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Articles by Falak Naz
Total Records ( 3 ) for Falak Naz
  Fayaz Ahmad , Muzafar Ali Khan , Razaullah khan , Falak Naz and Maraj Alam
  The effect of different soil media and irrigation intervals on the growth of aerial plant parts of Sophora secundiflora was investigated. Seven different media i.e., sand, silt, clay, sand + silt (1:1), sand + clay (1:1) silt + clay (1:1) and sand + silt + clay (1:1:1) were subjected to different irrigation intervals i.e., daily irrigation, alternate day irrigation and irrigation with two days interval. Among the tested media sand + silt + clay showed statistically significant effect as regards plant survival (75.67%), plant height (20.80 cm), stem weight (6.41 g) and number of leaves per plant (23.02). Maximum germination (92.22%) was observed in sand + silt. Irrigation with two days interval significantly affected plant survival (66.42%), plant height (17.53 cm), stem weight (5.42 g) and number of leaves per plant (20.12). Germination percentage was maximum (86.19%) in seeds receiving daily irrigation. It can be concluded that medium sand +silt +clay irrigated with two days interval was found to be the best among the tested media and the irrigation intervals for the growth of aerial plant parts of Sophora secundiflora.
  Nadar Khan , Muhammad Qasim , Fayaz Ahmed , Falak Naz and Razaullah Khan
  A field experiment was carried out at Himalayan Agricultural Research Station (PARC),Kaghan during kharif season 2001 to study the effect of various sowing dates on maize. The crop was sown on 2nd, 9th, 16th, 23rd, 30th May, 6th and 13th June. Days to 50% silking, days to maturity, number of grains row-1,100 grain weight (gm) and grain yield (kg ha-1) was significantly affected by various sowing dates while the effect on number of rows ear-1 was non significant. Delay in sowing substantially reduced days to 50% silking, days to maturity, number of grains row-1, 100 grain weight (gm) and grain yield (kg ha-1).Maximum grain yield (2988.89 kg ha-1) was record in crops sown on 2nd May while minimum grain yield (780.44 kg ha-1) was observed in crops sown on 13th June. Early sowing produced highest yield as compared to delay sowing.
  Falak Naz , Nazir Khan and Fazli Karim Khan
  Ten strawberry cultivars viz; Tioga,Humigent, Peshawar local, Gorella, Bell Rubi, Turft, Sequoia, German Origin, W-72110, Red Countlet, Korona and Chandler were cultivated in a plastic green house and their performance for acidity, total soluble solids and ascorbic acid was evaluated. Under green house conditions Korona have maximum acidity (1.440 %) while Turft have least acidity (0.704 %). Chandler cultivar have maximum Total Soluble Solids contents (10.7) where as korona have least (8.63) total soluble solid contents. Ascorbic acid contents of Korona were maximum (104.46 mg/100 gm) where as German Origin have least (80.99 mg/100 gm) of ascorbic acid. Organoleptically Turft, Chandler and Red Countlet leads all the off season cultivars.
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