Chemical analysis of fenugreek plant ( Trigonlla foenum-graecum L. ) Sprayed with nitrogen and zinc
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A vital experiment was carried out during the winter season 2010-2011 in the greenhouse belonging to the
Department of Life Sciences/College of Education for Pure Sciences/University of Baghdad, with the aim of determining plant response
Fenugreek for some paper transactions with mineral elements (nitrogen and zinc) and its effect on
The content of some elements (M, K, E©, P1) and the concentration of carbohydrates. Experiment included
A study of the effect of three concentrations of each of the nitrogen fertilizer is 0,1000,2000 mg/l
Zinc sulfate fertilizer is 50.25.0 mg/L within the global experimental system according to the design
Randomized complete sections with three replications. The studied data were analyzed statistically
For the above design, the averages of the treatments were compared based on the least significant difference test
at a significant level of 5%. The results of the study showed the following: The addition of foliar fertilizer
nitrogenous lead to a significant increase, as the concentration gave 2000 mg / liter values for the content
The above elements amounted to 21.55, 48.03, 46.86, 10.73, 54.54 mg / g, respectively, and a concentration of
Carbohydrates% 9.28, and the addition of foliar fertilizer with zinc sulfate had a significant effect.
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