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Abstract : During the summer season of 2021, a field experiment was carried out in the Al-Saqlawiyah district of the Kasaiba region of the Anbar province in order to investigate the impact that organic and phosphate fertilizers have on the growth characteristics of a number of different sesame cultivars (Sumer, Al-Rafidain, Wade, Had, Giza-32, Turkish, Malaysian black, local, Maghali -57, Golmarmara, Batem) The first factor represents the cultivar, the second factor represents 0 before adding phosphate fertilizer 100 kg.ha-1 and organic fertilizer 2 tons. ha-1, and the third factor represents a mixture of phosphate fertilizer 100 kg.ha-1, organic fertilizer 2 tons. ha-1, and the first factor represents the cultivar. The experiment was carried out using a methodology known as a factorial experiment, in which the treatments were arranged in a manner known as a randomized complete block design (RCBD), and there were three repetitions. The following are the most significant findings from the study: 1- The addition of the mixture (organic fertilizer 2 tons. ha-1 and phosphate fertilizer 100 kg. ha-1 gave a significant increase in the traits of the study represented by plant height (127.39 cm. plant-1), several branches (6.76 branches. plant-1), Stem diameter (1.65 cm), leaf area (16491.87 cm2.plant-1), and dry weight of the plant (169.20 g.plant-1), in comparison to the control treatment, which gave the lowest averages in the above 2- The local cultivar performed exceptionally well in most of the traits that were studied, including plant height, the number of branches, stem diameter, leaf area, and plant dry weight, with averages of 12,601 centimeters, 1.68 centimeters, 12,180 cm2 plant-1, and 146.26 grams plant-1 respectively for plant height, the number of branches, and stem diameter.

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