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Articles by M. Tahir
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  N.S. Kisana , M. Tahir , M.Y. Mujahid , Iftikhar Ahmed A. Majid , S. Zahid Mustafa and Zaheer Ahmed
  Variability and relationship among different morpho-phenological traits for twenty four lines/varieties in each of the two winter and facultative barley trials were studied at two locations (Tel Hadya and Breda) in northern Syria. A significant variation was observed in barley lines for grain yield, plant height, days to heading and maturity, grain filling period and growth period. Since the winter during 1994-95 was mild at the both locations and drought and high temperatures were major stresses, most of the high yielding genotypes were facultative types. A significant positive correlation was found between plant height and grain yield. There was, however, significant negative correlation between grain yield and days to heading and maturity. Grain filling period was positively associated with yield (except for winter types at Breda). A negative correlation between growth habit and yield at both locations can be attributed to mild winter and severe drought and high temperatures during crop growth period.
  M. Tahir , M. Tariq , H.T. Mahmood and S. Hussain
  Trails were conducted during 2003-04 on planting dates from May 1st to July 1st at 15 days intervals with three commercial varieties of cotton i.e. CIM-496, CIM-497 and CIM-506. Maximum CLCuV percentage was recorded in June 1st planting. It was found that CLCuV percentage rapidly increase in the first week of August in all the planting dates. It was also concluded that planting of cotton should be done in May 1st to June 1st to avoid the percentage losses of CLCuV. CLCuV effects were higher in variety CIM-497 in the June 15th planting whereas variety CIM-506 showed low attack, when compared with other varieties.
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