Effect of Naphthalen Acetic Acid and Brassinostroids on Propagating of Strawberry plants CV. Alboin.
Journal of Kerbala for Agricultural Sciences,
2018, Volume 5, Issue 5, Pages 445-458
AbstractThis study was carried out in a plastic house of a Palm Date Research Unit-Agricultural College-University of Baghdad, during season 2013-2014, to study the effect of naphthalene acetic acid(NAA) and Brassinosteroids (BL) and their interaction to the strawberry vegetative growth. The study include 12 treatments, to spray strawberry's plant with three levels from the NAA (0, 25,50,100)mg.l-1. And three levels from the BL ( 0, 0.10, 0.05 )mg.l-1. A factorial experiment carried out at randomized completed blocked design (RCBD) with three replicates. The results were revealed the plants were significantly increased in plant height, length of runner, crown, s number, at 100 mg.l -1 levels of NAA. While the treatment (50mg.l-1) give runner ,s number and number of new plant per runner. The additions of BL were increased in plant height and crown diameter, at 0.1mg.l-1level,s of BL . While the treatment (0.05mg.l-1) give significantly increased in length of runner, crowns number's, runner numbers and plants number per runner. The interaction of two van able were significant for all the studies traits
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