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Articles by Fazal Hayat Taj
Total Records ( 4 ) for Fazal Hayat Taj
  Ihsanullah , Fazal Hayat Taj , Habib Akbar , Abdul Basir and Noor Ullah
  Highest plant height (47.50 cm) was observed in 43 cm row spacing where plants were spaced 7 cm within rows. Maximum pods/plant (28.25), number of seeds/pod (10.25), biological yield per plant (39.75 g), grain yield per plant (6.87 g), 100-seed weight (4.27 g) biological yield (3854 kg ha -1), grain yield (921 kg ha -1) were recorded for row spacing of 20 cm where plants were spaced 15 cm within rows. Based on these results, 20 cm row-to-row spacing with 15cm plant-to-plant can be recommended for irrigated condition to get higher yield.
  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.
  Ihsanullah , Amanullah Jan , Fazal Hayat Taj , Ijaz Ahmad Khan and Naeem Khan
  All the parameters i.e., days to emergence, days to flowering, days to physiological maturity, number of pods per plant, number of seeds per pod, 100-seeds weight, biological yield, grain yield were significantly affected by sowing dates. Less days to emergence (6.6), less days to flowering (40) and less days to physiological maturity (75.7) were recorded. Biological yield was maximum for June 15 (6000 kg ha-1) followed by July 01(5439 kg ha-1). Number of pods per plant, number of seeds per pod, 100-seeds weight (g), grain yield (kg ha-1) got highest value of 30.2, 5.1, 4.26 and 825 respectively for July 01 sowing. Effect of the various mashbean varieties was significantly different for number of pods per plant, number of seeds per pod, biological yield and grain yield. Among these parameters highest number of pods per plant (20.6) for NARC Mash-1, higher number of seeds per pod (4.9) for NARC Mash-3, greatest biological yield (4400 kg ha-1) for NARC Mash-4 and more grain yield (557.1 kg ha-1) for NARC Mash-1. Interaction between varieties and sowing dates did not significantly affect any parameter. It may be concluded that July 01 sowing date and NARC Mash-1 variety appeared to be suitable for irrigated condition of Peshawar valley.
  Khair Mohammad Kakar , Muhammad Tariq , Fazal Hayat Taj and Khalid Nawab
  To study the effect of inoculation and phosphorus application on soybean nutrition, an experiment was conducted at two locations in the North West Frontier Province (NWFP) of Pakistan. Four levels of P viz., 0, 40, 60, and 80 kg ha-1 of P2O5, and two levels of inoculation, no inoculation and inoculation with Bradyrhizobium japonicum were studied. Data were recorded on biological yield, seed yield, and P concentration in biological yield, and P uptake efficiency (PUPE), P utilization efficiency (PUTE), P use efficiency (PUE), fertilizer P uptake efficiency (FPUPE), fertilizer P utilization efficiency (FPUTE), fertilizer P use efficiency (FPUE) were calculated. Phosphosrus application slightly increased PUPE but decreased PUTE and PUE. Increase in P application increased FPUPE, FPUTE and FPUE. Inoculation increased PUPE, PUE and FPUPE at both locations but increased PUTE, FPUTE and FPUE at NWFP-AU only. Due to increase in yield and improvement in nutritive quality of the soybean seed and shoot, inoculation and P application is necessary for higher protein and oil yields from soybean seeds as well as for higher forage protein yields from soybean planted for forage.
 
 
 
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