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Articles by Halis Arioglu
Total Records ( 3 ) for Halis Arioglu
  Sevgi Caliskan , Mehmet Arslan , Halis Arioglu and Necmi Isler
  The effects of planting method (row and broadcast) and plant population (102 000, 127 500, 170 000, 255 000 and 510 000 plants ha-1) on yield and yield components of sesame were studied under irrigated conditions in the East Mediterranean region of Turkey during 2002 and 2003. Seed yield and yield components of sesame were significantly affected by planting methods. The row planting had positive effects on yield and yield components and produced around 34% higher seed yield comparing to broadcast planting in both years. The population density also significantly affected to all growth and yield parameters. Plant height, branch number, capsule number, capsule length, seed number per capsule, seed weight, seed yield and protein content decreased with the increasing plant population in both years, except for seed yield, harvest index and oil content. The highest seed yield was obtained from 510 000 plants ha-1 in 2002 and 2003 with 1633 and 1783 kg ha-1, respectively.
  Leyla Gulluoglu , Halis Arioglu and Mehmet Arslan
  This study was carried out to determine the effects of four Plant Growth Regulators (PGRs) (Atonik, GA3, Cytozyme Crop Extra and Megahix), two nutrient complexes (Biomaster and Kinetic) and a see weed extract (Maxicrop) on pod-shattering rate and yield loss of both main and double-cropped soybean grown in a prolonged hot and dry condition in 2002 and 2003. The soybean cultivar was A 3935. The experimental design was randomized complete block with four replications. Application of PGRs remarkably lowered the shattering rates and seed yield losses only for main-cropped soybean. The lowest shattering rates and yield losses were obtained from Atonik and Cytozyme applications until 10 days after R8 growth stage for main-cropped soybean. The positive effects of PGRs on shattering rate and yield losses were decreased with the increasing delay of harvest. The results of the current study showed that seed yield losses of main-cropped soybean could be alleviated by the application of Atonik, Megahix and Cytozyme. However application of PGRs was not suggested for double-cropped soybean if the scope was to reduce yield losses caused by pod shattering.
  Leyla Gulluoglu , Halis Arioglu and Mehmet Arslan
  A two-year study was conducted to determine the effects of some Plant Growth Regulators (PGRs) and nutrient complexes on biomass weight, seed yield and yield components of both main and double cropped soybean grown under hot and dry conditions. The experimental design was Randomized Complete Block with four replications. Atonik, Biomaster, GA3, Kinetic, Maxicrop, Cytozyme and Megahix were used as plant growth regulators. The soybean cultivar was A3935 (MG III). Application of PGRs had different effects on biomass weight, seed yield and yield components of both main and double cropped soybean. The highest biomass weight (1054.0 g-2) was obtained from Maxicrop and the lowest (891.8 g-2) was obtained from Megahix applied plots in main cropped soybean. Under double crop conditions, however, the highest biomass weight (857.6 g-2) was obtained from Cytozyme and the lowest (780.0 g-2) was obtained from control. Application of PGRs increased the seed yield and yield components of soybean under both main and double cropped conditions. The highest seed yield was obtained from Atonik with 3876 kg ha-1 for main crop soybean and 47 kg ha-1 for double cropped soybean. The lowest seed yields were obtained from no chemical applied control plots of both main and double cropped soybean with 3386 and 838 kg ha-1, respectively. Application of Atonik, Cytozyme and Maxicrop could be suggested to alleviate heat stress and increase seed yield of both main and double cropped soybean grown under hot and dry conditions.
 
 
 
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