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According to current estimates, global mean temperature rises to 3. 4 u00b0C by 2100, and such change is unlikely to have a synchrony of growth and development of the insect pests. The life span of M. persicae cauliflower at six different constant temperatures was reduced as a result of the experiment, which was carried out. At 39 u00b0C, the entire nymphal cycle and adult longevity were 5. 34 and 13. 48 days at 34 b0C, then decreasing to 2. 90 and 11. 46 days, respectively. Fertility per day in 34 b0C increased with rising temperatures, rising at 34. 58 per day, which increased with increased temperatures. In general, M. persicae is typically preferred at lower temperatures, but M. persicae has migrated to u2018Ku2019 favoring at higher temperatures. With increased temperatures, mean generation time and population double time decreased.
Source link: https://doi.org/10.1007/s40003-021-00578-4
The purpose of the study was to investigate water use in cauliflower raising in a controlled environment with various amounts of water and silicon. Morphological data, water use, and water use effectiveness were all analyzed. With the rise in water deficit, the cauliflower crop's water production is also on the rise. Water filtration with a up to 30% deficit increases water quality and characteristics associated with crop yield. The silicon application has a positive impact on water yield in cauliflower, particularly with 100 percent ETc and moderate deficit.
Source link: https://doi.org/10.1007/s40003-022-00628-5
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