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Articles by Abdul Hamid
Total Records ( 3 ) for Abdul Hamid
  Abdul Hamid , Zulfiqar Ali Shah and Muhammad Asif
  The effect of different stecklings size (22.5, 3.0 and 33.75 cm) on the seeds production of radish under sub- tropical climate of Azad Kashmir were studies. It was observed that the number of the leaves, leaf length, secondary branches of plant, number and length of pods per plant, 1000 grains weight and average seeds yield per hectare was highest in plots of larger steckling size 33.75 cm as compared with plots having smaller stecklings size 30.0 and 22.5 cm while non-significant differences were observed in primary branches and number of seeds per pod in all treatments. The larger steckling size 33.75 cm proved best for the better seed plant development and higher seed yield of radish crop under sub-tropical conditions of Azad Kashmir.
  Md. Sarwar Jahan and Abdul Hamid
  A field experiment was conducted to determine the influence of population density and planting configuration on allometric relationships in Mungbean. The experiment was conducted with six levels of population densities (10, 20, 30, 40, 50 and 60 plants m-2) each at three levels of configuration (1:1, 1:2.5 and 1:5 rectangularity). Accumulation and distribution of dry matter to different components of plants were determined. Allometric relationships between stem weight and leaf weight were developed from their respective dry weights. Stem materials per unit leaf weight increased over growth stages. Reproduction enhanced dry matter allocation into stem per unit leaf weight. The magnitude of increase varied greatly with planting density. The ratio of stem weight per leaf weight and leaf weight were linearly correlated. Planting configuration had little effect on the allometric relationship.
  Md. Sarwar Jahan and Abdul Hamid
  A field experiment was conducted to determine the influence of population density and planting configuration on dry matter allocation and yield performance of mungbean. The experiment was conducted with six levels of population densities (10, 20, 30, 40, 50 and 60 plants m-2) each at three levels of configuration (1:1, 1:2.5 and 1:5 rectangularity). Accumulation and distribution of dry matter to different components of plants were determined. At maturity, grain yield and yield contributing characters were recorded. Population density decreased plant size, but the effect was offset when converted to per unit area basis. Seed yield per plant decreased progressively with the increase in planting density. Significant variation in the number of pods per plant and seeds per pod due to differences in population density caused the variation in seed yield. Planting at higher rectangularity (1:5) out yielded other planting configurations. Planting density and configuration caused similar effect on harvest index.
 
 
 
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