Morfología de la caña de azúcar en la preparación profunda del suelo en canteros
Silva,Reginaldo Barbosa Da
Sartori,Maria Márcia Pereira
The plant response referring to traditional techniques of soil management has limited the productivity of some crops. Allow the plant has a most conducive to its development without affecting the environment, has driven new technology in rural areas. With the deep tillage, the root system of the plants increases due to better aeration and reduced penetration resistance, facilitating the search for water and nutrients, helping in their development and ultimately providing greater productivity. This study aimed to evaluate the morphological development two areas of growing cane sugar one being managed with deep bed tillage equipment and other by conventional tillage methods. The experiment was conducted in Lençois Paulista, São Paulo the Company PHD Zilor belonging to the group. The variables analyzed were the tiller of the soil, the stem diameter, height of cane sugar and its productivity. The tillering showed higher values for the Preparation Deep Bed compared to conventional preparation at 120 days after planting of cane sugar and after cutting, and plant height only showed higher values for the Preparation Deep Bed to 390 days after planting of sugar cane. A cycle (or cut) was not enough to print difference in productivity of cane sugar by analyzed treatments (Deep Bed Tillage and Conventional Tillage).