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Articles by A.A. Lakho
Total Records ( 7 ) for A.A. Lakho
  M.H. Siddiqui , A.A. Lakho and F.C. Oad
  The field study was conducted to assess the economic value of inoculated (Rhizobium japonicum) and un-inoculated soybean under different nitrogen levels (0, 50, 75 kg ha-1) at Rawalakot Experiment Farm, Azad Kashmir. The partial economic analysis showed the superiority of the field having inoculum + 50 kg N ha-1, where the physical productivity (1522.34 kg ha-1), revenue productivity (Rs. 13320.47 ha-1), net returns (Rs. 3220.47 ha-1) and cost-benefit ratio (1:1.31) were higher as compared to other treatments. Thus, it is recommended that bio fertilizer should be inoculated which fix atmospheric nitrogen in the root nodules with the in-organic nitrogen at the level of 50 kg ha-1 where maximum output could be achieved.
  F.C. Oad , A.A. Lakho , A. Soomro , N.L. Oad , G.Q. Chandio and Z.A. Abro
  The field experiment was conducted for partial economic analysis to assess actual and potential seed cotton yields and water savings under 7, 14 and 21 days irrigation intervals. The satisfactory cotton yields appeared at 14-day irrigation interval. Thus, it is recommended that cotton crop should be irrigated with adequate application of water at the interval of 14 days which produces maximum yield and water saving. This saved water could be utilized for cultivating additional area or may be diverted to irrigate the land where scarcity and shortage of the water appears.
  A.N. Mirani , L.A. Jamali , F.C. Oad , M.A. Samo , A.A. Lakho and N.L. Oad
  Four water courses recorded the loss of water before improvement as 25.58, 13.82, 36.46 and 39.84%, however after improvement these losses exhibited reduced values i.e. 1.61, 1.36, 1.63, and 1.36, and conveyance efficiency improved by 37.85%. Therefore it is recommended that to obtain maximum conveyance efficiency and reduced water loss risks the lining of water courses should be on top priority.
  F.C. Oad , A.A. Lakho , G.N. Sohu , M.A. Samo , F.M. Sheikh and N.L. Oad
  The study was conducted by the survey method, selecting 15 maize fodder growers randomly in the area of Sakrnad, Sindh, Pakistan . The selected sample respondents were interviewed frequently by personal visits and questionnaires. The interpreted results showed that the total area operated for maize fodder crop was 78 hectares, recording total expenses Rs. 165244.00 (Rs. 2118.51ha-1) total return/income Rs . 943000.00 (Rs. 12089.74 ha-1), Total net returns Rs. 777756.00 (9971.23. ha-1), with the Input Out put Ratio 1: 6.02 and Benefit-Cost Ratio of 5:02.
  B.R. Kazi , F.C. Oad , G.H. Jamro , L.A. Jamil and A.A. Lakho
  Correlation study between irrigation frequencies and growth yield attributed and yield of brassica species was carried out at Oilseeds Experimental Field of Agriculture Research Institute, Tandojam. Four treatments consisting irrigation frequencies viz. 2, 3, 3, 4 and 5 irrigations and three brassica species i.e., Early Raya, Toria Selection and P-269 were studied. The correlation between irrigation frequencies and growth parameters and yield attributes was strong and positive. The regression coefficient indicated that for each increase in irrigation level, the seed yield would increase by 27.78 kg per hectare, but took maximum days to flowering, pod formation, seed formation and delayed maturity.
  B.R. Kazi , F.C. Oad , G.H. Jamro , L.A. Jamil and A.A. Lakho
  Experiments were conducted at Sindh Agriculture University, Tandojam to study the impact of irrigation frequencies on the growth and yield of soybean Cv. Bragg the experiment was laid out in Randomized Complete Block Design with four replications. The irrigation frequencies were 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6 irrigations. It was observed that the growth, yield components and oil content were highly significantly affected by irrigation frequencies. Maximum plant height, more branches and pods per plant, seed index and seed yield and oil content percentage were found superior with the application of 6 irrigations followed by 5 irrigations. Whereas, lowest number of irrigations decreased all the traits adversely.
  F.C. Oad , G.H. Jamro , A.A. Lakho and G.Q. Chandio
  Experiments on the correlation coefficient of growth and cane yield traits of sugarcane with micro nutrients like: Zn (1.50, 3.00 and 4.50 kg ha-1), Cu (0.5, 1.0 and 1.5 kg ha-1), B (0.25, 0.50 and 0.75 kg ha-1) and Mn (1.0, 2.0 and 3.0 kg ha-1) and control where conducted. The results revealed that all micro nutrients showed positive correlation with tillers, tope weight, cane length, internode number and length, stem diameter, hieght, millable cane and cane yield, except copper for tillers, zinc for top weight, boron for top weight and manganese responded significant response for stem diameter and millable canes, respectively. It is suggested that micro nutrients are essential elements for obtaining satisfactory yields for sugarcane. Application of excess amount of these elements reduces the yield by reducing the crop parameter values, but, adequate quantities produced boosted yield. Thus, it is recommended that micro nutrients may be applied after various soil tests and proper levels should be chalked-out.
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