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THE PRODUCTIVITY OF CHICKPEA UNDER THE INFLUENCE OF A HERBICIDE AND BIOLOGICAL SPECIMEN

Author(s) Karpenko V.P., Doctor of Agricultural Sciences, Professor, Vice-Rector for Research and Innovative Activity, Uman National University of Horticulture, Ukraine
Korobko O. O. , , , Uman National University of Horticulture
Category Plant physiology
year 2018 issue №2, 2018
pages 64-68 index UDK 633.31/37: 58.04: 631.95: 31.811.98
DOI 10.31395/2310-0478-2018-21-64-67 (Link)
Abstract This article runs about the investigation results of the impact of the weedkiller Panda, plant growth regulator Stympo and microbial specimen Ryzobophyt on the crop productivity and the quality of chickpea crop of the breed Pamyat. It was found the positive sensitivity of chickpea to action of microbial specimen and plant growth regulator on the herbicidal ground. It was also remarked that the usage of weedkiller Panda is more effective at minimal limits. It was studied that the seedings of chickpea form the highest productivity of kenrel in variants with combined usage of soil weedkiller Panda in limits 4,0 l/ ha, plant growth regulator Stympo (0,025 l/t) and microbial specimen Ryzobophyt (1,0 l/t), the level of which is in 0,64 t/ha more than in control variant. Herewith the growing of crop productivity is accompanied by increasing of the thousand-kernel weight. On the ground of the conducted investigations it was defined the most efficient combination of specimen usage which provides rising of productivity of the growing and quality of chickpea`s crop which is environmental friendly.
Key words chickpea, crop productivity, thousand-kernel weight, weedkiller, plant growth regulator, microbial specimen
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