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Growth and yield of red chili pepper (Capsicum annuum L.) by seed treatment with rhizobacteria as a plant growth promoting | IJAAR

IJAAR, Capsicum annuum 01,06,2019By: Ratnawati

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Seeds are one of the main components in agricultural production systems. Seeds are demanded superior and high quality in order to produce high production. The use of low quality seeds and infectious diseases is one of the causes of low yield productivity. Seed treatment using biological agents or biological extract (biofungiside seed treatment) is an alternative as a substitute for synthetic chemicals in seed treatment. Continue reading

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Effect of different rooting media on growth and yield performances of carrot (Daucus carota) | IJAAR

IJAAR Carrot, 24,04,2019By: L. Pradheeban

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Field experiment was conducted to assess effect of different rooting media on growth and yield performance of carrot (Daucus carota). The experiment was conducted at Faculty of Agriculture, Ariviyal Nagar, Kilinochchi from March to June2017. Two factor factorial experiment was carried out in Complete Randomized Design (CRD) with four replicates. Continue reading

Performance of five Faba bean varieties under different irrigation intervals and sowing dates in newly reclaimed soil – IJAAR

Faba bean,By: Ekram Ali Megawer

Abstract

In order to study the effect of irrigation and sowing date on plant characteristics, chemical and yield traits of five faba bean cultivars, an experiment was conducted in two growing seasons in the farm of the Faculty of Agriculture, Demo, Fayoum University, Egypt. Using split-split plot in RCBD with three replications. Irrigation intervals (I) was considered as the main plot in the three intervals (irrigation every 20, 30 and 40 days). Three sowing dates (22ndOct., 7thand 22ndNov.) were arranged in the sub plot. The sub-sub plots were varieties (Nubaria1, Nubaria2, Giza3 improved, Sakha1 and Sakha2). Continue reading

Effect of different sowing dates on yield contributing traits of Mash bean (Vigna mungo L.) – IJAAR

Vigna mungoHafiz Bashir Ahmad, Muhammad Amir Amin, Iqbal Hussian, Ch. Muhammad Rafique, Muhammad Naveed, Muhammad Aslam Awais and Muhammad Shafiq, Muhammad Aqeel

Pulses research Institute, Ayub Agriculture, Faisalabad, Pakistan

Department of Agronomy, University of Agriculture, Faisalabad, Pakistan

Key words: Sowing dates, Varieties, Traits, Seed yield and mash bean.

Abstract

Optimum sowing time and a promising variety are of prime importance to catch potential yield of any crop. Sowing time affects plant physiological and morphological specifications like effect on vegetative and reproductive periods, Continue reading

The effect of plant density on quantitative characteristics, optical extinction coefficient, and some physiological traits of faba bean cultivars – JBES

Faba beanNazli. Derogar, Mani. Mojaddam

Department of Agronomy,college of Agriculture, Ahwaz branch, Islamic Azad University, Ahwaz, Iran

Key words: Faba bean, grain yield, optical extinction coefficient, density, harvest index, varieties.

Abstract

In order to investigate the effect of density on Quantitative Characteristics, Optical Extinction Coefficient, and Some Physiological Traits of Faba Bean Cultivars, field experiment was carried out in the city of Ahwaz field Continue reading