Effects of Rose Residue, Manure and Inoculation on Yield and Some Yield Components in Chickpea (Cicer arietinum L.) Cultivation

Bünyamin Aldemir, Ruziye Karaman, Muharrem Kaya

Abstract


The study was carried out to determine the effects of organic (rose pulp, barn fertilizer and bacterial inoculation) and chemical fertilizer applications on yield and yield components of chickpea varieties (Aydın 92, Azkan and Gökçe) in Dinar district of Afyonkarahisar province in 2011. The experimental design was split plot with three replications. In this research, plant height, first pod height, number of branches, pod and grains per plant, seed yield in plant, biological yield, grain yield, harvest index, 100 seed weight and protein ratio were investigated. The results showed that plant height was changed between 38.87-44.23 cm, first pod height between 17.37-21.43 cm, number of branches between 2.70-3.53, pods number between 30.37-50.37 and number of seed per plant between 29.43-48.47, seed yield in plant between 10.50-18.30 g, biological yield between 20.87-42.50 g, 100 seed weight between 34.67-40.43 g, grain yield between 128.10-188.57 kg/da, harvest index between 32.10-53.08% and protein ratio between 22.67-25.67%. As a result, the effect of organic (rose pulp, barn fertilizer and bacterial inoculation) and chemical fertilizer applications on chickpea varieties has been important in terms of yield characteristics. It should be suggested chickpea variety Gökçe with firstly barn manure and followed by chemical fertilization and rose pulp applications.

Keywords


Quality; Chickpea; Organic fertilizer; Yield; Rose residue

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.24925/turjaf.v7isp2.121-127.3174

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