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Articles by Inayat Ullah Awan
Total Records ( 6 ) for Inayat Ullah Awan
  Mohammad Safdar Baloch , Inayat Ullah Awan , Gul Hassan , Himayat Ullah Khan and Khalid Abdullah
  The adults of rice stem borer were counted after 30, 45 and 60 days after sowing (DAS) during rice growing season of 2002 and 2003. It was observed that after 30 DAS the adults preferred resting on crop, planted on 20th and 27th of June with variable number of seedlings hill-1. Similar trend was observed after 45 and 60 DAS. Number of white heads plant-1 was higher in crop planted on 27th of June and 4th of July indicating the relationship. It was further noted that seedlings per hill has no affect on adult resting preference and white heads as well. The maximum paddy yield was noted in crop planted on 20th of June and 11th of July.
  Mohammad Safdar Baloch , Inayat Ullah Awan , Gul Hassan , Muhammad Ayyaz Khan , Khalil Ahmad and Muhammad Zubair Sulemani
  A survey was conducted from 50 randomly selected rice growers from 25 villages of Dera Ismail Khan, NWFP, Pakistan. The survey report revealed that 96 percent rice growers planted well-adapted high yielding coarse rice variety IR-6. All the farmers followed recommendations regarding land preparation using tractor and tractor-mounted implements. Half of the population used their self-produced seed, which was kept under profaned conditions. Majority of the farmers raised rice nursery during the month of April to mainly escape from the attack of rice stem borer. More than half (56%) used optimal age (30-40-days-old) rice nursery. Almost all the population (96%) used transplanting method but none of them used the line method of transplantation. Although, a big fraction (36%) of the sampled population was illiterate, yet all were applying recommended doses of fertilizers. Similarly, most of the growers (70%) were impelled to apply canal water at 4-8 days interval according to the water schedule given by the Revenue department. Majority of the population reported weeds and pest (stem borer) in rice crop. The per hectare rice yield of the farmers interviewed, although, exceeds the national average rice yield but none of the growers could fully exploit the potential yield of the cultivar. The frequency of the sampled population for getting information from nearby growers was very high mainly due to uncertain and insufficient knowledge provided by the other sources. Fifty-four percent of the farmers needed loan for the purchase of fertilizers, insecticides etc for rice crop and thirty-two percent declared banks as the suitable source of credit. Water shortage, high costs of inputs, non-availability of skilled labour during peak planting season, sub-optimal plant population, weeds and pest infestation, high dependence of knowledge on nearby growers and low price of rice in the local market were the major restrictions in higher yields of rice in Dera Ismail Khan, NWFP, Pakistan.
  Khizar Hayat , Inayat Ullah Awan and Gul Hassan
  An experiment was conducted to study the effect of different times of application of herbicides on the yield and yield components of rice under direct wet seeded culture during 1999 and 2000. Results showed that time intervals of herbicide application only affected the dry weed biomass (g m-2) during both the years. While significant differences were observed for number of panicles (m-2) and 1000-grain weight 2 (g) during 1999 and for spikelets per panicle and sterility percentage during 2000 only due to different application times. Results indicated that herbicides application resulted in significant differences of paddy yield and all the yield parameters including straw yield during both the years, except harvest index that was affected by the herbicide application during 1999 only. Curtly it is concluded that herbicides application boosted the paddy yield during both the years.
  Muhammad Sohail , Inayat Ullah Awan , Himayat Ullah Khan and M. Safdar Baloch
  A field trial was carried out to evaluate the effect of different seed rates on the production of direct wet-seeded rice. The coarse rice variety IR-6 was sown at seed rate of 40, 60, 80, 100, 120, 140, 160 and 180 kg ha-1. The results revealed that paddy yield, harvest index, net income and benefit-cost ratio was maximum at medium seed rate of 120 kg ha-1. A decrease in plant height at maturity, numbers of tillers per plant, number of panicles per plant, normal kernel (%) and progressive increase in sterility (%) and straw yield was observed with increase in seed rate from 40 to 180 kg ha-1. All the growth, yield and kernel quality attributes were economical and profitable at seed rate of 120 kg ha-1.
  Inayat Ullah Awan , Mohammad Shahid , Sanaullah and Mohammad Amjad Nadeem
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  Inayat Ullah Awan , Abdul Ghaffar Jaskani and Mohammad Amjad Nadeem
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