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Open Access Macronutrientes em mudas de citros cultivadas em vasos em resposta à adubação NPK Macronutrients in citrus nursery trees grown in pots in response to NPK fertilization

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Mudas de laranjeira 'Valência' (Citrus sinensis) sobre o porta-enxerto de limoeiro 'Cravo' (C. limonia) foram cultivadas em vasos com substrato de casca de Pinus, vermiculita e perlita com o objetivo de avaliar-se os efeitos do fornecimento de N, P e K sobre os teores de macronutrientes do porta-enxerto e das mudas. Utilizou-se um esquema de fatorial fracionário (1/5)5³ com um delineamento em blocos ao acaso. Os tratamentos consistiram em 5 doses (em g por planta) de N&58; 1,25&59; 6,25&59; 11,25&59; 16,25&59; 21,25&59; 5 doses de K&58; 0,42&59; 3,75&59; 6,22&59; 9,34&59; 12,45&59; e 5 doses de P&58; 0,19&59; 0,89&59; 1,59&59; 2,29&59; 2,99. O N e K foram fornecidos semanalmente, sendo 37,5% da dose para o porta-enxerto. O P foi fornecido totalmente no plantio. Determinaram-se os teores totais de N, P e K, Ca, Mg e S nas folhas novas e velhas, raízes e caule e a extração de N, P e K. Os teores de N relacionaram-se diretamente e os de P e K inversamente com a adubação nitrogenada. Os teores de Ca, Mg e S relacionaram-se positivamente até as doses intermediárias de N utilizadas. Houve efeito inibitório do fertilizante potássico sobre a absorção de Ca e Mg. A acumulação de NPK pelos porta-enxertos foi em torno de 30% pelas raízes e 70% pela parte aérea.&60;br&62;'Valencia' sweet orange nursery trees (Citrus sinensis) budded on Rangpur lime rootstocks (C. limonia) were grown in containers using pine bark, vermiculite and perlite as substracts with the objective of evaluating the NPK fertilization effect on macronutrient levels. The experiment was a complete (1/5) 5³ factorial randomized block design. Treatments comprised five concentrations in g per plant of N&58; 1.25&59; 6.25&59; 11.25&59; 16.25&59; 21.25&59; five concnetrations of K&58; 0.42&59; 3.75&59; 6.22&59; 9.34&59; 12.45&59; and five concentration of P&58; 0.19&59; 0.89&59; 1.59&59; 2.29&59; 2.99. Nitrogen and K were applieded weekly, and 37.5% of the total fertilization was applied to rootstocks. All P was supplied at planting. Young and old leaves, root and stem total nutrient concentrations of N, P, K, Ca, Mg, S and NPK accumulation were evaluated. Tissue N concentration was directly and P and K concentrations were inversely related to nitrogen fertilization. Calcium, Mg and S concentrations increased up to the intermediate N fertilization rates. K fertilizer inhibited Ca and Mg absorption by plants. Rootstock NPK accumulated as 30% in roots and 70% in shoot.
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Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: January 1, 2000

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