Effect of phosphoric fertilizer, seeds soak in boron and harvest dates in growth, yield and quality of two mung bean
Kirkuk University Journal For Agricultural Sciences,
2019, Volume 10, Issue 1, Pages 111-128
AbstractThe experiment was conducted in Rania site which is far (180 km) from the Governorate of Sulaymaniyah Center during the summer season (2015) in aim to study the effect of three levels of phosphoric fertilizer (0, 50 and 100 kg P2O5 / ha), two levels of seeds soak in boron (zero and 250 ppm) and two harvest dates (early and late) on two mung bean varieties (black and green), using factorial experiment in randomized complete block desgin (R.C.B.D) with three replications. Results showed superiority of plants for green local variety with the level of manure (50 kg P2O5 / h) soaked the seeds in boron and the date of the early harvest which gave the highest biological yield and harvest index (25.12g /plant) and (55.25%) respectively. The factoral treatment consisting of locally green variety level of manure (50 kg P2O5 / h) soaked the seeds in boron for pod length and 1000 seeds weight with the values (10.50 cm) and (50.52 gr) respectively. Were superior than factoral treatments consisting of (50 kg P2O5 / h) soaked seeds in boron for both black and green varieties was superior for the plant height (60.00 cm).
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