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2015-05-01

{RETRACTED] Growth of three color hybrids of sweet paprika under greenhouse conditions

[RETRACTADO] Crecimiento de tres híbridos de pimentón de colores en condiciones de invernadero

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.15446/agron.colomb.v33n2.49667

Keywords:

vegetables, Bogota Plateau, leaf area, dry matter, fruit color (en)
hortalizas, Sabana de Bogotá, área foliar, materia seca, color de frutos (es)

Authors

  • Fernando Peña B. Universidad de Ciencias Aplicadas y Ambientales (U.D.C.A.) - Faculty of Agricultural Engineering
  • Ingeborg Zenner de Polanía Universidad de Ciencias Aplicadas y Ambientales (U.D.C.A.) - Faculty of Agricultural Engineering

[Retracted] The color varieties of sweet paprika are conquering the Colombian vegetables markets, not only because of their fancy colors, but also because they are one of the best sources of ascorbic acid and carotenoids as well as phenolic compounds, important in the human diet. Therefore, basic studies related to the growth and development of the available imported varieties under greenhouse conditions on the Bogota Plateau are required.In a completely randomized block design with five replicates, biometric parameters of the hybrids Plinio, Menta RZ and Orangery were evaluated, showing that the latter one was statistically different for leaf area, leaf area index and number of leaves during the 20 study weeks, while the dry matter in the leaves, stems and roots showed no differences between the varieties. Although, 'Orangery' exhibited the highest percent of final allocation of accumulated dry matter in the fruits, being, in general, the most promising hybrid for cultivation under the research conditions.

[Retractado] El pimentón de colores está conquistando el mercado de hortalizas colombianas, no solamente por sus bonitos colores, sino también por ser considerado uno de las mejores fuentes de ácido ascórbico, y carotenoides, como también de compuestos fenólicos importantes en la dieta de los humanos. Por lo tanto se requieren estudios básicos relacionados con el crecimiento y desarrollo de las variedades disponibles, importadas, bajo condiciones de invernadero en la Sabana de Bogotá. En un diseño de bloques completamente al azar, con cinco repeticiones, se evaluaron parámetros biométricos de los híbridos Plinio, Menta RZ y Orangery, mostrando que este último se diferencia estadísticamente en los parámetros área foliar, índice del área foliar y número de hojas durante las 20 semanas del estudio, mientras que la materia seca en hojas, tallos y raíces no mostró diferencia entre ellos. Igualmente, 'Orangery' presentó el mayor porcentaje de distribución final de materia seca acumulada en los frutos, lo que en general muestra a ese híbrido como el más promisorio para ser cultivado bajo las condiciones mencionadas.

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Peña B., F., & Zenner de Polanía, I. (2015). {RETRACTED] Growth of three color hybrids of sweet paprika under greenhouse conditions. Agronomía Colombiana, 33(2), 139–146. https://doi.org/10.15446/agron.colomb.v33n2.49667

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Peña B., Fernando, and Ingeborg Zenner de Polanía. 2015. “{RETRACTED] Growth of three color hybrids of sweet paprika under greenhouse conditions”. Agronomía Colombiana 33 (2):139-46. https://doi.org/10.15446/agron.colomb.v33n2.49667.

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