GRAIN YIELD OF QUINOA GENOTYPES (Chenopodium quinoa Wild) PLANTED BY CONTINUOUS JET, ON THE CAMPUS "LA MARÍA"
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andean grain
production
biomass
traditional planting

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Mestanza Uquillas, C., Santana Chavez, J., Veliz Zamora, D., & Vasconez Montufar, G. (2020). GRAIN YIELD OF QUINOA GENOTYPES (Chenopodium quinoa Wild) PLANTED BY CONTINUOUS JET, ON THE CAMPUS "LA MARÍA". Universidad Ciencia Y Tecnología, 1(1), 53-60. Retrieved from https://www.uctunexpo.autanabooks.com/index.php/uct/article/view/315

Abstract

The research was carried out on the "La María" Campus of the Universidad Técnica Estatal de Quevedo. Ten genotypes of quinoa (Chenopodium quinoa Willd) planted with continuous jet were used, this work lasted four months, from June to September of the year 2019. A completely randomized design (DCA) was applied with ten treatments (genotypes) and three replications, each plot had an area of 2.5 m2. Tukey's test (p = 0.05) was used to compare means. he variables studied in this investigation were mainly of the agronomic type. Among the main results obtained were: in the biomass accumulation the T8 with 1204.67 g m-2, grain yield the T4 with 372.33, T6 with 349.67 and T7 with 348 g m-2, harvest index the T7 with 0.47, weight of 1000 seeds, T9 with 3.53 g, stem
diameter 90 days after sowing, T8 with 0.94 cm, plant height at 90 days, T8 treatments with 119.50 cm. In conclusion, the results obtained demonstrate that the production of commercially planted quinoa is feasible in the northern part of Provincia de Los Ríos, achieving very promising yields.

Keywords: andean grain, production, biomass, traditional planting.

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