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Growth Characteristics and Ginsenoside Contents of 4 Years Old Korean Ginseng (Panax ginseng C.A. Meyer) by Shade Materials and Green Manure Crops
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  • Journal title : KOREAN JOURNAL OF CROP SCIENCE
  • Volume 60, Issue 4,  2015, pp.504-509
  • Publisher : The Korean Society of Crop Science
  • DOI : 10.7740/kjcs.2015.60.4.504
 Title & Authors
Growth Characteristics and Ginsenoside Contents of 4 Years Old Korean Ginseng (Panax ginseng C.A. Meyer) by Shade Materials and Green Manure Crops
Seong, Bong-Jae; Kim, Sun-Ick; Lee, Ka-Soon; Kim, Hyun-Ho; Won, Jun-Yeon; So, Jung D.; Cho, Jin-Woong;
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 Abstract
This research carried out to figure out the effect of the green manure crop cultivated at a preparation field and the shading net on the growth, development, and quality of ginseng. Followings are results obtained from the research. Leaf width of ginseng under the shading net of a two-layered blue and two-layered black polythylene net (TBTBPN) was good at rye and hairy vetch cultured group. Leaf length of ginseng under the shading net of a three-layered blue and one-layered black polyethylene net (TBOBPN) was good at barley and hairy vetch cultured group. Meanwhile, leaf width was good at hairy vetch cultured group. Leaf length of ginseng under a blue polyethylene sheet (BPS) was good at a barley and barley + hairy vetch cultured group, but stem length was shorter compare to other shading net cultivations. Root weight of ginseng was good under the shading net of a two-layered blue and two-layered black polyethylene net (TBTBPN) at a rye and hairy vetch cultured group, and was good under the shading net of a three-layered blue and onelayered black polyethylene net (TBOBPN) at a barley + hairy vetch cultured group, but there was no significant difference under blackout screen according to manure crop varieties. Ratio of rusty root was 10.2% at the barley cultured group under the shading net of a two-layered blue and two-layered black polyethylene net (TBTBPN), and was 23.1% at hairy vetch cultured group under shading net of a three-layered blue and one-layered black polyethylene net (TBOBPN). Ratio of rusty root was the lowest at a rye cultured group regardless the shading nets. Content of the ginsenoside was the highest at the rye cultured group under the shading net of two-layered blue and two-layered black polyethylene net (TBTBPN), was the highest at the barley cultured group under the shading net of a three-layered blue and one-layered black polyethylene net (TBOBPN), and was the highest at the rye cultured group under the blackout screen.
 Keywords
ginseng;green manure crop;shade net;ginsenoside;
 Language
Korean
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