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標題: 不同海拔穴盤苗、栽培月份和栽培密度對農友301品種番茄秋作生育與產量之影響
Influence of Plug Seedlings Grown at Different Elevations Planting Density and Date on Growth and Yield of Tomato cv. Known-You 301 in Fall Crop Season
作者: 陳鴻彬
Hung-Bin Chen
宋妤
張武男
Yu Sung
Woo-Nang Chang
關鍵字: 栽培月份
Growth Yield
栽培密度
蕃茄
秋作
生育
產量
穴盤苗
Plug seedlings
Planting Date
Planting Density
Tomato
Fall
摘要: 農友301品種番茄高海拔所育之苗莖徑顯著較平地者粗,株高顯著較平地者較矮。9月定植之始花節位,高海拔及平地穴盤苗無顯著差異,10月定植之高海拔穴盤苗始花節位最低,平均約63.節。第2~12週果實累計產量顯示總果數、平均單果重、總產量以10月定植者顯著大於9月者。高海苗於第2、4週採收之果數及產量顯著高於平地苗,第2週高海拔苗每小區(3平方公尺)果實產量達0.8公斤,至第4週累積到5.1公斤,而平地苗則由0.2公斤至2.9公斤,4週以後育苗地點對產量影響差異不顯著。於三栽培密度中,採收後4週以一穴栽1株,株距25公分之果數顯著增加,果重及果實大小則沒有顯著差異,總產量則顯著較一穴栽1株,株距50公分者,每小區可增加2.8公斤。
The stem diameter of the seedling grown at high elevation is larger but shorter than that grown at low elevation. No significantly difference was observed in the number of node of flower initiation among the seedlings from high or low elevation and planted in September, while the seedlings planted in Octorber, high elevation plants were found with 6.3 nodes lowest for flower initiation. Total fruit number, average fruit weight, and total yield for the planted in October were higher than those planted in September. Plants from high elevation seedling were higher yield and more fruits in the first 2 weeks and accumulated to 5.1 kg in the 4th weeks, while the yield plants from low elevation seedling was from 0.2 kg to 2.9 kg. Plant density study showed, one plant per hill and with 25 cm between plants had the highest fruit number. There is no significantly difference in fruit size and average fruit weight . The plot with one plant/25 cm/hill between plants produced 2.8 kg more in yield than one plant/50 cm/hill between plants in September or October planting.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/11455/81640
ISSN: 0255-5921
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