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Articles by M.A. Rana
Total Records ( 2 ) for M.A. Rana
  Shafiullah , M.A. Khan , M.A. Poswal , M.A. Rana and Baitullah
  The removal of upper 2/3 and ½ leaves caused a yield reduction of 29 and 55.8 percent in 1992 and 37 and 44.8 percent in 1993, respectively. During 1992, about 1 percent yield decline was observed when the lower 1/3 leaves were removed and 6 percent yield declined with the removal of the lower ½ leaves, while in 1993, the yield reduction was 26.7 and 39.2 percent due to removal of lower 1/3 and ½ leaves, respectively. This indicated that upper leaves (source) contribute more towards sink (seed yield) as compared to the lower ones. Correspondingly, the results indicated that insects and pests feeding on the upper portion of the sunflower plant can cause more reduction in seed yield than the lower leaves.
  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.
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