Improvement of Different Crop Seeds Germination through By Magnetized Saline Water Treated
- Author H. A. Mansour
- Co-Author Abd El-Hady, A.E. Abdelghany
- Country : Egypt
- Subject : Agriculture Engineering
Saline water is should be used, but there are many risks that are faced from planting to crop production if we used, (saltwater very expensive treatment costs). The aim of the present work is to design an electro-magnetic unit and evaluation of resulted magnetic force of different saline waters on the germination percentage and germination rate of different plant seeds i.e. (barley, sorghum, turnip, sunflower, and wheat) in laboratory.
The results indicated that any increase in magnetic force associated with improving germination %, especially wheat and sunflower followed by sorghum. Operating time of the uniformity test was one hour, germination percentage and germination rate estimated for known the validation of electro-magnetic device for its application in the laboratory experiments research work were 0.84; 89.92 % (345 ppm). This experiment was considered as a test study of the electro-magnetic device before the application at the open field.
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