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All publications of “Luiz Carlos Chamhum Salomão”

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Effect of Inoculation of Pineapple Plantlets with Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Fungi Obtained from Different Inoculum Sources Multiplied by the On-Farm Method

Bruno Coutinho Moreira ORCID logo , Paulo Prates Junior ORCID logo , Thuany Cerqueira Jordão ORCID logo , Marliane de Cássia Soares da Silva ORCID logo , Ana Paula Ferreira Ribeiro ORCID logo , Sidney Luiz Stürmer ORCID logo , [...]

12/Aug/2019

ABSTRACT The production of inoculum from arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi (AMF) at a large scale and low cost is essential for establishing methods to assist in producing pineapple plantlets with high nutritional and phytosanitary quality. However, this objective is difficult to accomplish because of the biotrophic nature of these fungi. The on-farm multiplication method for AMF inoculum presents a good alternative to supply the demand for the production of glomerospores. This study aimed to multiply and evaluate AMF inoculum originating from […]

Nutrient accumulation in coffee fruits at two at two plantation altitudes: micronutrients

Bruno Galvêas Laviola, Herminia Emilia Prieto Martinez, Luiz Carlos Chamhum Salomão, Cosme Damião Cruz, Sebastião Marcos Mendonça, Luciana Domiciano Silva Rosado

01/Dec/2007

In view of the importance of knowing fruit micronutrients export from the soil, and the season in which its coffee-plant demand is higher, the accumulation of B, Cu, Fe, Mn and Zn in fruits as well as the variation in the leaf content of the elements in productive branches of Arabic coffee was studied. The trial was performed in the period between anthesis and maturation at two altitudes. The experiment consisted of the coffee (Coffea arabica L.) variety Catuaí IAC […]

Nutrient accumulation in coffee fruits at four plantations altitude: calcium, magnesium and sulfur

Bruno Galvêas Laviola, Herminia Emilia Prieto Martinez, Luiz Carlos Chamhum Salomão, Cosme Damião Cruz, Sebastião Marcos Mendonça

01/Dec/2007

Crurves of fruit nutrient accumulation are tools for estimating the peaks of nutrient demand and the nutrient export form the soil. The accumulation of dry matter (DM), Ca, Mg and S was studied in fruits of Coffea arabica (L.) in the period between anthesis and maturation at four altitudes of cultivation, as well as the variation in the leaf content of the elements in productive branches. The experiment consisted of the coffee variety Catuaí IAC 44 cultivated at 720, 800, 880 […]