Evaluation Of The Use Of Mountain Micro-Organisms In The Peanut Crop Yield (Arachis Hypogaea L.) In The Province Of Guayas-Ecuador

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Burgos Tanny ; Ileer Víctor ; Peñaloza Elvira and Martillo Juan


The objective of this research was to determine if the use of mountain microorganisms at different doses could generate significant responses in agronomic variables of importance in the peanut crop in the province of Guayas, Ecuador. For this purpose, the experiment was carried out at the "Dr. Jacobo Bucaram" experimental center in the canton of Milagro. The experimental design used was completely randomized blocks (DBCA) comprising four treatments with four replications consisting of different doses of MM and a control, the doses were 1000cc for the control, 2000cc for T1, 3000cc for T2 and 4000cc for T3. The experimental units were established in plots of 3.5 m by 2.5 m, with a total of 16 plots. The results obtained showed that the treatment that obtained the greatest significant difference in the crop response variables was T3, the most important being the yield, which reached 5564.28 kg/ha in this treatment, above the average estimated for the area, which oscillates between 4000 kg/ha. Thus, finding a viable alternative in the implementation of MM in the peanut crop to stimulate the development of the crop and increase its production, being consistent with the environment with ecological agricultural practices that are based on sustainable agriculture.

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