Assessment on Growth Performance of Green gram (Vigna radiate (L) Wilzeck). by Using Phytotreated and Non Phytotreated Waste Water


Assessment on Growth Performance of Green gram (Vigna radiate (L) Wilzeck). by Using Phytotreated and Non Phytotreated Waste Water


Kaliyamoorthy Jayakumar

Department of Botany, A.V.C College (Autonomous), Mannampandal 609 305, Mayiladuthurai, Tamil Nadu, India


Journal of Plant and Environmental Research

Assessment on growth performance of Vigna radiate L. by using Phytotreated and Non Phytotreated waste water. The plants were raised in petridish containing different concentrations of raw and treated waste water (C, 10%, 10% treated, 25%, 25% treated, 50%, 50% teated, 75%, 75% treated,100% and 100 % treated ). The morophological parameters like, seed germination percentage, seedling growth, (Such as, root and shoot length; fresh and dry weight fo root and shoot), vigoue index, tolerance index were measured on 7th days after sowing. All the morophological parameters were increased at 25 treated waste water in a petridish, when compared with control. Further increases in the waste water (50%-100%) in the soil have a negative effect on these parameters.


Keywords:Seed germination; Phytotreated; Non Phytotreated; Waste water; Seedling growth. Vigna radiate L.

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Kaliyamoorthy Jayakumar. Assessment on Growth Performance of Green gram (Vigna radiate (L) Wilzeck). by Using Phytotreated and Non Phytotreated Waste Water. Journal of Plant and Environmental Research, 2018,3:13. DOI:10.28933/jper-2018-12-1805


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