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Agricultural Journal

Year: 2019  |  Volume: 14  |  Issue: 1  |  Page No.: 7 - 9

Effect of Spraying Iron and Zinc Concentrations in Grain and Leaf Content for Two Varieties of Wheat Crop

Bushra Mahmood Alwan, Mahamed Salal Al-Alawi and Amal Radhi Jubair

Abstract

A field experiment was carried out in the fields of the Faculty of Agriculture, University of Baghdad in a soil mixed with green clay, classified under the group Typic Torrifluvents, to study the effect of paper feeding in iron and zinc in grains and leaves in wheat grains 99, 29 and 7. The experiment was carried out using the whole randomized sections and three replicates (0, 50 and 100 mg) Fe–1, (0, 50 and 100) Zn–1 mg in the stages of plant growth and interference was sprayed in the same proportions. The results showed that all iron and zinc concentrations and their interactions significantly increased all study parameters. However, the Zn Fe 2 2 interaction coefficients achieved the highest values with a value of 190.50 mg.kg–1.

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