DOI: 10.5935/paet.v6.n1.05
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Abstract: A greater rooting of crop usually allows increased growth in the plant shoots. In this sense, this study aimed to test the effect of humic acid and L-glutamic acid on the growth of the root system of the sugarcane crop. The experiment was conducted in a greenhouse with the cultivar RB867515. The evaluation of the root system was performed 90 days after sowing, through the digital image analyzer Winrhizo LA 1600 ® . The variables evaluated were: length, surface area, volume, diameter and dry mass of root system… Show more

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