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Influences of Plug Size and Number of Seedling Per Cell on Plant Growth of Onion (Allium cepa L. cv. 'CAL 606')
Onion cv. 'CAL 606 ' was used in this experiment as plant materials to survey the growth of onions from two plug cell size (128 and 288 cell plugs) and three planting density (1, 2, or3 plant per cell). Result showed that leave number 、 bulb weights and bulb diameters of onions grown from 128 cells trays were greater than those grown in 288 cells after transplanting. Bulb neck diameters and bulbing ratios of onions grown from different plug size were not significantly different. As the number of plants per cell increased, leave number and bulb diameters decreased. There were no differences in bulb weights、bulb neck diameters and bulbing ratios different number of plants per cell.
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