Bolting of Chinese Cabbage Influenced by Variety and Planting Time And Place

Eniko Laczi, Emil Luca, Alexandru Apahidean, Adelina Dumitras, Felicia Bumb, Paunita Boanca

Abstract


Chinese cabbage is a least known vegetable in Transylvania, but lately its consumption has increased. Unfortunately the fresh product can be found only in super markets, where is brought from abroad. In order to be cultivated in this area is necessary an improved cultivation technology. The present research has as main purpose to study the bolting of this vegetable in Transylvanian Tableland specific conditions, and in the end to formulate recommendations regarding the planting period and place and to show those varieties which have a good behavior from bolting point of view. The result showed that best result were obtain in autumn protected culture, hybrid Vitimo F1 having the lowest number of bolted plants.

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.15835/arspa.v91i3-4.10903



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