Journal of Food Quality / 2019 / Article / Tab 4

Research Article

Effects of Root Cooling on Plant Growth and Fruit Quality of Cocktail Tomato during Two Consecutive Seasons

Table 4

Effects of root cooling on concentrations of elements of cocktail tomato fruits in two seasons.

2017-2018 winter2018 summer
“Amoroso”“Delioso”“Amoroso”“Delioso”
ControlCoolpControlCoolpControlCoolpControlCoolp

C (%)44.16 ± 0.2244.19 ± 0.250.85843.5 ± 0.7243.61 ± 0.510.76845.81 ± 0.2845.42 ± 0.130.01745.63 ± 0.4245.73 ± 0.450.696
N (%)1.93 ± 0.211.85 ± 0.080.3991.74 ± 0.121.53 ± 0.100.0112.21 ± 0.111.97 ± 0.260.0772.12 ± 0.182.03 ± 0.110.320
K (%)4.36 ± 0.294.43 ± 0.100.5824.68 ± 0.254.38 ± 0.540.2543.01 ± 0.242.75 ± 0.260.1073.29 ± 0.153.32 ± 0.270.797
P (%)0.50 ± 0.030.48 ± 0.020.1520.51 ± 0.030.43 ± 0.060.0300.40 ± 0.030.34 ± 0.040.0280.44 ± 0.030.40 ± 0.020.019
S (%)0.15 ± 0.010.15 ± 0.010.2840.15 ± 0.000.13 ± 0.010.0040.19 ± 0.010.18 ± 0.020.8390.20 ± 0.010.20 ± 0.020.749
Ca (%)0.07 ± 0.010.06 ± 0.000.2760.06 ± 0.010.05 ± 0.000.0730.08 ± 0.010.09 ± 0.010.1180.10 ± 0.010.09 ± 0.010.641
Mg (%)0.10 ± 0.010.09 ± 0.010.5850.10 ± 0.020.09 ± 0.010.2650.08 ± 0.010.08 ± 0.010.8660.09 ± 0.010.10 ± 0.010.027
Zn (mg/kg)1943 ± 3.1821.16 ± 2.840.34322.05 ± 4.8318.88 ± 2.510.19421.16 ± 2.8416.47 ± 2.750.01621.68 ± 2.391811 ± 0.650.027
Fe (mg/kg)53.10 ± 5.0050.84 ± 8.240.58253.4 ± 7.0245.2 ± 4.600.042
Na (mg/kg)148.16 ± 14.09152.39 ± 9.860.562179.06 ± 12.47183.19 ± 19.430.67282.18 ± 11.4392.89 ± 15.610.20891.79 ± 24.5897.53 ± 40.740.775
Mn (mg/kg)5.95 ± 0.50547 ± 0.550.1445.66 ± 1.524.91 ± 0.630.3036.49 ± 1.504.93 ± 0.650.0526.28 ± 0.675.40 ± 0.930.095

—, iron concentrations in 2018 summer were below the detection limit.. Significant differences () are indicated in bold.

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