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Significance of varieties in technology of growing parsley

Author(s) Ketskalo V.V., Candidate of Agricultural Science, Associate Professor of Department of Vegetable Production, Uman National University of Horticulture, Ukraine
Ternavskiy A.G., Candidate of Agricultural Sciences, , Uman National University of Horticulture, Ukraine
Category The Agronomy
year 2021 issue Issue number 99. Part 1
pages 47-58 index UDK 635.781:631.527.3(477.46)
DOI 10.31395/2415-8240-2021-99-1-47-58 (Link)
Abstract In order to obtain a significant level of parsley yield in the Right-Bank Forest-Steppe of Ukraine, it is necessary to select varieties in accordance with soil and climatic conditions of cultivation. The comparative estimation of productivity of grades of parsley of sheet foreign selection in the specified conditions is carried out. The results of phenological observations of plant development, their biometric parameters depending on the genetic features are presented. The possibility of growing the studied varieties of leaf parsley of foreign selection in the conditions of the Right-Bank Forest-Steppe of Ukraine has been established. From the presence of mass shoots to the last harvest, the studied varieties had a growing season of 128–155 days. The first harvest was carried out 61–74 days after the mass germination. Aromatic and Vega varieties proved to be faster growing. The leaf mass of Orpheus and Fest was slightly slower. Vega and Orpheus plants had the lowest height – 23.6 cm and 25.4 cm, respectively. The next to increase the height of the leaf rosette was the Fest variety, whose plants reached 33.9 cm. The plants of the Pione variety were 35.1 cm high. The highest plant height in the experiment was Argon and Aromatnaya – 36.2 cm and 36.4 cm, respectively. Vega and Orpheus plants had the lowest productivity – 114 g and 160 g, respectively. The next variety as the productivity of the plant increased was the variety Argon with an index of 195 g. The plants of the control variety Aromatnaya had a productivity of 227 g. The plants of the varieties Fest and Pione had the highest productivity – 253 g and 255 g, respectively. The total yield of parsley leaf mass in the experiment averaged 5.01–10.20 kg/m2. Vega was the lowest and Fest and Pione the lowest.
Key words Petroselinum crispum, parsley, leaf parsley, variety, productivity, yield
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