Introduction of perspective varieties of tulips in Mangystau for wide implementation of green construction in practice
  • Article Type: Research Article
  • Eurasian Journal of Biosciences, 2019 - Volume 13 Issue 2, pp. 1303-1310
  • Published Online: 27 Sep 2019
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Reference: Duisenova NI, Imanbayeva AA, Temirbaeva KZ, Belozerov IF. Introduction of perspective varieties of tulips in Mangystau for wide implementation of green construction in practice. Eurasia J Biosci. 2019;13(2), 1303-1310.

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Reference: Duisenova NI, Imanbayeva AA, Temirbaeva KZ, Belozerov IF. Introduction of perspective varieties of tulips in Mangystau for wide implementation of green construction in practice. Eurasia J Biosci. 2019;13(2):1303-10.

Abstract

The article describes the results of tulip variety introduction study in the collection of the Mangyshlaksky Experimental Botanical Garden (MEBG). They also presented the development of a comprehensive scale to diagnose the prospects of tulip varieties under the arid conditions of Mangystau.
The aim of our study is to identify the promising varieties of tulips and replicate the most decorative of them for landscape design and green building of cities and settlements in Mangystau.
Tulips are almost never used in the gardening of Mangystau region settlements and cities. Many Dutch tulip varieties, introduced into other climatic conditions, do not fully demonstrate their decorative qualities. The conduct of studies on the assessment of varieties makes it possible to identify the most promising varieties that display their biological and decorative properties as much as possible under the new conditions of introduction. To determine the promising qualities of Tulipa hybrida hort. varieties they selected the scales most common in phytointroduction practice by V.N. Bylov, E.L. Tyshchenko and Yu.V. Timkina's method and a new regional evaluation scale of their prospects was developed on the basis of their approbation with regard of the variety belonging to a particular group.
At present, 152 varieties of tulips from 13 garden classes grow in MEBG collection of flower and ornamental plants. This paper presents the results of two-year observations of tulip varieties. Introduced tulips grow successfully in arid conditions of Mangyshlak under favorable terms, show a high decorative effect and the prospects for introduction into gardening.
Structurally developed regional scale for tulip varieties includes 11 diagnostic signs divided into three sections: biological stability; decorative and habitual properties; reproductive ability.
4 "medium", 24 "raised", 17 "highly promising" and 5 "very promising" tulip varieties were revealed after comprehensive assessment, which allow you to create decorative floral compositions of various types in the conditions of Mangystau arid zone.

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