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Articles by A. D. Kalhoro
Total Records ( 3 ) for A. D. Kalhoro
  G. N. Panhwar , A. D. Kalhoro , A. H. Soomro , G. H. Tunio , G. H. Kalwar and M. S. Chang
  Heterosis studies were carried out in six intra specific hybrids of G. hirsutum L. for number of sympodial branches, number of bolls, boll weight and seed cotton yield per plant on an average performance. All hybrids gave better results than their parents. Highest increase of hybrids 69.23% for boll weight was over their parents was observed followed by 64.24% for seedcotton yield, 22.97% for number of bolls and 19.62% for number of sympodia per plant.
  A. D. Kalhoro , A. R. Soomro , Rehana Anjum , A. W. Soomro and A. M. Memon
  The object of this study was to screen out the best genotype under central Sindh conditions. Four promising advance strains viz., CRIS-2, CRIS-19, CRIS-52 and CRIS-79 were tested against two commercial checks NIAB-78 and CRIS-9. On an average of three years, CRIS-52 ranked first and produced 2671 kg ha -1 seedcotton yield very closely followed by CRIS-19 that yielded 2666 kg ha -1. The increase of top yielding strain CRIS-52 over commercial check NIAB-78 and CRIS-9 was 16.5 and 10.6 % respectively. The lowest yield of 2230 kg ha -1 was produced by NIAB-78. Highest ginning outturn of 34.8 % was given by CRIS-19 and longest staple of 26.4 mm was measured by CRIS-9.
  A.R. Soomro , A. W. Soomro , G. H. Mallah , A. M. Memon , A. H. Soomro and A. D. Kalhoro
  Studies were under taken to assess the yield, earliness and insect pest resistance of some newly developed okra leaf strains compared with normal leaf commercial varieties CRIS-9 and NIAB-78. Accordingly, almost all the okra leaf mutants yielded better than NIAB-78. Out of nine okra leaf strains, throb were better yields, two equally good and four gave low yield than CRIS-9 the second check variety. Highest yielding okra leaf strain produced 27 and 35 percent higher yield than CRIS-9 and NIAB-78 respectively. Okra leaf strains were documented as early maturing, whitefly tolerant and boll rot disease resistant. Realizing the better performance of okra leaf strains with reduced insecticide applications, the commercial utilization of these varieties in Sindh can not be ignored and may prove better replacement of current cultivars.
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