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The study was carried out through 10th November 2019 to 27th February 2020 at Grdarasha farm - College of Agricultural Engineering Sciences - Salahaddin University- Erbil. The experiment was to evaluate the influence of Mass plant (contains IBA and NAA) and Tonic (0, 0. 3, 0.6, and 0.9%) on three radish cultivars (white, red and black) growth. The...
ABSTRACT Marigold (Calendula officinalis) is an important medicinal and ornamental plant, this study conducted in the Lethalhouse, Grdarasha field, Agriculture College, Salahaddin University through January 5th to April 22th 2015 to study the effect of NPK (at four levels 0, 0.25, 0.5 and 0.75 g. kg-1) as soil application and foliar spray of sea fo...
This study examines effects of two sowing times (28/10 and 14/11 of 2014) and different levels of magnetic treatment of irrigation (0, 2500, 5000gauss) on productivity and yield of carrot plants. A pot experiment was conducted at the Agriculture Research Center, Ministry of Agriculture in Kurdistan region-Iraq. This study was carried out during 28-...
In the engineering parks nursery two plastic house experiments were conducted on 5-11-2014 till 26-3-2015. Two grasses Lolium pernne L. and Cynodon dactylon L. were used in this study separately in two experiments, each experiment were sprayed with different levels of Diammonium phosphate (0, 0.25, 0.50 and 0.75ml.l-1), and irrigated with magnetize...
Abstract Two different compots (soil conditioner Latvia compost and local composts) in different proportions with river sand were used for rooting of two ornamental shrubs) Berberis thunbergii and Myrtus communes semi –hardwood cuttings, which were taken in 16-3-2011. Sand medium shows the most effective treatment in both plants. However the interaction of Myrtus communes cuttings and the control of soil conditioner Latvia compost gave the highest rooting percentage (50%). The highest number of roots (9.00) was counted from the interaction of Berberis thunbergii with (4:2) proportions of soil conditioner compost and sand. However the longest root, number of shoots and the highest number of leaves (13.80 cm), 5.16 and 25.44 respectively) were recorded from Berberis thunbergii cuttings in the sand medium. Longest shoot (1.60cm) was obtained from Myrtus communes cuttings when cultivated in soil conditioner compost. The largest number of leaves (25.44) was counted from Berberis thunbergii cuttings when cultivated in the control of local compost, with no significant differences with the control of soil conditioner compost for the same species.