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Hunan Province Institute of Atomic Energy Application in Agriculture

The institute is the only specialized research institute specializing in nuclear technology application in agriculture. It has 156 staff members, including 104 workers in service within which 49 are scientific research cadres and 15 are senior technicians. The institute has 4 scientific research laboratories, one of which is the Flowers Laboratory with 9 senior and junior researchers and 3 assistant workers. A sunshine panel greenhouse, a web-house and two steel tube sheds are also in possession of the Flowers Laboratory. The Optimal Water Line Cultivation is a new cultivation technology and theory obtained after many years’ experiments. Six relating papers have been published and one of them The Optimal Water Line Cultivation and Its Research Progress was selected by 2009 Conference on the Key Technology of Horticultural Produce to be a focus discussion paper on the conference and won attention and praise from relevant experts.


Project Profile

Key technology of Optimal Water Line Cultivation: The technology designed to open a pole at the side of cultivation container at 0.618 from root of plants. (Patent No.: ZL200520052782.X) This technology is a common key technology of water-saving, fertilizer conservation, high-yielding, and environment protection over plant cultivation of grain, cotton, oil, fruits, vegetable, tea, flower, medicinal herb, feed and raw materials of industry. This technology also realized a major breakthrough of theory and technology of high-yielding, water-saving cultivation by using water to repair root and water for roots, water transfer fertilizer, gas, and adjusting hormone. The Optimal Water Line Cultivation technology can be used in three-dimensional greening, terraced landscaping, desert landscaping, green roofs, afforestation of tough lands and even can be used as technical reference of space plant cultivation. The Optimal Water Line Cultivation is equivalent to equipping a small reservoir and a small fertilizer bank under each plant. By storing water and fertilizer at roots, this technology can effectively reduce the negative effects caused by droughts and floods. And it not only can increase production while reducing water consumption of some water consumption crops, such as rice, and to prevent diseases and lodging of rice, but also can increase the production of dry farming plants and the quality of fruits and vegetables by keeping water and fertilizer for dry farmland.

Contact
Li Qingfeng
Address: Hunan Province Academy of Agricultural Sciences, Mapoling, Furong District, Changsha, Hunan Province
Postcode: 410125
Tel: 0731-84691557 13973117408
E-mail: lqf16888@126.com