Keywords : Cucumber


Influence of date palm wastes fertilization on some growth and yield of cucumber parameters under protected cultivation

M. M. Muslat; Saad Ali Saleh

ANBAR JOURNAL OF AGRICULTURAL SCIENCES, 2017, Volume 15, Issue 1, Pages 181-190
DOI: 10.32649/aagrs.2017.129083

This study was conducted during spring season 2016 in plastic houses of horticulture department College of agriculture–Baghdad University (abu ghraib) alternative site for Anbar University in nonheated plastic houses. To evaluate effects of using organic fertilizer with date palm waste (grinder) date palm leaf and seeds date on growth and yield for Hybrid cucumber F1 Reem ccompared with the chemical fertilization. The treatments include T1 Control treatment fertilizing, with recommended chemical fertilizer, T2 2.5% fertilizing with, date palm leaf waste , T3 5%, T4 7.5%, T5 10% grindery seed date palm fertilizing with T6 1%, T7 2%, T8 4% and T9 2% grindery + 5% palm leaf waste. Treatments were distributed randomly according to (C.R.D) Completely Randomized Design, used and all data were statistically analyze and the means of, treatments were examined by L.S.D (P>0.05),
The results were Treatment outweigh T8 recorded the highest average number of fruits reached 85.7 fruit plant-1 and fruit weight average 98.56 gm. fruit and higher average for plant yield records 8.436 kg plant-1 and It recorders lowest nitrate in fruit 0.4600 mg-1gm were T8 (4% date seeds wastes) records high result of leafs area was 67.4dcm2 and in leaves contains of chlorophyll records 92.80 spad unit plant heights records 253.6 cm and the same treatment. T8 outweigh average of nitrogen rates in leaf records 1.2867% and height of phosphor in leafs records 0.3733% and higher potassium rates in leaf records 1.7567%, On the other hand outperformed organic fertilizers waste of date seeds in recipes vegetative growth and yield compared to chemical fertilizer.

Efficiency of Some Chelated Fertilizers Sources of Zinc in the Growth and Production of Cucumber Under Protected Farming Conditions

Hamadani and B. R. Sarheed; F. M. AL; A. A. AL- Hadethi

ANBAR JOURNAL OF AGRICULTURAL SCIENCES, 2013, Volume 11, Issue 2, Pages 195-209
DOI: 10.32649/ajas.2013.87247

A field experiment was conducted to study the efficiency of chelated zinc fertilizers produced from the reaction of Humic and Humic +Fulvic extracted from corn cubs and wheat straw with zinc sulphate added as zinc Humate (Zn-HAz) and Humate and fulvat zinc (Zn–HA +FAz) extracted from corn cubs, Zinc Humat (Zn –HAw ) ,zinc humat and fulvat (Zn–HA+FAw) extracted from wheat straw. zinc was also added as Zn–DTPA and ZnSO4.7H2O. All sources were sprayed on the green part (A1) at a level of 2 Kg Zn.ha-1 and 10 kgZn.ha-1 when added to soil (A2) and half these amount added to green part and to soil (A3).
Results showed that sources of zinc has significantly increasing cucumber yield. Zn-HA+FAz was out starting in the total yield, number of fruits and Phosphorus and Zinc content. in leaves with the an increase of 54.44%, 68.51%, 42.89% and 312.30% respectively compared to control. mineral zinc source (ZnSO4.7H2O) has achieved an increase of 32.22%, 35.07%, 13.921% and 151.97% of the parameters respectively compared to control . Zn-HA+FA extracted from wheat straw has achieved highest content of N and K in leaves with an increase of 80.78%, and 79.16% in comparison with the control treatment

Effect of some Chelated Fertilizers Sources of Iron in the Growth and Yield of Cucumber Under Protected Farming Conditions..

A. A. AL- Hadethi and B. R. Sarheed; F. M. AL; Hamadani

ANBAR JOURNAL OF AGRICULTURAL SCIENCES, 2013, Volume 11, Issue 2, Pages 17-29
DOI: 10.32649/ajas.2013.87221

A field experiment was conducted to study the effect of chelated Iron fertilizers produced from the reaction of Humic and Humic +Fulvic extracted from corn cubs and wheat straw with Iron sulphate added as Iron Humate (Fe-HAz) and Humate and fulvat Iron (Fe – HA +FAz ) extracted from corn cubs, Iron Humat (Fe –HAw ) ,Iron humat and fulvat (Fe–HA+FAw) extracted from wheat straw. Iron was also added as Fe–DTPA and FeSO4.7H2O. All sources were sprayed on the green part (A1 ) at a level of 2 Kg Fe.ha-1 and 10 kgFe.ha-1 when added to soil (A2) and half these amount added to green part and to soil (A3).
Results showed that sources of Iron has significantly increasing cucumber yield .Fe-HA+FAz was out starting in the total yield, number of fruits and Phosphorus and Iron content. in leaves with the an increase of 33.69%, 36.32%, 30.59% and 145.81% respectively compared to control. mineral Iron source (FeSO4.7H2O) has achieved an increase of 18.73%, 9.90%, 11.90% and 57.55% of the parameters respectively compared to control. Fe-HA+FA extracted from wheat straw has achieved highest content of N and K in leaves with an increase of 61.23% and 114.08 % in comparison with the control treatment

Effect of Some Chelated Fertilizers Sources of Iron in the Growth and Yield of Cucumber Under Protected Farming Conditions

A. A. AL- Hadethi and B. R. Sarheed; F. M. AL; Hamadani

ANBAR JOURNAL OF AGRICULTURAL SCIENCES, 2013, Volume 11, Issue 2, Pages 181-194
DOI: 10.32649/ajas.2013.87246

A field experiment was conducted to study the effect of chelated Iron fertilizers produced from the reaction of Humic and Humic +Fulvic extracted from corn cubs and wheat straw with Iron sulphate added as Iron Humate (Fe-HAz) and Humate and fulvat Iron (Fe – HA +FAz ) extracted from corn cubs, Iron Humat (Fe –HAw ) ,Iron humat and fulvat (Fe–HA+FAw) extracted from wheat straw. Iron was also added as Fe–DTPA and FeSO4.7H2O. All sources were sprayed on the green part (A1 ) at a level of 2 Kg Fe.ha-1 and 10 kgFe.ha-1 when added to soil (A2) and half these amount added to green part and to soil (A3).
Results showed that sources of Iron has significantly increasing cucumber yield .Fe-HA+FAz was out starting in the total yield, number of fruits and Phosphorus and Iron content. in leaves with the an increase of 33.69%, 36.32%, 30.59% and 145.81% respectively compared to control. mineral Iron source (FeSO4.7H2O) has achieved an increase of 18.73%, 9.90%, 11.90% and 57.55% of the parameters respectively compared to control. Fe-HA+FA extracted from wheat straw has achieved highest content of N and K in leaves with an increase of 61.23% and 114.08 % in comparison with the control treatment.

Identification of a strain of cucumber mosaic virus from the bean in Iraq by biological and serological techniques

Layla J. Sabir

ANBAR JOURNAL OF AGRICULTURAL SCIENCES, 2010, Volume 8, Issue 1, Pages 230-237

This study was undertaken to identify a strain of cucumber mosaic virus infected bean Phaseolus vulgaris cv. Pinto. Symptoms on indicator plants and of serological tests (double immuno-diffusion & Immunostrip-ELISA) were used to justify this goal. Symptoms manifested on bean and indicator plants indicated the presence of a strain B of cucumber mosaic virus (B-CMV). Partial purification of the virus isolate from N. tabacum cv. Rustica was achieved by precipitating the virus by 50% (w/v) ammonium sulfate. The absorption ratio at 260/280 nm of the purified preparations was found to be 1.7. The yield of the purified virus was 220 mg of virus/kg of plant leaves. An antiserum for the isolate with a titer of 1/512 was obtained by 4 intramuscular injections of purified virus at 2.6 mg/ml in a rabbit. Precipitation lines between wells containing the antiserum of the virus and those containing purified virus or extracts from infected plants by double immuno-diffusion test on agarose gel were appeared.

Compatibility Between nutrient Elements and Salicylic Acid For Induced Systemic Resistanes Against Pythium aphanidermatum on Cucumber Seedlings Damping– off

Alaa K. Hassan

ANBAR JOURNAL OF AGRICULTURAL SCIENCES, 2010, Volume 8, Issue 1, Pages 238-248

This Study was conducted to evaluate the compatibility between nutrient element and fungicides to induced systemic resistance against damping– off of cucumber seedlings incited by Pythium aphanidermatum, under greenhouse condition. It was found that integration between Ridomil 2.5 G with salicylic acid and silicon or calcium nutrient and Beltanol with salicylic acid and silicon ,and salicylic acid with silicon significantly reduced damping off and disease severity to 0.00, 1.66; 0.00, 6.66; 0.00, 6.66 and 0.00, 3.33% respectively, Compared to control treatment (Pathogen only) which caused 86.66, 85.00% respectively. Over that, these treatments caused significant increase in dry weight of shoots and roots. These results revealed to apply fungicide and nutrient element in IPM program to control the pathogen.