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The growth and development dynamics of small fraction bulbs of Hyacinthus orientalis

Okach Mariya Aleksandrovna

ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0001-7147-1676

Educational master, Botanical Garden-Institute, Volga State University of Technology

424300, Russia, respublika Marii El, g. Ioshkar-Ola, ul. Mira, 2b

OkachMA@volgatech.net
Egoshina Evgeniya Alekseevna

Student, Department of Landscape Gardening, Botany and Dendrology, Volga State University of Technology

424000, Russia, respublika Marii El, g. Ioshkar-Ola, ploshchad' Lenina, 3

egoshina_ev@bk.ru

DOI:

10.7256/2453-8809.2022.1.38133

Review date:

23-05-2022


Publish date:

16-06-2022


Abstract: Hyacinthus orientalis is a valuable decorative bulbous plant. One of the main limitations of its widespread use in landscaping is the low coefficient of vegetative reproduction and the high cost of planting material. Hyacinths are usually grown with the annual digging of bulbs in summer and planting them in autumn. The article presents the results of experience in growing bulbs of small hyacinth fraction with various agricultural techniques. The experiment was carried out in the period 2016-2018 in the open ground in the Botanical Garden-Institute of VSUT (the Mari El Republic). The dynamics of growth and development of 6 hyacinth varieties bulbs was studied during two-year cultivation with annual digging and without digging. It was found that the weight of bulbs of all studied hyacinths varieties increased intensively during two-year cultivation without annual digging. In the experiment variant with annual digging of bulbs weighing 7.3-8.5 g (first size), the formation of baby bulbs was noted only in the varieties Eros and Lady Derby, without annual digging in the varieties Carnegie, Lady Derby', Madame Sophie'. The weight of the bulbs of the second size (from 3.8 to 4.5 g) for 1 year of cultivation increased by an average of 1.6 times. Bulbs weighing up to 2 g (third size) for 2 years of cultivation are able to increase their weight by 3 times. Bulbs of terry varieties Rosette and Madame Sophie weighing up to 2 g grew better during two-year cultivation without annual digging. The data obtained can be used in the cultivation of hyacinths in decorative nurseries.


Keywords: oriental hyacinth, bulb mass, agrotechnics, bulbous plants, botanical garden, growth dynamics, coefficient of vegetative reproduction, introduction, open ground, growing
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