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RESTRICTIVE FACTORS FOR FRUIT - GROWING USE ON TERRAINS WITHIN THE SÂRCA FRUIT-GROWING BASIN

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Author(s): Gabriela Boronia

Journal: Soil Forming Factors and Processes from the Temperate Zone
ISSN 1582-4616

Volume: 9;
Issue: 1;
Start page: 51;
Date: 2010;
Original page

Keywords: restrictive factor | fruit-growing basin | agricultural terrain | fruit-growing | environmental conditions | anthropic factor

ABSTRACT
From the the analysis of physical and chemical characteristics of the soil, of some climatic and hydrological elements as well as some environmental specific factors such as drainage, surface erosion, gradient, inundability etc, result a number of limiting factors (deficiencies) of the agricultural terrains, which determine certain restrictions in their use for fruit-growing. Restrictions are refered to natural factors that impose crop limitations, but also the danger of anthropic reductions through exploition with similar effects, but a differential impact. This paper aims at presenting the main terrain limiting factors, following restrictions imposed by relief, climate, pedologic and hydrological conditions (terrain constitutive elements). On the other hand, factors that generate deficiencies in fruit-growing plantations have also been considered: reduced growth, slow fruition, and slow root system development, growth and fructification cycle shortening lead to crop reductions.

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