THE GROWTH, PRODUCTIVITY AND QUALITY OF PEANUTS IMPROVED BY FOUR DIFFRENT RATES OF POULTRY MANURE AND RHIZOBIA INOCULANT
Influences of bat manure (BM) application association rhizobia inoculant on the growth, productivity and quality of peanuts in the infertility grey soil at Triton town, Angiang provice, Vietnam. Four field treatments were designed on the infertile grey soil of Triton district, Angiang during March to July of 2022. Research results presented that bat manure application raised from 0 to 8 tons per ha combinated with rhizobium inoculan remarkably raised number (No.) of pods, Weight (Wt.) of pods per plant, Wt. of seeds/ ha (ton) and Wt. of seeds/ ha (ton). The percentage of oil, protein and NPK of peanut seeds in BM amendment treatments was higher than those of control treatment. Characteristics of its yield components and productivity of peanut were remarkably influenced by the relationship between different BM levels associated with Rhizobia inoculant. Additon treatment of 8.0 tons CM per ha with rhizobia inoculant obtained the highest value in research characteristics compared to other treatments.
bat manure, peanut, productivity, Rhizobia, Triton town