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Articles by H.A. Samo
Total Records ( 3 ) for H.A. Samo
  A.A. Lakho , F.C. Oad , H.A. Samo and S.H. Ghaloo
  The field study was conducted at Student’s Experimental Farm, Sindh Agriculture University, Tandpjam, Pakistan for economic analysis of wheat under different nitrogen levels (80, 120 and 150 kg N ha-1) and placements (broadcast, banding, pop-up and foliar).The study revealed that 120 kg N ha-1 applied through banding produced highest physical productivity in terms of grain yield (5400.65 kg ha-1), better revenue productivity (Rs. 41855.03), maximum increase in grain yield (1786.53 Kg ha-1, value = Rs. 13845.60 ha-1) due to banding of 120 kg N ha-1 satisfactory net returns (Rs. 21539.03 ha-1) and cost benefit ratio (1:2.96). It was concluded that the economic performance of 120 kg N ha-1 was better as compared to other nitrogen levels and placements and it is recommended as farmer guidelines for nitrogen management.
  F.C. Oad , U.K. Gaimnani and H.A. Samo
  In order to determine the macro nutrients content (N.P.K) and some physico-chemical properties of the soils of different soil series around Tandojam, the soils samples were collected from six different soil series i.e Lalian, Miani, Pacca, Rustam, Shahdara and Sultanpur. The soils were generally heavy in texture, non-saline and low in organic matter. All the soil series were slightly to moderately alkaline in reaction (pH>7.0) and moderately calcarious in nature. The nitrogen contents ranged from 0.004-0.064%. The Available phosphorus contents ranged from 0.75-7.5 mg kg–1, whereas, exchangeable potassium varied from 100-440 mg kg–1. The N, P, K and Organic matter content were higher in the upper soil profile and decreased as the soil profile depths increased linearly.
  F.C. Oad , A. Naqi Shah , G.H. Jamro and H.A. Samo
  The field trial was conducted to determine the effect of NP doses on the overall performance of canola at Student’s Experimental Farm, Sindh Agriculture University Tandojam, Pakistan. Two varieties (Shirallee and Wester) and six NP levels (Control, 56-28, 84-42, 112-56, 140-70 and 164-84 kg NP ha–1) were tested. The results revealed that branches, siliqua number, seeds in siliqua, seed index and seed yield were significantly affected by varieties and fertilizer doses and also all the traits increased significantly with the increasing NP levels. Variety Shirallee proved high yielding as compared to Wester. The application of 164-84 and 140-70 kg NP ha–1 produced maximum seed yield than rest of the NP doses.
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