Impact of Seed Treatments Pre-sowing and Organo-mineral Fertilizer on Spring Barley Production

DOI: 10.18805/IJARe.A-519    | Article Id: A-519 | Page : 611-616
Citation :- Impact of Seed Treatments Pre-sowing and Organo-mineral Fertilizer on Spring Barley Production.Indian Journal Of Agricultural Research.2020.(54):611-616
S.E.A. Abd El Hamid, P.D. Bugaev Safwat.agri@mail.ru
Address : Plant Production Department, Ecology and Dry land Cultivation Division. Desert Research Center, Cairo, Egypt.
Submitted Date : 23-12-2019
Accepted Date : 15-04-2020

Abstract

The results of this experiment showed the effect of barley seeds pre-treatments and organo-mineral fertilizer on the morpho-physiological evaluation of seedlings, seed quality and productivity of spring barley (Mikhailovsky). Variance analysis results (ANOVA) showed extremely significant (p<0.05) variations between different treatments in all traits, where the treatments led to increasing the germination energy, laboratory germination, growth force and weight of 100 sprouts compared with control. There was a positive effect on the development of the barley root system.  Pre-treatment of seeds in wet years have been proven to be the most effective, while the efficiency of seed treatment pre-sowing decreased when soil moisture was low. Therefore, in 2017 barley productivity increased when the seeds were treated with a mixture of Polaris with Siliplant by 25% compared to control, while in 2018 the yield increased (7.1%) when mixture of Siliplant with Polaris was applied compared to control. 

Keywords

Barley Fertilizer Germination Polaris Seed treatments Siliplant

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