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Articles by M. Asghar Malik
Total Records ( 6 ) for M. Asghar Malik
  Muhammad Yasin , M. Asghar Malik and M. Shafi Nazir
  The main objective of present study was to determine the effect of different levels of nitrogen and plant spacings on yield of Mott grass (Pennisetum purpareum schum) at different cuttings. Plant spacings (inter row and intra row spacings) are S1 = 45 x 45 cm, S2 = 60 x 60cm and S3 = 75 x 75 cm and nitrogen levels included N0 = 0 (control), N1 = 100 kg, N2 = 200 kg, N3 = 300 kg and N4 = 400 kg ha-1. Production potential of Mott grass was determined on the basis of green fodder and dry matter yield. Application of N at different plant spacings increased both green fodder and Dry matter yield significantly over control in all the three cuttings. Crop fertilized at 300 kg N ha-1 produced the maximum green fodder yield 509 t ha-1 and Dry matter yield (97 t ha-1) of all the three cuttings at the spacing pattern of 45 x 45 cm.
  Muhammad Yasin , M. Asghar Malik and M. Shafi Nazir
  The study was conducted to determine the effect of plant spacing on forage yield, yield components and quality of Mott elephantgrass at the Agronomic Research Area of Agronomy (forage production) Ayub Agricultural Research Institute Faisalabad. Mott grass was sown at 45x45 cm, 60x60 cm, 75x75 cm, 90x90 cm 105x105 cm and 120x120 cm spacing (inter row and intra row spacings). Among the different spatial arrangements the first three spacings i.e. 45x45 cm, 60x60 cm and 75x75 cm proved to be more productive, appropriate and acceptable ones. Plant spacing 45x45 cm gave significantly the maximum forage yield t ha-1, fat %, protein content and digestibility against the minimum at 120x120 cm spacing under the agro-ecological conditions of Faisalabad (Pakistan).
  Mansoor Sana , Asghar Ali , M. Asghar Malik , M.Farrukh Saleem and Muhammad Rafiq
  The field experiment to evaluate the yield potential of seven cultivars of canola (Brassica napus L.) namely Rainbow, Westar, Con11, Dunkeld, Oscar, Shiralee and Defender was carried out at the Agronomic Research Area, University of Agriculture, Faisalabad, during the year 2001-2002. The cultivar Con 11 produced the maximum seed and oil yields due to maximum number of siliquae per plant and seeds per siliqua whereas the cultivar Defender performed poorly and remained at the bottom.
  Asghar Ali , M. Asghar Malik , M. Adil Choudhry , M. Asim Siddique and M. Rafique
  The studies were undertaken to investigate the response of mungbean cultivar NM-92 to different seed rates and phosphorus levels. Seeding rate of 25 kg ha-1 resulted in significantly maximum seed yield of 861.70 kg ha-1. Similarly, maximum seed yield of 961.90 kg ha-1 was obtained by applying 85 kg P2O5 ha-1 which was, however, statistically similar to the seed yield of 868.4 kg ha-1 obtained with 60 kg P2O5 ha-1.
  Asghar Ali , M. Asghar Malik , M. Adil Choudhry , M. Khalid and M. Rafique
  In a study conducted at Agronomic Research Area, University of Agriculture, Faisalabad, during 1996, standard variety Golden out yielded EV-6089 due to more number of grains and 1000-grain weight. Highest grain yield of 6.28 t ha -1 and maximum grain protein content of 10.07% were obtained by applying 230 kg N ha -1.
  Asghar Ali , M. Asghar Malik , Rana Majid Rahman , Rashid Sohail and M.M.Akram
  The treatments tested were two sowing dates (Mid November and end November) and six competition durations (No competition, competition for 4,6,8,10 weeks and full season competition). The experiment was laid out in a split plot arrangement with three replications placing the sowing dates and competition durations in the main and sub plots, respectively. Common weeds of wheat were allowed to compete with crop for different prescribed competition durations. The results revealed that various growth and yield components were significantly influenced by sowing dates and weed competition. Significantly maximum grain yield of 6122.21 kg ha–1 was obtained in no weed competition treatment followed by competition upto 4 to 6 weeks which were statistically at par with each other. However, the sowing dates had no significant effect on final grain yield.
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