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The possibility of using ethrel to identify plants relatively tolerant to salinity ii. cowpea vigna sinensis l



The possibility of using ethrel to identify plants relatively tolerant to salinity ii. cowpea vigna sinensis l



Egyptian Journal of Horticulture 15(2): 159-170



EXPERIMENTS were conducted during the years 1984 and 1985 to investigate the effect of different levels of salinity and ethrel on cowpea varieties (Vigna sinesis L). The results suggest that ethrel may be employed in screening cultivars relatively tolerant to salinity but is basically dependent on the growth parameter used in such technique. Moreover, variety comparison for the new tested cultivars of cowpea to be used in this work could be help in introducing new varieties to the Egyptian farmer to be used successfully under saline conditions. High negative correlation were demonstrated in most cowpea varieties between ethrel treatment and salinity treatment as regards plant height, leaf number, flower number, pod number and pod weight. High positive correlation was noticed between ethrel and salinity as regards leaf and flower abscission. The best salt productive varieties among the tested cultivars were "TPU" and "Burgrandy.".

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