effect of planting density and harvest interval on the

SOWING DATE PLANT DENSITY FRUITS PER PLANT AND HARVEST

Plant density was the controlling factor of seed yield higher plant density produced remarkably higher seed yield than those with low density Sowing date had significant effects on seed yield the highest seed yield (551 42 g plot -1 ) was obtained when seeds were sown on March 23 which was 155 44% higher than the lowest seed yield produced

Effects of Corn Hybrid Plant Density and Harvest Time on

a composite of 5 corn plants Season length plant density and harvest timing were fixed effects Orthogonal contrasts were used to test the effects of harvest timing and plant density Statistical interactions between fixed effects although biologically plausi-ble were ignored due to extent of replication and for clarity of data interpretation

Growth fructan yield and quality of chicory (Cichorium

To the best of the authors' knowledge many experiments have been performed on genotype screening effects of harvest date nitrogen supply and plant density on root and fructan yields of chicory (Meijer and Mathijssen 1992 Baert 1997 Amaducci and Pritoni 1998 Demeulemeester et al 1998 Desprez et al 1999 Monti et al 2002) it was

Effect of inter

Nov 20 2018The study was conducted in 2017 main cropping season at two locations in North Gondar Zone Ethiopia to determine the optimum inter- and intra-row spacing of mung bean for maximum yield and yield components The experiment was laid in a randomized complete block design with three replications in a factorial arrangement of four inter-row (20 30 40 and 50 cm) and three intra-row (5

Soybeans for Hay or Silage

If the decision to harvest as forage is made at planting one should plant a late maturing variety Late maturing varieties tend to grow taller and produce more forage Studies by Hintz et al (table 1) indicated little effect of plant population on soybean yield above 100 000 plants per acre

Yield of different varieties of cassava (Manihot esculenta

commercial roots per plant when population density decreases (plant/ha) being higher at a density of 5 000 plants/ha for six harvest intervals (6 8 10 12 14 and 16 months) This finding by the authors is attributed to plants competition being at a lower density less competition for

The effect of planting row interval and plant density on

Planting arrangement through the plant's phonological traits affect on plant yield In order to the experiment was done in factorial randomized complete block design with three replicates in 2010 in Kermanshah Mahidasht In this experiment the three row intervals of 25 35 and 45 cm plant intervals and three rows 10 15 and 20 cm were compared

Harvest effects on density and biomass of Neopicrorhiza

a strong negative effect on both density and biomass In the protected region the effect of harvest intensity on plant density was positive for vegetative and negative for reproductive individuals whereas in the open-access region the effect was nega-tive for both vegetative and reproductive individuals The results indicated that a low

Effect of planting density and harvest protocol on field

The moderate harvest protocol performed with medium planting density was the optimal Cd and Cu decontamination technique Although the high planting-density field without coppice rotation had the strongest potential for Pb decontamination it would take more time to remove other metals for the multi-metal-polluted soil decontamination

The Effect of Preharvest Factors on Fruit and Nutritional

Aug 14 2018These conditions will affect plant growth and development and subsequently plant metabolites such as those mentioned previously [12 51] 5 6 Planting date Planting date in glasshouse production affected phenolic content and a statistically significant interaction was found between planting date and fruit order [ 39 ]

The effect of planting row interval and plant density on

Planting arrangement through the plant's phonological traits affect on plant yield In order to the experiment was done in factorial randomized complete block design with three replicates in 2010 in Kermanshah Mahidasht In this experiment the three row intervals of 25 35 and 45 cm plant intervals and three rows 10 15 and 20 cm were compared

Effects of plant density on leaf area index anthesis to

Effects of plant density on leaf area index anthesis to silking interval yield and yield components of maize inbreds and their sister-lines 2019 20 (1) p 179-193 Dario Jareš Sanja Balaš Krnjić Marina Vranić Zlatko Svečnjak Abstract Yield of maize inbreds

[PDF] Effect of Plant Density and Harvest Stage on Yield

Rheum tanguticum is a widely used and spread medical plant on the Qinghai-Tibet plateau However over exploitation of R tanguticum has made the storage of it sharply decreased While only few studies concentrated on cultivation of this medical plant The primary purpose of this study is to explore the effects of plant density and harvest stage on quality and yield of R tanguticum Five

Increase Planting Densities To Increase Hydroponic Basil

Dec 26 2015Furthermore the magnitude of the effect of increasing planting densities was greater under the higher daily light intervals These results apply to single harvest basil only Different planting densities may be optimal for growers using a multiple harvest method

Effects of Light Quantity Quality on Plants

Time Harvest Schedules by Regulating the Quantity of Light Exposure Light quantity as measured by the intensity of light in watts and the amount of light to which the plant is exposed on a daily basis affects plant's rate of photosynthesis

The effects of harvest date and frequency on the yield

determine the effect of a 3-week or 6week harvest - interval (Figure 2 plots A and B four plots per harvest interval) Harvest dates were 19 May 02 June (only 3- week harvest interval) 30 June 21 July (only 3-week harvest interval) 11 August 01 September (only 3week harvest interval) and 22 September - 2017

Effect of Planting Density and Harvest Time on Yield and

【Abstract】Objective: To study the effects of different planting densities and harvest time on the yield and quality of Miao medicine Blumea balsamifera in order to provide a theoretical basis for Good Agriculture Practice (GAP) Methods: Two-factor trials were used to study the influences of planting density and harvest time on the yield and quality of B balsamifera

Effects of plant density on leaf area index anthesis to

Effects of plant density on leaf area index anthesis to silking interval yield and yield components of maize inbreds and their sister-lines 2019 20 (1) p 179-193 Dario Jareš Sanja Balaš Krnjić Marina Vranić Zlatko Svečnjak Abstract Yield of maize inbreds

Effect of Double Planting Density and Smaller

To evaluate the effect of seeding density associated with the different rates of mineral fertilizers on the agronomic performance of quality protein maize (QPM) a study was conducted in Mvuazi station during the 2017-2018 cropping season Three planting densities (40 000 53 333 and 106 666 plantsha-1) and four mineral fertilizer rates with localized placement namely: D1: 0 kg NPK + 0 kg

Effect of planting density and harvest protocol on field

The moderate harvest protocol performed with medium planting density was the optimal Cd and Cu decontamination technique Although the high planting-density field without coppice rotation had the strongest potential for Pb decontamination it would take more time to remove other metals for the multi-metal-polluted soil decontamination

Canadian Journal of Plant Science

Harvest date had very little effect except at the widest spacing where the last harvest had a yield per plant 65% higher than at the earliest harvest (data not shown) Finally the number of storage roots per plant was almost identical for all three harvest dates at the tightest in-row spacing

Canadian Journal of Plant Science

Harvest date had very little effect except at the widest spacing where the last harvest had a yield per plant 65% higher than at the earliest harvest (data not shown) Finally the number of storage roots per plant was almost identical for all three harvest dates at the tightest in-row spacing

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At low density plants grew as isolated units for most of their early life and interfered less with each other than at higher densities 66666 plant ha-1 This might explain the highly significant effects of plant density on seed yield per plant and seed yield per unit area obtained in this study For example increasing plant density up to 66666

EFFECT OF PLANT DENSITY AND ROW SPACING ON MAIZE

increased parallel to each increasing plant density setting and showed low but significant increments when narrowing the row spacing Gozbenli et al (2004) just as Lashkari et al (2011) found that plant density has significant effect on yield Yield showed increasing tendency up to a plant density of 90 000 plants ha-1 (10 973 kg

Effect of Double Planting Density and Smaller

To evaluate the effect of seeding density associated with the different rates of mineral fertilizers on the agronomic performance of quality protein maize (QPM) a study was conducted in Mvuazi station during the 2017-2018 cropping season Three planting densities (40 000 53 333 and 106 666 plantsha-1) and four mineral fertilizer rates with localized placement namely: D1: 0 kg NPK + 0 kg