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The Effect of Interaction Among Salinity, Organic Material and Fungi Aspergillus candidus and Fusarium nygamai on the Element Concentration Na, Mg and Ca in Soil and Barley Plant

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Al-Qadisiyah Journal For Agriculture Sciences, 2014, Volume 4, Issue 1, Pages 1-16
DOI: 10.33794/qjas.2014.93688

The results of interaction between the fungi, EC, the proportion of cattail: soil and periods (after mixing directly, 14, and 28 days) show the amount of Sodium (Na) in treatment A. candidus + 5 + 1:1 + after mixing directly, 14 and 28 days are 9.16, 8.92 and 8.68 meq/L respectively which record a significant decrease as compared to all other treatments. The highest value of Calcium (Ca) was 73.27 meq/L in treatment of Fusarium nygamai + 15 + 3:1 + after mixing directly, except the treatment of F. nygamai + 15 + soil only + after mixing directly and control treatment +15 + soil only + after mixing directly which reaches to 72.56 and 70.26 meq/L, respectively.
The effect of soil with different levels of EC, blended cattail and inoculum of A. candidus and F. nygamai are studied to show the content of shoot system of nutritional elements in barley after 28 days from planting , results show highest percentage of Na is 0.1503% in treatment of F. nygamai +15 + 3:1 + after mixing directly. The treatment of A. candidus + 3:1 + after mixing directly show highest percentage (0.265%) of Ca . The highest percentage of magnesium is 0.376% in treatment of A. candidus + 5 + 1:1 + after mixing directly.