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    Clover

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    The results of influence of Albit on clover were published in the article: Kharchenko G.L. Comprehensive protection and improvement of productivity clover using biostimulant Albit / G.L. Kharchenko, T.A. Ryabchinskaya, N.A. Sarantseva, I.U. Bobreshova, A.K. Zlotnikov // Protection and Quarantine of Plants. no. 6. - 2009. - p. 32.

    urrently, clover is one of the most perspective agricultural crop. It is grown for green fodder, hay, silage, haylage, for the preparation of grass meal, pellets and briquettes.

    For clover, as well as other perennial grasses, adaptive activity of Albit is important, such as increase the ability of plants to endure different stresses (wintering, drought, mowing). Because of this, clover is one of the most responsive culture to the biostimulant - average yield increase of green mass under the influence of Albit in the field trials was 36%.

    According to the results of field trials conducted on clover, VNNII Agricultural Chemistry RAAS recommends using Albit on clover to enhance growth and formative processes, enhance the regrowth after bevelling, increase the number of inflorescences, acceleration of development growth phases, enhance resistance to unfavorable environmental factors, enhance stability to diseases, increase yields of green mass, improve product quality.

    We give examples of field trials on clover.

    Evaluation of the efficacy of Albit on clover was carried out in SPK "Tarbaevo" Suzdal district Vladimir region (2006), where the treatment was carried out in field trial on vegetation in the phase of stem at rate consumption 50 mL/ha. It was obtained increase yield of green mass - 7% due to Albit treatment.

    In Research Institute of Fodder (Brno suburb, Czech Republic, 2012) it was examined the effect of Albit on clover meadow. It has been shown that when using 60 mL/ton Albit for presowing seed treatment and 40 mL/ha Albit for spraying crops, yield increase of clover meadow vs. control was 14.2% (the sum of all mowing).

    In field trials VNIIZR (Voronezh region, Ramon district, 2008) it was conducted two-fold spraying of crops of clover variety Trubetchinsky local during vegetation period. Both treatments with Albit (in phase regrowth of plants and in the beginning of budding) had a significant positive impact on growth and development of plants. It was shown significant influence of biostimulant on the formation generative organs. At the same time, the greatest effect (quantity of knotted buds) was observed when using Albit at consumption rate 0.04 L/ha (174.8% vs. control). Due to increasing the height of the stems (by 10.7-27.4%) and their weight (by 40.7-57.3%) compared to control, crop of green mass of culture significantly increased. Harvest of green mass of clover under the influence of Albit in all variants has grown by about 40% (by 43.3% with Albit using after first mowing, 40.4% - after second mowing). In general, based on the amount of mowing, double treatment with Albit allowed to obtain from 144 to 183 additional centners of green mass per hectare with an average yield in the control 450 centner/ha.

    Also, the biostimulant Albit, providing the immunizing effect on clover, showed a high enough protective effect against wide range of clover diseases. It was found that the maximum immuno-inducing effect of biostimulant against a pathogens was showed in the double treatment of clover with Albit in consumption rate 0.04 L/ha. At this dose biostimulant restrained development all studied clover diseases: powdery mildew, ascochyta-leaf spot, brown patch, and, in particular, anthracnose and rust (biological efficiency 92.2 and 72.7%, respectively). In the case of rust, fungicidal effect of drug was clearly visible in the early manifestation of the disease, as well as on the background of increasing of the infectious process in June.

    With increasing consumption rate of biostimulant up to 70-100 mL/ha, the speed of development of the generative organs was increased, resulting in increase the quantity of pink buds about 2 times (it is important for seed crops). However, when study various consumption rates of Albit, it was concluded that based on many indicators of stimulating, protective and economic effect, the optimal dose is 40 mL/ha (FGNU VNIIZR MSKh RF, 2008).

    The pure income when using Albit in the field trial was 21678 rubles/ha, recoupment of costs when adding of biostimulant - 9.5 times.

    Based on results of conducted field trial, the following method of using biostimulant is considered optimal for clover: sprayings of plants at the beginning of the resumption of vegetation (after overwintering), second - in the phase of stem - the beginning of budding (or after mowing grass). The ratio of the treatments - 2. The consumption rate - 40 mL/ha at consumption rate of working fluid - 300 L/ha.



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