Evaluation yield of quantitative and qualitative Aloe Vera in intercropping of barley (Hordeum vulgar L.)

Mianji, Sima (2015) Evaluation yield of quantitative and qualitative Aloe Vera in intercropping of barley (Hordeum vulgar L.). Masters thesis, University of Zabol.

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This research performed in order to evaluate the effects of intercropping on barley and Aloe Vera on quantity and quality yield of components mixture in the field of Agricultural Research Institute, University of Zabol was conducted based on randomized complete block design with three replications in during 92-93. Treatments were barley monocrop, Aloe Vera monocrop, 25%barley+75%aloevera,75%aloevera+25%barley,50%barley+50%aloevera,100%barley+100%aloevera,35%barley+65%aloevera,65%barley+35%aloevera,55%barley+45%aloevera,4 5%barley+55%aloevera. This experiment, the seeds of barley and Aloe Vera suckers were planted with desired intercropping rations at same time. For assessment ration of monocropping than intercropping used of LER. All characteristic of Aloe Vera except diameter, number of leaf and chlorophyll a were affected. So that maximum weight of gel total weight of Aloe Vera combined treatment of 65%barley+35%aloevera. Also the effect of intercropping on all characteristic of barley except plant height, number of spike and tiller were significant. The maximum economic yield (584.29) of barley combined in 55%barley+45%aloevera. LER was very significant and the highest of LER combined of treatment of 50%barley+50%aloevera. According to results, intercropping of barley and Aloe Vera for maximum economic yield ration of 50%barley+50%aloevera recommended. Therefore, barley shade caused to keep Aloe Vera from severe winter weather and Aloe Vera as a resistant plant can be successfully used in intercropping systems and agro - forestry systems.

Item Type: Thesis (Masters)
Uncontrolled Keywords: shadow, extract, Aloe Vera, barley, intercropping
Subjects: S Agriculture > SB Plant culture
Depositing User: admin admin1 admin2
Date Deposited: 11 Jun 2016 07:38
Last Modified: 11 Jun 2016 07:38
URI: http://eprints.uoz.ac.ir/id/eprint/734

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