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Asian Journal of Plant Sciences
  Year: 2020 | Volume: 19 | Issue: 4 | Page No.: 429-437
DOI: 10.3923/ajps.2020.429.437
 
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Using By- Product of Yeast Production (CMS) and Micronutrients for Improving the Yield and Quality of Some Field Crops under Saline Stress Conditions

El-Nwehy S.S. , A.B. El-Nasharty , A.I. Rezk and O.A. Nofal

Abstract:
Background and Objective: The negative effects of using low water irrigation quality on plant growth are the major interest of many researchers. So, the present study aimed to use foliar spray with a by-product of yeast production as condensed molasses soluble (CMS), micronutrients and their interaction to improve growth and yield of faba bean and wheat is grown in a calcareous soil under saline stress conditions. Materials and Methods: Two field experiments were carried out at a private farm, in Mariut Sector at Alexandria, Egypt with three replicates by using RCBD design during the 2016/2017 and 2017/2018 seasons. Foliar spraying was applied twice by using (CMS), micronutrients and both of them on faba bean and wheat plants grown in calcareous soil and irrigated with drainage saline water. Results: The results indicate that all treatments led to a significant increase in all the character's under study for both faba bean and wheat. The combination of CMS with micronutrients was the best treatment where it gave the highest values of all the studied characters. Also, the results revealed that the percentage increases were 40, 33, 57 and 64% for seed yield, biological yield, protein (%) and Zn content in seeds, respectively for faba bean, however for wheat was 24, 11, 52 and 51% for seed yield, biological yield, protein (%) and Zn content in grains, respectively compared with the control treatment. Conclusion: It can be concluded that foliar spray by using CMS with micronutrients may help faba bean and wheat plants to decrease salinity effects and improving growth, quality and yield under salinity stress conditions in calcareous soil.
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El-Nwehy S.S., A.B. El-Nasharty, A.I. Rezk and O.A. Nofal, 2020. Using By- Product of Yeast Production (CMS) and Micronutrients for Improving the Yield and Quality of Some Field Crops under Saline Stress Conditions. Asian Journal of Plant Sciences, 19: 429-437.

DOI: 10.3923/ajps.2020.429.437

URL: https://scialert.net/abstract/?doi=ajps.2020.429.437

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