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نویسندگان [English]چکیده [English]
In order to investigate the effects of mycorrhizal fungi, phosphatic biofertilizer and manure application on quantitative and qualitative yield of coriander a factorial experiment was conducted based randomized complete blocks design with 18 treatments and three replications as field experiment at Khoramabad in 2013. The factors were mycorrhizal inoculation in two levels, phosphatic biofertilizer and manure in three levels accompanied with a check plot as chemical fertilizer (N, P, and K in the rate of 60, 90, and 90 Kg ha-1) which its mean comparison with biofertilizer and manure was performed in randomized complete block design. Results showed that the highest number of branches (23.5), root length (23.83 cm), grain N )3.93 %), P (3.67 %), and K (1.41 %) contents, yield of flowering shoots (1902.67 Kg ha-1) and seed yield )1780.67 Kg ha-1) were obtained from inoculation with mycorrhiza, application of 70 Kg ha-1 phosphate biofertilizer and 20 ton ha-1 manure which were 247, 100, 68, 51, 85, 44 and 80 % more than chemical control. Significant interactions were observed between mycorrhizal inoculation and phosphate biofertilizer. According to the results of this study, inoculation with mycorrhiza, application of 70 Kg ha-1 phosphate biofertilizer and 20 ton ha-1 manure prepared the best condition in order to reach to the highest yield quality and quantity in coriander in a sustainable agroecosystem.