EFFECT OF PHOSPHORUS FERTILIZER AND MYCORRHIZA ON PLANT HEIGHT, SEED WEIGHT PER PLANT AND GRAIN PER PANICLE IN WHEAT
|Mohsen Noori1, Alireza Sobhkhizi1, Mohammad Adibian1, Vahideh Mirikomak1 and Kabir Eyidozehi2*
|Corresponding Author: Kabir Eyidozehi, E-mail: [email protected]|
|Received: 27 February 2014 Accepted: 30 March 2014|
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Cereal crops occupy a prime position in providing food for human consumption. Arbuscular mycorrhizae are the most common type of mycorrhiza, where the fungi colonize the interior of the root and form specialized structures, known as arbuscules, for nutrient exchange with the host. In this study, research crops planted in 2011, and Khash mountain stage carried the gem industry. This study is a factorial experiment in a randomized complete block design with three replicates and all experiments were performed with different levels. In this experiment, a variety of wheat called clear that improved cultivars were used. According to the analysis of variance table mycorrhiza effect on Seed weight per plant, number of panicles per plant was significant.