The Effect of Repeated Mung Bean on the Growth of the Crop in Relation to the Norms of Mineral Fertilizer after the Fall on Typical Burrow Soils Exposed to Irrigation Erosion

D. U. Gofurov, M. A Bakhromov, ALAUATDIINOVA M. X

Abstract


The article proves the need to apply mineral fertilizers in the conditions of typical gray soils subject to irrigation erosion, stratified into bean planted as a secondary crop after winter wheat, N50, R80, K60 kg / ha to the mung bean crop in the washed part of the soil and N25, R80, K60 kg / ha to the washed part of the soil were found to have a positive effect on the increase in the number of pods of the repeated mung bean crop.

Keywords


Irrigation Erosion, Typical Gray Soil, Winter Wheat, Bean, Legumes, Growth, Development, Nitrogen, Phosphorus, Potassium.

Full Text:

PDF

References


Abdukarimov D. “Basic tillage technologies” // Journal of Agriculture of Uzbekistan. Tashkent. 2000 №2. p. 36–37.

Bo'riev Ya., Abdullaev J.U. Indicators of intermediate crops cultivated in the fallow lands of Kashkadarya region.// Proceedings of the Republican scientific-practical conference on "Current problems of cotton selection, seed production and agricultural technologies and prospects for its development" (December 20, 2017). p. 271–272.

Besedin P.N. Influence of long-term exposure to fertilizers of crop rotations on some properties of typical gray soils Cotton growing. -Tashkent. 1970 № 5.P.16.

Methods of conducting field experiments. Tashkent, 2007. - 147 p.

Djo'raev M.Ya. Abstract of the dissertation for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy in Agricultural Sciences "Improvement of agrotechnologies for the cultivation of secondary crops after winter wheat on lands with irrigation erosion" Tashkent 2018, page 5.

Khalikov BM-New crop rotation systems and soil fertility. Toshken. 2010. p. 71.

7.Ball BC, Bingham I, Rees RM, Wacon CA, Litterick A2005 y. The role of crop rotations in determining soil structure and crop growth conditions. Canadian Journal of Soil Science 85: 557-577.

Bisht JK, Chandel AS1996 y. Nitrogenous activity and nitrogen fixation in Soybean (Glycine maxi L. Merlin), as affected by fertilizer management. Annals Agricultural Resource 17: 429-432.


Refbacks

  • There are currently no refbacks.


Copyright (c) 2020 D. U. Gofurov, M. A Bakhromov, M.A. Xojabaeva

Creative Commons License
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.