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Revista Brasileira de Fruticultura

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COSTA, Edilson; FERREIRA, Antonio Flávio Arruda; SILVA, Priscilla Nátaly de Lima  e  NARDELLI, Evandro Michel Valero. Substrates composition and protected environments for tamarind seedlings. Rev. Bras. Frutic. [online]. 2012, vol.34, n.4, pp.1189-1198. ISSN 0100-2945.  https://doi.org/10.1590/S0100-29452012000400028.

The tamarind is an important fruit occurring in the Brazilian Cerrado and with a deep root system having resistance to prolonged droughts. Its fruits are used in cooking, their seeds are used for animal fodder and its oil is used in the pharmaceutical companies. Given the above, this study had the aim to evaluable tamarind ungrafted seedlings formation in different substrates composition and protected environments. The seedlings were grown in greenhouse covered with low density polyethylene film of 150 micron and screen thermal-reflector of 50% shading under film; nursery with black monofilament screen 50% of shading and nursery with screen thermal-reflector of 50% shading. In each cultivation environment, substrates were tested: 100% soil, 80% soil and 20% organic compost, 60% soil and 40% organic compost, 40% soil and 60% organic compost, 20% soil and 80% organic compost, and 100% organic compost. The effect of environment was examined using statistical procedures for analysis of combined experiments (experiments groups). Within environments a completely randomized design with eight replications. The substrate with 80% soil and 20% Organosuper® was the most conducive for seedlings. The greenhouse was the best environment for tamarind seedlings.

Palavras-chave : Tamarindus indica; Cerrado; Organic Compound; Greenhouse; Screen of Shading.

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