한국환경과학회지 제28권 제6호 (p.545-552)

|ORIGINAL ARTICLE|
저관리 도시농업을 위한 벽면녹화 부직포 처리가 식용꽃인 한련화(Tropaeolum majus L.)의 생육과 개화에 미치는 영향

Effect of Layers of Non-woven Fabric on the Growth and Flowering of Edile Flower Tropaeolum majus L. in the Vertical Greening System for Lower Maintenance Urban Agriculture
키워드 :
Dry stress,Non-woven fabric,Plant growth,Soil moisture content,Hanging basket

목차

Abstract
1. 서 론
2. 재료 및 방법
  2.1. 연구재료
  2.2. 연구방법
3. 결과 및 고찰
  3.1. 벽면녹화 식재지반 내 토양중량수분함량의 변화
  3.2. 식물의 형태적 변화
  3.3. 식물의 생리적 변화
  3.4. 개화수
  3.5. 토양중량수분함량과 생육특성 및 개화수 간의 상관관계 분석
4. 결 론
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초록

Tropaeolum majus, with a high decorative and food demand for vertical greening systems, has been utilized to revitalize urban agriculture. The effects of number of non-woven fabrics in a non-water environment and the adaptability of T. majus to this system were investigated. Planting ground composition of the container-type wall vertical greening system was made using non-woven fabric in one, two, three, or four layers. The results showed that the soil water content remained the highest when the non-woven fabric comprised 4 sheets. The morphological properties showed more growth with the 4 sheets than with 1, 2, and 3 sheets. In terms of physiological characteristics, chlorophyll content was mostly high in the 4 sheets, while shoot fresh weight value was in the order of 3 sheets > 4 sheets > 2 sheets > 1 sheet, and root fresh weight value was in the order of 4 sheets > 2 sheets > 1 sheet > 3 sheets. The dry weight of the measured values in the shoot was in the order of 4 sheets > 3 sheets > 2 sheets > 1 sheet while no clear difference was found in the root of each treatment. The difference in the flowring characteristics was not different, but in evaluating the characteristics as a whole, the growth in the three layers of non-waven fabric was the best. In addition, the soil moisture content and the growth characteristics were statistically significant as a positive correlation between the groups. Thus, greater the non-woven fabric, the higher is the adaptability of T. majus to dry stress under soil water-free conditions by maintaining soil moisture content. This showed that it represented an effective alternative as a method of vertical greening system for lower maintenance urban agriculture.