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Cotton root morphology and dry matter accumulation at different film removal times

发布者:绿洲生态发布时间:2018-08-16浏览次数:13

Cotton root morphology and dry matter accumulation at different film removal times



Yang, Xiangkun  Zhang, Zhanqin  Niu, Yuan  Tian, Haiyan  Ma, Fuyu


Abstract: A field experiment was conducted to examine the influence of mulch film removal time (10 and 1 d before the first irrigation (T10 and T1, respectively) and 1 d before the second irrigation (E1) after emergence) on cotton (Gossypium hirsutum L.) root morphology and dry matter accumulation. The control group (CK) was film mulched throughout the growth stage. In 2015, the respective root length density (RLD), root surface-area density (RSD), and root volume density (RVD) in E1 were highest during the initial flowering stage (IFS, 3537 m m??, 3.4819 m? m??, and 382 cm? m??) and blossoming and boll forming stage (BBFS, 2472 m m-3, 3.1307 m? m??, and 421 cm? m??). The maximum root dry matter accumulation was measured in CK (2647 kg ha??). In 2016, which had more rainfall, RLD (1699 m m??) and RSD (2.6877 m? m??) in T10 and RVD in T1 (503 cm? m??) were the highest during IFS. RLD in E1 (2234 m m??), RSD (3.6770 m? m??) and RVD (598 cm? m??) in CK were the highest during BBFS. The cotton root/shoot ratio (R/T) was higher in the film-removal treatments than in CK. E1 showed the highest proportion of fine roots thinner than 1.0 mm during any stage except for 2015 BBFS. The results indicate that film removal at an appropriate time can increase RLD, RSD, and RVD, but it is conducive to the accumulation of root dry matter only in years with lower rainfall.



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