2020
DOI: 10.3390/agriculture10040106
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Abstract: Drought, heat, and salinity, as well as pests, are stressing agents, which have impressively declined the productivity and quality of sugarcane crop in harsh environments. Our study aimed to examine the effect of various chemical ripeners as alternatives to enhancing the reactiveness of the enzymatic antioxidant system of sugarcane crop. The field experiment consisted of spraying the ingredients, ethephon, ethyl-trinexapac, glyphosate, carboxylic compounds (MTD) and methyl-sulfumeturon on the Brazilian commerc… Show more

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“…They reported that the tolerant genotypes expressed better stability in these parameters than the sensitive genotypes [17]. Moreira et al [18] in 2020 found that spraying solutions consisting of glyphosate with the carboxylic compounds (MTD) insecticide and ethephon are the most technically effective way to enhance sugarcane performance adequately under uncontrollable or unpredictable agro-ecosystems for natural ripening in marginal lands with drought, heat, salinity, and other unfavorable conditions.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…They reported that the tolerant genotypes expressed better stability in these parameters than the sensitive genotypes [17]. Moreira et al [18] in 2020 found that spraying solutions consisting of glyphosate with the carboxylic compounds (MTD) insecticide and ethephon are the most technically effective way to enhance sugarcane performance adequately under uncontrollable or unpredictable agro-ecosystems for natural ripening in marginal lands with drought, heat, salinity, and other unfavorable conditions.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%