Agroecosystem Management Practices on some Cucumber Plant Parameters using Integrated Fertilization under Green House
Basrah Journal of Agricultural Sciences,
Volume 31, Issue 2, Pages 68-75
AbstractThis study was conducted in Tainal watershed, Bazian City, west of Sulaimaniyah, north of Iraq (35º57’31’’N, 45º 17’98’’E), the soil fertility was analyzed before the application of kinds of soil biofertilizer like dry yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae with two concentrations (5g-L, 10 g-L) of dry yeast. Biofertilizers, organic matter like humic acid and chemical fertilizer for more comparison and water as a control. Results using dry yeast (10 g-L) have significant differences in (P≤0.05) on the vegetable parameters, plant height, leaf area, yield, the number of harvest day and the weight of root system. Also the humic acid and biofertilizers have a significant effect (P≤0.05). The yeast (10 g/L) have significant differences on (P≤0.05) on yield (1.3 ton/ha) comparing with control of 48.73 kg/5 m2, and the total leaf area of 1.5 m2 comparing with the control 1.16 m2. The experiment was performed as factorial with randomized completely block design (R.C.B.D) on Cucumber plant type of (SAIF F1) with three replicates; each unit from the 18 unite (plot) contained 18 cucumber plant. The data were analyzed by using XLSTAT program statistically analyst.
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