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Articles by Ali Soleimani
Total Records ( 2 ) for Ali Soleimani
  Mahdi Khozaei , Ali Soleimani , Amir Hosein Shirani , Payam Najafi and Mohammad Feizi
  Water deficit associate with salinity in irrigation water is the major limiting factor in the Center and East of Iran region. Nevertheless, an experiment was conducted in 2005 at Esfahan National Salinity Research. The purpose of this study was to evaluate effect of cropping methods and salinity stress on wheat agronomic characteristics. A Split plot layout within Randomized Complete Block Design with four replication were used. Irrigation quality water irrigation were in main plot, it consists in 4, 8 and 12 dS m-1 and cropping methods were in sub plots that inclusive of traditional cropping, 60 cm furrow, 80 cm furrow and aside sloping 80 cm furrow with double row planting. The results showed effect of raising salinity stress on 1000 grain weight, protein yield, grain yield, biological yield, straw yield and harvest index were decreased significantly. Effect of cropping methods on protein yield, biological yield and straw yield were more significantly. While, the highest amount of the traits agronomic were in 60 cm furrow cropping method, whereas the lowest the agronomic characteristics were in traditional cropping method with the exception of protein yield that lowest was in aside slopping 80 cm furrow. The effect of cropping methods on 1000 grain weight and harvest index were not significantly. According this study the suitable method with the highest traits agronomy in salinity stress was 80 cm method. While, the traditional cropping method did not recommended in high salinity stress condition.
  Hamid Dehghanzadeh Jazy , Mohammad Reza Khajeh Poor , Hossain Heidari Sharif Abad and Ali Soleimani
  An experiment was conducted during 2004-2006 at the Agricultural Research Station, Islamic Azad University, Khorasgan Branch, Isfahan, Iran. The purpose of this study was to evaluate the effects of irrigation regimes on growth indices of three bread wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) genotypes. A split plot layout with a randomized complete block design with four replications was used. Irrigation treatments (irrigation after 70 (I1), 90 (I2) and 110 (I3) mm cumulative evaporation from class A evaporation pan) were considered as the main plot and three wheat genotypes (Mahdavy, Ghods and Roshan-Backcross) as subplots. The I1 and I2 did not differ significantly for all growth indices, total dry matter and grain yield. Delay in irrigation from the I2 to I3 significantly reduced growth indices, total dry matter and grain yield. Trend of changes in Leaf Area Index (LAI), Total Dry Matter (TDM), Net Assimilation Rate (NAR) and Crop Growth Rate (CGR) were similar in the I1 and the I2. In all samplings, delay in irrigation from the I2 to I3 reduced all growth indices. The trend of changes in crop growth rate was more similar to leaf area index, than to net assimilation rate. Genotypes were not significantly different in respect to growth indices. The results indicate that irrigation after 90 mm cumulative evaporation from class A evaporation pan might be suitable for winter wheat production under conditions similar to this experiment where irrigation water during spring is not abundant.
 
 
 
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