Quality of seedlings of Copaifera langsdorffii Desf Cultivated in Alternative Substrates According to the Source and Methods of Application of Humic Acids

  • Heloísa Donizete da Silva (Master's student in Forest and Environmental Sciences, Federal University of Tocantins, UFT, Gurupi-TO, Brazil)
  • Andréia Brandão de Melo Lopes Rêgo (Master's student in Forest and Environmental Sciences, Federal University of Tocantins, UFT, Gurupi-TO, Brazil)
  • Gilson Araújo de Freitas (Doctor in Vegetable Production, PNPD of the Postgraduate Program in Vegetable, Federal University of Tocantins, UFT, Gurupi-TO, Brazil)
  • Bruno Aurélio Campos Aguiar (Master's student in Forest and Environmental Sciences, Federal University of Tocantins, UFT, Gurupi-TO, Brazil)
  • Pietro Lopes Rêgo (Doctor student in Agricultural Engineering, professor of basic, technical and technological education at the Federal Institute of Tocantins, IFTO, Dianópolis-TO
  • Jefferson Santana da Silva Carneiro (Doctor student in soil fertility and plant nutrition, Federal University of Lavras, Lavras-MG, Brazil)
  • Luziano Lopes da Silva (Doctor in Plant Production, professor of basic, technical and technological education at the Federal Institute of Tocantins, IFTO, Gurupi-TO, Brazil)
  • Priscila Bezerra de Souza (Biologist, Professor of the Forest Engineering Course, Federal University of Tocantins, UFT, Gurupi-TO, Brazil)
  • Adriana Augusta Neto (Doctor student in Plant Production, Federal University of Tocantins, UFT, Gurupi-TO, Brazil)
  • Evandro Alves Ribeiro (Doctor student in Plant Production, Federal University of Tocantins, UFT, Gurupi-TO, Brazil)
  • Bruno Henrique di Napoli Nunes (Agronomy student, Federal University of Tocantins, UFT, Gurupi-TO, Brazil)
  • Paulo Sérgio Santos Silva (Doctor student in Plant Production, Federal University of Tocantins, UFT, Gurupi-TO, Brazil)
  • Rubens Ribeiro da Silva (Doctor in Soil Fertility and Plant Nutrition, Professor of the Postgraduate Program in Vegetable, Federal University of Tocantins, UFT, Gurupi-TO, Brazil) Universidade Federal do Tocantins- Farm. 69-72 Street Badejos, Lot. 7 s / n - Garden. Sevilha, Gurupi - TO, 77404-970 Gurupi, TO, Brazil
Keywords: Copaifera langsdorffii, Humic acid, Propagation, Seedlings

Abstract

The objective of this study was to evaluate the effect of humic acid application methods on an alternative organic substrate in the quality of seedlings of Copaifera langsdorffii Desf. The experiment was carried out in a nursery of production of forest seedlings under cover of the dark type with 50% of luminosity retention, located in the municipality of Dianópolis state of Tocantins, in geographical coordinates, 11° 37′ 41″ S of latitude, 46° 49′ 17″ W of longitude, with altitude of 702 meters. The results revealed that the use of the commercial humic acid source applied via foliar promotes a higher quality of seedlings in relation to the alternative source and the absence of application of humic acids.

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