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SRP. 2020; 11(9): 632-635


Effect of Phosphorus Interferon on Some Physiological and Growth of Barley (Hordeum Vulgare L.)

Warqa’a Muhammed Shariff Al-Sheikh.

Abstract
ABSTRACT
The experiment was carried out with 1 kg pots of capacity, using measured silty sandy soil to grow barley type (IPA 99) in plastic pots. A material triple super phosphate ( P2O5 61%) was used , where the pots were fertilized with the following sizes (P 0 ): The pots were only given spraying with water, (P 20): was done Fertilize the soil with Phosphorus at a rate of 10 mg p kg-1soil, (P 40): fertilize this group with 40 mg p kg-1soil of Phosphorus, (P 80): fertilize the group of pots at a rate of 80 mg p kg-1soil of Phosphorus. Where a group of barley seeds was planted randomly on top of 10 seeds, and then they were reduced to potted plants 1. After germination, the plants were cut after 15 days of germination after measuring the plant height, the average leaf area of cm2 A of the plant and the vegetative growth of the leaves. The results of statistical analysis showed significant difference (LSD) at a probability level of 0.05.were found significantly effect in incresement in the pots that I fertilized with 30 mg p kg-1soil Phosphorus in the plant height by a percentage 10.95±1.05, significantly effect in increment in Chlorophyll level of barley about 0.487±0.042and significantly incresement in The leaf area of the plant, Root length, Vegetative part weight 5.913±0.631,5.56±1,65,0.538±0.02 .This indicates that the addition of Phosphorus has an effect on plant growth.

Key words: Barley, Phosphorus, Chlorophyll, Root, Growth



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