Effect of experimentally polluted water on the morphological characteristics on the leaves of two varieties of Triticum aestivum L. grown on different soil types

K. Velichkova, D. Pavlov, D. Ninova
Abstract. Two varieties of wheat were grown on different soil types (Calcic chernozem and Rendzina). The influence of experimentally polluted water was investigated on the morphological characteristics of the leaves of the two varieties. Manganese and ammonia have positive effect, while diluted concentrations of copper and magnesium have negative impact. The biggest changes in the morphological characteristics have been observed in the length of the leaves. Sadovo variety is more resistant to the impact of pollutants and has better performance which is important for the agricultural practice.