In this study, four different phosphorus doses (0-4-6-8 kg da(-1) P2O5) were applied to Azkan chickpea varietie grown in Bursa-Gemlik ecological conditions in 2014 and 2015 to determine the effect on yield and yield component conducted. The experiment was designed as randomized block design with four replications. According to the results of the variance analysis of the data obtained in the research, phosphorus doses had a significant effect on plant height, number of branches per plant, number of pods per plant and grain yield in both years. The average yield of grain yields varied between 156.9-202.5 kg da(-1) in 2014 and 159.4-197.4 kg da(-1) in 2015. When results of the experiment were examined in terms of phosphorus doses; The highest grain yield in both years 197.4-202.5 kg da(-1) and 6 kg da(-1) phosphorus(P2O5) doses were obtained respectively. Increases in phosphorus doses led to an increase in yield to a certain point.