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Seedling Qualities of Hot Pepper according to Seedling Growth Periods and Growth and Yield after Planting
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Seedling Qualities of Hot Pepper according to Seedling Growth Periods and Growth and Yield after Planting
Kim, Ho Cheol; Cho, Yun Hee; Ku, Yang Gyu; Bae, Jong Hyang;
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 Abstract
This study was carried out to investigate seedling quality, growth characteristics and yield of hot pepper (Capsicum annum) grown in the open field according to seedling growth periods (SGPs) of 45, 55, 65, 75, and 85 days. Before planting, plant height, node number, leaf area, fresh and dry weight of seedlings were high in longer-SGP treatments, the T/R ratio was high in SGP 45 and SGP 85 treatments compared with other treatments. At 10 weeks after planting, plant height, stem diameter and leaf area of plants treated with SGP 45 and SGP 55 were significantly higher compared to other treatments. Fresh and dry weight of the plant with SGP 45 treatment was greatest, however, the dry matter percentage with SGP 45 was low compared to other treatments. Fruiting number and weight per plant were highest in SGP 45 treatment. Shorter SGP treatments such as 45 and 55 days gave greatly increased total weight of ripened fruit at 18 weeks after planting. Our results showed that SGP for hot pepper grown in the open field influences plant growth parameters and marketable yield, so that SGP 45 to SGP 55 is optimum to cultivate hot pepper plant.
 Keywords
Capsicum annum;dry matter percentage;leaf area;seedling;
 Language
Korean
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