SERVIÇOS

Curso de Roguing

Instrutor: Plínio Zavaglia

Para garantir qualidade ao processo de produção de mudas a RIDESA/UFSCar oferece o “Curso de Treinamento de Roguistas”, para habilitar ou aperfeiçoar indivíduos para o trabalho ou coordenação e execução da atividade de roguing, fornecendo informações técnicas e treinamento prático para reconhecimento e soluções dos problemas fitossanitários da cana-de-açúcar.

Análises Nematológicas

Responsável: Dr. Evandro Henrique Schinor

O Laboratório de Nematologia do DBV/CCA dispõe de equipamentos necessários para determinação de níveis de ocorrência de nematóides através do processamento de amostras de solo e raízes de plantas, quantificação dos parasitos reconhecidamente prejudiciais às diversas culturas, sejam elas anuais, semiperenes ou perenes. Plantas no campo ou em viveiros podem ser analisadas.

Análise de Raquitismo-da-soqueira

Responsável: Dr. Alfredo Urashima

O diagnóstico do raquitismo da soqueira da cana-de-açúcar é realizado com o objetivo de se avaliar a incidência e determinar os níveis de infecção da bactéria em viveiros de mudas e canaviais comerciais, fornecendo subsídios para as medidas de controle.

Artigos publicados

Comparison of different selection methods in the seedling stage of sugarcane breeding

Danilo Eduardo Cursi; Mike C.Cox; Carina de Oliveira Anoni; Hermann Paulo Hoffmann; Rodrigo Gazaffi; Antonio Augusto Franco Garcia. Family selection is an important procedure to be considered in the early stage of sugarcane (Saccharum spp.) breeding. Different approaches are available, but few comparative studies are performed in practice. The aim of this study was to evaluate the potential genetic gain when different selection strategies at early sugarcane breeding stages are considered. Two experiments involving the first and second selection stages of the Sugarcane Breeding Program of RIDESA/UFSCar were performed. In the first stage, three selection methods based on the concept of selecti

RB985476 -a sugarcane cultivar with high agro-industrial yield and disease resistance

Monalisa Sampaio Carneiro, Roberto Giacomini Chapola, Antonio Ribeiro Fernandes Junior, Danilo Eduardo Cursi, Thiago Willian Almeida Balsalobre and Hermann Paulo Hoffmann. RB985476 has a high tillering capacity, excellent canopy cover, high longevity, high agro-industrial yield, medium to low fiber content and high germination capacity after mechanical harvesting. RB985476 is resistant to smut, brown and orange rusts and recommended for harvest in the middle growing season in the south-central region of Brazil.

Establishment of gene pools for systematic heterosis exploitation in sugarcane breeding

Thiago Otavio Mendes de Paula; Bruno Portela Brasileiro; Danilo Eduardo Cursi; Edjane Gonçalves de Freitas; João Messias dos Santos; Marcos Deon Vilela de Resende; Collins Kimbeng; Márcio Henrique Pereira Barbosa In sugarcane (Saccharum spp) breeding, despite the potential use of reciprocal recurrent selection (RRS) to explore both non‐additive and additive effects for economic value traits, to date no publications have targeted obtaining heterotic groups to support this selection strategy. The aim of this study was: i) to identify sugarcane gene pools to effectively explore non‐additive and additive genetic effects via reciprocal recurrent selection, ii) to estimate genetic parameters and i

Energy cane breeding

Geraldo Veríssimo de Souza Barbosa; João Messias dos Santos; Carlos Assis Diniz; Danilo Eduardo Cursi; Hermann Paulo Hoffmann Sugarcane (Saccharum spp.) is grown in all tropical and subtropical regions of the world, and the main products derived from this raw material are sugar, ethanol, and electricity. The energy cane can be understood as the cane that provides greater lignocellulosic biomass, with the total utilization of the plant (stalks, leaves, and straw), and thus raise the ethanol production through hydrolysis of lignocellulosic biomass, increase electric energy generation, in addition to optimizing the production of other fiber derivatives. In order to obtain energy cane cultivars,

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