Development and dry mass accumulation in callalily at the initial cultivation stage

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Autor(a) principal: Carneiro,Daniella Nogueira Moraes
Data de Publicação: 2011
Outros Autores: Almeida,Elka Fabiana Aparecida, Paiva,Patrícia Duarte de Oliveira, Frazão,Jussara Ellen Morais, Santos,Fernanda Helena de Souza, Carneiro,Leandro Flávio
Tipo de documento: Artigo
Idioma: eng
Título da fonte: Ciência e Agrotecnologia (Online)
Texto Completo: http://old.scielo.br/scielo.php?script=sci_arttext&pid=S1413-70542011000600007
Resumo: The cultivation of the calla lily, despite its importance in the floriculture sector, is still limited due to the lack of knowledge of basic production techniques such as development and dry mass accumulation. These techniques facilitate more appropriate management, especially regarding the application of fertilizers, providing better nutrients utilization and greater yields. Thus, this study was aimed at evaluating the growth and development of calla lily plants, establishing growth curves according to dry mass accumulation. Acclimatized and micropropagated calla lily plantlets were grown in plastic pots containing coconut fiber as a substrate and fertilized with a modified formula of Malavolta. Treatments consisted of assessments at intervals of 30 days for 7 months. The design was in randomized blocks with four replications, in a total of 28 plots. Plants were evaluated by observing their growth characteristics and development of shoots, rhizome, roots, as well as production and flower quality. Development of the plants increased throughout the experimental period, with the maximum dry mass accumulation occurring at the end of the experimental period. Blooming was constant with the length of flower stalks increasing with along with the age of the plant.
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title Development and dry mass accumulation in callalily at the initial cultivation stage
spellingShingle Development and dry mass accumulation in callalily at the initial cultivation stage
Carneiro,Daniella Nogueira Moraes
Zantedeschia aethiopica
floriculture
growth
production
title_short Development and dry mass accumulation in callalily at the initial cultivation stage
title_full Development and dry mass accumulation in callalily at the initial cultivation stage
title_fullStr Development and dry mass accumulation in callalily at the initial cultivation stage
title_full_unstemmed Development and dry mass accumulation in callalily at the initial cultivation stage
title_sort Development and dry mass accumulation in callalily at the initial cultivation stage
author Carneiro,Daniella Nogueira Moraes
author_facet Carneiro,Daniella Nogueira Moraes
Almeida,Elka Fabiana Aparecida
Paiva,Patrícia Duarte de Oliveira
Frazão,Jussara Ellen Morais
Santos,Fernanda Helena de Souza
Carneiro,Leandro Flávio
author_role author
author2 Almeida,Elka Fabiana Aparecida
Paiva,Patrícia Duarte de Oliveira
Frazão,Jussara Ellen Morais
Santos,Fernanda Helena de Souza
Carneiro,Leandro Flávio
author2_role author
author
author
author
author
dc.contributor.author.fl_str_mv Carneiro,Daniella Nogueira Moraes
Almeida,Elka Fabiana Aparecida
Paiva,Patrícia Duarte de Oliveira
Frazão,Jussara Ellen Morais
Santos,Fernanda Helena de Souza
Carneiro,Leandro Flávio
dc.subject.por.fl_str_mv Zantedeschia aethiopica
floriculture
growth
production
topic Zantedeschia aethiopica
floriculture
growth
production
description The cultivation of the calla lily, despite its importance in the floriculture sector, is still limited due to the lack of knowledge of basic production techniques such as development and dry mass accumulation. These techniques facilitate more appropriate management, especially regarding the application of fertilizers, providing better nutrients utilization and greater yields. Thus, this study was aimed at evaluating the growth and development of calla lily plants, establishing growth curves according to dry mass accumulation. Acclimatized and micropropagated calla lily plantlets were grown in plastic pots containing coconut fiber as a substrate and fertilized with a modified formula of Malavolta. Treatments consisted of assessments at intervals of 30 days for 7 months. The design was in randomized blocks with four replications, in a total of 28 plots. Plants were evaluated by observing their growth characteristics and development of shoots, rhizome, roots, as well as production and flower quality. Development of the plants increased throughout the experimental period, with the maximum dry mass accumulation occurring at the end of the experimental period. Blooming was constant with the length of flower stalks increasing with along with the age of the plant.
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