ALLELOPATHIC EFFECT BETWEEN WHEAT Triticum aestivum L AND Fenugreek trigonella foenum-gracum L.
Mesopotamia Journal of Agriculture,
2018, Volume 46, Issue 3, Pages 213-228
AbstractThe present study was conducted in wired house in order to test the alleopathic effects which resulted by cultivation fenugreek (Indian variety) in plastic pots. The soil was planted previously with two wheat cultivers and residues additives of fenugreek roots and shoots with seedling and mature growth stages. Experiment carried out using a complete randomized design. The analysed data were showed that the cultivated fenugreek plants in soil of Al-ize variety more resistant and well tolerate than those cultivated in soil for Talafer-3-variety by high value of a and b chlorophyll, proline and tolerance index also decreasing of injury index and infiltration of sodium ions as well as increasing of root / shoot ratio. On the hand growth inhibition of planted fenugreek in its residues compared with comparison soil (no residue) through the parameters, chlorophyll a, proline , injury index and infilteration of sodium ions , root / shoot ratio with high values of tolerance index. There were no significant differences of that two growth stages of all studied traits except for tolerance advantages of fenugreek plants which cultivated in residues within stage seedling.
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