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Articles by K. Mahmood
Total Records ( 3 ) for K. Mahmood
  Aftab Naseem , M.S. Iqbal , K. Mahmood and J. Akhtar
  Two genotypes, i.e. Pb-28 and Bakhtawar were proved to be tolerant as they showed better growth and produced maximum grain and straw yield under salinity stress. The performance of two genotypes (Pb-39 and KLR-1-4) under salinity was very poor and were declared as sensitive. Rest of the genotypes were either moderately tolerant or moderately sensitive depending upon their performance under salinity stress.
  Javaid Akhtar , A. Shahzad , R. H. Qureshi , A. Naseem and K. Mahmood
  A pot experiment was conducted to see the effect of salinity and waterlogging on five wheat genotypes. The experiment consisted of four treatments i.e., control (non-saline non-waterlogged), waterlogging, saline and salinity×waterlogging. NaCI salinity was developed prior to sowing and waterlogging was created two weeks after germination. At booting stage fully expanded second to flag leaf was collected for Na+, K+ and Cl– analysis. At harvesting grain and straw yield was recorded. The genotypes SARC-6 and Pasban-90 were found to be tolerant producing high grain and straw yield under all treatments. SARC-6 was able to manage the high concentration of Na+ and Cl– while Pasban-90 accumulated low Na+ and Cl– concentration possibly due to exclusion of these ions. The sensitive genotype SARC-5 produced low yield and could not manage the high concentration of Na+ and Cl–.
  S.M. Bokhtiar , M.J. Alam , K. Mahmood and M.H. Rahman
  Field experiments were conducted to study the effects of integrated plant nutrient system (IPNS) on the yield and yield contributing parameters of sugarcane at Ishurdi, Thakurgaon and Sreepur under High Ganges River Flood plain, Old Himalayan Piedmont Plain and Madhupur Tract, respectively. The use of organic and inorganic fertilizer showed significant effect on the yield and yield attributes like tillers, millable stalk and juice quality of sugarcane. The results revealed that yield increase was to the extent of 22.86, 49.2 and 74.0 % at Ishurdi, Thakuragaon and Sreepur, respectively due to the application of 12.5 t ha -1 press mud/cowdung accompanying chemical fertilizers applied on the basis of soil test for HYG over present recommended rates of chemical fertilizer (as per FRGĀ“97) for MYG. Press mud alone increased 16-20 per cent cane yield over the dose of N, P, K, S, Zn and Mg fertilizers based on soil test for HYG at all locations. Incorporation of dhaincha (Sesbania aculeata) as green manure increased cane yield and contributed about 42-46 kg N ha -1 in soil.
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