Diana Elena Vizitiu, Daniela-Ionela Sardarescu, Carmen Florentina Popescu, Irina Fierascu, Radu Fierascu, Liliana Cristina Soare, Camelia Ungureanu
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Pesticides, plant bio-stimulants and chemical fertilizers used in intensified viticulture affects negatively the viability of the plants pollen causing relevant economic losses to viticulturists. Given these conditions, we aimed to identify the environmentally friendly phytosanitary treatments which does not negatively affect the evolution of pollen grains. The experiment took place in the greenhouse on 120 grapevine plants from the genotypes Feteasca alba 97 St., Feteasca regala 72 St., Feteasca neagra 6 St., Cabernet Sauvignon 131 St., 30 plants/genotype. These have been treated to combat the Plasmopara viticola and Uncinula necator pathogens with pesticides, biological products, plant extract and nanostructured mixture. The studied genotypes reacted differently regarding the evolution of the viability of pollen grains, the average pollen grains size and the total number of pollen grains. The best results have been registered at F. regala 72 St. (the viability was significantly improved at plants treated with plant extract and those with nanostructured mixture and the highest number of pollen grains was recorded at the plants treated with nanostructured mixture).

Cite this paper: Vizitiu, D.E., Sardarescu, D.I., popescu, C.F., Fierascu, I., Fierascu, R., Soare, L.C., Ungureanu, C. (2021). THE INFLUENCE OF VEGETAL EXTRACTS AND NANOSTRUCTURED MIXTURES ON GRAPEVINE POLLEN GRAINS. Current Trends in Natural Sciences, 10(19), 422-426. https://doi.org/10.47068/ctns.2021.v10i19.056

Current Trends in Natural Sciences

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