Field experiment was carried out in Research and Production Station, National Research Centre, El-Nobaria district, El-Beheara Governorate, Egypt, to determine the effects of irrigation water differed in salinity (2000 and 4000 ppm as well as canal water, 345ppm) combined with magnetized water technology (with or without) on turnip plants. Obtained results showed that the irrigation of magnetic water increased significantly plant growth characters. While, the same results were achieved concerning with Na and Mg % of pear seedlings in the 1st season and, Fe, Zn, Ca, Mg and B contained in the 2nd one. Protein increased by irrigation with non-magnetic water compared with magnetic one in both seasons.
In most cases, the growth parameters (shoot and root) of pear seedlings were improved significantly by using magnetic technology with a low salinity of irrigation water 1000 ppm canal water, while the opposite trend was recorded by raising the salinity up to 4000 and 5000 ppm without magnetic technology in both seasons.
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