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Articles by Ali Gulumser
Total Records ( 2 ) for Ali Gulumser
  Zeki Mut , Ismail Sezer and Ali Gulumser
  The study was carried out to determine the effects of nitrogen level (0, 60 120, 180 kg ha- 1), sowing rate (200, 350, 500, 650 seed m- 2) on grain yield, yield components and some quality traits of two triticale cultivars under rainfed conditions in Samsun, Turkey, in the 2001-02 and 2002-03. Increasing nitrogen applications increased grain yield, plant height, number of ear m- 2, number of kernel ear- 1, thousand-grain weight, test weight and grain protein content. Plots treated with 500 number seed m- 2 recorded maximum grain yield. This study indicated that sowing rate should be 500 number seed per square meter and nitrogen dose should be between 120 and 180 kg ha- 1 to obtain high grain yield from triticale in Samsun located in the middle Blacksea region and similar ecological conditions.
  Erkut Peksen , Aysun Peksen , Hatice Bozoglu and Ali Gulumser
  This study investigated relationships among some seed traits, laboratory germination percentage and seedling emergence under field conditions in pea (Pisum sativum L.) cultivars. Jumbo, Jof, Green Pearly, Agromar AG-7306, Bolero, and Karina pea cultivars were used. It was determined that 100 seed weight negatively and highly significantly correlated with laboratory germination and field emergence percentages. Pea cultivars with high seed coat ratio gave lower electrical conductivity values than lower ones and their laboratory germination percentages were significantly higher. Electrical conductivity values showed positive and highly significant correlation with 100 seed weight, while it negatively and highly significantly correlated with laboratory germination and field emergence percentages. It was also found that emergence periods were prolonged with increases in electrical conductivity values and 100 seed weight.
 
 
 
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