Vegetative Development of Radish Seedlings in Different Organic Substrates

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Mario Euclides Pechara da Costa Jaeggi
Rogério Rangel Rodrigues
Israel Martins Pereira
Magno do Carmo Parajara
Richardson Sales Rocha
Derivaldo Pureza da Cruz
Edevaldo de Castro Monteiro
Wallace Luis de Lima
Carolina de Oliveira Bernardes
Geraldo de Amaral Gravina
Samuel Ferreira da Silva
Samyra de Araújo Capetini

Abstract

The objective of this work was to evaluate the vegetative development of radish seedlings in different organic substrates with seeds from two types of commercial packing. The completely randomized design was used in a 4 x 2 factorial scheme, consisting of four substrates (commercial, tanned bovine manure, mixed organic compound and vermicompost) and two seed packings (aluminized envelope and can), with eight replications, totalizing 64 seedlings. The biometric evaluations of the seedlings were carried out on the 14th day after sowing, and the following phytotechnical parameters were evaluated: leaf number, total fresh mass; fresh mass from aerial part and fresh mass from the root. According to the results, the commercial, vermicompost and mixed organic substrates provided the best results for the variables evaluated when the can was used.

Keywords:
Raphanus sativus L., organic residue, seedlings production.

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da Costa Jaeggi, M. E. P., Rangel Rodrigues, R., Pereira, I. M., do Carmo Parajara, M., Sales Rocha, R., Pureza da Cruz, D., de Castro Monteiro, E., Luis de Lima, W., de Oliveira Bernardes, C., de Amaral Gravina, G., Ferreira da Silva, S., & de Araújo Capetini, S. (2019). Vegetative Development of Radish Seedlings in Different Organic Substrates. Journal of Experimental Agriculture International, 41(6), 1-8. https://doi.org/10.9734/jeai/2019/v41i630427
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