Assessment of compost, K-humate, fulvic acid and their combination application on some soil chemical properties, yield and nutrient content of wheat [electronic resource].

By: Contributor(s): Language: English Summary language: Arabic Description: p.827-834Other title:
  • تقييم إستخدام الكمبوست وهيومات البوتاسيوم وحمض الفالفيك ومخاليطها على بعض الخواص الكيميائية للأرض وإنتاجية القمح [Added title page title]
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  • Minufiya journal of agricultural research, 2015 V.40 (3) Part 2 [electronic resource].
Subject(s): Online resources: In: Minufiya Journal of Agricultural Research 2015.v.40(3)P.2Summary: A field experiment was conducted in the Experimental Farm of Sakha Agriculture Research Station for two successive winter seasons (2010- 2011) and( 2011- 2012) using wheat plant (Triticum aestivum_L., var Sakha 93) to study the effect of compost with two rates either 4 or 8 ton fed -1 and 20 L fed -1 from both potassium humate and fulvic acid on some chemical properties of soil, , yield and yield component of wheat plant.The treatments were 1 ) soil treated with 100% NPK of recommended doses as control 2, 3) soil treated with potassium humate ( K- H) and fulvic acid ( F A ) respectively 4, 5) soil treated with compost at the rate either 4 or 8 ton fect1 6, 7) soil treated with mixture of K -H and either C 4 or C 8 respectively 8, 9 ) soil treated with mixture of ( F A ) and either C 4 or C 8 respectively . The results indicated that, 1) applied conditioners positively affect chemical properties of the soil where values of EC (dS m-1), pH along with CaC03 content were decreased, with OM content being increased compare to the control treatment (100% NPK) 2) the different treatments under study had highly significant effect on grain and straw yields of wheat plant, while the weight of 1000 grains was significant. Key words: Compost, K- humate, fulvic acid, wheat yield, yield component, protein.
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A field experiment was conducted in the Experimental Farm of Sakha Agriculture Research Station for two successive winter seasons (2010- 2011) and( 2011- 2012) using wheat plant (Triticum aestivum_L., var Sakha 93) to study the effect of compost with two rates either 4 or 8 ton fed -1 and 20 L fed -1 from both potassium humate and fulvic acid on some chemical properties of soil, , yield and yield component of wheat plant.The treatments were 1 ) soil treated with 100% NPK of recommended doses as control 2, 3) soil treated with potassium humate ( K- H) and fulvic acid ( F A ) respectively 4, 5) soil treated with compost at the rate either 4 or 8 ton fect1 6, 7) soil treated with mixture of K -H and either C 4 or C 8 respectively 8, 9 ) soil treated with mixture of ( F A ) and either C 4 or C 8 respectively . The results indicated that, 1) applied conditioners positively affect chemical properties of the soil where values of EC (dS m-1), pH along with CaC03 content were decreased, with OM content being increased compare to the control treatment (100% NPK) 2) the different treatments under study had highly significant effect on grain and straw yields of wheat plant, while the weight of 1000 grains was significant. Key words: Compost, K- humate, fulvic acid, wheat yield, yield component, protein.

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