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INFLUENCE OF BACTERIUM AZOSPIRILLUM ON BIOLOGICAL YIELD, GRAIN YIELD AND THOUSAND GRAIN WEIGHT IN SOY BEAN

Mohammad Adibian1, Mohadese Servani2, Alireza Sobhkhizi1, Malihe Mahmoody1, Mohsen Noori1*
  1. Higher Educational Complex of Saravan, Iran
  2. MSc student, Department of Agronomy, Zahedan Branch, Islamic Azad University, Zahedan, Iran
Corresponding Author: Mohsen Noori, Higher Educational Complex of Saravan, Iran, E-mail: [email protected]
Received: 04 April 2014 Accepted: 04 May 2014
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Abstract

Legumes plant plays an essential role in sustainability of agricultural systems. Soybean (Glycine max) is one of the most important sources of oil and protein and is commonly used in both human and animal diets. One of the fertilizers that are used a lot in various crop plants is phosphorous, which is applied as phosphorous fertilizers to the soil. The experiment was conducted at the miandoroud sari (in Iran). The field experiment was laid out in randomized complete block design with factorial design with three replications. Factor A included bacterium azospirillum (A1: insemination; A2: No insemination), factor B included Phosphate fertil 2 (B1: insemination, B2: No insemination) and factor c included phosphorus fertilizer (C1: No insemination, C2: 50kg). Analysis of variance shows that Azospirillium brasilense has a significant effect on biological yield, grain yield at 1% level.

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