2014
DOI: 10.2478/cerce-2014-0007 View full text |Buy / Rent full text
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Abstract: A factorial based on RCBD experiment was conducted to evaluate the effects of priming and foliar spray of cycocel on rapeseed yield components. Treatments were included; seed priming (0, 600, 900, 1200, 1500 μM) and foliar spray (0, 600, 1200 μM) with cycocel at development stage of flower buds. The results revealed that seed priming with cycocel significantly increased emerged plant number per plot, silique dry weight in the main stems and branches, plant dry weight, branches number, silique number in the mai… Show more

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“…Though dhaincha crop exhibited reduction in number of seeds pod -1 (34.1) without pinching treatment, it was statistically on par with pinching and cycocel spray @ 75 ppm. These results are in agreement with the findings of Pourmohammad et al, (2014) who reported significant increase in seed number due to foliar spray with cycocel in rapeseed. However, Tripathi et al, (2013) and was at par with the other treatments namely foliar spray with micronutrient mixture (ZnSO 4 0.5% + Boric acid 0.3%) (33.8), foliar spray with DAP 2% + micronutrient mixture (Zn + B + NAA) (33.6) and control (33.9).…”
Section: Number Of Seeds Pod -1supporting
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“…Though dhaincha crop exhibited reduction in number of seeds pod -1 (34.1) without pinching treatment, it was statistically on par with pinching and cycocel spray @ 75 ppm. These results are in agreement with the findings of Pourmohammad et al, (2014) who reported significant increase in seed number due to foliar spray with cycocel in rapeseed. However, Tripathi et al, (2013) and was at par with the other treatments namely foliar spray with micronutrient mixture (ZnSO 4 0.5% + Boric acid 0.3%) (33.8), foliar spray with DAP 2% + micronutrient mixture (Zn + B + NAA) (33.6) and control (33.9).…”
Section: Number Of Seeds Pod -1supporting
“…These results are in conformity with the findings of Pourmohammad et al, (2014) who reported significant increase in 1000 seed weight with foliar spray of cycocel. Other workers Tomar et al, (2004), Bhat and Shepherd (2007) observed significant reduction in 1000 seed weight due to pinching treatment.…”
Section: Seed Weight -First Picking (G)supporting
“…Njeru et al (2014) found improving nitrogen and phosphorus absorption in all maize genotypes with mycorrhizal colonization. Pourmohammad et al (2014) revealed that cycocel increased the branch numbers, 1000 seed weight and seed yield. In another study, Sarkar et al (2006) declared that cycocel enhanced number of capsules, number of seeds and seed weight in sesame plant.…”
Section: Resultsmentioning
“…The positive efficacy of cycocel on the seed yield in this experiment was mainly due to the increase in the number of fertilized pods. Improving rapeseed yield by cycocel were found by Pourmohammad et al (2014) who declared that cycocel improved the cytokinin translocation from roots to shoots and development of vegetative above ground organs and finally increased the seed yield. In another study increasing number of capsules, number of seeds, seed weight and also improving photosynthetic activities in sesame by cycocel application were reported by Sarkar et al (2006) who found that cycocel could counteract 28 to 37% of yield loss under water stress condition.…”
Section: Seed Yieldmentioning
“…59,60 Foliar application with cycocel also increased plant dry weight, 1000 seeds weight in branches, harvest index and seed yield. 61 Highest value in diameter of umbel scape was recorded at CCC 150ppm and the biggest diameter of umbel was reached with CCC treatment at 100ppm during both experimental seasons. These results may be due to soaked bulbs into the concentrations of cycocel (Table 5).…”
Section: Effect Of Soaked Bulbs In CCC On Onion Seed Productionmentioning