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Title: 

EFFECTS OF VESICULAR-ARBUSCULAR MYCORRHIZA INOCULATION ON GROWN SECALE MONTANUM AND VICIA FABA PLANTS IN RELATION TO POLLUTED SOILS

Type: PAPER
Author(s): AHMADZADEH SARVESTANI SAEIDEH*,CHOROM MOSTAFA,AZAD MOJTABA,AHMADZADE MOHAMMAD SADEGH
 
 *YOUNG RESEARCHERS SOCIETY, UNIVERSITY OF SARVESTAN
 
Name of Seminar: INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE OIL, GAS, PETROCHEMICAL AND POWER PLANT
Type of Seminar:  CONFERENCE
Sponsor:  SHERKATE TAVONI AMOZESHI PAZHOHESHI VESTA
Date:  2012Volume 1
 
 
Abstract: 

IN THE RECENT YEARS USE OF SEWAGE SLUDGE AS A FERTILIZER HAS BECOME PREVALENT IN AGRICULTURAL LANDS, BECAUSE OF IT IS CHEAP. SEWAGE SLUDGE IS SOURCE OF NUTRITIONAL ELEMENTS. THE AIMS OF PRESENT STUDY WERE TO THE EFFECT OF SEWAGE SLUDGE ON SOIL CHEMICAL PROPERTIES AND GROWTH OF SECALE MONTANUM AND VICIA FABA WITH AND WITHOUT PRESENT OF ARBUSCULAR MYCORRHIZA FUNGI. THE EXPERIMENT WAS CONDUCTED IN CONTROLLED CONDITIONS WAS COMPLETELY RANDOMIZED DESIGN AND FACTORILE TEST. THREE LEVELS OF SEWAGE SLUDGE (0, 100 AND 200 TON/HA), TWO LEVELS OF MYCORRHIZA (WITH AND WITHOUT MYCORRHIZA) AND TWO PLANT (SECALE MONTANUM AND VICIA FABA) IN THREE REPLICATED WERE USED. ORGANIC MATTER, TOTAL N AND P CONTENT WERE MEASURED. THE RESULT SHOWED THAT AS THE ADDED SEWAGE SLUDGE INCREASED, ORGANIC MATTER, TOTAL N AND P CONTENT IN SOIL WITH MYCORRHIZAL PLANTS AND CONTROL ONES, BUT ORGANIC MATTER, TOTAL N AND P WERE MUCH HIGHER IN SOILS WITH MYCORRHIZAL PLANTS. AS THE ADDED SEWAGE SLUDGE IN SOIL THAT TREATED BY 100 TON/HA, ORGANIC MATTER, TOTAL N AND P CONTENT IN SOIL AND PLANTS TISSUES INCREASED BUT ORGANIC MATTER, TOTAL N AND P IN SOIL AND PLANTS TISSUES WERE HIGHER IN MYCOORHIZAL PLANTS THAN NONMYCORRHIZAL ONES. WITH INCREASE SEWAGE SLUDGE IN SOIL IN TREATED BY 200 TON/HA, ORGANIC MATTER CONTENT IN TREATED SOIL AND PLANTS TISSUE SECALE MONTANUM AND VICIA FABA ARE INCREASE. CONTENTS OF ORGANIC MATTER, TOTAL N AND P WERE HIGHER COLONIZED PLANTS THAN CONTROL ONES.

 
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