Bulgarian Journal of Agricultural Science
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Optimized amount of hairy woodrose (Merremia aegyptia L.) in the productivity of coriander cultivars
Rogério Alexandrino da Silva, Whenia Benevides Ramalho, José Roberto de Sá, Janilson Pinheiro de Assis, Karla Elita Viegas Pereira, Rita Ianáskara Gomes da Silva, Maria Francisca Soares Pereira, Roberto Pequeno de Sousa, Paulo César Ferreira Linhares
Abstract: One experiment was conducted at the Rafael Fernandes Experimental Farm, in the Alagoinha district, rural area of Mossoró-Rn, Brazil, with the objective of evaluating optimized amount of hairy woodrose (Merremia aegyptia L.) in the productivity of coriander cultivars. The experimental design of randomized complete blocks with the treatments arranged in 5 x 2 factorial scheme with four replicates. The fi rst factor consisted of four amounts of hairy woodrose (0.0, 1.0, 2.0, 3.0 and 4.0 kg/m2 of dry beds) and the second factor corresponding to coriander cultivars (Verdão and Tabocas). The characteristics evaluated were:
plant height, number of stems per plant, productivity, number of bunches and dry mass. The best productive performance for coriander cultivars was obtained in the amount of 3.0 kg/m2 hairy woodrose incorporated into the soil. Between the coriander cultivars, Verdão was more productive than cultivating Tabocas. The cultivation of coriander cultivars is agronomically viable with the use of hairy woodrose as green manure.
Keywords: agroecological production; coriander; green manure; hairy woodrose
Date published: 2018-08-30
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