2018, Volume 1, Issue 5, Pages 279-308
This is a research study of the impact of climatic factors on the productivity of palm in Iraq, as is the palm of crops affected by climatic factors and non-climatic and reflected on the amount of production of dates Vtmthelt climatic factors to be focused on in this study on the temperature and the amount of brightness and the solar wind and the rain and humidity, where the effect of each factor varies according to the germination, which is also vary from place to place according to the site to observe the area of agriculture.
It was necessary to identify characteristics of appropriate climate for the growth of palm trees, and, through access to the climatic requirements for growth, we found that the palm needs to temperatures ranging between (14.4 -17.7 m) throughout the period of growth ranging between (220-240) days.
The study in this research study (10) weather stations as shown in Table (1) and Fig (1), mostly in the Sahel region as one of the most important sedimentary Amnatq production of palm in Iraq in terms of climatic conditions for the production of palm Balstua temperature and solar collected and the relative humidity and rainfall and evaporation / transpiration and the climate of the period 1970 - 2000
We have identified four major weather stations in the country are distributed within the area of the sedimentary plain, as shown in Fig (1) so that we can easily study and address climate impacts on the productivity of the palm as well as the coverage area of the production of palm trees in Iraq, the researcher identified the stations (Samarra, Ramadi, Diwaniyah , Basrah), where these plants has been characterized by the following characteristics:
1 - different rates, where the rain was divided into three stations, including:
A - guaranteed rain stations.
B stations are almost guaranteed rain
C - plants are not guaranteed rain.
2 - variation in the height above sea level.
3 - the different influence of the neighboring steel water Qatar.
4 Palm difference to the productivity of disparate non-climatic factors such as topography, soil and human factors, and others, were studied in the above-mentioned climatic factors and their impact on the productivity of the palm through the stages (germination and pollination and flowering and maturity), which vary from one area to another as shown in Table No. (2)
The statistical data processing in accordance with the statistical SPSS program and the application of linear regression equation and the multi-factor analysis of variance and Althdidaly data in table (3) issued by the General Authority for Weather and Iraqi results showed that the supplements at the end of the search, which ended with some conclusions relevant.
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