SVU-International Journal of Agricultural Sciences

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EISSN : 2636381X
Current Publisher: Zagazig University Medical Journal (10.21608)
Total articles ≅ 28
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R.M. Salvador, Dionesio M. Bañoc
SVU-International Journal of Agricultural Sciences, Volume 2, pp 45-59; doi:10.21608/svuijas.2020.32498.1012

A K.A. Mohamed, H. A. Abdel-Galil, Naglaa Galal
SVU-International Journal of Agricultural Sciences, Volume 2, pp 18-29; doi:10.21608/svuijas.2020.32877.1014

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E. M.M. Shalaby, E. H. Galall, M. B. Ali, Ahmed Amro, Azza El Ramly
SVU-International Journal of Agricultural Sciences, Volume 2, pp 1-17; doi:10.21608/svuijas.2020.31707.1011

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E.H. Salem, H.A.M. Ali
SVU-International Journal of Agricultural Sciences, Volume 2, pp 30-44; doi:10.21608/svuijas.2020.32781.1013

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H.H.M. Hassanien, A.A. Baiomy, H.A. Hassan, H. Badry
SVU-International Journal of Agricultural Sciences, Volume 2, pp 85-97; doi:10.21608/svuijas.2020.96375

A.M. El-Sese, A.K.A. Mohamed, Eman A.A. Abou-Zaid, A.M.M. Abd-El-Ghany
SVU-International Journal of Agricultural Sciences, Volume 2, pp 73-84; doi:10.21608/svuijas.2020.27347.1008

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Experiments were conducted during four consecutive seasons of 2017, 2018, 2019 and 2020 on three grape cultivars including “Bez-El-Anza”, “Thompson Seedless” and “Red Roomy” planted at the Experimental Orchard of fruit section, Faculty of Agriculture, Assiut University in a complete randomized blocked design. This investigation was carried out to study the effect of spraying Seaweed extract, Amino acids and Vitamins on C/N ratio, yield and berry quality of some grape cultivars. The obtained results showed that Tyrosin at 500 ppm recorded the highest yield (9.47 kg/vine) during the 1st season. All treatments had a significant impact in the respect of TSS %, acidity% and TSS/acid ratio. Concerning C/N ratio, Vit.B12 at 150 ppm recorded the highest ratio (44.85) during the 1st season. Hence, the present study concluded applications of Seaweed extract, amino acid and Vitamins improved vine C/N ratio, yield and berry attributes of “Bez-El-Anza”, ‘Thompson Seedless’ and “Red Roomy” grape cultivars.
Wafaa Haridy, A.I. Farghal, S.H. Mohamed, S.A. Eraky, Y.M. Omar
SVU-International Journal of Agricultural Sciences, Volume 2, pp 62-72; doi:10.21608/svuijas.2020.26012.1007

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R. K. Labeb, H. E.M. Zaki, Y.Y. Abdel Ati, M.H. Zaky
SVU-International Journal of Agricultural Sciences, Volume 2, pp 53-61; doi:10.21608/svuijas.2020.23605.1002

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K.M. Mohanny, G. S. Mohamed, W.A. Mahmoud, W. A. Abd El Baset
SVU-International Journal of Agricultural Sciences, Volume 2, pp 27-37; doi:10.21608/svuijas.2020.24751.1005

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A.M. El-Salhy, A.A. Badawy, R.A. Ibrahim, M.G. Mohamed
SVU-International Journal of Agricultural Sciences, Volume 2, pp 38-52; doi:10.21608/svuijas.2020.23456.1003

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This study was conducted during two successive seasons 2017 and 2018 to study the effect of some oils immersing on the storability and quality of Balady mandarin (Citrus reticulate L.) fruits during the storage period. The post-harvest treatments were immersed with camphor oil, linen oil and imazalil either singly or in combination. The fruits were stored at cold condition 8±1°C with 85-90% RH. Samples of each treatment were randomly withdrawn monthly for 4 months. The results showed that fruit weight loss %, fruit decay %, total soluble solids %, sugar contents and TSS/acid ratio were significantly increased with prolonging the storage period. On other hand, the advanced storage period induced a gradual decrease of fruit juice percentage, fruits firmness, acidity % and vitamin C. All treatments caused a decrease in fruit weight and fruit decay percentage, fruits firmness, acidity % and vitamin C. Using oils resulted in the least fruit weight loss, whereas, imazalil treatment had the least fruit decay percentage. Also, all treatments improved the fruit quality during the storage period compared control. It could be concluded that oils plus imazalil coating maintained fruit freshness without negative effects of fruit quality parameters and seems to be the proper and ideal treatment to prolong cold storage of Balady mandarin fruits without great reduction in fruit quality.
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