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Effect of Long Term Waterlogging on the Growth and Nutrient Contents of `Campbell Early` and `Kyoho` Grapevine Cultivars
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Effect of Long Term Waterlogging on the Growth and Nutrient Contents of `Campbell Early` and `Kyoho` Grapevine Cultivars
Kang, Seok-Beom; Lee, In-Bog; Jang, Han-Ik; Park, Jin-Myeon; Moon, Doo-Khil;
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 Abstract
This work was carried out to investigate the effect of waterlogging on the growth and nutrient contents of `Campbell Early` and `Kyoho` grapevines under the vinyl house condition from June 14 to July 20, 2005. For the trial, seedlings of two-year-old grapevine were transplanted to 40 L pot with a sandy loam soil. Irrigation point of non-waterlogging(control) treatment was controlled at -40 kPa of soil water tension using tensiometer and waterlogging treatments were imposed for 35 days at the water levels of above 10 cm from the soil surface using tap water. The growth of aerial(shoot length, leaf number and stem diameter) and underground(root) parts of `Campbell Early` and `Kyoho` grapevines tended to be wholly reduced by waterlogging, while the growth of aerial parts were more severely impaired in `Kyoho` than in `Campbell Early` cultivar. The different responses for waterlogging between two grapevines seem to be related with the capacity for absorbing mineral nutrients, because nitrogen content of `Campbell Early` cultivar leaves was significantly higher than that of `Kyoho` cultivar although the contents of phosphorus and potassium in leaves of two grapevine cultivars were similarly declined. There was no significant different of fruit quality, such as contents of soluble solid, titratable acidity and weight of berry in `Campbell Early` between waterlogging and control. In `Kyoho` cultivar, however, berry weight and titratable acidity were decreased and soluble solid content was increased by waterlogging. It was assumed that waterlogging stress for grapevines promotes maturation and coloring processes of berries by stimulating maturation hormone such as ethylene. In conclusion, `Campbell Early` cultivar seems to be more tolerable than `Kyoho` cultivar when comparing the growth responses and nutrient contents between two grapevine cultivars under waterlogging.
 Keywords
waterlogging;growth;nutrient contents;grapevine;
 Language
Korean
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