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《Northern Horticulture》 2008-12
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Study of the Gangue as the Substrate of Soilless Culture in Chinese Cabbage

HE Jun-yu1,REN Yan-fang1,LI Ya-ling2,WEN Xiang-zhen2(1.College of Agriculture,Guizhou University,Guiyang,Guizhou 550025,China;2.College of Horticulture,Shanxi Agriculture University,Taigu,Shanxi 030801,China)  
The effects of desulphurized gangue on growth,yield and quality of Chinese cabbage were studied by using strawberry as materials.The results showed the survival rate of plants after transplanting was more than 90% under the gangue.The growth rate,photosynthetic rate and yield of plants growing on the desulphurized gangue,were higher than those on soil,and close to those on slag.In addition,the quality of Chinese cabbage growing on treated gangue was better than that of on soil.This mainly exhibited in lower of NO-3and higher of vitamin C.In a word,the desulphurized gangue can be used as soilless culture substrate.
【Fund】: 贵州大学人才基金资助项目(X060036);; 山西省留学生回国人员科研基金资助项目(96053)
【CateGory Index】: S634.3
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