Response of two faba bean cultivars to different N, P and K levels under sandy soil conditionsh[electronic resource]: I.Nodulation, flowering and shedding attributes

By: Contributor(s): Language: English Summary language: Arabic Description: p.1787-1808Other title:
  • إستجابة صنفان من الفول البلدى لمستويات مختلفة من النيتروجين والفوسفور والبوتاسيوم تحت ظروف الاراضى الرملية [Added title page title]
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  • Zagazig journal of agricultural research, 2003 v. 30 (5) [electronic resource].
Subject(s): Online resources: In: Zagazig Journal of Agricultural Research 2003.v.30(5)Summary: Two seasons (2000/2001 and 2001/2002) investigation was conducted in sandy soil at. EL-Khattara Experimental Farm of the Faculty of Agriculture, zagazig University, to find out the response of two faba bean cultivars (Sakha 1 and Giza Blanca) to two N (10 ad 10 kg N / fed), three P (0, 15.5 and 31.0 kg P₂O₅/ fed) ad two K levels (0 and 24 kg K₂O / fed ). Nodulation in the two faba bean Cultivars Was eahanced due to the increase of N and P levels as well as ,the addition of K particularly to Sakha 1.This Was expressed in the number of nodules /plant, single nodule dry weight, and the percentage of dry weight of nodules to total root dry weight. Sakha 1 had larger number of nodules, but of lighter single nodule dry weight, than Giza Blanca.
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Two seasons (2000/2001 and 2001/2002) investigation was conducted in sandy soil at. EL-Khattara Experimental Farm of the Faculty of Agriculture, zagazig University, to find out the response of two faba bean cultivars (Sakha 1 and Giza Blanca) to two N (10 ad 10 kg N / fed), three P (0, 15.5 and 31.0 kg P₂O₅/ fed) ad two K levels (0 and 24 kg K₂O / fed ). Nodulation in the two faba bean Cultivars Was eahanced due to the increase of N and P levels as well as ,the addition of K particularly to Sakha 1.This Was expressed in the number of nodules /plant, single nodule dry weight, and the percentage of dry weight of nodules to total root dry weight. Sakha 1 had larger number of nodules, but of lighter single nodule dry weight, than Giza Blanca.

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