Journal of Food and Nutritional Disorders.ISSN: 2324-9323

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Research Article, J Food Nutri Disor Vol: 9 Issue: 3

The Growth Possibility and Yield of the Vegetable Mizuna (Brassica Juncea var Japonica) in Open-Air Hydroponics

Daryadar M*, Mairapetyan S, Alexanyan J, Tadevosyan A, Stepanyan B and Tovmasyan A

National Academy of Sciences, GS Davtyan Institute of Hydroponics Problems, NAS RA, Armenia

*Corresponding Author : Daryadar M
National Academy of Sciences, GS Davtyan Institute of Hydroponics Problems, NAS RA, Armenia
E-mail: [email protected]

Received: May 17, 2020 Accepted: June 20, 2020 Published: June 29, 2020

Citation: Daryadar M, Mairapetyan S, Alexanyan J, Tadevosyan A, Stepanyan B, et al. (2020) The Growth Possibility and Yield of the Vegetable Mizuna (Brassica juncea var Japonica) in Open-Air Hydroponics. J Food Nutr Disor 9:3. doi: 10.37532/jfnd.2020.9(3).277

Abstract

Abstract

For the first time the influence of the nutrition surface of 100, 90, 80, and 70 (plants/m2) on the mizuna’s growth, development and productivity (efficiency) was studied in open-air hydroponics conditions. It was revealed that during 2 vegetation periods the variant of 90 plants/m2 nutrition surface provides favorable conditions (1.3 times-2.1 times) for the high yield of mizuna in hydroponic culture. At the same time, plant raw material, received in conditions of different planting concentrations, exceeded soil culture 1.1 times-2.3 times. In mizuna leaves the amount of Ca was higher in 9%-64% in the variants of 80 plants/m2 and 90 plants/m2 nourishment surface. Although the low content of Vitamin C was observed in a variant 90 plants/m2 (in 24%-46%), but it wasn’t inferior the 100 plants/m2 and 70 plants/m2 varieties with the output, at the same time it exceeded the other variants 1.4-1.7 times.

Keywords: Mizuna; Open-air hydroponics; Nutrition surface; Yield; Vitamin C

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