EFFECTS OF SALITILY ON THE GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT OF 3 CUCUMIS MELO CULTIVARS

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Lam Hoang Nguyen
Hieu Chi Phan
Thao Thi Thanh Kim
Ai Ngoc Trinh

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This study aimed to evaluation the respond ability of 3 species of 3 Cucumis Melo.  L (Green Melon – GM; Kim Co Nuong V1382 (KCN) and F1 Phung Tien – V1846 (PT) under the different concentrations of NaCl and CaCl2 (0, 50, 100, 200 và 300mM), the growth and development indices as germination percentage,
number of germination days, plant height, number of branches, leaf diameter. The results showed that 3 cultivars were well grow under 50mM concentration of NaCl và CaCl2 (the germination of GM and KCN were 5-6 days, PT was later than 1 day). However, the percentage of germintaion significantly decreased when increasing salt concentration and no observation was found under 200mM NaCl và CaCl2. Furthermore, root formation was also decreased when seed were imergered under higher salt concentratiion. However, we could not evaluated the quality of fruit because the death of plants was found at developmental stage.

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Nguyen, L., Phan, H., Kim, T. and Trinh, A. (2020) “EFFECTS OF SALITILY ON THE GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT OF 3 CUCUMIS MELO CULTIVARS”, The Scientific Journal of Tra Vinh University, 1(3), pp. 33-41. Available at: http://journal.tvu.edu.vn/index.php/journal/article/view/223 (Accessed: 16April2021).
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