TITLE

Effect of Different Levels of Foliar Application Amino Chelate Manganese on Yield, Yield Components and Grain Manganese Concentration in Wheat Cultivars

AUTHOR(S)
Tabatabaei, S. A.; Mirjalili, M.; Abghare, R.; Hamidnejad, M. M.
PUB. DATE
April 2014
SOURCE
Journal of Applied Sciences Research;Apr2014, Vol. 10 Issue 4, p250
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
To study the effect of foliar application concentrations of amino chelate manganese on yield and yield components of wheat four cultivars, 90-1389 experimental farm in a split plot design based on randomized complete block design with three replications was conducted in Yazd Research Center for Agriculture and Natural Resources Main plots consisted foliar application on wheat growth stages (tiller,stem elongation and cluster), various subplots foliar application concentrations at three levels (2 and 4 in thousand) And sub-sub plots consisted of four wheat cultivars parsi, Sivand, Arg,Bam. Results showed significantly increased foliar concentrations of 4 per thousand of wheatear, number of grains per wheatear, thousand grain weight, grain and straw yield was So that maximum grain yield (6271 kg ha) produced. The figures are also varieties of pars (6772 kg ha) had the highest grain yield. . The results showed a correlation between grain yield and yield components like spike length (r=0/46), number of grains per spike (r=0/66), spike level (r=0/68) and grain weight (r=0/74) had a significant positive correlation.
ACCESSION #
96434567

 

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