-16 Jul 2003, p. 101-110
    Х Kirsanova E.V., Putintsev A.F., Zhuk G.P., Glazova Z.I., Zlotnikov K.M., Zlotnikov A.K., Gins V.K. (2004) Biostimulant Albit is effective on legumes and groat crops. Zemledelie. Nr. 6. p. 40-42.

    Influence of Albit on pea was examined in 6 field trials by All-Russia Institute of Legumes and Groat Crops and All-Russia Institute of Vegetable Selection and Seed Breeding. Trials were performed in 2001-2003 on the following pea varieties: Orlus, Truzhenik, Vega, Orlovchanin, and Nord.

    Pea contains more than 150 g of digestable protein per 1 feed unit, whereas other forage crops, such as maize, barley, oat, contain 59, 70, 83 g respectively (animal nutrition standard Ц 110-120 g). High nutritious value of pea makes it a quite promising culture. Treatment with Albit is able to considerably increase its yield. According to results of the trials, treatment with Albit increased yield of pea by 2.5 centners/hectare (14.4% over control). Depending on year, variety and growing region yield increase varied from 1.0 to 6.2 centners/hectare. Yield of green biomass is also increased averagely by 18.0%. According to results of All-Russia Institute of Vegetable Selection and Seed Breeding, pea gives the highest yield increase in response to Albit treatment among all other tested legumes (soybean, kidney bean, lentil, fodder bean, lupine).

    It is necessary to note that presowing seed treatment of pea with Albit is efficient against root rots of different origin (Fusarium spp., Pythium debaryanum Hesse, Rhizoctonia sp.), which cannot be completely controlled by chemical protectants. The average Biological Efficiency (BE) of Albit against rot rots of pea is 41.4%, maximal BE is 73%; this is equal or even higher than BE of standard chemical protectants. Fungicidal activity of Albit was observed at disease prevalence of 90-100% and disease development of 25-61%. Albit is officially registered in Russia as fungicide against Fusarium root rot of pea.

    Besides increase of yield and control of diseases, Albit increases germination and germination power, length of stems and roots, number of productive nodes, blossoming abundance, number and weight of pods and seeds from one plant plant, decreases accumulation of radionuclides in yield.

    Application recommendations. It is recommended to perform presowing seed treatment and foliar spraying in budding stage. To decrease infestation of plants with root rots, one presowing treatment is sufficient; extra foliar spraying should be applied to obtain maximal yield. The recommended application rates of Albit are 50 ml/tonne, 30-40 ml/hectare.

    Foliar spraying with Albit is recommended to be combined with scheduled insecticide (based on alfa-cipermethrin, dimetoate) and herbicide (imazamox, bentazone) treatments to relieve toxical influence of pesticides and increase of yield. In these cases, application schedule of Albit can be changed to fit to application recommendations of corresponding insecticides and herbicides.

    Albit demonstrated high economical efficiency on pea. Net profit of Albit treatment is 600-2500 roubles from one hectare (based on all trials conducted in Russia in 2001-2004: to calculate equivalents in Euros, please use 2004 exchange rate of 1 Euro = 35 Rubles). Profitability of Albit treatments of pea is 190-640%.

    Results of long-term practical application of Albit on green pea in Krasnodar krai confirmed that this culture give even higher yield increase in response to Albit than fodder pea. Application rates and ways of treatment for green pea are the same, but economical effectiveness of Albit treatments is considerably higher due to high cost of final production.


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