2021
DOI: 10.1590/1983-21252021v34n115rc View full text |Buy / Rent full text
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Abstract: The use of organic fertilizers can improve the chemical, physical, and biological properties of the soil, with their use implying low environmental impact. This study aimed to evaluate the yield and quality of yellow passion fruit grown in an organic system associated with irrigation and input levels. A randomized complete block design in a 3x2 factorial arrangement with four replications was adopted. The factors evaluated were: three input levels (fertilizers and alternative pesticides) and the presence or ab… Show more

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“…Since there is no significant difference in profitability and revenue between irrigation and rainfed cultivation, the physical and economic planning of the irrigation system for passion fruit is necessary since prolonged water stress periods require supplementary irrigation for this crop (UCHÔA et al, 2021b), otherwise compromising fruit production even with the return of natural water availability due to irreversible stress (GALVÃO et al, 2020). In this case, higher rainfall rates decrease the variable cost (electricity and maintenance) with water supplementation.…”
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“…Since there is no significant difference in profitability and revenue between irrigation and rainfed cultivation, the physical and economic planning of the irrigation system for passion fruit is necessary since prolonged water stress periods require supplementary irrigation for this crop (UCHÔA et al, 2021b), otherwise compromising fruit production even with the return of natural water availability due to irreversible stress (GALVÃO et al, 2020). In this case, higher rainfall rates decrease the variable cost (electricity and maintenance) with water supplementation.…”
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“…Although the North region of Brazil offers favorable edaphoclimatic conditions for passion fruit cultivation, the annual rainfall is distributed asymmetrically throughout the year, with a drought period from May to September (INMET, 2020), limiting passion fruit cultivation since the crop requires 86 mm month -1 of water during flowering and fruit setting (DUTRA et al, 2018). Water availability is indispensable to reaching higher fruit yields and quality (CAVALCANTE et al, 2020;UCHÔA et al, 2021b), justifying the use of complementary irrigation as a profitable technique while observing the amount and moment of water application (ARAÚJO et al, 2013).…”
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