Query : "Korean melon"

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Beneficial Effect of Heat Fans on Quality and Yield of Korean Melon Cultivated in Greenhouses at Winter Season

Shin, Y.S., Gyeongsangbuk-do Agricultural Research and Extension Services, Seongju et al. [jul2017]

The purpose of this study was to investigate the changes of environmental conditions and the quality and yield of melon fruit by heat fan operation in greenhouses at winter season. The average daily temperature inside the tunnels during January 1 to 31, 2017 was 0.9℃ higher than that of the control 17.8℃. The air flow rate of heater fan treatment was 4.8 times higher than the control (untreate ...

SUBJECT: harvest time; humidite; temperature; humidity; temperatura

POSTED TO: Protected Horticulture and Plant Factory [2288-0992]

Effect of Polyolefin Film on Korean Melon Quality and Industry

Shin, Y.S., Seongju Fruit Vegetable Experiment Station, GARES, Seongju et al. [jun2016]

As the survey results of cultivation area, farmhouse, yield and income to clarify the effect of PO Film on Korean melon industry in Seongju region, the covering areas of PE film of Korea, Kyungsangbuk-do and Seongjugun in 2014 were decreased 91.5%, 94.9% and 95.2% as to 2010. In contrary, the covering areas of PO film of Korea, Kyungsangbuk-do and Seongju-gun in 2014 were increased 342.5%, 500 ...

SUBJECT: fermented fruit,net income,gross income; rendimiento; yields; temperature; temperatura

POSTED TO: Protected Horticulture and Plant Factory [2288-0992]

In this Project, we studied the resistance of the Korean melon genotype Pl 161375 to cucumber mosaic virus (CMV) using a Near Isogenic Lines population developed by Eduardo et al. (2005) from a dihaploid line population derived from the intraspecific cross between the resistant parental Pl 161375 (Songwhan Charmi) and the recurrent susceptible T111 (Piel de Sapo). In previous studies, Dogimont ...

SUBJECT: pi 161375; marcadores geneticos; melons; nils; resistance aux maladies

Effect of Seedling Quality and Growth after Transplanting of Korean Melon Nursed under LED light Sources and Intensity

Lee, J.E., Gyeongsangbuk-do Agricultural Research and Extension Services, Seongju et al. [dec2016]

This study was conducted to analyze the seedling quality of korean melon and the growth after transplanting of korean melon nursed under the LED sources. LED sources were RB7 (Red:Blue=14:2), RB3 (Red:Blue=12:4) and Blue(B=16). Photosynthetic photon flux density(PPFD) was 50, 100 and 200μmol·m-²ㆍs-¹. The lighting treatment was started after graft-taken and was applied for 20 days at 4 hours(05 ...

SUBJECT: horticulture; supplemental lighting,photosynthetic photon flux density (ppfd); horticultura

POSTED TO: Protected Horticulture and Plant Factory [2288-0992]

Effect of Low Pressure Fog and External Watering on the Fruit Quality of Korean Melon Grown in Sumer

Shin, Y.S., Gyeongsangbuk-do Agricultural Research and Extension Services, Seongju et al. [mar2016]

The objective of this study was to examine the changes in temperature drop and fruit production due to low pressure fog system in plastic greenhouses during summer cultivation of Korean melon. The indoor temperature of plastic house was dropped by 7.6Celsius compared to control on July 26th, 2015 from 10:00 to 18:00. Fruit weight was smaller and lighter by 96g compared to control. The sugar co ...

SUBJECT: horticulture; horticultura; fruit weight,soluble solids,skin color,fruit hardness

POSTED TO: Protected Horticulture and Plant Factory [2288-0992]

De Novo Transcriptome Analysis of Cucumis melo L. var. makuwa

Kim, H.A., Korea Research Institute of Bioscience and Biotechnology, Daejeon et al. [feb2016]

Oriental melon (Cucumis melo L. var. makuwa) is one of six subspecies of melon and is cultivated widely in East Asia, including China, Japan, and Korea. Although oriental melon is economically valuable in Asia and is genetically distinct from other subspecies, few reports of genome-scale research on oriental melon have been published. We generated 30.5 and 36.8 Gb of raw RNA sequence data from ...

SUBJECT: melons; genetic linkage map,korean melon,simple sequence re-peat,single-nucleotide polymorphism,transcriptome analysis; melon

POSTED TO: Molecules and Cells [1016-8478]

Lowered Substrate pH Reduced the Bicarbonate Injury during Vegetative Growth of 'Ssanta' Strawberry

Lee, H.S., National Institute of Horticultural and Herbal Science, Wanju et al. [apr2017]

Objective of this research was to investigate the influence of lowered substrate pH on the reduction of bicarbonate injury in the vegetative growth of 'Ssanta' strawberry. The acid substrate was formulated by mixing sphagnum peat moss with pine bark (5:5, v/v) and the pH, EC, and CEC of the substrate were 4.07, 0.46 dSㆍm∨-1, and 91.3 cmol+ ㆍkg∨-1, respectively. To adjust the pH of acid substra ...

SUBJECT: horticulture; horticultura; chemical property,dolomitic lime,pre-planting fertilizer,tissue analysis

POSTED TO: Protected Horticulture and Plant Factory [2288-0992]