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Non-tillage Culture of Calla Lily at Highland
|關鍵字:||water and soil conservation;撒播;Sowing;bentgrass;clover;小康草;白花三葉草;水土保持||Project:||興大園藝, Volume 30, Issue 2, Page(s) 1-10.
Horticulture NCHU, Volume 30, Issue 2, Page(s) 1-10.
Mudflow and lanslides limits agricultural development at highland in Taiwan. This research of non-tillage culture calla lily 'Florex Gold' at horticultural experimental station of NCHU, altitude 2,000 m, centerTaiwan, we planted 50 kg small tubers which diameter under 3 ㎝ by sowing in an afternoon. There were 68.29% which rooting. Non-tillage culture is on mixed grass, next is on bentgrass, next is on clover. There are no significant difference with peduncle length in 5 treatments. Non-tillage culture of calla lily was succeeds fully plant on bentrass at hill. There were higher plant height and peduncle length on northern hill. Water and soil conservation were achieved successfully with non-tillage culture in highland agriculture.
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