Response Two Cultivars of Chickpea (Cicer arietinum L) to Phosphate Fertilization Level and Bacterial Inoculum

Raghad Ayman Abdelrazzaq *

Department of Field Crops, College of Agriculture and Forestry, University of Mosul, Mosul, Iraq.

Muthanna Abdulbasit Ali

Department of Field Crops, College of Agriculture and Forestry, University of Mosul, Mosul, Iraq.

*Author to whom correspondence should be addressed.


Abstract

The research was conducted during season 2020 in Al-Shallalat area, 5 km northeast of Mosul. The study included three factors, namely, the treatment of seed soaking with water and the bacterial inoculum, two local cultivars of chickpea: large seeds (Kabuli) and small seeds (Desi) and three levels of phosphate fertilization (zero, 50 kg, and 100 kg P2O5. h-1). The study was conducted according to the factorial experiment system, in (R. C. B. D) design. In three replication, some traits of plant are obtained such as: plant height (cm), the height of the first pod above the ground (cm), pod length (cm), number of seeds/ pod, number of pods/plant (total), number of pods/plant (full) number of pods cleavage (empty), percentage of yield, the weight of 100 seeds (g), biological yield (g/plant), Seed yield (g/plant) and harvest index. The results indicate a significantly excelled of the treatment of soaking with bacteria inoculum on the treatment of soaking with water for all the studied traits. And highly significantly excelled in most of the studied traits of Kabuli over Desi cultivar. Most of the binary and triple interactions recorded a significant difference between the bacterial inoculum and the seeds of the Kabuli cultivar.

Keywords: Chickpea, bacterial inoculums, phosphate fertilization


How to Cite

Abdelrazzaq, R. A., & Ali , M. A. (2024). Response Two Cultivars of Chickpea (Cicer arietinum L) to Phosphate Fertilization Level and Bacterial Inoculum. International Journal of Plant & Soil Science, 36(5), 500–514. https://doi.org/10.9734/ijpss/2024/v36i54547

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