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VCRB :: Contents of Volume 53/2000 :: Detailed information


INTEGRATING MATRICONDITIONING AND CHEMICAL SEED TREATMENT TO IMPROVE CARROT FIELD EMERGENCE AND YIELD

Anna SZAFIROWSKA and Regina JANAS
Research Institute of Vegetable Crops Konstytucji 3 Maja 1/3, 96-100 Skierniewice, Poland


Summary

In 1997-1999 the study on integrated carrot seed treatment to improve emergence rate and uniformity was conducted. The seeds were matriconditioned with silica Micro-Cel E combined with following chemical seed treatments, fungicides: Zaprawa Funaben T (carbendazim 20% + thiram 45%) and Apron 35 DS (metalaxyl 45%) or Vitavax 200 FS (carboxyne 20% + thiram 20%) and insecticides: Marshal 250 DS (carbosulphate 250 g . l-1) or Gaucho 70 WS (imidacloprid 70%). The methods of chemicals incorporation were as follows: all chemicals applied before or after matriconditioning or some of them before and some after matriconditioning. In general, matriconditioning enhanced the emergence and plant growth, but when apllied without chemicals it decreased plant number. The application of carbendazim + thiram before matriconditioning and then after the treatment metalaxyl with an insecticide, retained the synchronisation of field emergence and produced the highest plant number and root yield among all matriconditioned treatments. Chemical seed treatment alone inhibited plant growth and caused lower mean root weight .

keywords:carrot seed, matriconditioning, fungicide

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