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Zerotillage Sowing Method of Wheat Followed by Transplanted Rice (In Rice-Wheat System



Ghulam Abbas Khuhro , Ghulam Sarwar Tunio , Nizamuddin Maitlo and Nihaluddin Mari
 
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This study was conducted at the Rice Research Institute Dokri for three years from Rabi 1997-98 to 1999-2000. The object of this study was to compare zerotillage-sowing method of wheat with conventional method for grain yield and net benefit. Zerotillage sowing method gave 8.30% more yields than conventional method. Moreover tillage cost was reduced up to 8 % while increase in net benefit 28 % was achieved. Economically zerotillage-sowing method proved better with CBR 1.25 than conventional method with CBR 0.926.

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Ghulam Abbas Khuhro , Ghulam Sarwar Tunio , Nizamuddin Maitlo and Nihaluddin Mari , 2002. Zerotillage Sowing Method of Wheat Followed by Transplanted Rice (In Rice-Wheat System. Journal of Applied Sciences, 2: 307-307.

DOI: 10.3923/jas.2002.307.307

URL: https://scialert.net/abstract/?doi=jas.2002.307.307

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