Effect of compo fertilizer and sprinkle with yeast on the mineral content of two cultivars of Olive seedlings
|Kirkuk University Journal For Agricultural Sciences
|Article 9, Volume 12, Issue 1, March 2021, Pages 88-96 PDF (630.43 K)
|Document Type: Research Paper
|Avan saber Ahmed1; Jasem M. Khalaf2; Kareem S. Al Obaidy3
|1Agriculture college. (Horticulture &L. Design) -University of Kirkuk
|2Dep. of Horticulture &L. Design /Agriculture college/University of Kirkuk
|3Agricultural. (Horticulture &L. Design) -University of Kirkuk
|This study was carried out in thewooden canopy of the college of Agriculture, University of Kirkuk, Department of Horticulture and Landscape design in the Sayada area for the period from 2017-11-1 to 2018-7-1 to study the effect of foliar application with three concentrations of yeast (10-5-0) gm-1 and fertilization With three levels of chemical compound compo (5.0, 250, 0) g and seedlings to grow two seedlings of olives. 1 Olea eueopaea Achrissi and Khodiri collected data on the growth of vegetables and roots in them and the ratio of total chlorophyll and macronutrients NPK The experiment was designed according to the random complete block design RCBD as a global experiment and included (2x3x3x3) for both yeast and compo and the two categories total views 270 views( 2X3x3x5x3)Thus, the number of coefficients in each sector 18 treatments and the number of plants involved in the experiment 270 plants were randomly distributed to the experimental units according to the statistical random table and used the basis of the SAS program to analyze the data and adopt the Dunkin polynomial test to compare averages At 0.05%
The results obtained can be summarized in the following
1-The sprinkle with yeast solution led to a significant increase in the leaf content of the macro elements (nitrogen, phosphorous, and potassium) at a concentration of 10 g. L-1, which reached (3.334,1.035,3.206)%, respectively, and the lowest in the comparison treatment .
2-Fertilization with the chemical compound copmo led to a significant increase in nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium at a level of 0.5 g. Seedling-1, reaching (2.614,0.884,2.885)%, respectively, compared to the compared treatment .
3-The bilateral interference between sprinkle with yeast and fertilization with compo led to a significant effect on the percentage of NPK elements .
4- The results showed the triple overlap of the studied factors to a significant effect of nitrogen, phosphorous and potassium (3.401,1.871,3.162)%, respectively, and the lowest in the comparison treatment (0.660,0.256,1.173)%, respectively. The results showed significant differences in most of the studied traits.
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