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Effects of planting date for the prevention of frost-pillar damage and replanting of damaged plant on onion (Allium cepa L.)
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Effects of planting date for the prevention of frost-pillar damage and replanting of damaged plant on onion (Allium cepa L.)
Kwon, Young-Seok; Choi, In-Hu; Kim, Cheol-Woo; Choi, Min-Seon; Kwak, Jung-Ho; Lim, Yong-Pyo;
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 Abstract
In the year 2013, onions cultivation in Jeonnam province suffered by frost-pillar damage. To reveal the aspects of the cause and outbreak, we surveyed those damaged areas. Usually the frost-pillar damage occurred in February. But the outbreak aspect is so unforeseeable. In 2013, the damage was shown as 10.6% in onion fields including paddy fields, but no damage was noticed in 2014. The damage was noticed as 77.8% in paddy fields and 30.1% in upland. And, by the difference of the onion transplanting date, it occurred as 0.7% by the middle of November to the early of November, 22% by the middle of November and 69.0% by the early of December. If one performed the supplementary planting at week of February, the highest survival percent was observed as 53.3%. If the date is early, another frost-pillar damage was occurred. If it`s late, the damaged plant was perished with dry. In any case, we found improper transplanting caused the yield decrease. Therefore, we recommend the timely transplanting is the most important way for the prevention of frost-pillar damage in the onion cultivation.
 Keywords
Allium cepa L.;Frost pillar;Re-planting;Planting time;
 Language
Korean
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