Comparative study of amaranth species (Amaranthus spp.) in the temperate continental climate of Russian Federation

Oksana DMITRIEVA, Semen IVANOV

Abstract


Field experiments were carried out in the Chuvash Republic, which is located in the center of the European part of Russia on the banks of the Volga River and has a moderately continental climate with warm summers, cold winters, well-defined transitional seasons and average annual rainfall of 500 mm. There are many cultural and wild species of amaranth in nature, differing in morphological and biological features. The objects of research were four common species of amaranth (Amaranthus spp.): A. cruentus L., A. caudatus L., A. hybridus L., A. spinosus L.. Particular attention in the experiment was paid to the morphological and biological characteristics of plants according to the growth stages during growing season and the formation of the yield of green mass and grain during 3 years of research. As a result of the experiment, the possibility of cultivating a heat-loving amaranth culture in the climatic conditions of the Chuvash Republic was proved and adaptive species for growing green mass (A.cruentus and A.caudatus) and for grain (A.cruentus) were identified.


Keywords


A. cruentus; A. caudatus; A. hybridus; A. spinosus ; climatic conditions; growing season; growth stages

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.14720/aas.2020.115.1.1281

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