The paper presents the results obtained from field experiments conducted in 2002-2003. They evaluated the effect of irrigation and fertilizationof cherry on the yield and mineral content of some macro-and micronutrients in the soil.Years in which the study was conducted were varied in terms of rainfall-thermal conditions. The growing season in 2002 was characterized by a moderate amount of precipitation and air temperature,while the year2003 was clearly dry and warm. In the study of fruit crops increased under the influence of irrigation, an average of 2.5 kg in terms of a single tree. Similarly, applied fertilizer increased yields of cherries, but the biggest influence was spreading at 1NPK. Under the influence of a higher dose 2NPK fertilization, fruit yield has not increased. Agrotechnical used modified the soil chemcal properties. The most affected was N in the layer of topsoil and under.
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