Adaptation of Acrocomia aculeata vitroplants, with the aplication of AMF and Biobras-16

terça-feira, abril 16, 2019

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Authors: Alejandro F. Hernández; Rodolfo R. Plana; Raquel R. Bonato; Elis Borcioni

Abstract: An experiment was carried out at the Federal University of Paraná, Brazil, which was established and developed under controlled conditions of greenhouse. The aim of this research was to obtain a methodology to improve the adaptation process of seedlings of the oil palm Acrocomia aculeata (Jacq.) Lodd. ex mart., obtained from the in vitro culture of zygotic embryos. 

A substrate composed of soil and river sand washed in proportion (3:1) was used and the following products were applied to the seedlings: Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Fungi (AMF) and a Spirostic Analogue of Brassinosteroid (Biobras-16), with four treatments, which were: 1-Control, 2-Inoculation of the Plants with AMF and one application of Biobras-16 to the transplant, 3- Inoculation of the plants with AMF and 4- inoculation of the plants with AMF and two applications of Biobras-16, one at the transplant time and another 30 days later. 

The results showed that the best treatment was the number 2, in which the vitroplants were inoculated with AMF and a foliar spray was performed with the Biobras-16 at the time of transplantation, which produced an increase in the different growth and development rates of the plants with respect to the other treatments

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