Effects of polymer cyclohexane application on lentil pod shatter in semi-arid region of Turkey

https://doi.org/10.17221/78/2017-RAECitation:Aslan H., Gayberi M., Kahraman A. (2018): Effects of polymer cyclohexane application on lentil pod shatter in semi-arid region of Turkey. Res. Agr. Eng., 64: 136-142.
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Pod shattering in lentil which is vital plant of dry lands is a crucial feature for high yield. Selection of lentil variety is very important in order to reduce pod shatter. Some of lentil varieties are very productive; however, shattering loss decreases profitable yields. In this study, reduction of pod shatter in lentil varieties was investigated with application of polymer cyclohexane compounds. An experiment was conducted with split-split-plot experiment design with two lentil varieties (‘Firat-87’ and ‘Cagil’), two application time (podset and 15 days before harvest (DBH)) and three application doses (0, 0.5, 2 l·ha–1) as triplicate during two years. Effects of application time on podset were found statistically insignificant and application of 0.5 l·ha–1 dose was found effective for 15 DBH application time. As a result, 0.5 pod shatter polymer cyclohexane and 15 DBH was found as optimum doses and application time, respectively in order to reduce pod shatter loss by nearly 1% for semiarid region of Turkey.

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