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Articles by M. Y. Memon
Total Records ( 2 ) for M. Y. Memon
  A. R. Raja , K. H. Shah , M. Aslam and M. Y. Memon
  A pot study was conducted to assess the significance of phosphobacterial and mycorrhizal inoculation in wheat. The results showed that phosphobacterial counts before sowing and after harvesting of wheat were significantly improved as compared to their respective control treatments. Highest phosphobacterial estimates of 86.25 x 108 g -1 soil recorded in P fertilizer treatment were statistically identical to 80.25 x 108 g -1 soil obtained with phosphobacterial inoculation. Moreover, yield and yield attributes in wheat were also affected significantly by phosphobacterial inoculation. The grain yield of 15.20 g/pot recorded with 100 kg ha -1 of applied P was statistically similar to 13.97 g /pot obtained from phosphobacterial treatment.
  K. H. Shah , S. H. Siddiqui , M. Y. Memon , M. Imtiaz and M. Aslam
  The study was undertaken to determine the performance of cotton and mungbean, when grown simultaneously in different geometric proportions and fertilized by various methods. Compared to sole cropping, the yield of interplanted cotton was reduced significantly by increasing the density of recessive component of intercropping system. The reduction in seed cotton yield was accounted to be 30% in 1:1 and 40% in 1:2 cotton-mungbean planting geometry. However, statistically similar seed cotton yield to that of sole cotton was recorded from the system following 2:1 row arrangements of cotton and mungbean. Fertilizer N applied by banding alongside the rows of cotton produced significantly higher seed cotton yield as compared to broadcast applications, whereas, N applied through broadcast method over entire plot led to higher mungbean harvest when compared with the treatment receiving fertilizer N by banding technique. Cotton and mungbean interplanted according to 2:1 row arrangements surfaced as the most compatible system by producing combined yield of 4465 kg ha -1, which was 18.7% higher than monoculture cotton.
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