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Effects of Number of Seedlings in Chain Paper Pots on Growth and Yield for August-harvesting of Japanese Bunching Onion (Allium fistulosum L.) Using Seedlings Raised in Unheated Plastic House in Cold Regions
Horticultural Research (Japan)
We aimed to obtain large-sized Japanese bunching onion (Allium fistulosum L.) for August harvesting in cold regions, which were cultivated using seedlings grown in chain paper pots maintained in an unheated plastic house. For this, we investigated the effects of nitrogen application and the number of seedlings per cell in the chain paper pots on the growth, nitrogen uptake, and yield of Japanese bunching onion. Seedlings of Japanese bunching onion grown in chain paper pots were transplanted indoi:10.2503/hrj.15.383 fatcat:vfvkhucimzaqvbh6bgrjo5wlpa