:: Volume 11, Issue 44 (12-2019) ::
فیزیولوژی گیاهان زراعی 2019, 11(44): 77-91 Back to browse issues page
Effect of phosphate soil composition with phosphorus-solubilizing microorganisms on yield, yield components and canola oil percentage
Sedigheh Ghanahi *, Homayun Chegeni
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The present research aimed to investigate the effect of different levels of phosphate soil with phosphorus-solubilizing microorganisms on yield and yield components of canola (Hyola 50 cultivar) carried out as factorial in a randomized complete blocks design with three replications in Golcheshme Azadehshahr Cultivation and Industry in cropping year 2017-2018. The first factor was the use of phosphate soil at four levels including 0, 50, 100 and 150 kilogram per hectare and the second is the use of phosphorus-solubilizing microorganisms at three levels including control (no use), phosphorus-soluble bacteria (Pseudomonas fluorescensa) and phosphorus-solubilizing fungi (Mycorrhiza, Glomus mosseae). The results showed that the effect of soil phosphate on all investigated traits except harvest index was significant at 5 percent level. The effect of phosphorus solubilizing microorganisms on biological yield, grain yield, oil percentage, oil yield, seed phosphorus and leaf phosphorus was significant at 1 percent level. Interaction of soil phosphate and phosphorus solubilizing microorganisms on grain yield and oil yield was significant. Increasing phosphate soil up to 150 kilogram increased grain yield, so that grain yield was 2246 in the non-soil phosphate treatment (control) and 2431, 2510 and 2570 kilogram per hectare in 50, 100 and 150 kilogram phosphate soil treatments, respectively.
Keywords: Phosphate soil, Yield, Canola and Mycorrhiza.
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Type of Study: Applicable | Subject: Crop Physiology
Received: 2020/01/1 | Accepted: 2020/01/1 | Published: 2020/01/1


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