Journal Siplieria Sciences 2024-05-22T10:05:21+07:00 Open Journal Systems <p><strong>Journal Siplieria Sciences ISSN 2709-2380 </strong>is an international journal open access and peer reviewed journal includes all the areas of research activities ini Life Sciences such as Agriculture, Fisheries, Marine Science, E<span class="tlid-translation translation" lang="en"><span class="" title="">nviroment and <span class="ILfuVd"><span class="hgKElc">Environmental Biology</span></span></span></span>.</p> <p>The articles published in Journal Siplieria Sciences have been double blind-reviewed by peer reviewers. The decision on whether the scientific article is accepted or not in this journal will be the Editorial Board’s right based on peer reviewer's recommendation. </p> Response of Wheat to Nano fertilizers Added at the Beginning of the Vegetative and Flowering Growth Stages 2024-05-14T10:15:23+07:00 Nidhal Yasir Abbas Alghargan Nadir Flayh Ali Almubarak <p>A field experiment was carried out during the winter season 2023-2024 in the Al-Galibiya area of Al-Khalis District in Diyala Governorate in a mixed sandy soil, salinity 4.5 dM/m, pH 7.6, organic matter 21%, and ready-made nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium 26.9, 29.0 and 126.8 mg/kg. Sequentially, with the aim of determining the extent of wheat crop response to nanotechnology during the vegetative and flowering growth stages , using some nanofertilizers to improve growth and develop the production of this strategic crop.A factorial experiment was applied according to a Randomized Complete Block Design (RCBD) with three replicates. The first factor included fertilizer treatments (urea nanofertilizer and NPK nanofertilizer at a concentration of 60 g each, and traditional urea fertilizer and NPK traditional fertilizer at a concentration of 100 kg/ha each) as well as the control treatment, while Addition dates parameters (the beginning of the vegetative growth stage, the beginning of the flowering growth stage, and the beginning of both the vegetative and flowering growth stages) represented the second factor. The use of the traditional fertilizer urea led to the highest plant height when added at the beginning of the vegetative growth stage and the beginning of the vegetative and flowering growth stages, as it reached 104.2 and 102.9 cm, respectively’. The use of nanofertilizer urea at the beginning of the vegetative and flowering growth stages resulted in the highest number of tillers, reaching 373.06 tillers/m², and it did not differ significantly from the treatment of using nanofertilizer urea at the beginning of the vegetative growth stage, which achieved 366.50 tillers /m².</p> 2024-05-22T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Journal Siplieria Sciences