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Title:Vpliv izbranih koristnih talnih gliv v različnih pridelovalnih sistemih na pridelek in kakovost jagod : diplomsko delo
Authors:ID Kotnik, Primož (Author)
ID Cvelbar Weber, Nika (Mentor) More about this mentor... New window
ID Vogrin, Andrej (Co-mentor)
ID Razinger, Jaka (Co-mentor)
Files:.pdf VS_Kotnik_Primoz_2022.pdf (1,58 MB)
MD5: 74D29BE8EA4D18A1E56F51FD1F33A323
 
Language:Slovenian
Work type:Bachelor thesis/paper
Typology:2.11 - Undergraduate Thesis
Organization:FKBV - Faculty of Agriculture and Life Sciences
Abstract:V obdobju 2021/2022 smo v nasadu v Brdu pri Lukovici izvedli poskus, kjer smo spremljali pridelek jagod, posajenih v dveh pridelovalnih sistemih v integrirani in ekološki pridelavi. Prav tako smo preizkušali, kako dodatek koristnih talnih gliv (Metarhizium brunneum, Clonostachys rosea) in komercialni pripravek na bazi mikoriznih gliv (AMF), ki smo jih dodamo ob sajenju, vpliva na pridelek jagod. Jagode sorte 'Clery' so bile posajene 27. julija 2021 na grebenih, pokritih s črno polietilensko folijo, in so v času od cvetenja do konca obiranja rastle v visokem pokritem tunelu. Obiranje se je začelo 25. maja 2022, nato je sledilo še 8 obiranj. V plodovih smo spremljali vsebnost suhe snovi (˚Brix), število in pridelek jagod. Iz rezultatov je razvidno, da je bil pridelek in povprečno število plodov jagod večji pri ekološki kot integrirani pridelavi ne glede na obravnavanje. Značilno manjše število plodov na grm, ki se je statistično razlikovalo od kontrole in obravnavanja Metarhizium brunneum, smo zaznali pri integrirani pridelavi z uporabo koristne talne glive Clonostachys rosea. Značilno večji pridelek na grm smo zabeležili pri kontrolnih rastlinah v primerjavi z obravnavanjem Clonostachys rosea, medtem, ko vpliva ostalih obravnavanj nismo potrdili.
Keywords:jagode/ekološka in integrirana pridelava/pridelek/koristne glive
Place of publishing:Maribor
Place of performance:Maribor
Publisher:[P. Kotnik]
Year of publishing:2022
Number of pages:VIII, 21 f., [1] f. pril.
PID:20.500.12556/DKUM-82662 New window
UDC:634.7:631+631.147:631.559(043.2)=163.6
COBISS.SI-ID:121629187 New window
Publication date in DKUM:16.09.2022
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Downloads:1275
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License:CC BY-NC-ND 4.0, Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International
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Licensing start date:29.08.2022

Secondary language

Language:English
Title:Influence of Selected Beneficial Soil Fungi in Different Production Systems on the Yield and Quality of Strawberries
Abstract:In 2021/2022, an experiment on the plantation in Brdo pri Lukovica was conducted, where the yield of strawberries planted in two production systems of integrated and organic production were monitored. It was also tested how the addition of beneficial soil fungi (Metarhizium brunneum, Clonostachys rosea) and a preparation based on mycorrhizal fungi (AMF), added at planting, affects the strawberry yield. Strawberries of the variety 'Clery' were planted on the 27th of July 2021 on ridges covered with black polyethylene foil and were grown in a tunnel from flowering to the end of harvest. Harvesting began on the 25th of May, followed by 8 more harvests. The dry matter content (˚Brix), number and yield of berries were monitored. It can be seen from the results that the yield and the average number of strawberry fruits were higher in organic than in integrated production. In organic plots, the yield was higher in all treatments compared to the integrated production. The smallest number of fruits, which was statistically different from the other treatments, was detected in integrated cultivation using the beneficial soil fungi Clonostachys rosea.
Keywords:strawberries/organic and integrated production/yields/ Beneficial Soil Fungi


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