Physiological response of black pepper (Piper nigrum L.) to deficit irrigation

Clodoaldo Spadetto Ambrozim, Leonardo Oliveira Medici, Eleandro Silva da Cruz, João Felício Gonçalves Abreu, Daniel Fonseca de Carvalho

Resumo


Due to the amount of water used in the agricultural sector, compared to other activities, irrigation must be done
carefully and based on knowledge of plant water relations. The aim of this work was to evaluate the physiological behavior of young
black pepper plants (Piper nigrum L.), subjected to water defi cit, as well as the potential for recovery after stress. In 5 L pots, the
plants were subjected to different irrigation levels (100; 78; 58 and 32% of the control depth), with irrigation management performed
by an automatic controller from a water tension sensor in the soil. The following traits were evaluated: leaf osmotic potential (Ψo),
relative water content (RWC), stomatal conductance (gs) and photosynthetic pigments. To evaluate the plants’ recovery capacity,
substrate rehydration was performed when about 50% of the plants in a treatment had stomatal conductance (gs) close to zero. The
different levels of water defi cit reduced the values of all traits. In the treatment 32%, values of -2.39 MPa for Ψo, 60% for RWC and
gs close to zero were observed on the 28 th day of water restriction. After three days of rehydration of this treatment, the recovery
of these values was partial, not reaching the values of the treatments 100 and 78%. Black pepper plants showed high susceptibility
to water restrictions and low capacity for recovery after stress.

Palavras-chave


Osmotic potential. Stomata. Stomatal conductance. Water stress.

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