Study of the Behaviour of the Implantation of Ulmus Pumila in Field from Phenotypically Selected Material
Amorós, M.C., Bautista, I., Ruiz-Fernández, J., Mauri, P.V.
Ulmus pumila L. is a woody plant that has been used as short rotation energy crop. In this work it has been studied the implantation of phenotypically selected material. This material from clones, was obtained vegetative propagated in a previous assay and selected for its predominant characteristics for the production of biomass. The assay was carried out at IMIDRA (Alcalá de Henares, Madrid, Spain). Eight different clones with thirty individuals from each were evaluated. Different physical parameters such height and chlorophyll were measured for three years. After this period we carried out the harvest to the clones for the evaluation of different parameters related to the characterization for biomass production. From the analysis of these parameters, it can be observed that there are significant differences between the different clones, such as height, diameter. Observing that each clone has a different growth.
biomass, energy crops, production, Ulmus pumila L.
Biomass crops and energy grasses
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