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Articles by Noor Badshah
Total Records ( 4 ) for Noor Badshah
  Syed Awlad Hussain and Noor Badshah
  Ten exotic and one local pea vareities were evaluated for their performance at Agriculture Research Institute, Tarnab, Peshawar. These are Peshawar Local, P-42, P-48, AM-1, Olympia, Elete, S-Zard, Rondo, Climax, Mekardo and Green Sword. Significant differences were found in almost all observation except seeds per pod and first picking-wise yield. Mekardo took maximum days 10.3, 103.67 and 138.7 to first germination, pod formation and first picking respectively as well as got maximum pod length 10.12 cm. Climax showed maximum (89.4%) germination. Earlier flowering, pod formation and picking 43.0, 57.3 and 89.00 days, respectively were recorded in variety Elete. Climax was exhibited late flowering but it got 87.3 days to flowering. Rondo got maximum significant plant height 70.3 cm and maximum pods 178.0 kg-1. Climax produced maximum number of pods per plant (19.3) and minimum number of pods per plant (13.8) were recorded in P-42. Variety Climax out yielded significantly (5290.1 kg ha-1).
  Nisar Naeem , Irfan Muhammad , Jehangir Khan , Ghulam Nabi , Niaz Muhammad and Noor Badshah
  The study was conducted to determine the effect of different levels of nitrogen (0, 30, 60, 90 kg ha -1) and phosphorus (0, 30, 60 kg ha -1) with a constant dose of potash (30 kg ha -1) on the growth and yield of chilli cultivar, sanam. The fertilizers used for nitrogen, phosphorus and potash were urea (46 % N), single super phosphate (18 % P2O5) and potassium sulphate (50 % K2O). The data recorded revealed that there was a significant difference in days to flowering, days to fruiting, number of branches per plant, plant height (cm), number of fruits per plant, length of fruit (cm) and total yield (kg ha -1). Minimum days to flowering (42 days) and days to fruiting (54 days) were recorded in plots fertilized with (30-60-30 kg NPK ha -1) and (30-30-30 kg NPK ha -1) respectively. Maximum number of branches per plant (10.00), plant height (98.27 cm), number of fruits per plant (51.73) and total yield (7679.66 kg ha -1) was recorded in plots fertilized with 90-60-30 kg NPK ha -1. However, maximum length of fruit was recorded at fertilizer level of 60-30-30 kg NPK ha -1. The differences in survival %age and single fruit weight were non significant. It is suggested that chilli cv. sanam should be fertilized with 90-60-30 kg NPK ha -1 under the agroclimatic conditions of Peshawar.
  Mohammad Humayun Khan , Naeem Khan and Noor Badshah
  Field experiment was conducted at Agricultural Research Station Serai Naurang, Bannu to find out the effect of two weedicides, i.e., Ronstar @ of 3 kg ha-1 and stomp 330E @ 4 lit ha-1 along with hand weedings, i.e., 2 and 4 times, keeping the required intervals in onion crop. Onion cultivar transplanted was Swat-1. The data were recorded on fresh yield with leaves; dry yield with leaves and bulb yield without leaves tons ha-1. From the analysis of data, using LSD test, it was observed that fresh yield, dry yield and bulb yield tons ha-1 of onion were significantly increased with the application of Ronstar @ of 3kg ha-1 which produced 30.51, 26.33 and 25.19 tons ha-1, respectively. Four times hand weeded plots followed the Ronstar treated plots and produced fresh yield, dry yield and bulb yield of 27.66, 23.71 and 22.10 tons ha-1, respectively.
  Waqar Ahmad Awan , Noor Badshah and Abdul Waheed
  The research on planting of various sizes of nodal tea cuttings (single and double) on different timings viz. June 20, July 20, August 20, September 20 and October 20, 1998 was carried out at the National Tea Research Institute, Shinkiari, District Mansehra (NWFP) in 1998-99. Planting of cuttings on June 20, 1998 significantly increased the percent survival (94.0%), shoot length (8.75 cm), number of branches (1.90), number of leaves (7.50), in contrast to minimum values for all parameters recorded (49.50%, 3.53 cm, 1.08, 2.0, respectively) by planting the nodal cuttings on October 20, 1998. Significant maximum values for all parameters were obtained in single nodal cuttings when planted on June 20, followed by July 20, 1998.
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