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Paper Details: Influence Of Digests (Fertilizers) On Certain Parameters Agronomic And Biochemical Of Beans (Phaseolus Vulgaris l.) In Faranah (Republic Of Guinea)

Volume 3 - Issue 11, November 2019 Edition
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Author(s)
BARRY Ibrahima, BARRY Alpha Oumar Sadio, KEITA Mamby, DIALLO Sara Bailo, Ansoumane SAKOUVOGUI
Keywords
Influence, digestate, agronomic, biochemical, bean.
Abstract
The results of this study, the vegetative cycle of the bean (Phaseolus vulgaris L.) ranges from 60 to 65 days, the average height of the plants (45 cm). The digestate of Dinguiraye as a fertilizer on the number of pods by plant (23.45), followed respectively by Dabola and Faranah is 22.30 and 16.60. The number of control pods is 17.25 which is close to the average of the four values of 19.90. Faranah (3.65), Dinguiraye (3.55), Dabola (3.40) and control (2.75), with an average of 3.34 seeds per pod. Dabola digestate provided the largest weight of 1000 seeds compared to Faranah digestate at 546 g and 382 g, respectively, and the other digests gave intermediate values, with an average of 423.5. The high yield was provided by the Dinguiraye digestate (2.01 t/ha). That of Dabola (1.98 t/ha). The control gave a lower yield of 1.43 t/ha. Moisture content in the seeds grown according to the origin of the fertilizers (digests) have a value of 7.77% for Dalaba to 8.38% for Dinguiraye, with an average of 8,09%. The dry matter levels are relatively equal for an average of 91.92%. Protein levels ranged from 12.80% for the control to 15.40% for Dinguiraye, the overall average is 14.32%. The fat and mineral levels are respectively 2.91% to 3.70% and 3.43% to 3.85%, with the following materials: fat (3.12%) and mineral matter (3%). 65%). The crude fiber levels are relatively close, with an average of 16.30%. This experimental study on the use of different digestive states (Faranah, Dabola and Dinguiraye) is like a soil amendment, influenced by some agronomic and biochemical parameters of the bean (Phaseolus vulgaris L.).
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