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Effect of Planting Geometry and Legumes Intercropping System on the Yield of Sorghum
Abdur Rashid,Himayatullah
Asian Journal of Plant Sciences , 2003,
Abstract: An experiment was conducted to study the feasibility of legumes intercropping in sorghum based cropping system at 60,30/90 and 30/120 cm spaced single, double and triple row strips, respectively. The data showed that planting pattern of double row strips (30/90 cm) significantly (P< 0.05) increased the grain yield (5.95 t ha-1) of sorghum than single (5.65 t ha-1) or triple row strip (5.53 t ha-1) planting pattern. Legumes associations decreased the sorghum grain yield by 3.72 and 6.60% then pure stands of sorghum. The interaction between planting geometry and associated legumes culture was non-significant in both the years. However, double row strip planting with two rows of intercrop between the 90 cm space was found superior to other treatment combinations. Thus, this planting technique of sorghum-based legumes intercropping can be recommended for adoption to the farmers.
Effect of Increasing Levels of Phosphorus and Seed Rate on the Economic Yield of Maize
M. Qasim,Himayatullah,M. Subhan
Journal of Biological Sciences , 2001,
Abstract: Number of cobs per plot, 1000-grain weight and grain yield were significantly effected by various levels of phosphorus and seed rate. Maximum number of cobs per plot (72.58), 1000-grain weight (334.08 g) and grain yield (3154.43 g) were obtained from plots receiving P2O5 @ 200 kg ha -1. Similarly, seed rate @ 60 kg ha -1 gave comparatively higher economic yield. Hence P2O5 @ 200 kg ha -1 and seed rate @ 60 kg ha -1 proved to be the best fertilizer and seed rate among all the treatments.
DISASTER MANAGEMENT CYCLE – A THEORETICAL APPROACH
Himayatullah KHAN,Laura Giurca VASILESCU,Asmatullah KHAN
Management & Marketing , 2008,
Abstract: The present study explains the various concepts used in disastermanagement. The concepts explained include: Disaster, Hazard,Vulnerability, Capacity, Risk and Disaster Management Cycle. In addition tothe terminologies, the study also seeks to explain various types of disasters.
Effect of Sewage Sludge on the Growth of Maize Crop
M. Qasim,Naheeda Javed,Himayatullah,M. Subhan
Journal of Biological Sciences , 2001,
Abstract: Sewage sludge application had significantly effected all parameters of maize crop except germination percentage. Maximum Shoot length, Number of leaves per plant, Leaf area, Plant height, Root length, Shoot dry weight and Root dry weight of maize crop were obtained where sewage sludge was applied @ 10-30 ton ha-1. It was recommended that application of sewage sludge at the rate of 20 or 30 ton ha -1 will have favorable effect on the maize crop under the agro-climatic conditions of D.I.Khan.
Response of Inoculum and Fertilizers on Nodulation and Economic Yield of Soybean Cultivars
M. Qasim,Fazal Nawab,Himayatullah,Rahim Din
Journal of Biological Sciences , 2001,
Abstract: The experiment was conducted to study the response of improved soybean cultivars towards inoculum and NPK fertilizer. The different treatments produced non significant results except grain yield and 1000-seed weight which were highest where recommended dose of fertilizers along with inoculum was applied. Malakand-96 produced maximum number of nodules per plant, 1000 seed weight and grain yield ha-1 while Wahab-93 resulted in maximum number of seeds per plant. The interaction between cultivars and treatments was found non significant.
Physiological Development of Sunflower as Affected by Increasing Levels of Nitrogen
Javed Iqbal,M.Qasim,Himayatullah
Journal of Biological Sciences , 2001,
Abstract: It was observed that all the physiological parameters of sunflower were significantly effected by the various levels of N. Maximum plant height, number of leaves plant-1, leaf area and head diameter were obtained from the plots where N:P:K was applied @ 120:75:50 kg ha-1. However, maximum germination (82.7 %) was recorded in control treatment as well as where N alone @ 75 kg ha-1 was applied .
Effect of N:P Levels on the Growth and Yield Parameters of Soybean
M. Qasim,Asif Khan,Himayatullah,Rahim Din
Journal of Biological Sciences , 2001,
Abstract: It was observed that differences in plant height, number of branches plant -1, number of pods plant -1, 1000 grain weight and seed yield ha -1 were significant due to N:P levels. Treatments having N:P @ 75:100 kg ha -1 gave significantly higher grain yield and this increment was associated with all other parameters. However, further increase in N:P upto 100:150 kg ha -1 increased plant height and number of branches plant -1, but this increase was statistically non-significant. It could be concluded that for getting better soybean yield, N:P may be applied @ 75:100 kg ha -1 under the prevailing agro-climatic conditions of Peshawar.
Impact of Sewage Effluent on Maize Crop
Qasim M.,S. Faridullah Shah,Himayatullah,Rahim Din
Pakistan Journal of Biological Sciences , 2000,
Abstract: Sewage effluent application had significantly effected all parameters of maize crop except germination percentage and root dry weight. Maximum number of leaves per plant, leaf area, shoot length, root length, total plant height and shoot dry weight of maize crop were obtained where sewage effluent were applied at concentration from 75 to 100%. It was recommended that application of sewage effluent at 75 to 100% concentration will have favorable effect on the maize crop under the agro-climatic conditions of D.I.Khan.
Agro-technology of Intercropping Guara (Syamopsis Psoraliodes) and Mungbean (Vigna radiata)
Himayatullah Khan,Khalil Ahmad,M. Qasim,M. Ayub
Journal of Biological Sciences , 2001,
Abstract: An experiment was conducted to study the feasibility of intercropping Mungbean in Guara sown at 30, 45, 60 and 75 cm spaced single, double, triple and four row strips, respectively. Guara sown at 45 cm spaced double-row strips with two rows of Mungbean produced significantly more number of branches, grain and stalk yield ha-1 while number of branches and stalk yield of mungbean were not effected significantly. However, the grain yield of Mungbean was increased significantly in the intercropping system. Among the different planting patterns, guara planted in 45 cm spaced double-row strips in association with two rows of mungbean gave the highest land equivalent ratio (LER) of 1.55.
Agronomical Traits of Wheat Varieties as Affected by Different Nitrogen Sources
Himayatullah Khan,M. Qasim Khan,Ghulam Nazir,Hayatullah
Journal of Biological Sciences , 2001,
Abstract: The effect of different nitrogenous fertilizer sources i.e. Urea, Ammonium Nitrate, Nitrophos and Di-ammonium Phosphate on the agronomical characteristics of three wheat varieties viz; Suleman-96, Bakhtawar-92 and Khyber-87 was carried out at the Faculty of Agriculture, Gomal University, Dera Ismail Khan. Different nitrogenous fertilizers had significantly affected plant height, number of tillers, spikelets per spike and biological yield of all the wheat varieties. The over all biological yield of Suleman-96 was significantly increased by the application of ammonium nitrate as compared to all other treatments.
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