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  Allah Yar , M. Sarfraz Iqbal , Abbas Ali , H.M.Akram , M. Saeed and K.A. Sahi
  Two cotton cultivars viz. FH-634 and CIM-443 were tested for various intervals of termination of last irrigation. Progressive seed cotton yield increase (3333 to 3951 kg ha-1) in FH-634 was obtained with cut-off irrigation during 2nd week of October 2000. While cv. CIM-443 gave maximum yield of 3992 kg ha-1 with discontinuation of irrigation during Ist week of October, closely followed by termination during last week of September (3951 kg ha-1). The respective benefit cost ratio (6.17 and 1.02) showed that second week of October for cv. FH-634 and last week of September for cv. CIM-443 are economical irrigation intervals.
  Hafiz Muhammad Akram , Muhammad Sarfraz Iqbal , Muhammad Saeed , Allah Yar , Abbas Ali , K.A. Sahi and Mushtaq A. Nadeem
  To nose out the best drought tolerant wheat variety, an experiment was conducted during 1998-99 at Agronomic Research Farm, Ayub Agricultural Research Institute, Faisalabad, Pakistan. Ten wheat genotypes namely, Inqilab-91, Chakwal-83, Pasban-90, 85205, Rohtas-90, 4072, 4943 and Faisalabad-83 grown under an iron structure with moveable plastic sheet cover for protecting the plants from rain, were exposed to soil moisture stress at milking stage. Stress was imposed simply by withholding one irrigation. Various physiological and agronomic attributes were studied. On the basis of absolute grain yield, cultivar Barani-83 was found to be the most drought tolerant because of its better osmotic adjustment and Inqilab-91 the most sensitive one as it suffered from maximum loss (37.38 %) in grain yield due to decline in 1000- grain weight.
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