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Articles by Sohail Jamil Qureshi
Total Records ( 3 ) for Sohail Jamil Qureshi
  Sohail Jamil Qureshi and Mir Ajab Khan
  A study was conducted in Kahuta to enlist the medicinal plants. The inhabitants of the area have to use the medicinal plants for various purposes and have for a long time been dependent on surrounding plant resources for their food, shelter, fodder`s, health, care and other cultural purposes. However changes in their life styles are responsible for the decrease of practice in the local use of herbs for medicine. It is, therefore, felt worth while to record the native uses of these plants before the information is to be lost. In total 25 species of herbs belonging to 18 families were recorded, used medicinally by inhabitants of the area . Some of the most interesting and representative plants of the area are : Cyperus rotundas L. which is mainly used for cholera ,dyspepsia and fevers. Saussuoria heteromala D. Don is used as a tonic for animals . The oil of Pongamia pinnata (L.) Merrill is externally applied to cure herpes and eczema .Leaves of Euphorbia helioscopia L. are given to cure mad dogs . Boerhavia diffusa Linn.is useful for jaundice and liver complaints .
  Sohail Jamil Qureshi , Ghulam Abbas and Sofia Bano
  A study was conducted to investigate the soil fertility status of Quaid -I- Azam University Campus Islamabad for the provision of guidelines to researchers and farmers for better crop production. A total of thirty composite soil samples were collected, analyzed and classified for texture, soil pH, electrical conductivity (EC), organic matter, available phosphorus and potassium. Texture of the soil varied, sandy loam (10%), loam (47%), and clay loam (43%). The pH values ranged between 6.9-8.5.Out of total all soil samples were normal with no hazard of salinity. Organic matter was deficient or poor in 93% samples and satisfactory in 7% samples. Available phosphorus was poor in 77% samples, satisfactory in 3% samples and adequate in 20% samples. In available potassium 60% soils in Quaid -I- Azam University have satisfactory level and 40% samples fall in adequate level. Fertilizer recommendations were advised according to soil condition and fertility status of the soil.
  Sohail Jamil Qureshi , Ghulam Abbass , Sofia Bano , Taj Muhammad , Mir Ajab Khan and M.Yousaf
  The study was conducted to evaluate the organic matter status of soil in the Kahuta tehsil from District Rawalpindi. Nintey composite soil samples were analysed for organic matter contents. Soil texture varied from sandy loam (Light) 20%, loam (Medium) 78% and Clay loam (Heavy) 2%. Organic matter was deficient in 100% soil samples.The maximum organic matter of 0.85% were recorded at Loona Kahuta site and minimum organic matter of 0.20% were observed at Kahuta and Dodheli site. The average maximum organic matter of 0.70% were observed at Loona Kahuta site. Fertilizer recommendations were given to farmers according to soil condition and organic matter status.
 
 
 
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