OBTAINING MINITUBERS BY APPLYING METHOD OF CULTURE ON SUBSTRATES INDUSTRIAL

Published in Scientific Bulletin. Series F. Biotechnologies, Vol. XXI
Written by Andreea TICAN, Nicoleta CHIRU, Mihaela CIOLOCA, Carmen BĂDĂRĂU

National Institute of Research and Development for Potato and Sugar Beet Brasov in 2016 INCDCSZ investigated two hydroponic systems to see the behavior of different potato Romanian varieties (Braşovia, Castrum, Marvis and Sarmis) regarding the following parameters: the number of minitubers/plant and weight of minitubers/plant. As hydroponic systems it was used one with circulating nutrient solution and another one with static layer of nutrient solution and for both cases the substrate used was perlite. Regarding the average weight of minitubers/plant, the plants culture on circulating nutrient solution had a beneficial influence comparative with culture on static stratum of nutrient solution, which recorded a highly significant difference in minituber weight compared to the first mentioned, statistically assured. Analyzing the number of minitubers using the hydroponic culture, relative to control variety (Brasovia with 5.10 minitub./pl.) shows that the Castrum variety gets the best results with a positive significant distinct difference (+5.90 minitub./pl.) followed by variety Marvis with a positive significant difference (+5.10 minitub./pl.). Varieties influence on weight mintub./pl. shows that the difference is very significant positive for Marvis variety (+42.49 g), compared to control variety and insignificant for the other varieties. From the obtained data we recommend using hydroponic system with nutrient solution circulating.

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TICAN A., CHIRU N., CIOLOCA M., BĂDĂRĂU C. 2017, OBTAINING MINITUBERS BY APPLYING METHOD OF CULTURE ON SUBSTRATES INDUSTRIAL. Scientific Bulletin. Series F. Biotechnologies, Vol. XXI, ISSN 2285-1364, 66-71.


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