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Antonelli J.,University of West ParanaParana | Lindino C.A.,University of West ParanaParana | Santos R.F.,University of West ParanaParana | de Souza S.N.M.,University of West ParanaParana | And 3 more authors.
Journal of Food, Agriculture and Environment | Year: 2014

This study aimed to verify the linseed’s responses when subjected to different doses of swine wastewater (ARS). The experiment was conducted in the city of Cascavel, Paraná’s state, Brazil. The treatments considered were: T1 control sample; T2 5; T3 10; T4 20; T5 30 and T6 40 m3·ha−1 ARS. The planting was realized in a 12 m2 area. After 180 days of cultivation stem diameter, plant height, number of capsules, stem’s branch number, fresh and dry weight of the aerial part were measured. The ARS implementation proved to have a positive effect on the linseed’s culture with an application of 10 m3·ha−1. An amount of 40 m3·ha−1 inhibited the flaxseed’s development. The immobilization of nutrients and the low oxygen rate in soil may have been the main cause of the linseed’s downfall development in applications exceeding 10 m3·ha−1 of ARS. © 2014, World Food Ltd. and WFL Publishers. All rights reserved. Source


Antonelli J.,University of West ParanaParana | Lindino C.A.,University of West ParanaParana | Santos R.F.,University of West ParanaParana | de Souza S.N.M.,University of West ParanaParana | And 4 more authors.
Journal of Food, Agriculture and Environment | Year: 2014

This study aimed to verify the linseed responses when subjected to different doses of swine wastewater (SWW). The experiment was conducted in the city of Cascavel, Paraná state, Brazil. The treatments considered were: T1 control sample; T2 5; T3 10; T4 20; T5 30 and T6 40 m3·ha-1SWW. The sowing was performed in a 12 m2 area. After 180 days of cultivation stem diameter, plant height, number of capsules, stem branch number and fresh and dry weight of the aerial part were measured. The SWW application proved to have a positive effect on the linseed culture with an application of 10 m3·ha-1. The application of 40 m3·ha-1inhibited the linseed development. The immobilization of nutrients and the shortage of oxygen in the soil may have been the main cause of the linseed development decrease in applications exceeding 10 m3·ha-1of SWW. © 2014, World Food Ltd. and WFL Publishers. All rights reserved. Source

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