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Articles by Allah Bakhsh
Total Records ( 2 ) for Allah Bakhsh
  Muhammad Ashraf Sumrah , Allah Bakhsh and Shafiq Ahmad
  The study was conducted to assess the optimum sowing time for beet root production under Soan Valley conditions. Mean values of the data depicted that different sowing dates had a profound effect on growth behaviour and quality of produce in beet root crop. Early sowing (10, 20 and 30th September) reduced seed germination period 6.00-10.50 days as compared with delayed sowing (20 and 30th October) with 13.22 and 15.70 days, respectively. Flower initiation and seed ripening period was delayed in the plants resulted from early sowing. Poor quality beet ball having maximum weight (228.00 g) was produced from early sown crop. Delayed sowing resulted into acceptable ball weight (164.50-184.00 g) with deep red colour, smooth and round ball shape. Optimum sowing time for fresh beet ball production is from 15 to 30th October. The results indicated that the crop may be sown during last week of September and 1st week of October for seed production.
  Allah Bakhsh , Muhammad Arif Khan , C.M. Ayyub , Mubarak Ali Shah and M. Afzal
  These studies were conducted at Floriculture and Landscaping Research Sub-station Multan, during 1996, Cut tuberose were treated with solutions containing various chemicals to test their effects on vase life and quality. Vase life was increased three times by a solution containing 200 ppm silver nitrate (AgNO3) and 4 mM silver thiosulfate (STS). Pulsing cut tuberose stems in a solution containing glucose and sucrose prolonged vase life and improved quality. Flower harvested at tight bud stage had significantly longer vase life compared to flowers cut at half opened bud stage. The quality of flowers was also improved greatly by pulsing flowers in silver nitrate (AgNO3) and silver thiosulfate (STS) chemicals.
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