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|Type:||Artigo de periódico|
|Title:||Coffea Arabica (cv Catuaí) Production And Bean Size Under Different Population Arrangements And Soil Water Availability|
|Abstract:||The purpose of this research was to evaluate the effect of drip irrigation under different population arrangements on the phytometric features, coffee productivity and bean size classification according to sieve retention. The experiment with Coffea arabica L. cv Catuaí was carried out in Mococa, São Paulo, Brazil. The experimental design was a 6 × 2 factorial scheme in randomized blocks, with four replications. The six densities of plantation were E1 (1.60 × 0.50 m); E2(1.60 × 0.75 m); E3 (1.60 × 1.00 m); E4 (3.20 × 0.50 m); E5 (3.20 × 0.75 m) and E6 (3.20 × 1.00 m), which were divided according to the availability of water (irrigated - I - or non-irrigated - NI - groups). Data were submitted to analysis of variance and averages compared by Tukey test at 1 and 5% of probability. Descriptive analysis of coffee beans according to sieve classification was performed. Irrigation promoted an increase in plant height, crown diameter and productionof processed coffee when compared with the NI group. Interaction between population arrangement and irrigation was observed, with an increase in production and crown diameter as the spacing was decreased. Therefore, irrigation provided significant increase in coffee bean size.|
|Appears in Collections:||Unicamp - Artigos e Outros Documentos|
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