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Articles by Salman Dastan
Total Records ( 3 ) for Salman Dastan
  Reza Yadi , Mahboubeh Ebrahimi and Salman Dastan
  In order to evaluation of quantity yield, harvest index and phonological traits of ratooning crop in two rice under agro systems at the north of Iran, an experiment was carried out as split plot in randomized complete blocks design based four replications at Neka, Mazandaran, Iran in 2011 and 2012. Planting systems were chosen as main plots (Conventional, Improved and SRI or System of Rice Intensification) and genotypes as sub plots (Tall plant: Sang Tarom and Hashemi Tarom; Short plant: Neda and Shiroodi). The minimum days number to physiological maturity was observed in SRI and improved system but the highest grain yield and harvest index had produced in SRI and improved system. Grain yield in var. Tarom Hashemi was in ratio 7.53% more than var. Sang Tarom. But harvest index for var. Tarom Hashemi more than var. Sang Tarom. At interaction of year×cropping system was notice that the most grain yield was produced at interaction of first year in SRI and improved system. At interaction of year×cultivar observed maximum grain yield was obtained at interaction of first and second year×var. Tarom Hashemi. Therfore, SRI was the soutable for ratooning harvesting in this location.
  Reza Yadi , Mahboubeh Ebrahimi and Salman Dastan
  In order to investigate response of phonological traits and grain yield of rice genotypes under three cropping systems, an experiment was carried out as split plot in randomized complete blocks design based four replications at Neka, Mazandaran, Iran in 2011 and 2012. Planting systems were chosen as main plots (Conventional, Improved and SRI or System of Rice Intensification) and genotypes as sub plots (Tall plant: Sang Tarom and Hashemi Tarom; Short plant: Neda and Shiroodi).
  Reza Yadi , Mahboubeh Ebrahimi and Salman Dastan
  In order to determination of effect of seed rate in different sowing dates on yield and yield components of wheat, an experiment was carried out at Sari region in 2014-2015. This experiment was carried out at split plot in randomized complete blocks design with three replications. Three planting dates November 1, November 20 and December 10 was the main plots and three seed rates 150, 250, 350 and 450 kg haG1 was the sub plots. Results showed that with delay in planting date plant height was decreased but with delay in planting date panicle length, spike length had increased. The most number of spikelet per spike and number of grain per spike had obtained in November 20 that causes to increase yield and harvest index. With seed rate increasing tiller per plant was increased. But, with increasing in seed use plant height, spike length, number of spikelet per spike and number of grain per spike increased that is cause to increase in grain yield. The most grain yield equal to 4020 kg ha–1 was obtained at interaction of November 20 planting date and application of 350 kg seed per hectare. Therefore use of 350 kg seed per hectare in November 20 planting date cause to optimum result.
 
 
 
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