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Articles by A. Hakeem
Total Records ( 2 ) for A. Hakeem
  M. Yaseen , T. Hussain , A. Hakeem and Nasir Mahmood
  Data on rice crop showed that yield and yield contributing parameters were significantly affected by various nutrient combinations and sources. NPK + GM + ZnSO4 gave the best results. It was followed by NPK + FYM + ZnSO4 while without GM or FYM, Zn-chelate performed better than ZnSO4. Foliar spray of ZnSO4 was found inferior among all the sources and methods of zinc application. Grain yield of follow-up wheat crop was statistically similar in all the fertilizer combinations, however, straw yield was maximum where FYM or GM were applied in addition to ZnSO4 to the previous rice crops.
  M. Yaseen , T.Hussain , A. Hakeem and S.Ahmad
  Highest paddy and straw yields of Basmati-385 were obtained by the combined application of NPK+GM+ZnSO4. It was closely followed by NPK + GM + ZnSO4. It was observed that Zn application further increased the yields from those obtained by application of NPK + GM + FYM. Combined application of NPK, organic manures (GM or FYM) and Zn significantly increased the nitrogen and potassium concentrations while lowered the phosphorus concentration of paddy and straw. Reductibri in phosphorus was probably due to the antagnostic effect of Zn on P absorption. Results also indicate that Zn-application of soil was better than its foliar spray.
 
 
 
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