RESPONSE OF GROWTH AND YIELD OF SOME VARIETIES OF BREAD WHEAT (Triticum aestivum L. ) TO COPPER FOLIAR FEEDING
ANBAR JOURNAL OF AGRICULTURAL SCIENCES,
2010, Volume 8, Issue 4, Pages 417-431
AbstractA field study aims to investigating the effect of many applications concentrationes of copper as (0 , 5 , 10 , 15 and 20) mg Cu . L-1 on the growth and yield characteristics of many varieties of bread wheat (Abu Ghraib , Ipa95 , Ipa99 , Fatah and Sham6). The factors had been situated in split plot arrangement with R.C.B.D of three replicates . The Results of study showed the following :
• Abu Ghraib variety to surpass significant in plant high . While Ipa 99 variety realized supremacy in flag leaf area , long of spike , number of grains per spike , weight of 1000 grain , grains yield (5.97 tan.h‾¹) and harvest index(%36.35) . But The sham6 variety realized supremacy in yield , dry weight , copper concentration in dry matter and number spike /m2 .
• The application concentration 10 mg Cu.L‾¹ asignifican effect on characteristics flag leaf area and long of spike but the application concentration 15 mg Cu.L‾¹ was significantly effect in plant high , yield dry weight , number of grains per spike and grains yield (5.89 tan.h‾¹).While the highest application concentration (20 mg Cu.L‾¹) significantly effect in copper concentration in dry matter , number spike/m2 and weight of 1000 grain .
• There was asignifican effect of interation between the varieties and copper concentrationes in plant high , flag leaf area , long of spike , number spike/m2 and weight of 1000 grain .
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