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Construction of a SNP fingerprinting database and population genetic analysis of 329 cauliflower cultivars

Abstract Cauliflower is one of the most popular vegetable crops grown around the world. However, genetic diversity research and accurate molecular markers are limiting cauliflower cultivation. We aim to develop DNA fingerprints for 329 cauliflower cultivars based on SNP markers and the KASP method in this research. A total of 1,662 candidate SNPs were obtained from nearly 17. 9 million SNP loci after stringent filtering. We created a tool for in silico simulations on 153 core cauliflower germplasm samples to help produce ideal SNP marker sets from the candidates. Finally, 41 highly polymorphic KASP markers were selected and used in the identification of 329 cauliflower cultivars, which were mainly obtained from public market. The new cauliflower cultivars' fingerprinting database developed in this research provides a useful tool for finding the authenticity and purity of cauliflower seeds as well as valuable genetic information of the current cauliflower cultivars.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.21203/rs.3.rs-1988208/v1


Combined Use of Spent Mushroom Substrate Biochar and PGPR Improves Growth, Yield, and Biochemical Response of Cauliflower (Brassica oleracea var. botrytis): A Preliminary Study on Greenhouse Cultivation

This paper looked at the effect of cauliflower's combined use of spent mushroom substrate biochar and plant-growth-promoting rhizobia on cauliflower's growth, yield, and biochemical responses. Results revealed that SMS biochar additions could promote soil nutrient absorption. The selected growth, yield, and biochemical characteristics of cauliflower were also greatly improved by SMS biochar and PGPR technologies. In particular, the highest cauliflower yield, fresh plant biomass, dry plant biomass, plant height, plant growth, plant extension, and number of leaves were observed in T5 therapy. As shown by the Pearson correlation results, the use of SMS biochar and PGPR showed a positive correlation with cauliflower growth, yield, and biochemical response. To improve nutrient utilization in sustainable agriculture, the results of this report indicate efficient recycling of mushroom industry waste for biochar production and the use of PGPR.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.3390/horticulturae8090830


The Efficiency Of Cauliflower Farm In Sumber Bening Village Selupu Rejang Sub District Rejang Lebong Regency

Cauliflower is one of the horticulture vegetable that can be grown by farmer because its price is higher than other vegetables on the market. This report intends to determine the effectiveness of cabbage farming in Sumber Bening village Selupu Rejang Regency's Sumber Bening village Selupu Rejang Regency. According to this report, the number of cauliflower farmers is Rp 1. 675,628,75 per season.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.37676/agritepa.v9i1.1853


Purification of sewage wastewater though sand column filter for lessening of heavy metals accumulation in lettuce, carrot and cauliflower

Abstract: Abstract The wastewater treatment sewage is high in mineral nutrients, which has been instrumental in plant growth and yield. Current research was conducted with the intention of determining the effectiveness of sand column filter for removal of heavy metals from sewage effluents applied to the selected vegetables. Since the irrigation of unfiltered sewage water as compared to sewage wastewater, the number of leaves, fresh and dry weights of leaves, roots, and total biomass of lettuce, carrot, and cauliflower was increased thanks to irrigation of unfiltered sewage wastewater. Because of unfiltered sewage water rather than treated sewage wastewater, the cauliflower, root length, and diameter of the carrot increased, as well as stem and dry weights of curd, as well as stem and dry weights of curd. Cd and Cr concentrations were not affected by the filter process by sand column filter filtering in the current study. Heavy metals are removed from sewage effluent to irrigate agricultural lands in a few years, according to Conclusively, filtering by sand column filter is very efficient.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.21203/rs.3.rs-1971096/v1


Utilization of manure and green organic composts as alternative fertilizers for cauliflower production

Cultural activities of vegetables production are still dealing with fertilization methods that use mineral fertilizers, organic fertilizers, or a combination of mineral and organic fertilizers. The highest plant height and shoot fresh weight were observed in the treatment of 50% of mineral fertilizers mixed with compost of trailing-daisy weeds at ten ton ha-1, the highest amount of total dry weight of plants were observed in the treatment of cow manure compost despite no longer than 10 ton ha-1, and the highest yield of cauliflowers was observed in the treatment of 50% of mineral fertilizers treated with cow manure compost, the highest in total dry weight was observed, according ton ha-1 Organic fertilizers made from compost of trailing-daisy weeds and cow manure can be used as an alternative fertilizer to substitutemineral fertilizers on the cauliflower farm, in conclusion.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.31227/osf.io/wunyt


Exogenous Proline, Methionine, and Melatonin Stimulate Growth, Quality, and Drought Tolerance in Cauliflower Plants

In the available literature, the effects of proline, methionine, and melatonin on cauliflower plants growing under drought stress are still unclear. The obtained results showed that under drought-stressed conditions, foliar application of proline, methionine, and melatonin significantly increased leaf area, leaf chlorophyll content, leaf relative water content, vitamin C, proline, reducing sugar, and non-reducing sugar compared to untreated plants. Comparing to untreated plants, these treatments have also significantly reduced curd height, curd diameter, curd freshness, and dry matter.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.3390/agriculture12091301


GROWTH AND YIELD OF CAULIFLOWER AS AFFECTED BY BORON SPRAY AND IN-ROW PLANT SPACING

The aim of this research was to investigate the effect of plant spacing foliar spraying at different concentrations of application of boron on cauliflower cv's vegetative growth, chemical content, and curds yield. The boron foliar application significantly enhanced vegetative growth parameters, reduced yield, and plant chemical composition, as well as leaf and cauliflower plant growth parameters, according to the authors. Similarly, plant spacing of 0. 50 m has significantly improved plant fresh weight, plant height, leaves new weight, leaves fresh weight, and leaves dry weight, chemical composition of leaves and curds. Plant spacing 0. 5 meters influenced by plant spacing 0. 5 million and 200 ppm boron, followed by plant spacing 0. 50 meters with 100 ppm boron. The highest yield per plant was obtained by plant spacing 0. 5 meters with 200 ppm boron, followed by plant spacing 0. 50 m for 10 ppm boron. On the other hand, the manufacturing of individual plants was less than 0. 5 million plants while the production of single plants was increased by using 0. 3 m in-row plant spacing.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.51470/plantarchives.2022.v22.no1.066


The Influence of Postharvest Treatment and Type of Packaging on Quality and Storage Ability of Cauliflower ( Brassica oleracea L. var. botrytis )

Cauliflower's storage quality and storage capacity were determined by the influence of postharvest treatment and type of packaging on quality and storage capacity. Also, the functionality of different types of unit packaging for cauliflower storage was compared. After different therapies, the cauliflower heads of Fremont F 1 cultivar were stored at 0u00b0C for six weeks. The storage capability of cauliflower hasn't been influenced by the Postharvest hot water treatment at 38-54 degrees. After six weeks of storage, increased rooting, increased compactness loss, and colour changes were observed in non treated heads. After storage, Postharvest cooling of heads with ice water has not affected quality. With perforation and P-Plus film bags, the best quality of cauliflowers was maintained after 28 and 42 days of storage.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.2478/v10032-009-0034-7


The Effect of Pot Zize and Transplant Age on the Yield and Quality of White, Green and Romanesco Cauliflower Curds

Three cultivars of cauliflower Curds were tested on the effect of Pot Zize and Transplant Age on the Yield and Quality of White, Green, and Romanesco Cauliflower Curds. In the case of older transplants and transplants grown in pots of larger cell volume, the fresh mass of overground part and root system of transplants of all cauliflower species was higher. The white cauliflower cultivar's average commercial yield and the average curd weight were the highest for the white cauliflower cultivar, lowest for green cultivar, and lowest for the romanesco variety. In the case of all cauliflower varieties plants raised from older transplants, the root system was used to ensure the highest quality and most favourable marketable curds. With the romanesco being the most sensitive type, white cauliflower was the least susceptible to disorder in curd formation.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.2478/v10032-009-0010-2


Cooking characteristic and sensory evaluation of cauliflower leaves incorporated homemade noodles

OBJECTIVES: The present study was published with the intention of investigating the culinary and sensory characteristics of cauliflower leaves, which included homemade noodles. MARTIAL AND METHODS:Noodles in ratio 60:40 were served as a starter, but the cauliflower leaves puree was added to the control noodles in five different proportions, such as 10, 20, 30, 40, and 50. RESULTS: The water absorption of the noodles rises as a result of increased CLP, cooking loss was reduced with the degree of CLP incorporation, and it was statistically significant at P 0. 05 level.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.48165/jfdr.2021.1104

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