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Effects Of Mixture Ratio On Hay Yield And Hay Quality Of Hungarian Vetch + Wheat Mixture Under Diyarbakır Conditions

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Entry : http://traglor.cu.edu.tr/objects/objectFile/bOjeohWB-1292013-26.pdf


Title : Turkish Diyarbakır Koşullarında Karışım Oranının Macar Fiği (Vicia pannonica Crantz) + Buğday (Triticum aestium var. aestium L.) Karışımında Ot Verimi ve Kalitesine Etkisi
English Effects Of Mixture Ratio On Hay Yield And Hay Quality Of Hungarian Vetch + Wheat Mixture Under Diyarbakır Conditions
German Auswirkungen der Mischungsverhältnis auf Heu Ertrag und Heu Qualität der ungarische Wicke + Weizen-Gemisch unter Diyarbakır Bedingungen


Language : Turkish Turkish



Descriptions : Turkish Bu araştırma, Diyarbakır ekolojik koşullarında en uygun Macar fiği (Vicia pannonica) + Buğday (Triticum aestivum var aestivum) karışım oranının saptanması amacıyla Dicle Üniversitesi Ziraat Fakültesi araştırma alanında 2008-2009 yetiştirme sezonunda yürütülmüştür. Tarla denemesi, dört tekrarlamalı tesadüf blokları deneme desenine uygun olarak planlanmıştır. Denemede, her iki türün saf ekimleri ile % 75 Buğday + %25 Macar fiği, % 50 Buğday + %50 Macar fiği, % 25 Buğday + %75 Macar fiği karşımlarının yaş ot ve kuru ot verimleri ile yaş otta ve kuru otta fiğ oranları ve ham protein oran ve verimleri incelenmiştir. Araştırma sonuçlarına gore; en yüksek yeşil ot verimi (2345.00kg/da) %50 Macar fiği+ %50 buğday karışımından, en yüksek kuru ot verimi (643.58 kg/da) ise saf buğday ekiminden elde edilmiştir. En düşük yeşil ot ( 1537.00 kg/da) ve kuru ot (305.75 kg/da ) verimi de saf fiğ ekiminden elde edilmiştir. Karışımda Macar fiğ oranı arttıkça, Macar fiğinin karışımın yeşil ot ve kuru ot verimine katılma oranı artmıştır. Ancak, genellikle Macar fiğinin karşımın ot verimine katkısı tohum karışımındaki oranından daha düşük olmuştur. En yüksek protein oranı (%17.28) saf fiğ ekiminden, en yüksek protein verimi (54.06 kg/da) ise % 50 Buğday + %50 Macar fiğ karımından elde edilmiştir. Araştırmada elde edilen bulgulara dayanarak, Diyarbakır koşullarında Macar fiği+ buğday karışımları için en uygun karışım oranının %50 buğday + %50 Macar fiği olabileceği sonucuna varılmıştır.
English This research was conducted to determine the most proper seed mixture ratio of Hungarian vetch (Vicia pannonica) and wheat (Triticum aestivum ssp. aestivum) at the research area of the Agricultural College of Dicle University, Diyarbakır, during the growing season of 2008-2009. The field experiment was arranged in a completely randomized block design with four replications. In the study, green and dried herbage yields, ratios of Hungarian vetch in the green and dried herbage yield as well as crude protein ratios and yields of pure stands and three different mixtures of Hungarian vetch (Vicia pannonica) and wheat (Triticum aestivum ssp aestivum) such as 75 % wheat+ 25 % Hungarian vetch , 50 % wheat+ 50 % Hungarian vetch and 25 % wheat+ 75 % Hungarian vetch were studied. According to the results, the highest green herbage yield (2345.00 kg/da) and the highest dried herbage yield (643.58 kg/da) were obtained from the mixture of % 50 Hungarian vetch + % 50 wheat and from pure sowing of the wheat, respectively. The lowest green herbage (1537 kg/da) and dried herbage ( 305.75 kg/da) yields were both obtained from the pure sowings of Hungarian vetch. Increasing the ratio of Hungarian vetch in the seed mixture increased the contribution of Hungarian vetch to the green and dried herbage yields of the mixture. However, percentage of Hungarian vetch in the mixture yield was lower than the its ratio in the seed mixture. The highest crude protein ratio (%17.28) was obtained from the pure sowing of vetch but the highest crude protein yield (54.06 kg/da) was obtained from the mixture of 50 % wheat + 50 % Hungarian vetch. According to findings of the research, it was concluded that the most proper sowing rate of the seed mixture of Hungarian vetch and wheat for Diyarbakır conditions could be 50 % Hungarian vetch + 50 % wheat.
English Diese Forschung wurde durchgeführt, um zu bestimmen, die meisten richtigen Samen Mischungsverhältnis von ungarische Wicke (Vicia Pannonica) und Weizen (Triticum aestivum ssp. aestivum) im Bereich Forschung der Agricultural College der Dicle Universität, Diyarbakır, während der wachsenden Jahreszeit 2008-2009. Das Feld-Experiment wurde in einem völlig randomisierten Block-Design mit vier Replikationen zusammengestellt. In der Studie ergibt sich grün und getrocknete Kräuter, Verhältnisse der ungarische Wicke in grün und getrocknete Kräuter-Ausbeute und Rohprotein Verhältnisse sowie Erträge der reinen Stände und drei verschiedene Mischungen von ungarische Wicke (Vicia Pannonica) und Weizen (Triticum Aestivum Ssp Aestivum) wie 75 % Weizen + 25 % ungarische Wicke, 50 % Weizen + 50 % ungarische Wicke und 25 % Weizen + 75 % ungarische Wicke wurden untersucht. Nach den Ergebnissen, den höchsten Ertrag der grüne Kräuter (2345.00 kg/da) und die höchste getrocknete Kräuter Ausbeute (643.58 kg/da) stammen aus der Mischung von 50 % ungarische Wicke + 50 % Weizen und reine Aussaat des Weizens, beziehungsweise. Die niedrigste grüne Kräuter (1537 kg/da) und getrocknete Kräuter (305.75 kg/da) Erträge stammen beide aus der reinen Aussaat der ungarische Wicke. Erhöhung des ungarischen Wicke in der Samen-Mischung stieg den Beitrag der ungarische Wicke, die grünen und getrocknete Kräuter-Erträge der Mischung. Prozentsatz der ungarische Wicke des Ertrags Mischung war jedoch niedriger als die dessen Verhältnis in der Samen-Mischung. Der höchste Rohprotein Anteil (17.28 %) wurde aus der reinen Aussaat von Wicke aber der höchste Ertrag der Rohprotein (54.06 kg/da) von der Mischung aus 50 % Weizen + 50 % ungarische Wicke erlangt wurde. Nach Erkenntnissen der Forschung wurde der Schluss gezogen, dass die meisten richtige Aussaat Rate der Saatgut-Mischung von ungarische Wicke und Weizen für Diyarbakır Bedingungen, ungarische Wicke 50 % + 50 % Weizen sein könnte.


Keywords : Turkish Macar fiği
English Hungarian vetch
German Ungarische Wicke
Turkish buğday
English wheat
German Weizen
Turkish karışım oranı
English mixture ratio
German Mischungsverhältnis


Coverage : Turkey


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Aggregation Level : Level 2


Version : Turkish Adana, 2010


Status : Final


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Date : 2010-01-01
name : Emine Tekin Gündüz
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organization : Çukurova Üniversitesi Fen Bilimleri Enstitüsü, Tarla Bitkileri Anabilim Dalı. 01330 Adana - Turkey




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Description : Turkish Çukurova Üniversitesi Kütüphanesi, Tez Koleksiyonu. 01330 Adana.
English Çukurova University Library Thesis Collection. 01330 Adana, Turkey.


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English fodder crops