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Effect of a mineral fertilizer (Herbagreen®) on the growth of dessert banana (Musa, Grande Naine) and resistance to Black Sigatoka cultivated in the area of Aboisso (Côte d’Ivoire)

By: Camara Brahima, Badou Odjoutchoni Jean, Chérif Mamadou, Kassi Koffi Fernand Jean-Martial, Tuo Seydou, Kouadio Patrick, Ouattara Généfol, Kouamé Konan Didier, Amari Ler-N’ogn Dadé Georges Elisée, Sanogo Souleymane, Et Koné Daouda

Key Words: Herbagreen®, Foliar fertilizer, Black Sigatoka, Banana tree, Growth

Int. J. Agron. Agri. Res. 12(6), 175-185, June 2018.

Certification: ijaar 2018 0135 [Generate Certificate]

Abstract

The study was carried out in Akressi banana farm (Aboisso, Côte d’Ivoire). It focused on the banana growth and it resistance to Black Sigatoka. Three doses 1 Kg + 50 ml/ha, 2 Kg + 100 ml/ha and 3 Kg + 150 ml/ha of the fertilizer Herbagreen® were used compared to a control. The product was applied on the leaves during the growth period. The results showed that Herbagreen® had a positive effect on growth period and chlorophyll content of leaves. The highest leaves number and chlorophyll contents of leaves have been obtained by 2 Kg + 100 ml/ha regardless of the observation date. There was no marked effect on the pseudostem height compared. Herbagreen® had no marked effect on the protection of leaves against Black Sigatoka. It didn’t affect the flowering date and the harvest diets age. But it haves significantly effect on the diets weight. 2 Kg + 100 ml/ha resulted in the highest regimen weight 33.266 Kg compared to the control (30.053Kg).

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Effect of a mineral fertilizer (Herbagreen®) on the growth of dessert banana (Musa, Grande Naine) and resistance to Black Sigatoka cultivated in the area of Aboisso (Côte d’Ivoire)

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Camara Brahima, Badou Odjoutchoni Jean, Chérif Mamadou, Kassi Koffi Fernand Jean-Martial, Tuo Seydou, Kouadio Patrick, Ouattara Généfol, Kouamé Konan Didier, Amari Ler-N’ogn Dadé Georges Elisée, Sanogo Souleymane, Et Koné Daouda.
Effect of a mineral fertilizer (Herbagreen®) on the growth of dessert banana (Musa, Grande Naine) and resistance to Black Sigatoka cultivated in the area of Aboisso (Côte d’Ivoire).
Int. J. Agron. Agri. Res. 12(6), 175-185, June 2018.
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