Effect of Animal Organic Fertilizers and Boron spray in Growth of local Mungbean (Vigna radiate L.)
College Of Basic Education Researches Journal,
2021, Volume 17, Issue 2, Pages 1465-1478
AbstractA field experiment was carried out during the autumn season (2020) in one of the agricultural fields of a farmer in the Sufiyah area of Ramadi district in Anbar province using sandy loam textured soil. The aim of this study is to find out the effect of animal manure and boron spraying in the growth of the local mung bean crop (Vigna radiata L.). The experiment was applied to the factorial experiment system according to the design of the Randomized Completely Block Design (R.C.B.D) with three replications, which included four levels of animal manure (0, 6, 12 and 18) tons. ha-1 and three boron concentrations (0, 50 and 100) mg B. L-1. The following results are shown. The levels of animal manure have affected significantly in most of the studied properties, where the level 12 tons. ha-1 gives the highest average for both plant height (78.50 cm). While the level of 18 tons.ha-1 gives the highest average for each of the branches in the plant (6.71) branches. Plant-1 and leaf area (2038.00) cm2.Plant1. As for spraying boron, it was significantly superior in some of the studied traits. The concentration was recorded at 50 mg B. L1- The highest average plant height is (67.80) cm. The effect of the interaction between the levels of compost and boron concentrations is significantly effects on the height of the plant, the number of branches in the plant, the leaf area.
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