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Title: Productivity of soyben cultural under the influence of the growth regulating drugs
Authors: Shevchuk V., Khodanitska O., Tkachuk O., Shevchuk О., Polyvanyi S.
Keywords: рlant growth regulators, productivity, bean-rhizobial symbiosis, assimilation surface, morpho-genesis, soybean cultural
Date of publication: 2021-03-01 12:40:21
Last changes: 2021-03-01 12:40:21
Year of publication: 2021
Summary: The pre-sowing treatment of soybean seeds of Millennium variety with growth regulators Gulliver Stimulus and Stimpo increases the seed quality and improves plant growth processes. The applying of drugs stimulates the accumulation of vegetative and generative organs, leads to the formation of assimilation surface of leaves in the flowering phase, and has a positive effect on crop production in soil and climatic conditions of Vinnytsia region.
The use of Gulliver Stimulus and Stimpo influences on soybean seed productivity. Crop productivity in-creases due to the biological yield of aboveground mass by 14 % and 9%, as well as by increasing the number of beans, the number and weight of seeds per plant - by 7, 12, 16 % and 6, 8, 15 % severally. Growth-regulating drugs cause the intensive formation and functioning of spontaneous soy-rhizobial symbi-osis. It was found that pre-sowing treatment of soybean seeds with Gulliver Stimulus and Stimpo causes a larger number of nodules on the roots by 20 and 26 % compared to the control. It was established that the processing of soybean seeds with preparations increases the mass of raw and dry matter of the nodules by 17, 19 % and 13, 20 % respectively. The mass of dry matter of one nodule increases by 24,5 % under the influence of the Gulliver Stimulus, and by 28,3 % under the action of Stimpo.
Publication type: Статті у зарубіжних наукових фахових виданнях (Copernicus та інші)
Publication: The scientific heritage. Hungary: Budapest, 2021. № 61, vol. 1. Р. 6-10.
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