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Title :Studies on sugarcane cultivation : 2. Effects of the mixture of charcoal with pyroligneous acid on dry matter production and root growth of summer planted sugarcane (Saccharum officinarum L.)
Title alternative :サトウキビの栽培に関する研究 : 第2報 木酢液・木炭混合物が夏植サトウキビの乾物生産および根の生育に及ぼす影響
Authors :Uddin, S. M. Moslem
Murayama, Seiichi
Ishimine, Yukio
Tsuzuki, Eiji
Harada, Jiro
Authors alternative :ウデイン, S. M. モスレム
村山, 盛一
石嶺, 行男
続, 栄治
原田, 二郎
Issue Date :Dec-1995
Abstract :An experiment was conduced to study the effects of a mixture of charcoal with pyroligneous acid (charcoal 4 : pyroligneous acid 1 ; Sannekka E) on dry matter production and root growth of summer planted sugarcane. Sugarcane variety NCo310 was tested against four levels of Sannekka E (SE) ; 0 (control), 200, 400, and 800 Kg 10a^<-1> and the experiment was laid out in a randomized complete block design with five replications. Yield contributing characters, such as stalk number, stalk length, stalk diameter and sugar content in stalks were increased by application of SE. Values of CGR, NAR and LAI of SE treated crops were higher in comparison to those of the controls. The correlation coefficients between CGR and NAR, and CGR and LAI were significant. The yield of cane stalks, sugar and total dry matter content in SE treated plots had been increased by 13-24%, 19-31% and 14-20%, respectively, over the controls. The highest cane stalk yield (11.4 kg m^<-2>), sugar yield (1.95 kg m^<-2>) and total dry matter content (4.4 kg m^<-2>) were obtained by the application of SE of 400 kg 10a^<-1>. Root content in unit soil cover depths was higher in SE treated plots.
Type Local :雑誌掲載論文
ISSN :0011-1848
Publisher :日本作物学会
URI :http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12000/4887
Citation :日本作物学会紀事 = Japanese Journal of Crop Science Vol.64 no.4 p.747 -753
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