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Articles by Muhammad Saleem Jilani
Total Records ( 4 ) for Muhammad Saleem Jilani
  Muhammad Saleem Jilani and Abdul Ghaffoor
  The local varieties of onion (Allium cepa L.) viz. Bannu local, Bilot Kacha local, Dhakki local, Dhallah local, Naurang local, Paniyala local, Peshawar local, Shah Alam local, Swat-1 and Tank local were evaluated for seed production. The study was conducted at the Faculty of Agriculture, Gomal University, D.I. Khan during 1999. Data on different growth and seed yield parameters were recorded and statistically analyzed. Almost all growth parameters differed significantly (P=0.05) except flower stalk and umbel diameter. The highest seed weight per umbel (5.800 g) was harvest in the Peshawar local while the lowest (3.417 g) in Bannu local. The seed yield ha-1 and 1000 seed weight significantly (P=0.05) differed amongst the varieties. The highest seed yield (192.20 kg ha-1) was obtained in the Cv Naurang local which was statistically at per with Paniyala local, Shah Alam local and Swat-1 and significantly higher than the other varieties. The lowest seed yield 447.25 kg ha-1 was obtained from onion variety Tank local. The 1000 seeds weight of Naurang local, Shah Alam local and Swat-1 were found as the better seed yielders and are suitable for seed production under D.I.Khan condition.
  Shakeel Ahmed , Muhammad Saleem Jilani , Abdul Ghaffoor , Kashif Waseem and Saif-ur-Rehma
  The data obtained revealed that maximum plant height (422 cm), number of flowers (532), number of fruits per tree (940), fruit length (19.11 cm) and average fruit yield per tree (61.22 kg) were recorded in 1.5-1.5-0.75 NPK kg/plant. Maximum plant girth (78 cm) and maximum fruit weight (133.5 g) was found in 1.5-0.75-00 NPK kg/plant. Whereas, maximum number of inflorescence/ shoot (23.7) was recorded in 00-00-00 NPK kg/plant.
  Mehwish Kiran Kiran , Jalal-ud-Din Baloch , Kashif Waseem , Muhammad Saleem Jilani and Muhammad Qasim Khan
  An experiment was conducted to investigate the effect of different growing media on the growth and development of Dahlia (Dahlia pinnata). Seven different growing media including sand, silt, leaf mold, sand + silt, sand + leaf mold, silt + leaf mold and sand + silt + leaf mold, were used to check the growth and development of dahlia in pots. The over all best performance was recorded in media sand + silt + leaf mold for almost all the parameters; plant height (42.08 cm), stem thickness (1.93 cm), number of branches per plant (3.6), minimum days to flowering (91.66), number of flowers per plant (10.6), number of petals per flower (13), diameter of flower (8.8 cm) and vase life of flower (5 days). The media leaf mold alone also performed significantly well for all the parameters including the maximum 42.55 leaves per plant. Sand, when used alone as a growing medium showed the least response and provided unsatisfactory results for all the parameters.
  Mujeeb- ur-Rahman , Muhammad Iqbal , Muhammad Saleem Jilani and Kashif Waseem
  A research project to evaluate the effect of different plant spacing on the production of cauliflower was conducted at Horticulture Research Area, Faculty of Agriculture, Gomal University, Dera Ismail Khan, NWFP, Pakistan. Six different plant spacing viz., 30, 35, 40, 45, 50 and 55 cm were used. The results revealed significant variations in all the parameters and amongst various plant spacing, 45 cm spacing showed the best response for all the parameters. Maximum plant height (49.33 cm), curd diameter (19.13 cm), maximum curd weight (1.23 kg plant-1) and yield (30.77 t ha-1) were recorded in the plots where the plants were spaced 45 cm apart.
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