Efficiency of Using Magnetized Water and Chemical Fertilizer in the Growth and Production of Chickpea Plant, Cicer arietinum L.
Keywords:Magnetic Water Chemical Fertilizer Chickpeas
The experiment was conducted in the greenhouse of the Department of Life Sciences - College of Education - University of Samarra in the spring season of 2019 to study the efficiency of using magnetized water and chemical fertilizers in the growth and production of chickpeas (Cicer arietinum L.). Three tubes surrounded by locally manufactured magnets were used in the study. Different overflows were (0.2,0.15,0.1) Tesla stressed in magnetizing the water. Chemical fertilizer was added as a treatment to the soil by 100 kg -1 in planting lines. The quantitative and qualitative characteristics of the root and vegetable group were measured, plant productivity, protein content and nutrient content in the shoot system and in plant seeds. Chickpeas irrigated with treated water and these characteristics were measured before and after chemical fertilization. The results showed a significant effect of chemical fertilization on plant height and number of pods, and an increase in dry vegetative weight amounted to 49% when fertilizing alone and 257% when fertilizing with magnetization, and the seeds gave a significant increase after fertilization alone, reaching 5.5% and giving 4.2% after the intervention Between compost and magnetization, the results gave an increase in the total yield of 6% after fertilization and 65% after interfering with magnetization, and the protein content in seeds reached 8.7% after fertilization and 52% after magnetic treatment. The magnetic treatment of irrigation water also affected the nutrients in plants and seeds, and the results recorded a significant increase in nitrogen and phosphorus and an increase in calcium and potassium compared to the control treatment.
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