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Articles by Muhammad Saleem Jilani
Total Records ( 3 ) for Muhammad Saleem Jilani
  Abdul Ghaffoor , Muhammad Saleem Jilani , Ghulam Khaliq and Kashif Waseem
  Three different Onion varieties i.e. Faisalabad Early, Phulkara and Shah Alam were compared at different NPK levels. Varieties, NPK levels and their interaction significantly affected plant height, leaf length, number of leaves per plant bulb diameter, marketable yield and total yield per hectare. Shah Alam variety at the fertilizer level of 150:100:50 NPK kg ha-1 gave the best results with regard to number of leaves per plant (17.57), bulb survival (93.53%), bulb diameter (7.40 cm), marketable yield (3.25 kg plot-1), culls percentage (5.24%) and total yield (13.20 t ha-1), while Phulkara variety gave the best results with regard to plant height (56.17 cm) and leaf length (50.27cm) under the same fertilizer level. However, the highest benefit cost ratio of 2.55 was obtained by Shah Alam at the fertilizer level of 120:50:50 NPK kg ha-1 as this treatment was not significantly different from that of 150:100:50 NPK kg ha-1. So the highest net return was obtained at 120:50:50 NPK kg ha-1.
  Ghazanfar Ullah , Ejaz Ahmed Khan , Inayat Ullah Awan , Muhammed Ayyaz Khan , Abdul Aziz Khakwani , Muhammed Safdar Baloch , Qudrat Ullah Khan , Muhammad Saleem Jilani , Kashif Wasim , Sadaf Javeria and Ghulam Jilani
  Fertilizer use efficiency of nitrogen is very low due to various types of losses. This two year field experiment was carried out to investigate the effect of various levels of nitrogen and its application methods on phenology, growth indices and quality of wheat. Fertilizer application methods (broadcast and side-dressing) were placed in the main plots, while nitrogen levels (60, 90, 120, 150, 180 and 210 kg/ha) applied in sub plots. Crop data showed that nitrogen methods had non-significant effect on phenology, physiology and quality parameters. Fertilizer application rates rendered significant effect on various parameters except days to emergence. Nitrogen at 210 kg/ha gave significant increase in the phenological and growth parameters. Leaf area index and leaf area duration were significantly affected by the rate of nitrogen fertilizers. Protein contents were also increased by the application of higher amount of nitrogen. Interaction among application methods and nitrogen levels showed significant variations in net assimilation rate, while crop growth rate remained significant in the second year and protein content had shown significant variation during the first year of study.
  Ghazanfar Ullah , Ejaz Ahmed Khan , Inayat Ullah Awan , Muhammed Ayyaz Khan , Abdul Aziz Khakwani , Muhammed Safdar Baloch , Qudrat Ullah Khan , Muhammad Saleem Jilani , Kashif Wasim , Ghulam Jilani and Muhammad Mohib Ullah
  Field experiment was conducted to evaluate difference among various levels of Nitrogen (N) fertilizer, its application techniques and their interaction on the growth, yield components and yield of wheat. Treatments of N fertilizer application techniques, viz., broadcast and side-dressing were allocated to main-plots and nitrogen levels, viz., 60, 90, 120, 150, 180 and 210 kg N/ha were placed in sub-plots. This experiment was repeated for two years with the same treatments. Results revealed that nitrogen application techniques had non-significant impact on most of the crop parameters except count of fertile tillers. Various rates of nitrogen showed significant influence on all the parameters under study and showed significantly higher grain yield of wheat with successive increase of dose up to 180 kg N/ha. Maximum plant height and biological yield were obtained under the highest nitrogen level, viz., 210 kg N/ha. However, the highest count of fertile tillers, spike length, number of grains, 1000-grain weight and harvest index were recorded in the treatment receiving 180 kg N/ha. Interactions between fertilizer application techniques and nitrogen levels were non-significant for all the crop parameters studied in this experiment on wheat.
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