Study The Effect Of Using Phosphate Fertilizer, Soak Seeds In Boron And Harvest Dates To Improving The Characters Of Two Varieties Of Local Mung Bean (Vigna Radita L.)
Kirkuk University Journal For Agricultural Sciences,
2019, Volume 10, Issue 1, Pages 137-153
AbstractThe experiment was conducted in Kanye Bankh site which for the Governorate of Sulaymaniyah Center (180 km) during the summer season (2015) to study the effect of three levels of phosphate fertilizer (zero, 50 and 100 kg P2O5.h-1), two levels of soak seeds in boron (zero and 250 mg.kg-1) and two harvest dates (early and late) for 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 black locally variety for the level of manure (50 kg P2O5.h-1) soaked the seeds in boron of the early harvest date gave the highest biological yield (28.25 gr / plant), Which the factoral treatment consisting of local black variety for level of manure (50 kg P2O5.h-1) soaked the seeds in boron was for pod length and 1000 seeds weight and harvest index. The same treatment, for the locally green of the variety was Superior for percentage of protein, and gave manure level (50 kg P2O5.h-1) and soak the seeds in boron and early harvest date and high the seed yield the highest amount (13.56 g / plant). While superiority factoral treatments consisting of green and black locally and level fertilization phosphate (50 kg P2O5.h-1) and seeds soaked in boron significant on the other of the levels in giving it the highest plant height was (75.66 and 74.33 cm), respectively. And recorded the same factoral treatment to locally Green highest value for the character Number of branches/plant was (6.33 branch / plant), While the best factoral treatment for the character leaf area consisting of black locally product and the level of phosphate fertilization (50 kg P2O5.h-1) and soak the seeds in boron where recorded (1481.87 cm2 / plant).
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