EFFECT OF SPRAYING WITH BENZYL ADENINE, GIBBERELLIC ACID AND FOLIAGE FERTILIZER WITH SOME MICRONUTRIENTS ON SOME CHEMICAL CHARACTERS OF FUNGREEK PLANT Trigonella foenum-gracum L.
Mesopotamia Journal of Agriculture,
2017, Volume 45, Issue 2, Pages 67-80
AbstractThis experiment was carried out in the College of Agriculture and Forestry farm, from 5 November 2009 to 19 May 2011 for the two seasons respectively, on Trigonella foenum-graecum L. local Varity. to study the effect of Benzyl adenine, Gibberellic acid and micronutrient mixture composed of cheleated Iron, Zinc and Boron as boric acid at three levels, by spraying on twice vegetative growth. The Factorial Experiment within Split Split plot in Randomized Complete Block Design had been applied, each treatment replicated three times. The results can be summarizes as follows: The data showed that treatment with BA caused a significant increase in fixed oil quantity, caroten concentrations and ash percent for two season, while recorded a significant increase protein and total soluble sugar percent in first season, the plants sprayed with GA3 caused a significant increase in protein, total soluble sugar percent and the fixed oil quantity for two seasons. Similarly, the significantly largest value percent of protein, total soluble sugar percent, and fixed oil quantity when plants sprayed with 200 mg BA /L plus 30 mg GA3 /L and level 1 and 2 of micronutrients mixture in the first and second seasons compared with the control.
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