SU656608A1 - Composition for improving quality of seedlings and increasing productivity of plants - Google Patents

Composition for improving quality of seedlings and increasing productivity of plants

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SU656608A1
SU656608A1 SU782573403A SU2573403A SU656608A1 SU 656608 A1 SU656608 A1 SU 656608A1 SU 782573403 A SU782573403 A SU 782573403A SU 2573403 A SU2573403 A SU 2573403A SU 656608 A1 SU656608 A1 SU 656608A1
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chloride
mixture
yield
increase
plants
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Станислав Яковлевич Ледовский
Константин Сергеевич Бокарев
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Украинский Научно-Исследовательский Институт Овощеводства И Бахчеводства
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  1. The invention relates to physiologically active substances and can be used to increase the yield of agricultural crops. It is known the use of various physiologically active substances and their mixtures to stimulate or inhibit the growth and development of plants, increase yields and other practical purposes of C. The mixture used to inhibit plant growth and increase their productivity is known, containing water and dimethylmorpholine Line 2. Mixture inhibits the growth of barley plants, wheat and tomatoes. However, this mixture causes an insufficient increase in the yield of such agricultural crops as tomatoes. The aim of the invention is to elucidate a mixture of plant growth regulators based on dimethylmorpholini chloride, which is more active than the known compounds. In order to achieve this goal, etrel is added to a known composition, which is a mixture of dimethylmorpholini chloride and water. The weight ratios of the components of the resulting mixture, respectively, are equal, wt.%; Dimethylmorpholine Cf, 01-0.05 Chloride, Yrelle0.01-0.02 WaterErestal When dimethylmorpholini chloride combines with etrel in the indicated ratios, a synergistic phenomenon is found that allows for a greater increase in plant yield than when dimethylmorpholine chloride and etrela are used separately. The mixture was treated with tomato seedlings grown by a pileless method in the phase of the present leaves at a rate of 3 l / m. Under the influence of this mixture of physiologically active substances, the weight of the ground mass, leaves and roots, as well as the ratio of the weight of the leaves to the weight of the above-ground mass and weight roots to the weight of the aboveground mass. In addition, in the treated seedlings, the assimilation surface of the plants increases by 21.6% and the root volume by 62.5% and, consequently, the adsorption surface of the root system. These changes provide a significant improvement in the conditions for the photosynthetic activity of plants and their root nutrition, which ultimately leads to an increase in plant productivity. For example, the yield of tomatoes for {The first decade increased by 84-95% compared with pure dimethylmorpholinium chloride and by 10-30% compared to pure etrel, and the yield for the entire period increased by 28-32% and amounted to 246-342 centners per hectare Thus, the use of the proposed composition provides a noticeable improvement in the quality of seedlings, an increase in the early and overall yield of crops such as tomatoes. This shows the economic efficiency of the proposed composition. DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF THE INVENTION Composition for improving the quality of seedlings and increasing the yield of plants based on dimethylmorpholinium chloride, characterized in that, in order to enhance the physiological activity of an aqueous solution of dimethylmorpholini chloride, etrel is introduced into it in the following ratio of ingredients, wt.% $ Chloride-limethylmorpholineII0- 0.05 Etrell 0.01-0.02 WaterEvital Sources of information taken into account during the examination 1. Chemistry Successes, t. XLY, vol. 8, 1976, p. 1473-1504.
  2. 2. USSR author's certificate number 298094, cl. A 01 N 5/00, 1968.
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WO1984001489A1 (en) * 1982-10-21 1984-04-26 Us Agriculture Method of increasing biomass in plants

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* Cited by examiner, † Cited by third party
Publication number Priority date Publication date Assignee Title
WO1984001489A1 (en) * 1982-10-21 1984-04-26 Us Agriculture Method of increasing biomass in plants

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