Response of Some Growth and Productivity Traits of ‎Coriander Plant (Corianderum sativum L.) Under Different ‎Sources of Organic Fertilization

Hala Mohammad*(1) Mohamead Abd Elaziz(1) and Roula Yacoub(2)

(1). Crops Department, Faculty of Agriculture, Tishreen University, Latakis, Syria.

(2). Crops Department, Faculty of Agriculture, Damascus University, Syria.

(*Corresponding author: Eng. Hala Mohamed:

Received: 23/03/2019                               Accepted: 14/04/2019


The lack of information about the cultivation of coriander plants in Syria increased the importance of this study, which examined the effect of some sources of organic fertilization (cow muck, compost and poultry fertilizer) at a rate of 15 tons/ha of each fertilizer. This study was conducted in Tartous  at Banias region during 2018 season. A complete randomized block design arranged according to split split plot was used with three replicates. The results showed that there were significant differences between most of the studied traits. Compost manure exceeded cow muck and poultry manure in most traits (plant height, number of branches/plant, number of leaves and number of shoots/plants) )58.40 cm, 7.33, 5.70 and 17.00) respectively, while poultry fertilizer gave the highest values ​​(9.38 g/plant, 10.78 g) of weight of seeds/plant and weight of 1000 seeds, respectively.

Key words: Coriander, Organic fertilizer, Compost, Cattle, Poultry.

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Effect of Plant Density and Phosphate Fertilizer on Some Chemical Characteristics of Coriander (Coriandrum sativum L.)

Mohamead Abd ELAziz(1) and Hala Mohammad*(1)

(1). Crops Department, Faculty of Agriculture, Tishreen University, Latakia, Syria.

(*Corresponding author: Eng. Hala Mohammad. E-Mail:

Received: 04/09/2017                                Accepted: 07/11/2017


This study was carried out in the Syrian coastal in Tartous governorate, during the growing season 2014, to study the effect of four plant densities (10.00, 13.33, 20.00, and 33.33) plant/m 2, and three levels of phosphate fertilizations (107.2, 160.8, 214.4 kg/ha of super phosphate P2O5 46%), besides the control, on quality traits (nitrogen, crude protein, phosphorus and potassium) of the coriander plant. The experiment was designed in a Randomized Complete Block design (RCBD) with a split plot arrangement of treatments with three replications for each treatment. The results revealed significant differences between treatments for most of studied traits, in addition to an interaction effect between plant density and fertilization. Although, the densities (10, 13.33 .20 plant /m 2) varied in their effect, but it significantly outperformed the highest density (33.33 plant/m2). The treatment 10 plants/m2 was more importance in terms of increasing the plant content of N, P, K. On the other hand, most of the measured characters were increased as a result of the increasing rates of phosphate fertilization. The treatment (160.8 kg/ha of P2O5) had a significant superiority upon on the rest of the treatments in terms of its effect on phosphor, nitrogen and crude protein, whereas the treatment )214.4 kg/ha (increased each of the content of the seeds of both of nitrogen and phosphor. The interaction effect between the highest plant density (33.33/m2) and the highest level of phosphor fertilization (214.4 kg/ha) had the superiority upon the other treatments in term of increasing each of seed content of P, N, protein, and K content of vegetative growth.

Key words: Coriander, Plant density, Phosphate fertilization, Vegetative growth, Seeds.

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