Bioenergetic Effectiveness of Soy Cultivation (Glycine max L. Merr.)

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Sanakulov Akmal Lapasovich, Mamurov Hurshidjon Abduvokhidovich

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The article discusses the importance of soy cultivation, the timing of planting in this regard and the bioenergetic effectiveness of the use of bacterial fertilizer – Nitragin. In studies carried out in the conditions of the Soz-alluvial soils of the irrigated meadow of the Fergana region, dream and Oyjamal varieties of soybeans are planted in four terms: June 10-15, June 20-25, July 01-05 and July 10-15. In studies conducted(2018-2020.) it was taken into account that during the growing season of soy varieties, the arrival of photosynthetic active radiation (far)was 77.33-129.00 kdj/cm2 in terms of options. The coefficient of use of the far was 1.05-2.27% in terms of options.


When growing soybeans, the seeds were treated with Nitragin and planted in the second decade of June, ensuring leaf formation in plants of favorable sizes, optimal photosynthetic potential of the crop, and high productivity of the plant in exchange for the effective use of photosynthetic active radiation coming from the sun.

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