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Phenological growth stages of hemp (Cannabis sativa L.): codification and description according to the BBCH scale Sergey Mishchenko1, Jurij Mokher1, Iryna Laiko1, Natalija Burbulis2, Hanna Kyrychenko1, Svetlana Dudukova1 Institute of Bast Crops of NAAS of Ukraine, Tereshchenko 45, Hlukhiv, Sumy Region, 41400, Ukraine 1
Aleksandras Stulginskis University, Studentų St. 11, LT-53361 Akademija, Kaunas Distr., Lithuania E-mail: [email protected]; [email protected] 2
The current paper discusses the characteristics of principal growth stages of hemp (Canabis sativa), provides a brief description of these stages and of the coding system according to the BBCH scale. The growing season of hemp is divided into nine principal growth stages: germination and sprouting (0), leaf development (1), formation of lateral shoots (2), stem elongation (3), inflorescence emergence (5), flowering (6), development of fruit (7), ripening of fruit (8) and senescence (9). The principal growth stages are subdivided into secondary stages based on their main distinctive features. The classification system of hemp growth stages presented in the paper is designed for hemp growers and researchers, including plant breeders, physiologists, entomologists and other agricultural producers. Using the uniform coding system of the phenological stages of hemp is a valuable tool to ensure a more efficient planning and implementation of crop and soil management practices and techniques. Keywords: BBCH-scale, Cannabis sativa L., dioecious hemp, monoecious hemp, phenological growth stages
INTRODUCTION Hemp (Cannabis sativa L.) has been grown for over 5,000 years for multiple purposes. Its fibre can be used for manufacturing of clothes, insulating material, or as a composite material (Karus, Vogt, 2004). Besides, hemp has been suggested by various researchers for the production of briquettes (Mankowski, Kolodziej, 2008), bioethanol (Tutt, Olt, 2011), biogas (Prade et al., 2011) and biodiesel (Rehman et al., 2013). Furthermore, it has been shown to be suitable for crop rotation due to its phytoremediation characteristics (Linger et al., 2002). The BBCH (Biologische Bundesantalt, Bundessortenamt and CHemische Industrie, Germany) scale is a system for the uniform coding of phenologically similar stages (stages of growth and development in ontogeny) in different species of
dicotyledonous and monocotyledonous plants (Meier, 2001). The scale was based on a widely used decimal scale for grains and rice published by Zadoks et al. (1974). Taken as a basis, different specific BBCH scales have been developed for a range of plant species, such as rapeseed (Lancashire et al., 1991), coffee (Arcila-Pulgarin et al., 2002), camelina (Martinelli, Galasso, 2011). The basic principles of the BBCH system are as follows: – To identify and describe external (morphological) features of the phenological stages that are easily recognizable visually; – As a rule, unless otherwise is indicated, only the main stem is taken into consideration; – Principal and secondary stages can occur simultaneously. In this case, they are indicated using a slash (e.g. 16/22);
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– A period between two specific stages is indicated using a dash (e.g. 51–69); – A stage begins if it is determined in at least 50% of the plants (Meier, 2001). In hemp, primarily, the following stages of growth and development are recognized: germination and emergence, vegetative stage, flowering and seed formation, senescence (Mediavilla et al., 1998), germination stage, stage of slow growth, rapid growth period, period between growth of flower buds in the leaf axis and the time when the first flowers open, flowering, growth of the achene (Bócsa, Karus, 1998), etc. The uniform coding system of the hemp phenology is important for the correct timing of management practices, such as fertiliser application, pest, disease and weed control, in studying adaptability to different climatic conditions and in developing breeding programmes. However, there is no data on the BBCH scale for the growth and development stages of hemp (Cannabis sativa L.) in the sources known to us, including the BBCH monograph (Meier, 2001), review on the use of the scale for different species or crops (Meier et al., 2009). Meanwhile, there have been attempts made to code phenological stages passed by hemp during ontogenesis (Mediavilla et al., 1998; Vyrovets et al., 2012). However, these systems are very different from the conventional BBCH coding system. The current paper proposes the individual codes by the BBCH scale of phenological growth and development stages of hemp (Cannabis sativa L.).
METHODS AND CONDITIONS The system of phenological stages of hemp and individual codes by the BBCH scale were developed based on a long-term observation of growth and development stages of this species. First, we recorded the qualitative and quantitative changes in plant growth and development, beginning, duration and end of stages, and then made a generalization. A lot of modern varieties of monoecious and dioecious hemp, samples from the National (Ukrainian) Hemp Collection of Genetic Resources, including wild and local varieties and inbred lines, and hybrids were used in the investigation. Varieties of different genetic origin, created in different countries, were used for the studies. In dioecious forms of hemp the phenological stages of male and female seed plants were investigated, and in monoecious forms of hemp the phenological stages of monoecious female seed plants (main sexual type) were studied. RESULTS AND DISCUSSION In order to standardize the coding of phenological stages of growth and development, we offer a system of growth and development stages, individual codes in accordance with the BBCH scale and the comments (explanations) shown in the Table. They have been developed on the basis of the general BBCH scale (Hack et al., 1992; Meier, 2001) and on the authors’ experience of many years in conducting biological and breeding research on hemp.
Table. Phenological stages of growth and development of hemp (Cannabis sativa L.), individual codes by the BBCH-scale Code
Description
Principal growth stage 0: Germination, sprouting 00
Dry seeds
01
Beginning of seed imbibition
03
Seed imbibition complete
05
Radicle (root) emerged from seed
06
Elongation of radicle, formation of root hairs and lateral roots
07
Hypocotyl with cotyledons or shoot breaking through seed coat
08
Hypocotyl with cotyledons growing towards soil surface
09
Emergence: cotyledons break through soil surface
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Table (continued) Code
Description
Principal growth stage 1: Leaf development1 10
Cotyledons completely unfolded; first leaves separated
11
1 true leaf pair (simple)
12
2 true leaf pairs (compound)
13
3 true leaf pairs (compound)
14
4 true leaf pairs (compound)
15
5 true leaf pairs (compound)
16
6 true leaf pairs (compound)
17
7 true leaf pairs (compound)
18
8 true leaf pairs (compound)
19
9 and more true leaf pairs (compound)
Principal growth stage 2: Formation of lateral shoots2 21
First lateral shoot visible
25
Several lateral shoots in the base of leaf
Principal growth stage 3: Stem elongation3 31
Stem 10% of final length
32
Stem 20% of final length
33
Stem 30% of final length
34
Stem 40% of final length
35
Stem 50% of final length
36
Stem 60% of final length
37
Stem 70% of final length
38
Stem 80% of final length
39
Stem 90% of final length
Principal growth stage 5: Inflorescence emergence4, 5 51
First individual flower buds of male flowers visible
55
Bulk appearance of male flower buds
59
Leaves of simple calyciform 5-part perianth of male flowers separated but buds still closed
1
In hemp, not only opposite leaf aestivation with bifolia stem nodes, but the combination of opposite, alternate, ringworm leaf aestivation and unifoliate, bifoliate, trifoliate, tetrafoliate stem nodes may be observed. In this case not the number of true leaves, but the number of stem nodes shall be determined. The principal growth stage 1 occurs simultaneously with the principal growth stage 3. 2 The principal stage of growth 2 occurs simultaneously with principal growth stages 17–19. 3 Hemp reaches more than 50% of the final stem length (growth stages 36–39) in principle growth stages 5 and 6. 4 Principal growth stage 4 is absent in hemp. 5 For female flowers, principal growth stage 5 (budding) is quite difficult to determine; usually it occurs at a similar time as that for male flowers.
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Table (continued) Code
Description
Principal growth stage 6: Flowering6 60
First individual flowers open
62
20% of flowers open
63
30% of flowers open
64
40% of flowers open
65
Full flowering: 50% of flowers open
67
Flowering finishing: 70% of flowers open, many male flowers fallen, fruit set visible
69
End of flowering
Principal growth stage 7: Development of fruit7 71
10% of fruits have reached final size and coloration
72
20% of fruits have reached final size and coloration
73
30% of fruits have reached final size and coloration
74
40% of fruits have reached final size and coloration
75
50% of fruits have reached final size and coloration
76
60% of fruits have reached final size and coloration
77
70% of fruits have reached final size and coloration
78
80% of fruits have reached final size and coloration
79
Nearly all fruits have reached final size and coloration
Principal growth stage 8: Ripening of fruit8 81
Beginning of ripening
83
30% of ripe fruits
85
50% of ripe fruits
87
70% of ripe fruits
89
Fully ripe, beginning of fruit abscission
Principal growth stage 9: Senescence9 91
Shoot development completed, top leaves still green
93
Beginning of top leaves falling or dying out
95
50% of top leaves fallen or died out
97
End of leaf fall, plants dying out
99
Harvested product
6
The flowering stage in populations of monoecious hemp forms has to be determined separately for male and female flowers on the main sex – monoecious female seed plant (has compact inflorescences with female flowers dominating over male); in dioecious hemp forms, the flowering stage has to be determined separately for male flowers of male hemp and female flowers of female seed hemp. Growth stages 67–69 usually occur simultaneously with growth stages 71–75. 7 Stages 75–79 usually occur simultaneously with growth stages 81–85. Stages of fruit development in populations of monoecious forms of hemp shall be determined on monoecious female seed plants; in dioecious hemp it shall be determined on female seed plants, for growth stage 7 is absent in male plants. 8 The stage of ripening in populations of monoecious hemp forms shall be determined on monoecious female seed plants; in dioecious hemp forms, it shall be determined on female seed plants, for growth stage 8 is absent in male plants. 9 Stages 91–93 usually occur simultaneously with growth stage 89.
Phenological growth stages of hemp (Cannabis sativa L.): codification and description according to the BBCH scale
CONCLUSIONS The developed system of phenological stages of hemp (Cannabis sativa L.) growth and development and the individual codes by the BBCH scale may be recommended for use in the fields of agronomy, plant breeding, physiology, pathology, and entomology. Using the uniform coding of phenological stages of hemp will promote more effective planning and management of scientific experiments and practice. It will allow a precise determination of herbicide and insecticide application timing, foliar application of macro- and micronutrients, periods of intensive growth, formation of seeds, artificial isolation and hybridization. Received 24 April 2017 Accepted 22 June 2017
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Sergey Mishchenko, Jurij Mokher, Iryna Laiko, Natalija Burbulis, Hanna Kyrychenko, Svetlana Dudukova SĖJAMOSIOS KANAPĖS (CANNABIS SATIVA L.) AUGIMO TARPSNIŲ KODAVIMAS PAGAL BBCH SISTEMĄ Santrauka Straipsnyje aptariami pagrindinių kanapės augimo tarpsnių požymiai, pateikiamas jų trumpas aprašymas ir kodavimo sistema pagal BBCH skalę. Kanapės vegetacijos periodas yra suskirstytas į devynis pagrindinius augimo tarpsnius: sėklų dygimas ir daigai (0), lapų formavimasis (1), šoninių stiebų formavimasis (2), stiebo augimas (3), butonizacija (5), žydėjimas (6), vaisių formavimasis (7), vaisių brendimas (8) ir senėjimas (9). Pagrindiniai augimo tarpsniai suskirstyti į potarpsnius nurodant jų pagrindinius skiriamuosius požymius. Straipsnyje pateikiama kanapės auginimo tarpsnių klasifikacinė sistema naudinga kanapės augintojams ir mokslininkams (selekcininkams, fiziologams, entomologams ir t. t.). Rekomenduojama naudoti agronomijos, augalų selekcijos, fiziologijos, patologijos ir entomologijos sričių mokslininkams ir agrarinio sektoriaus darbuotojams. Vieningos sėjamosios kanapės fenologinių tarpsnių kodavimo sistema užtikrins efektyvesnį agrotechnologinių priemonių planavimą ir naudojimą. Raktažodžiai: BBCH skalė, Canabis sativa L., dvinamė kanapė, fenologiniai augimo tarpsniai, vienanamė kanapė

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