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Articles by Jelte Rozema
Total Records ( 2 ) for Jelte Rozema
  Banaras , H. Niazi , Jelte Rozema , Badr-uz-Zaman and M. Salim
  A pot experiment was conducted on saline sodic soil (pH = 9.49, EC = 7.92 dSm-1, SAR = 73.26, ESP = 51.64) to determine the effect of farm yard manure (FYM) amendment on the growth of fodderbeet using two types of seeds i.e. coated and non-coated. Shoot growth was enhanced by the addition of FYM in either non saline or saline sodic soil. Non-coated seeds produced taller plants than coated ones. Root growth was slower than shoot. Number of leaves/plant significantly (P < 0.05) increased by the addition of FYM to the soil. Plant fresh and dry weight is increased in the presence of FYM in the soil. Protein and chlorophyll “b” content increased in plants produced from the coated seeds in the presence of FYM treatment.
  Banaras H. Niazi , Jelte Rozema and M. Salim
  Greenhouse studies on fodderbeet cultivars Beta vulgaris (cvs. Majoral, Monored, and Polygroeningia) and of Beta maritima (Seabeet) showed significant differences for Relative Growth Rate (RGR) among themselves while no significant differences were observed for salinity treatments until the first harvest. Plants had adapted themselves to salinity after six weeks of treatment and showed significant differences in RGR and Net Assimilation Rate (NAR) during the whole period of growth. Leaf thickness did not change significantly with salinity. B. vulgaris cv. Majoral and B. maritima were found to be better adapted 150 mM NaCl concentration in soil solution than cv. Monored and Polygroeningia under greenhouse conditions.
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