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Biological efficacy and safety of a number of chemicals for pea crops protection against noxious pests are assessed within the program of purposeful pesticide assortment expansion. Regulations of their application were developed and comprehensively tested. They make it possible not only to increase importance of conducting protection measures in crops, but to reduce number of vegetating plants ...

SUBJECT: biological efficacy; application regulations; pest; pesticide assortment; insecticides

POSTED TO: Legumes and Groat Crops

The article addresses issues of improvement of forage base of beekeeping by sowing grass pea in the mixture with mustard white. It was found that the white mustard is a good honey plant, and its additional sowing to the grass pea significantly increases the number of insect pollinators and honey bees on crops, that allows you to extend the honey collection period. Mustard performs the role of ...

SUBJECT: mixture; white mustard; variety; insects-pollinators; yield

POSTED TO: Legumes and Groat Crops

The major reasons and elements of pea crop protection against diseases are viewed. Results of current state analysis of fungicide assortment and aspects of nearest prospects of its improvement are presented. Results of regulations development and tests of effects of their application including new preparations in crops in different soil and climatic zones of Russia are given

SUBJECT: root rots; application regulations; disease development; pathogens; fungicides

POSTED TO: Legumes and Groat Crops

Electrophoretic analysis of seed protein in 9 cultural and 15 wild pea accessions was conducted. Discriminant analysis of polymorphic bands was performed for assignment of their protein to cultural or wild types. As a result nine polymorphic bands were discriminated. Five bands preferably contained proteins of wild pea accessions. Four discriminated bands were composed by proteins of wild pea ...

SUBJECT: convicilin; discriminant analysis; storage protein; legumin.; vicilin

POSTED TO: Legumes and Groat Crops

Pea refers to self-pollinators, but on its crops there are many kinds of insects, including honey bees. This is due to various reasons: the presence of a large number of weeds, sweet secretions of aphids, especially in hot weather, etc. The article considers morphobiological features of common pea in joint crops with white mustard, as well as their attendance by insect pollinators. It was esta ...

SUBJECT: common pea; variety; white mustard; yield; insect pollinators

POSTED TO: Legumes and Groat Crops

Presents the results of the generate of mixed agrocenoses with different relation of pea and oat, depending on the conditions of the year. The decrease of the competitiveness of components of the mixture in the conditions of lack of moisture during the period of seedling development. A particularly strong negative impact of the spring drought has affected the development of shoots of oats, in ...

SUBJECT: oats; agrocenosis; productivity; protein; competitive ability

POSTED TO: Legumes and Groat Crops

Pea refers to self-pollinators, but on its crops there are many kinds of insects, including honey bees. This is due to various reasons: the presence of a large number of weeds, sweet secretions of aphids, especially in hot weather, etc. The article considers morphobiological features of common pea in joint crops with white mustard, as well as their attendance by insect pollinators. It was esta ...

SUBJECT: common pea; variety; white mustard; yield; insect pollinators

POSTED TO: Legumes and Groat Crops

Presents the results of the generate of mixed agrocenoses with different relation of pea and oat, depending on the conditions of the year. The decrease of the competitiveness of components of the mixture in the conditions of lack of moisture during the period of seedling development. A particularly strong negative impact of the spring drought has affected the development of shoots of oats, in ...

SUBJECT: oats; agrocenosis; productivity; protein; competitive ability

POSTED TO: Legumes and Groat Crops

The paper presents the study results on the fatty acid content and composition of oil in seeds in pea accessions – carriers of r and rb mutations. It was established that almost the entire sample of wrinkled varieties were r mutation carriers. Their starch granules had a complex morphotype, and the amylase content in starch was 61–67%. Only one accession with wrinkled seeds had simple starch g ...

SUBJECT: in seeds in pea accessions – carriers of r and rb; the paper presents the study results on the fatty; and in rb mutants – with elevated stearate and ole; and the starch content did not exceed 28%; which makes it possible to identify it as a rb mut

POSTED TO: Legumes and Groat Crops

The study of various pea samples in the conditions of the Kamennaya Steppe, Voronezh region, made it possible to identify the most promising of them, capable of producing a grain with a high content of protein, sugars and starch.

SUBJECT: sugars; protein; starch; pea; sample

POSTED TO: Legumes and Groat Crops