Assessment Of Role Of Zinc (Zn) In Flowering And Seed Production In Legumes
The effects of foliar zinc (Zn) application on seed concentration and subsequent seedling development have been investigated in this study. Plants given different amounts of zinc had the maximum growth and dry matter yield. Pollen formation, Chlorophyll production, fertilization, cell elongation, nodule formation, protein synthesis, and other physiological processes all include Zn. Therefore, Zn nutrition has a positive impact on pulse development, yield, physiological parameters, and nodule formation. Despite its essential function in development, photosynthesis, cell division, and tryptophan formation, which is involved in auxin (IAA) synthesis, little is known about the effects of zinc on flower and grain yield in traditional medicines. Zn deficit, which has been recorded in many areas of the world, not only lowers yields but also lowers the standard of produce. Higher Zn production in crops could be accomplished by introducing effective steps such as careful soil and fertilizer management, productive use of traditional/modified modern. The yield, boldness, vigor, and viability of seeds were all enhanced by foliar Zn application. When Zn-deficient plants were given foliar Zn, seed Zn increased dramatically. Bio-fortification, also known as foliar fertilization, is an effective crop management technique for optimizing crop yield and quality.