Development of Plants in Combination of Products Associated with the Inoculation in the Soybeans Seeds Treatment


  •  Everton Zambiazzi    
  •  Adriano Bruzi    
  •  Frederico Silva    
  •  Eric Silva    
  •  Alan Zuffo    
  •  Scheila Guilherme    
  •  Fiorita Monteiro    
  •  Alan Mendes    
  •  Antonio Carvalho    
  •  Maria Carvalho    

Abstract

The purpose of this study was to evaluate the effect of different combinations of products applied through seed treatment, associated with the inoculation, in the development of soybean plants. The experiment was conducted in a greenhouse at Federal University of Lavras (UFLA). The experimental design was a randomized complete block, with four repetitions in a factorial 4 × 11, being four soybean cultivars and 11 combinations of products associated with the inoculation in the treatment of seeds. At the stage (R1) it was evaluated: plant height, leaf area, foliar chlorophyll content, number of trifoliate leaves, dry shoot mass, dry root mass, root length, root volume, nodules total number, viable nodules total number, nodules dry mass and foliar nitrogen content. The combination of products in the treatment of seeds, do not present phytotoxic effects in the characters related to the development, except for dry matter of aerial part and root volume. The combination of products in treatment of seeds influences negatively the nodulation, especially in the treatments with presence of nematicide. The inoculation performed in isolation or combined with fungicide and insecticide (I+FI) maintains nodule levels.



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  • Issn(Print): 1916-9752
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  • Started: 2009
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