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Articles by A. Waheed
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  A. Waheed , F. S. Hasid , N. Ahmad and B. Mand Khan
  Study on the economic feasibility of tea in Pakistan was illustrated from the start till to date. The flourishing of the tea industry in Pakistan in its present form, many attempts have been made so far on Government level and in private sector as well from the last 50 years. The serious efforts began in the late 80`s. With the Governmental encouragement tea was started to its blooming and the replacement of other crops in the area were made accordingly. Recently new and more extensive plantations are being built-up, under the auspices of PARC/NTRI in the Northern part of Pakistan. In the study an over view of all efforts are being shown for its development along with its stages being faced. The successful growth of tea plants in the area have been ascertained, the yield potential and quality of made-tea have been assessed to be economically viable, the extent of suitable area has been identified and finally, the production package for growers has been evolved.
  A. Waheed , A. Jamal , F.S.Hamid and N. Ahmad
  In this very experiment to find out the effect of NPK & Urea with different levels (4 & 8 2.gm/sqm.) and application methods i.e., broadcast & foliar spray on tea (Camellia sinensis L) seedlings in the nursery of National Tea Research Inst. Shinkiari during March to December 1999. Seedling for their plant height (cm), number of leaves, root length & root weight (gms) were observed. In the treatments of T4 & T5 Urea at 8 & 4 gm/sq.m (foliar spray) was found significant among each others in plant height, number of leaves, root length and root weight. However number of leaves and root weight were non-significant among each other`s. The seedlings treated in T2 and T3 by NPK as broadcast at 8 .8 & 4 gm/sq.m for (plant height, root length & root weight) were remained non-significant among each others except number of leaves and root weight respectively. Where as T1 (control) remained non-significant among all the treatments in all parameters. Urea at 8 & 4 gm/sq.m (foliar spray) showed the best performance in all the parameters statistically.
 
 
 
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