[Relation between soil nutrient of artificially cultivated area and rhizome quality of Paris polyphylla var. yunnanensis].

Abstract

OBJECTIVE To explore the relation between the quality of the Herb-Paris and their cultivation of soil nutritional status. METHODS The soil nutrient status (0 - 30 cm) of Paris polyphylla var. yunnanensis, artificially cultivated areas were determined in 2009 and their rhizome qualities harvested in 2010 were evaluated respectively. Determination of 0 - 30cm depth soil ingredients status with soil conventional five nutritional analysis method of 29 artificial cultivation area, 9 Prefectures of Yunnan Province. RESULTS Soil nutrient has effect on quality of Herb-Paris medicinal ingredients. CONCLUSION The multiple linear stepwise regression analysis reveals that among a certain range, the steroidal saponin VII content is positively correlated with the content of soil organic matter and pH. Steroidal saponin H content is positively correlated with the content of soil organic matter, available P and pH. Steroidal saponin I is positively correlated with the content of available K, but negatively correlated with the content of available Herb-Paris, and steroidal saponin II is positively correlated with the content of soil organic matter and available K.

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@article{Yang2012RelationBS, title={[Relation between soil nutrient of artificially cultivated area and rhizome quality of Paris polyphylla var. yunnanensis].}, author={Yonghong Yang and Li-jun Dai and Kun-Hong He and Jian-rong Wei and T Zhao and B. L. Su and Ming-Hui Wang}, journal={Zhong yao cai = Zhongyaocai = Journal of Chinese medicinal materials}, year={2012}, volume={35 10}, pages={1557-61} }