Legalize the Use of Irrigation Water for Tomato Plants in Sandy Soils

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Jabrah Ahmed Ankush Altaii


Pot experiment were carried out under polyethylene chamber at the research station of Institute for vegetable of Horticulture and Food Industries, used sandy soil, washed with distilled water before planting. Sandy soil is less used, poor, suffer from physical properties and low productivity due to deterioration of the fertile content of the soil, water scarcity, environmental and agricultural conditions. The area around the root suitable for growth and keep it in good health, the plants absorb boron from fine soils in greater quantities than coarse soils, as plants can take more boron from sandy soils compared to Soft texture at equal concentrations of boron dissolved in water. The soil was supplied with B application of boron (Na2B4O7. 10H2O) was performed at different rates (control, low medium and high).The boron was determined in soil by the method with hot water extraction and in plant by Azomethine-H. In this research, study the characteristics of sandy soils before and after the addition of boron and its effect on the movement of elements and the yield and its characteristics were shed light on. The optimal dose of boron was determined, which is 6mg/kg, which gave the best results in the quantity and characteristics of the crop using the least amount of irrigation water.

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Jabrah Ahmed Ankush Altaii. (2021). Legalize the Use of Irrigation Water for Tomato Plants in Sandy Soils. Annals of the Romanian Society for Cell Biology, 25(6), 9464–9482. Retrieved from