International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)

International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)
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Research Paper | Agronomy | Afghanistan | Volume 7 Issue 2, February 2018 | Rating: 7 / 10

The Effect of Animal Manure on the Yield of Wheat (Mazar99)

Khairullah Khairkhwah | Abdul Alim Mohammadi | Rahmatullah Atefi

Abstract: Field experiment has been carried out at Baghlan province 2016-2017.4 rates of animal manure fertilizer at 4 replication in a randomize complete block design (RCBD), the length of rows 4 m, wide of plots 120cm, plot size 480 m2, planting area76.8m2, distance between rows 20cm, Number of rows 6, distance between varieties 60cm, Seed rate 12gr/ m2, depth of sowing 2.5cm, date of planting 12-11-2016, date of harvesting 15-6-2017, number of irrigation 4, number of weed control 4, number of fertilizer 4 rates of animal manure (T1- Fertilizer 0, T2- Fertilizer 3 ton/h, T3- Fertilizer 6 ton/ha, T4- Fertilizer 9 ton/ha). We used from some available agricultural tools such as 3pall, 9 pall, roller and some other equipment necessary from cultivation up to harvesting time. The result indicated that the optimum amount of animal manure 6 ton/ ha is the best rate of animal manure fertilizer, Hence the appropriate dose of animal manure is needed to reach the maximum grain yield with high quality depend on the soil fertility and environmental factors. Therefore based on soil condition and climatic factors the best amount of Animal manure fertilizer is 6-8 ton/ha.

Keywords: animal manure fertilizers, soil fertility, plant nutrients and soil physical properties and wheat yield

Edition: Volume 7 Issue 2, February 2018,

Pages: 1062 - 1066

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