DIFFERENT SHADING NETS IN ESCAROLE GROWTH

Daniela Meira, Daniele Cristina Fontana, Carla Janaina Werner, Thais Pollon Zanatta, Patricia Brezolin, Braulio Otomar Caron, Denise Schmidt

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The aim of work was
to verify the effect of different shading levels in escarole crop, during
summer in the northwest of Rio Grande do Sul. The experiment was conducted at
the Federal University of Santa Maria, Frederico Westphalen RS Campus, in
2015 with Escarola Lisa escarole cultivar. The experimental design was a
randomized complete block design with three shading levels (0%, 30%, 50%), with
six replications. Growth evaluation were performed in destructive manner every
seven days, from transplant to harvest point. From the information obtained, traits
were determined: leaf area, leaf area index, leaf area ratio, specific leaf
area, leaf weight ratio, biological productivity, absolute growth rate,
relative growth rate, net assimilation rate. The data obtained were analyzed by
the statistical program Genes, the Tukey test at 5% of error probability. The
shading level 30% provided greater leaf area, higher biological productivity
and absolute growth rate. However, the leaf area ratio was higher when shading
level 50% was tested. However, it can be said that the shading levels favor
growth of escarole crop.

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