Phosphate Nutrition and Yield of Winter Wheat Under the Influence of Fertilizers and Polimiksobakteryn
Keywords: mineral fertilizers, Polimiksobakteryn, winter wheat, phosphatase activity, phosphate nutrition
AbstractAim. To study the features of phosphorus nutrition of winter wheat under the infl uence of different doses of mineral fertilizers and microbial preparation Polimiksobakteryn. Methods. The phosphatase activity in rhizo- sphere soil of winter wheat was determined photocolorimetrically by the method of Geller and Ginsburg, the phosphorus content in plants – as described by Denizhe in the modifi cation of Bouvatier. Results. The phos- phatase activity in the rhizosphere soil of winter wheat plants increases due to the application of a microbial preparation and mineral fertilizers in low doses. This increases both the absorption of phosphorus by plants and their yield. Conclusions. Growing winter wheat on the leached black soil with dose-relevant introduction of mineral fertilizers in doses, not exceeding N P K , and the use of Polimiksobakteryn improve phosphorus nutrition of wheat plants and promote the increase in the yield of crops.
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Volkohon, V., Tokmakova, L., Kovpak, P., Trepach, A., & Lepeha, O. (2015). Phosphate Nutrition and Yield of Winter Wheat Under the Influence of Fertilizers and Polimiksobakteryn. Agricultural Science and Practice, 2(2), 3-8. https://doi.org/10.15407/agrisp2.02.003
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