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نویسندگان [English]چکیده [English]
Shortage potable water resource and through cause that uses unusual water is as choice considerable. Iran has border water with Caspian Sea. So, an experiment was conducted to assess the effect of salt stress, Caspian Sea, on germination, length, weigh, K+/Na+ ratio, and Ca++ in a two farm crops. Selected plants were including berseem clover and hamedanian alfalfa. Plants salinized with varying concentrations of Caspian Sea, i.e. I0 (control), I1 (periodic control and Caspian Seawater), and I2 (Caspian Seawater). Use salinity stress signified difference on quality alfalfa and breseem. I1 treatment caused increasing alfalfa weight relatively, overaaall Increasing salt level generally caused decreasing germination, length, weight, K+/Na+ ratio, and Ca++. The results don̉̉t support irrigation by Caspian Seawater.