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Authors Temel, S; Keskin, B; Simsek, U; Yilmaz, IH
Author Full Name Temel, Suleyman; Keskin, Bilal; Simsek, Ugur; Yilmaz, Ibrahim H.
Title PERFORMANCE OF SOME FORAGE GRASS SPECIES IN HALOMORPHIC SOIL
Source TURKISH JOURNAL OF FIELD CROPS
Language English
Document Type Article
Author Keywords Salinity; alkalinity; salt tolerance; forage grass; yield
Keywords Plus SODIC DRAINAGE WATER; COASTAL BERMUDAGRASS; PERENNIAL GRASSES; NUTRITIVE-VALUE; SALINE; RECLAMATION; GROWTH; REHABILITATION; ENVIRONMENT; PAKISTAN
Abstract In this study, performance and yield and quality parameters according to standard soil conditions of four forage grass species (Cynodon dactylon, Chloris gayana, Agropyron elongatum and Festuca arundinacea) which have different tolerance levels for salinity and alkalinity were compared. In this respect, research was carried out in four locations (control, highly saline, highly alkali, highly saline-alkali) which have the same climatic conditions but different soil characteristics for three years between 2011 and 2013. The trial was set up according to a randomized complete block design split-split plot with 3 replications. The research was established in Saracli and Asagi Camurlu with an altitude of 820 m in East Igdir Plain. Agropyron elongatum demonstrated growth in all locations while Cynodon dactylon demonstrated growth in all locations except highly saline-alkali. On the other hand, Festuca arundinacea and Chloris gayana showed growth only in control and highly saline locations. According to the results of research, saline and alkali soils caused a decrease in dry matter yields, plant heights and leaf area index in Agropyron elongatum and Festuca arundinacea species. According to non-saline soil, salinity and alkalinity were resulted in an increase in crude protein ratio of Agropyron elongatum while it's were recorded in a decrease in crude protein ratio of Cynodon dactylon, Chloris gayana and Festuca arundinacea. On the other hand, while neutral detergent fiber of Cynodon dactylon increased, neutral detergent fiber of Chloris gayana, Agropyron elongatum and Festuca arundinacea in salinity and alkalinity soils.
Author Address [Temel, Suleyman; Keskin, Bilal; Yilmaz, Ibrahim H.] Igdir Univ, Fac Agr, Dept Agron, IGDIR, Merkez, Turkey; [Simsek, Ugur] Igdir Univ, Fac Agr, Dept Soil Sci & Plant Nutr, IGDIR, Merkez, Turkey
Reprint Address Keskin, B (reprint author), Igdir Univ, Fac Agr, Dept Agron, IGDIR, Merkez, Turkey.
E-mail Address bilalkeskin66@yahoo.com
Funding Agency and Grant Number TUBITAK, The Scientific and Technological Research Council of Turkey [1100 259]
Funding Text This study is financed by TUBITAK, The Scientific and Technological Research Council of Turkey with Project No. 1100 259. We would like to thank the Council for their contribution to this study.
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Cited Reference Count 69
Publisher SOC FIELD CROP SCI
Publisher City BORNOVA
Publisher Address EGE UNIV ZIRAAT FAK TARLA, BITKILERI BOLUMU, BORNOVA, IZMIR 35100, TURKEY
ISSN 1301-1111
29-Character Source Abbreviation TURK J FIELD CROPS
ISO Source Abbreviation Turk. J. Field Crops
Year Published 2015
Volume 20
Issue 2
Beginning Page 131
Ending Page 141
Page Count 11
Web of Science Category Agronomy
Subject Category Agriculture
Document Delivery Number CX9YR
Unique Article Identifier WOS:000366063200002
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