EFFECTS OF MYCORRHIZA AND NITROGEN FERTILIZER ON DRY WEIGHT, PROTEIN PERCENT, HARVEST INDEX, GRAIN YIELD IN WHEAT
|Mohsen Noori1, Alireza Sobhkhizi1, Mohammad Adibian1, Mojtaba Keykha2 and Khashayar Rigi3*
|Corresponding Author: Khashayar Rigi, E-mail: [email protected]|
|Received: 15 January 2014 Accepted: 24 February 2014|
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Wheat is a major cereal crop in many parts of the world and it is commonly known as king of cereals. Properly applied nitrogen fertilizer has a positive effect on crop yield. At a high level of such fertilization it is advantageous to apply it twice or three times to plants at different stages of development. There is an opinion that mycorrhizal fungi occur in chickpea plants and improve the growth and yield of these plants, especially in phosphorus deficient soil. 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. To measure this attribute required for analysis (about 250 g) of seeds harvested per plot were randomly selected, were inside the envelope was sent to the labtally after installation. Analysis of variance shows a significant effect on mycorrhiza in 5% of the dry weight, Protein percent, Harvest index, Grain yield of the plant is wheat.