publication . Research . 2006

Effects of Irrigation Methods on the Growth of Petunia Grown in Heat Fusion Polyester Fiber Hardened Medium without Polythylene Pot

後藤, 丹十郎; 島, 浩二; 東, 千里; 森下, 照久; 藤井, 一徳; 元岡, 茂治;
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  • Published: 01 Feb 2006 Journal: 岡山大学農学部学術報告, volume 95, issue 1, pages 29-34 (issn: 0474-0254, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: 岡山大学農学部
Recenty, polyethylene pots(PP) present a significant environmental issue for waste disposal. To develop bedding plant production system without PP, properties of compacted medium hardened by heat fusion polyester fiber were investigated. Effects of irrigation methods on the growth of vegetative propagated petunia grown in medium without PP were investigated. The effect of medium type was not as significant as the difference in water loss per pot. Water loss per pot of medium without PP was about two times greater than medium held in PP. No compacted medium disintegrated easily without root-ball formation, and in 20 days after cutting about half of non-compacted ...
Medical Subject Headings: food and beveragesfungi
free text keywords: bedding plant, heat fusion polyester fiber, irrigation methods, polyethylene pot, water usage
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