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Articles by A. Naqi Shah
Total Records ( 4 ) for A. Naqi Shah
  M.M. Rahman , A. Naqi Shah and F.C. Oad
  The field experiment was conducted to compare the banding method of fertilizer application with the broadcast at Vegetable Research Station, SHRI Mirpurkhas, Pakistan. The recommended 250-125-125 NPK kg ha-1 were applied in the form of Urea, DAP and SOP. The application of NPK through banding showed better results for more number of plants and stems. The maximum soil coverage percentage, tuber number and weight of marketable tubers increased significantly than broadcast fertilizer method of application.
  M.H. Siddiqui , F.C. Oad and A. Naqi Shah
  The field experiment was conducted to study the effect of sowing dates on total biomass content of cotton genotypes on clay soil under agro-climatic condition of Tandojam Pakistan during 2002. The treatments were three sowings (15th April, 15th May and 15th June) and three cotton genotypes (Qalandri, DS-67-3A and NIAB-78). The results revealed maximum biomass distribution at maturity in the leaves, stem and fruits of Qalandri and DS-67-3A, respectively whereas, the minimum biomass was noted in the NIAB cotton variety. Among the tested sowing dates, 15th May and 15th April planting exhibited significantly higher biomass accumulation as compared to late (15th June) sowings. Thus, it was recommended that cotton crop should be sown during 15th April to 15th May for obtaining satisfactory boll production in agro climatic conditions of Tandojam, Pakistan.
  F.C. Oad , A. Naqi Shah , G.H. Jamro and H.A. Samo
  The field trial was conducted to determine the effect of NP doses on the overall performance of canola at Student’s Experimental Farm, Sindh Agriculture University Tandojam, Pakistan. Two varieties (Shirallee and Wester) and six NP levels (Control, 56-28, 84-42, 112-56, 140-70 and 164-84 kg NP ha–1) were tested. The results revealed that branches, siliqua number, seeds in siliqua, seed index and seed yield were significantly affected by varieties and fertilizer doses and also all the traits increased significantly with the increasing NP levels. Variety Shirallee proved high yielding as compared to Wester. The application of 164-84 and 140-70 kg NP ha–1 produced maximum seed yield than rest of the NP doses.
  F.C. Oad , A. Naqi Shah , G.H. Jamro and S.H. Ghaloo
  A field experiment was conducted to assess the growth and yield performance of mungbean (Vigna radiata) varieties under various phosphorus and potash levels at Student’s Experimental Farm, Sindh Agriculture University, Tandojam. Four mungbean varieties viz. AEM/25, AEM-6/20, NM-20/21 and AEM-10/2/87 were tested. Most of the agronomic traits of mungbean varieties were significantly influenced by phosphorus and potassium fertilizers except pod number, seed weight per plant and seed index were non-significant. However, 100-100 PK kg ha‾1 showed an increase in the yield of the crop. Thus, it is recommended that the mungbean crop should be fertilized with phosphorus and potassium at the level of 100-100 PK kg ha‾1 for achieving satisfactory seed yield.
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