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The growth of Camellia in peanut shelles compost media in different concentrations of potassium

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Wzrost kamelii w podłożu z kompostu z łupin orzechów ziemnych o różnym stężeniu potasu
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Abstrakty
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Agricultural wastes management is a step toward sustainable agriculture. Peanut shelles as remained wastes of cultivating peanut has considerable volume which its compost can be used as available sources of ornamental plants medium. A factorial experiment based on randomized completely blocks design was conducted to investigate the impact of peanut shelles compost as the growth medium of Camellia in different concentrations of potassium. Fifteen treatments, every treatment at three replicates and 45 plots were used for experiment. The rooted cuttings of Camellia were planted and periodic watering with Hoagland solution was performed two times per week. After five months, the plants growth indices and the concentration and uptake nutrients were measured. Results showed that peanut shelles compost increased growth indices than in the control. In the most growth indices, the plant indicated a better response to 40% (w/w) compost and finally 60%. The results are indicator of providing the needed potassium for plant by peanut shelles compost than in the control.
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Zarządzanie odpadami rolniczymi jest krokiem w kierunku zrównoważonego rolnictwa. Łuski orzechów ziemnych jako pozostałość po uprawie orzechów mają znaczną objętość i w formie kompostu mogą być używane jako dostępne źródła podłoża dla roślin ozdobnych. Doświadczenie czynnikowe na podstawie całkowicie rondomizowanych bloków przeprowadzono w celu zbadania wpływu kompostu z łusek orzechów ziemnych jako podłoża dla kamelii przy różnych stężeniach potasu. Doświadczenie objęło piętnaście zabiegów w trzech powtórzeniach oraz 45 poletek. Posadzone ukorzenione sadzonki kamelii podlewano dwa razy w tygodniu roztworem Hoaglanda. Po pięciu miesiącach dokonano pomiaru wskaźników wzrostu roślin, a także stężenia i poboru substancji odżywczych. Na podstawie wyników stwierdzono, że kompost z orzechów ziemnych zwiększa wskaźniki wzrostu w porównaniu z kontrolą. W odniesieniu do większości wskaźników wzrostu, rośliny wykazywały lepszą reakcję w przypadku 40% i ostatecznie 60% dodatku kompostu (% wag.). Wyniki wskazują na skuteczniejsze dostarczanie potasu potrzebnego do wzrostu roślin w przypadku kompostu z łusek orzechów ziemnych w porównaniu z kontrolą.
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Rocznik
Tom
13
Numer
5
Opis fizyczny
p.163-176,ref.
Twórcy
  • Rasht Branch, Islamic Azad University, Rasht, Iran
autor
  • Rasht Branch, Islamic Azad University, Rasht, Iran
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