Competitiveness Of Sesame And Mung Bean Intercropping With Different Fertilizer Combinations

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Burhan Ahmed Saeed and Jasim Mohammed Aziz


This experiment was conducted in the fall agricultural season(2020) In the province of Kirkuk , Hawija ghazieh village in the soil of tissues alluvial sand study included workers first factor loading systems (sesame alone ) and ( mash alone ) and ( 2 mash + line 2 sesame line) and (3 Mash + 3 lines sesame lines) and (2 sesame + 4 Mash lines) The second factor is fertilizer. Levels (0P + 0 N) and ( 30 P +80 N)  and ( P60+N80 ) and( P 30 +N160)  and ( P60 + N 160kg h -1) The experiment was carried out according to a randomized complete block design (RCBD) with three replications. The results obtained from the effect of competition between sesame and mung showed that the ground equivalent ratio (LER for the mung crop Lb Bigger than sesame values La In all loading systems and at all fertilizer levels , the crop efficiency ratio (CPR) Mach is higher than the sesame yield in loading systems and in fertilizer combinations , as indicated by the values ​​of the mobilization factor )RCC)  for mash were higher than the values ​​of )RCC (For sesame crop in case of cultivation system ) 2:2). And for all fertilizer combinations except the fertilizer combination) P30 + N160(. If the value of the relative mobilization coefficient was (CR) of sesame is higher than that of mung, and this indicates that mung is more competitive in the loading system, as the values ​​of the ground equivalent factor showed) LEC). It gave a yield advantage for all loading systems whose value ranged)0.25, 0.63( while the value of the competition ratio (CR) high in loading systems )2: 2( . And the  )3: 3(  And at all levels of fertilizer was the value of (CR) greater than one and reached )2.07 , 1.9) respectively, either aggressive evidence (A(It was aggressive to the negative mash except for the treatment of the loading system)2:2) in the fertilizer combination ) P30 + N160) which was positive, as for the monetary advantage (MAI) It was positive in all loading systems and fertilizer combinations, which indicates a crop advantage and cash return in all transactions compared to single cultivation. It is noted that the monetary advantage amounted to (921) thousand dinars per hectare.

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