Effect on Nutrient Contents of Grafted Vine Sapling of Mychorrizal Preparations





American grapevine rootstock, Potted sapling, Plant nutrition, Biovam, Biopreparat


This study was carried out for two years in order to determine the effects of mychorrizal preperate (MP) applications on nutrient contents of saplings in grafted and potted grapevine sapling production. In this study, five grapevine rootstocks (140 Ru, 110 R, 41 B, 1103 P and 5 BB) and Narince grape cultivar cuttings were used. Four commercial biological preparations Roots Deep Gel, Endo Roots, Bio-one ve Biovam were applied to grafted cuttings in plastic bags grafted cuttings in greenhouse were allowed to grow for about 2 months. The effect of MP applications on nutrient intake of saplings was determined in leaf samples taken 80-90 days after MP applications. Effect of MP on P, K, Zn, Ca, Fe and Mg content of leaves were changed in according to rootstocks and mychorrizal preparation types. MP generally had positive impact on nutrient intake. Biovam, Bio-one and Endo Roots applications were more effective in terms of nutrient intake.

Author Biography

Rüstem Cangi, Department of Horticulture, Faculty of Agriculture, Tokat Gaziosmanpaşa University, 60250 Tokat

Department of Hortivulture Viticulture Grapevine and Kiwifruit Growing and Breeding



How to Cite

Cangi, R., & Kılıç, D. (2020). Effect on Nutrient Contents of Grafted Vine Sapling of Mychorrizal Preparations. Turkish Journal of Agriculture - Food Science and Technology, 8(sp1), 160–165. https://doi.org/10.24925/turjaf.v8isp1.160-165.4067

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