Root growth and distribution of gooseberry (Physalis peruviana) under field conditions in the Andean soil
Keywords: root model, Physalis peruviana, Glomus mosse.
AbstractA field technology with the computer model called “RACINE” was used to estimate root-length density (RLD) and the root exploration from root count on soil profiles. The results indicated a drastic reduction on root development due to restrictions as low phosphorous and decreasing organic matter. However, Glomus mosse can promote the root system, on RLD and root front.
1B Reconstructing and observing plant structure
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