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Articles by M. Adil Choudhry
Total Records ( 5 ) for M. Adil Choudhry
  M. Adil Choudhry , M. Asghar Malik , Asghar Ali , M. Asim Siddique and M. Rafique
  The results showed that all cultivars (Ford, Ertou No.2, FS-85, Hong Kong and Williams) varied significantly in yield components. The cultivar FS-85 gave significantly higher seed yield (1851.65 kg ha –1) than other cultivars due to higher number of pods plant–1, number of seeds pod–1 and seed weight and appeared to be the best under Faisalabad conditions.
  Asghar Ali , M. Asghar Malik , M. Adil Choudhry , A. Tanveer and M. Khalid
  The results revealed that maximum grain yield (5.56 t ha–1) was obtained with the application of standard recommended dose of chemical fertilizer. However, it was followed by the treatment where 1000 kg ha –1 of EM-Biokasht was applied at sowing. It can thus be concluded that although use of EM-Biokasht did not produce comparable results with that of NPK application, but keeping in view the high cost of NPK fertilization, the use of EM-Biokasht at the rate of 1000 kg ha–1 can be recommended for obtaining a reasonable wheat yield with the addative benefit of producing priced wheat under natural farming system.
  M. Ayub , A. Tanveer , M. Adil Choudhry , M.M.Z. Amin and G. Murtaza
  Response of two mungbean cultivars namely NM-54 and NM-92 to nitrogen levels of 0, 20, 40 and 60 kg ha–1 was studied under field conditions. The cultivar NM-92 gave significantly higher seed yield than cultivar NM-54 due to higher number of pod bearing branches plant-–1, number of pods plant–1 and number of seeds pod–1. Yield and yield components were also influenced significantly by nitrogen levels. The application of nitrogen at the rate of 60 kg ha–1 significantly depressed the seed yield and yield components except number of pods plant which were statistically similar with nitrogen application of 40 kg ha–1. Maximum increase in seed yield, recorded at 40 kg N ha–1, was about 31 percent higher of control. The increase in seed yield with nitrogen application was related to higher number of pods plant–1, number of seeds pod–1 and 1000-grain weight. Protein contents were also influenced significantly by nitrogen application, being maximum (26.18%) at nitrogen level of 40 kg ha–1. Nitrogen application at the rate of 40 kg ha seems to be the optimum level for harvesting higher yield of mungbean.
  M. S. Sharar , M. Ayub , M. Adil Choudhry , M.A. Rana and M.M.Z. Amin
  Response of two mungbean cultivars namely NM-54 and NM-92 to phosphorus levels of 0, 50, 100 and 150 kg ha–1 was studied in field conditions during the autumn 1997. The growth and yield parameters like plant height, pods plant, seeds pant–1, 1000-seed weight and seed yield were influenced significantly by both phosphorus application and cultivars. However, number of pod bearing branches plant–1 were not influenced significantly by both cultivars and fertilizer levels. the maximum seed yield of 1095 kg ha–1 was obtained by the application of 100 kg P205 ha–1, The cultivar NM-54, yielding 1060.09 kg ha–1 seed proved to be superior than NM-92 (956.77 kg ha–1). The application of 100 kg P205 ha–1 was found to be the optimum level for obtaining higher yield of mungbean in Faisalabad conditions.
  M.S. Sharar , M. Ayub , M. Adil Choudhry , M.M.Z. Amin and M.Moazzam Khalid
  Response of two varieties of sugarcane namely SPSG-26 and SPSG-394 to seeding densities of 75,000, 100,000, 125,000 and 150,000 sets ha–1 was studied under field conditions. SPSG-394 produced higher cane yield (64.80 t ha–1) than SPSG-26 (52.64 t ha–1) due to higher cane density, cane length and weight cane–1. However, SPSG-26 gave higher sucrose content and commercial cane sugar (C.C.S.) percentage. Seeding densities also affected significantly cane density, cane length, weight cane–1, cane yield, sucrose content and C.C.S. percentage. A significant decrease in cane yield was observed when crop was sown with seeding densities higher than 75,000 sets ha–1. Therefore, seeding density of 75,000 sets ha–1 seems to be optimum for obtaining higher yield of sugarcane. However, maximum sucrose content (17.45%) and C.C.S. (11.87%) were obtained when crop was sown at a seeding density of 100,000 sets ha–1.
 
 
 
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