2013
DOI: 10.1590/s1806-66902013000300030
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Abstract: * RESUMO -No Brasil, 60% da área cultivada com bananeiras são das cultivares Prata, Prata Anã e Pacovan, no entanto, apesar da representatividade e importância destes genótipos, todos são suscetíveis às principais pragas e doenças desta Cultura. O objetivo foi avaliar o crescimento, desenvolvimento e produção de 23 genótipos de bananeiras: Caipira, Calipso, Bucaneiro, FHIA-02, FHIA-17, Thap Maeo, FHIA-01, FHIA-18, PA42-44, PA94-01, ST42-08, PV42-53, PV42-142, e PV79-34, PV94-01, PV42-81, YB42-21, YB42-03, YB42… Show more

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“…Regardless of the production cycles, the 'FHIA 17', 'Nanicão IAC 2001' and 'Grand Naine' cultivars had fruit length averages, respectively, of 21.0 cm, 21.0 cm and 21.9 cm ( Table 1). The fruit length of the Nanica type cultivars in this study were similar to the range (20.9 to 25.0 cm) found by Borges, Silva, Oliveira, andRoberto (2011), Donato et al (2006), Mendonça et al (2013), Njuguna et al (2008), Nomura et al (2013b), and Ramos, Leonel, Mischan, and Damatto Jr. (2009). The final size of banana fruit depends on several factors, such as temperature, the number of leaves and leaf area during bunch development, soil fertility, water availability, and maturity stage at harvest (Robinson & Gálan-Saúco, 2011).…”
Section: Productionsupporting
confidence: 91%
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“…Regardless of the production cycles, the 'FHIA 17', 'Nanicão IAC 2001' and 'Grand Naine' cultivars had fruit length averages, respectively, of 21.0 cm, 21.0 cm and 21.9 cm ( Table 1). The fruit length of the Nanica type cultivars in this study were similar to the range (20.9 to 25.0 cm) found by Borges, Silva, Oliveira, andRoberto (2011), Donato et al (2006), Mendonça et al (2013), Njuguna et al (2008), Nomura et al (2013b), and Ramos, Leonel, Mischan, and Damatto Jr. (2009). The final size of banana fruit depends on several factors, such as temperature, the number of leaves and leaf area during bunch development, soil fertility, water availability, and maturity stage at harvest (Robinson & Gálan-Saúco, 2011).…”
Section: Productionsupporting
confidence: 91%
“…The final step of breeding is to evaluate plants in different regions to determine its soil and climate adaptability, as well as its resistance to pests and diseases (Roque, Amorim, Ferreira, Ledo, & Amorim, 2014;Mendonça, Duarte, Costa, Matos, & Seleguini, 2013;Nomura et al, 2013a;2013b;Oliveira, Lessa, Silva, & Oliveira, 2008). Fruit postharvest characteristics are also an important parameter for evaluating the final quality of produced fruits (Godoy et al, 2016;Reis, Viana, Jesus, Santos, & Oliveira, 2016;Castricini, Santos, Deliza, Coelho, & Rodrigues, 2015).…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…cultivars planted at the Frutacor farm, in the municipality of Limoeiro do Norte, in the state of Ceará, Brazil (1) . productive areas, such as in the municipality of Urandi, in the state of Bahia (Donato et al, 2009), and in the municipality of Goiânia, in the state of Goiás, both in Brazil (Mendonça et al, 2013). At the region of Vale do Ribeira, in the state of São Paulo, Nomura et al (2013) reported production periods ranging from 9.1 months, for the cultivar BRS Japira, to 13.8 months, for Caipira.…”
Section: Resultsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The cultivar 'Caipira' fertilized with 150% of the recommendation produced, on average, 223 fruits per cycle ( Figure 2C), with perspective of being even more productive through the application of higher doses of N and K. This value was much higher than that obtained for 'Maçã' , from 60 (Ramos et al, 2009) to 83 fruits per cycle (Mendonça et al, 2013). The yields obtained by 'Caipira' and 'BRS Princesa' were similar to those already observed for the same cultivars by Nomura et al (2013b).…”
Section: Resultsmentioning
confidence: 80%
“…In comparison to 'Maçã' , both cultivars showed higher fresh weight of marketable hands (Ramos et al, 2009;Mendonça et al, 2013), which indicates its competitive potential for the national market. The yield of both cultivars, even in the absence of fertilization, was higher than the mean of the 'Maçã' banana, of 9.9 Mg ha -1 (Ramos et al, 2009), confirming the potential of the cultivars 'Caipira' and 'BRS Princesa' .…”
Section: Resultsmentioning
confidence: 87%