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The method of cultivation and training of watermelon cultivar rugby ball


Bulletin of the Kanagawa Horticultural Experiment Station (34): 27-32
The method of cultivation and training of watermelon cultivar rugby ball
Some problems about cultivation in the fields of farms were investigated. Untrained cultivation in a plastic tunnel lowered the quality and resulted more puffy fruit or yellow vascular bundles than trained cultivation in a plastic tunnel. It was considered yellowing vascular bundle were more common by training cultivation in a plastic tunnel when there was much nitrogen in the soil. Three yield ways, growing in a plastic greenhouse, training cultivation in a plastic tunnel and untrained cultivation in a plastic tunnel compared with one another, yield and quality were superior by training cultivation in a plastic tunnel. The method of training was investigated in order to harvest better quality fruit. Consequently fruiting such as two fruit on three vines or three fruit on five vines was superior. About growing in a plastic greenhouse harvest at an early stage was investigated. Good quality of fruit was harvested early in June at the earliest and there was only a little merit by growing in a plastic greenhouse. As a result "Rugby ball" suited training cultivation in a plastic tunnel and it seemed by means of appropriate training skill it was possible to harvest good quality of fruit.


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