Foliar Application of Amino Acids, Bleed Grape and Seaweed Extract Improve Storability Properties of Fig Fruits

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Abstract: This study was conducted during the growing season of 2016 in a private orchard at AL-Abbasyia, Najaf Governorate on the local fig cv. Aswod Diala . The trees were spraying with amino acids (Amister and Gusto) at concentrations of 500 mg / L each other, Bleed of grape 100% and seaweed Ascophyllum nodosum at concentrations of 4% in single way or in combination at 1April, 1May and 1 June in 2016 . Results showed that spraying trees with amino acids ,bleed grape and seaweed extract treatments and their interactions caused a significant decrease percentage disease of Alternaria tenuis , Alternaria fici, Penicillium expausum, Aspergillus niger , souring , total decay, percentage of weight loss, respiration rate and increase total soluble solids ,vitamin C and fruit firmness after 7 days of the storage compared to control treatment . There was a significant effect between treatments. Treatment of spraying (Am + Gu+ Bg + Bs ) gave a significant effect and the best results for the year of experiment.
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