Different Substrates and Container Volumes in the Emergence and Ministumps Formation of Physalis peruviana L.

  •  Jeniffer Ribeiro de Oliveira    
  •  Mariana Alexandre Alves Amourim    
  •  Weslley do Rosário Santana    
  •  João Vitor Garcia Silva    
  •  Vinicius de Souza Oliveira    
  •  Érica Duarte Silva    
  •  Jalille Amim Altoé    
  •  Alex Campanharo    
  •  Mayara Nascimento Santos    
  •  Joabe Martins de Souza    
  •  Bruna Alves Salomão    
  •  Aclécia Gonçalves Batista    
  •  Luan Carlos Ferreira Angeli    
  •  Gleison Oliosi    
  •  André Cayô Cavalcanti    
  •  Alex Silva Lima    
  •  Hugo Rebonato Pelegrini    


To obtain quality seedlings, it is necessary to use good production techniques. Important factors include the container and the form of propagation. Therefore, the objective of this work was to evaluate the influence of two substrates and container volumes on the emergence and formation of Physalis peruviana L. mini-stumps. The work was carried out from September to November 2019, in a greenhouse belonging to the Federal University Network of the Holy Spirit. The design used was completely randomized, in a factorial scheme with the combination of three containers (R1 = tube with a volume of 50 ml; R2 = tube with a volume of 280 ml and R3 = plastic cups with a volume of 500 ml) and two substrates (S1 = Bioplant® and S2 = Provaso® + soil 1:1), totaling six treatments, four replications, six plants per experimental unit and 144 plants. After 90 days of experiment, it is recommended for a better emergence and emission of the shoots of Physalis peruviana L. the use of the volume of 280 ml, combined with the substrate Provaso® + soil.

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