Utilizzo di proteine idrolizzate vegetali nella coltivazione di Adromischus cooperi e Adromischus cristatus

Prisa Domenico *

CREA Research Centre for Vegetable and Ornamental Crops, Council for Agricultural Research and Economics, Via dei Fiori 8, 51012 Pescia, PT, Italy.
Research Article
World Journal of Advanced Research and Reviews, 2020, 06(03), 001-006
Article DOI: 10.30574/wjarr.2020.6.3.0168
Publication history:
Received on 22 May 2020; revised on 04 June 2020; accepted on 05 June 2020
Abstract:
The aim of the experiment was to evaluate the use of vegetable protein hydrolysate on Adromischus cooperi and Adromischus cristatus to improve plant growth and quality. The two experimental groups in cultivation were: i) group without protein hydrolysates, irrigated with water and substrate previously fertilized; ii) group with protein hydrolysates, irrigated with water and substrate previously fertilized. The test showed a significant increase in agronomic parameters analysed in plants treated with hydrolysed vegetable proteins, both in Adromischus cooperi and Adromischus cristatus. In fact, all plants treated showed a significant increase in total leaf count, number of new leaves, vegetative and root weight, number of inflorescences and flowering time compared to the untreated control. The application of hydrolysed proteins in plant cultivation and in particular in succulents, allows higher quality standards of the product, higher resistance to biotic and abiotic stress, increased growth rate, very interesting aspects in the field of ornamental plants.
Keywords:
Amino acids; Sustainable applications; Nutrional quality; Succulent plants, Biostimulant
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How to cite this article:
Prisa D. (2020). Effect of vegetable protein hydrolysates on the growth of Adromischus cooperi and Adromischus cristatus. World Journal of Advanced Research and Reviews, 6(3), 01-06.
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