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Articles by Ejaz Hameed
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  Ejaz Hameed , Wajid Ali Shah , A. A. Shad , Fazal Hayat Taj and Jehan Bakht
  In order to study the yield and yield components of wheat as affected by different planting dates, seed rate and nitrogen levels, an experiment was carried out at Malakandhar Research Farms, NWFP Agricultural University Peshawar, Pakistan during 2000. Mean value of the data indicated that different sowing dates and nitrogen levels had a significant effect on productive tillers m-2 spike length, spiklets spike-1, grain yield, biological yield and harvest index, while the effect of different seed rates on the above parameters was non significant. October 25th sowing (early) had maximum productive tillers m-2, grain yield and biological yield. Plots fertilized with 160 kg N ha-1 recorded maximum productive tillers m-2, spike length, spiklets spike-1, grain yield and biological yield.
  Ejaz Hameed , Wajid Ali Shah , A.A. Shad , Jehan Bakht and Tilah Muhammad
  An experiment was conducted at Malakandher Research Farms NWFP Agricultural University Peshawar, Pakistan during 2000 to study the effect of different planting dates, seed rates and nitrogen levels on wheat variety Fakhare Sarhad. Analysis of the data revealed that days to emergence, emergence m-2, tillers m-2, days to heading and plant height was significantly affected by different planting dates, seed rates and nitrogen levels while the effect of planting dates and nitrogen levels was significant on days to maturity, 1000 grain weight and grain yield. Early sowing (25th October) had significantly maximum tillers m-2, days to heading, days to maturity, plant height and grain yield. Among seeding densities higher seed rate (100 or 125 kg ha-1) had more days to emergence and tillers m-2. Plots treated with 160 kg N ha-1 recorded maximum days to emergence, emergence m-2, tillers m-2, days to maturity, plant height and grain yield.
 
 
 
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