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Effect of Phosphorus Fertilizer on Brassica Napusl (B.N) Oil and Protein in Water Fed Cultivation in Different Groups of Soil Phosphor Fertility

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Ebrahim Fattahinejad

Department of Soil Sciences, Behbahan Branch, Islamic Azad University, Behbahan, Iran.

*Corresponding author:Ebrahim Fattahinejad


To find out the effect of phosphorus fertilizer on the canola oil and proteintype 401 Hayola in water fed cultivation in different groups of soil phosphor fertility 16 tests have been conducted in 4 different areas and in each area 4 test in 4 groups of phosphor usable in soil (less than 3ppm, 3-6 ppm, 6-10ppm and more than 10 ppm) in complete random block design in 4 phosphorous treatment (0, 25, 50, 75, kgs in p2 o5 in each hectare). From triple super phosphate source in 4 repetition in the city of Behbahan, it has been conducted for two agricultural year of 2011-2012. Results obtain show that the phosphor fertilizer treatment in all soil fertility groups, it had no meaningful effect on the percentage of oil and protein. On the one hand there has been a meaningful and negative coordination between seed protein and percentage of oil (r=-0/53) and a strong and meaningful coordination between oil functioning and seed’s functioning (r=0/79).


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Effect of Phosphorus Fertilizer on Brassica Napusl (B.N) Oil and Protein in Water Fed Cultivation in Different Groups of Soil Phosphor Fertility

How to cite this paper: Ebrahim Fattahinejad. (2020) Effect of Phosphorus Fertilizer on Brassica Napusl (B.N) Oil and Protein in Water Fed Cultivation in Different Groups of Soil Phosphor Fertility. International Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture4(4), 511-518.

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.26855/ijfsa.2020.12.020

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