EFFECT OF HUMIC ACID AND BLUE-GREEN ALGAE IN GROWTH, YIELD AND MEDICINAL CONSTITUENTS OF CORIANDRUM SATIVUM L.Ebtesamkadem Khudher Intedhar, Abbas Marhoon and Mirvet Kamil Kadhim
This experiment was conducted during the 2017/2018 planting season with the aim of studying the effect of adding humic acid and two concentrations (1% and 2%). In addition to control and level of blue-green algae (with and without pollination), the experiment was designed as a working experience with the design of CRD and four replicates and the averages were compared to a 5% level. The results showed that the use of humic acid with a 2% concentration and the vaccination of soils with blue-green algae significantly increased the most characteristic of vegetative growth, yield, oils and the content of effective materials. As for the intersection of treantments, the best rates were when the concentration of 2% of humic acid was combined with the soil vaccination of blue-green algae in most of the studied qualities of the coriander plant.
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