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Articles by Muhammad Yaseen
Total Records ( 3 ) for Muhammad Yaseen
  Muhammad Yaseen , Nisar Ahmad , Abdul Razzaq and Nasir Mahmood
  A laboratory experiment was conducted to study the effect of incubation period on the phosphorus adsorption by the Pindorian, Satghrah, Shandara, Wazirabad, Balkassar, Hafizabad and Missa soil series of Pakistan. Five levels of P (50, 100, 200, 400 and 800 μg P/g of soil) were added to these samples and incubated for 1, 7 and 15 days. Results showed that the amount of adsorbed P increased by increasing the incubation period from 1 to 15 days. The highest adsorption was found after 15 days incubation period and lowest P was adsorbed after incubation period of one day in all the soils and each level of P application.
  Abdul Rehman Khan , Muhammad Yaseen , Maqsood Ahmad Gill , Zaheer Ahmad , Afaq Aziz and R.H. Nawaz
  A pot experiment was conducted to evaluate the response of six cotton cultivars to soil-applied N fertilization rates-low (50 mg N kg–1 soil) and adequate (175 mg N kg–1 soil). Substantial differences were observed among varieties and due to nitrogen level×variety interaction for accumulation of Shoot Dry Matter (SDM) and N utilization efficiency and nitrogen contents in leaf and stem. Increase in N rate in soil showed significant increase in shoot dry matter, N concentrations and contents in leaf and stem and decrease in root:shoot ratio.Cotton cultivars FH-634, CIM-1100 and S-12 showed nitrogen utilization efficiency >50 at both the nitrogen levels.
  Rashid Mahmood , Muhammad Yaseen , Anser Ali , Javaid Iqbal , Safdar Hussain and M. Ahmad Alias Haji A. Bukhsh
  Calcium carbide is well known as a nitrification inhibitor and its role as a source of ethylene (C2H4), a potent plant growth regulator, is not thoroughly investigated. A pot trial was conducted to evaluate the effectiveness of formulated calcium carbide with different doses of nitrogen fertilizer on nitrogen use efficiency, growth and yield of wheat. At the 1st step calcium carbide was formulated with polyethylene and plaster of paris and named as Matrix-I (21% calcium carbide, 58% polyethylene and 21% plaster of paris). Wheat cv. Inqulab-91 seeds were sown in pots and 5 plants were maintained. Calcium carbide was applied @ 0, 7.5, 15 and 22.5 mg/kg pot soil with 0, 30 and 60 mg N/kg soil. It was noted that nitrogen fertilizer application significantly enhanced almost all growth and yield parameters of wheat. It was also observed that matrix-I not only improved growth and yield parameters of wheat except plant height, which was reduced by CaC2 application, but also enhanced N uptake by different plant parts of wheat, when applied @ 15 mg CaC2 kg-1 soil at 8 cm soil depth. It was further noted that matrix-I better improved N use efficiency when applied with half recommended dose of N fertilizer than that of with full recommended N fertilizer rate.
 
 
 
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