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Type: Artigo de periódico
Title: Sugarcane Fertigated With Vinasse Under Subsurface Drip Irrigation In Three Cycles Of Cane-ratoon [cana-de-açúcar Fertirrigada Com Vinhaça Via Irrigação Por Gotejamento Subsuperficial Em Três Ciclos De Cana-soca]
Author: Barbosa E.A.A.
Arruda F.B.
Pires R.C.M.
da Silva T.J.A.
Sakai E.
Abstract: The objective of this study was evaluate the effect of irrigation and fertigation with mineral fertilizer and vinasse applied by subsurface drip irrigation, in the number of tiller, stem yield, technological quality of sugarcane and yield of recoverable sugar in first three cycles of ratoon cane. The treatments were: T1NI - cultivation without irrigation with mineral fertilization; T2I - cultivation fertigated with mineral fertilizers; T3Iv - cultivation fertigated with the vinasse supplying K and complementation of NP with mineral fertilizer; T4IV - cultivation fertigated with the vinasse supplying NPK. In the cycle of the first ratoon cane, there was no effect of treatments on the variables, already in the subsequent cycles, the T2I and T3Iv showed higher numbers of tillers, 17.4 and 17.2 tiller m-1, in the second ratoon cane and 16.6 and 16.0 tiller m-1 in the third ratoon cane, respectively. The stem yield was amended with the T4IV obtaining the higher yield, 179.6 Mg ha-1, in the second ratoon cane, and the T2I and T3Iv in the third ratoon cane, 151.5 and 151.0 Mg ha-1, respectively. There was no treatment effect on the technological quality and in the second ratoon cane the T3Iv and T4IV showed higher yield of sugar, 25 and 25.9 Mg ha-1, respectively.
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Rights: aberto
Identifier DOI: 10.1590/S1415-43662013000600003
Address: http://www.scopus.com/inward/record.url?eid=2-s2.0-84878409704&partnerID=40&md5=8b35dc0fd7f75e563089fb60db124828
Date Issue: 2013
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