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Effect of different irrigation levels on the growth and yield of Mexican wheats

Ch Rehmat Ali

Effect of different irrigation levels on the growth and yield of Mexican wheats

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Published by Directorate of Mona Reclamation Experimental Project, Central Monitoring Organization in Bhalwal .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Pakistan.
    • Subjects:
    • Wheat -- Irrigation -- Pakistan.,
    • Wheat -- Varieties -- Pakistan.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby Ch. Rehmat Ali and Bashir Ahmad Sabir.
      SeriesPublication -- Directorate of Mona Reclamation Experimental Project ; no. 40, Publication (Central Monitoring Organization. Directorate of Mona Reclamation Experimental Project) ;, no. 40.
      ContributionsSabir, Bashir Ahmad, joint author.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsSB191.W5 R37
      The Physical Object
      Paginationiii, 24 p. :
      Number of Pages24
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4530356M
      LC Control Number76938624

      subplots. The effect of levels of deficit irrigation on plant height, number of rows per ear, number of grain per row, grain weight, grain yield, biological yield and protein content was significant. 80 mm had the highest plant height, number of grains per row, grain yield and biological yield compared with other treatments. Effect of different levels of pruning and micronutrient (Fe) on growth, flowering and cut flower yield of dutch rose (Rosa hybrida Linn.) cv. FIRST RED under greenhouse condition ALMAS1, A.V. BARAD AND G. MADHURI1. the effect of three levels of NPK fertilizer on growth parameters and yield of maize-soybean intercrop. The experimental design consisted of two factors: cropping system at two levels (sole and intercrops) and NPK fertilizer at three levels (0, and kg/ha of NPK ). The treatments were laid out in aFile Size: 90KB. Ilhan K, Seyda ZC, Reyyan Y and Ibrahim HY (). Effect of Atrazine Applications on Weed Growth and Yield at Different Irrigation Levels in Corn (Zea mays) Growth. African Journal of Biotechnology, 9(40) Kopsell D (). Effect of Atrazine on Sweet Corn. Syngenta Media Centre by: 1.


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Effect of different irrigation levels on the growth and yield of Mexican wheats by Ch Rehmat Ali Download PDF EPUB FB2

Simulating the effect of emex australis densities and sowing dates on agronomic traits of wheat A field study pertaining to the effect of different levels of irrigation on yield and yield. A field study pertaining to the effect of different levels of irrigation on yield and yield components of wheat cultivars was conducted during growing season at Agronomic Research Area.

Effect of irrigation scheduling on the growth and yield of wheat genotypes An investigation was carried out on the effect of irrigation schedules and genotypes on the growth and yield components of wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) at the University of Agricultural Sciences, Dharwad (Karnataka) in the year Author: Afzal Ahmad, Ramesh Kumar.

on yield of wheat genotypes, growth components and yield components are given in Table 1. The wheat crop responded significantly in terms of grain yield to different irrigation schedules. Grain yield was significantly highest ( kg ha-1) in I 7 irrigation schedule which received six irrigations and was on par with I 6 and I 5File Size: 52KB.

Effect of irrigation regimes and N levels on the yield and yield contributing characters of wheat are presented in Table 1. The yield and yield parameters were significantly affected due to application of nitrogen and irrigation by: 8.

A greenhouse study was carried out on an Nsukka sandy loam Ultisol having low soil moisture retention capacity to investigate the soil moisture regime and irrigation frequency required for optimum growth, yield, nutrient uptake and water use efficiency of maize (Zea mays L.) and cowpeas (Vigna unguiculata L.

Walp). Four irrigation amounts ( cm3, cm3, Cited by: EFFECT OF IRRIGATION LEVELS ON THE GROWTH, YIELD AND QUALITY OF POTATO B. ABuBAker1*, Y. ShuAng-en1, S. guAng-Cheng1, M. AlhAdi2 and A. elSiddig3 1 Hohai University, Key Laboratory of Efficient Irrigation-Drainage and Agricultural Soil-Water Environment in Southern China, College of Water Conservancy and Hydropower, Nanjing.

The application of various irrigation frequencies significantly affected leaf area index, crop growth rate, net assimilation rate, chlorophyll contents, days to emergence, days to maturity, height, tillers and grains count, seed weight.

A field experiment was conducted during the dry season of / at the Irrigation Research Farm, Institute for Agricultural Research, Samaru, Nigeria to evaluate the effect of irrigation and plant density on the growth, yield and water use of an extra early maturing maize variety.

interval. It is concluded that for maximum yield of wheat the crop may be irrigated after five weeks interval. Excessive and earlier than five weeks irrigation interval can be harmful for the optimum yield of wheat if seasonal rainfall is ≥ mm.

Keywords: Actual Evapotranspiration, Irrigation Scheduling, Pan Evaporation, Water Use Efficiency. Hassan et al. () investigated the impact of deficit irrigation strategies on wheat yield and water savings.

They reported from a 1-year study that a two-stage deficit at yield formation and ripening stage produced the highest yield, and saved 34% of irrigation water, compared to normal watering (4 frequency).Cited by: The adequate supply of irrigation water is the main factor affecting directly in the growth and productivity of wheat plant.

Water supply is limiting factor for crop production for sustainable agriculture, it is desirable to obtain higher grain yield using the least amount of irrigation water. increase in stress m et al. () found the effect of nine different levels of irrigation on yield and yield components of Wheat (Triticumaetsivum L.).

Crop was irrigated partially or fully i-e throughout the season including grain growth period,File Size: KB. The responses of dwarf wheat (Iriticum aestivum L.) to three levels of water stress at three growth stages, planting to jointing, jointing to flowering and flowering to maturity was studied under field conditions over two seasons at Hissar, India.

At each of these stages, plants were subjected to three levels of water stress viz. −, − and − MPa mid-day leaf water Cited by: highest grain yield from watering every 14days until the boot stage and 10days thereafter.

The objective of this study is to investigate the effect of different irrigation regimes and sowing dates practiced by the New Halfa tenants on growth, development and yield of wheat.

the roots mass over depth for each irrigation frequency. 2) Effect of irrigation interval and timing on growth characteristics and yield The detailed descriptions of soil physical properties in the greenhouse used for the experiment were presented in Table 1.

An automated drip irrigation system was followed in the greenhouse. A field experiment to investigate the effect of seeding rates and different levels of nitrogen on yield and yield components of wheat was conducted at Research Area, College of Agriculture, Dera Ghazi Khan.

An approved cultivar Fareed was sown at seeding rates ofand kg/ha with five nitrogen levels of 0, 75,and kg N/ha. The experiment was conducted during November to March in experimental field of Sher-e-Bangla Agricultural University, Dhaka, Bangladesh to find out the consequence of irrigation levels on growth, yield attributes and yield of wheat (BARI Gom).

Four different irrigation levels viz. I0: No irrigation i.e. control; I1: Irrigation at. Wheat growth and development. is to link plant physiology and crop management. It will help agronomists and farmers to understand the life cycle of the wheat plant, and the factors that influence growth and development, and to identify the growth stages of the wheat plant using Zadoks decimal growth scale.

study the effects of various scheduling of irrigation on the crop yield parameters under limited water availability conditions. Objectives The specific objectives of the study were: 1. To study the effect of different schedules of irrigation on root zone soil water status, growth, yield parameters and water use efficiency of the wheat crop.

Irrigating crops with saline water can result in yield loss and decreased quality. Plants vary greatly in their tolerance to saline water.

The extent of yield loss when plants are irrigated with saline water depends on a number of factors including soil type, drainage and the frequency, method and time of irrigation.

The information on this page will help growers make good irrigation. The yield components, namely, cobs per plant, grains per cob, and grain weight, increased significantly up to F 2 ( 30) level; thereby the combined effect of these components resulted in yield increase.

A similar effect of fertilizer levels on maize yield and its components was reported by Bakht et al. and Maqsood et al. The stover Cited by: 7. Experiment: Growth and Yield of wheat as affected by different levels of integrated nutrients and irrigation. Seed of wheat cultivar Sehar will be sown in plots (m x 6m) in open field conditions.

At sowing time integrated nutrients 50% FYM + 50% Inorganic (NPK); 75% FYM + 25% Inorganic (NPK); % FYM; % Inorganic (NPK) will be applied.

The increase in salinity significantly affected all the growth traits studied ().The effect of salinity in decreasing plant growth through a water stress effect has been extensively reported.An increase in the salinity of the irrigation water from 6 dSm −1 to 18 dSm −1 significantly decreased grain yield (GY), total biomass at harvest, the number of kernels per m 2 and the Cited by: different irrigation levels but the growth and yield of maize were not influenced by Planting patterns.

When 6 irrigations and planting spacing was kept at 30/90 cm apart; double row strips (30 cm from row to row and 90 cm from row to row), maximum grain yield ( t ha-1) was produced. Key Words: Yield components; Maize, Planting patterns. the effects and optimum irrigation frequency on the growth of and yield selected varieties of Maize.

MATERIALS AND METHODS Materials used for this research include: buckets, loamy soil, 2mm sieve, weighing balance, volumetric cylinder and 3 maize varieties (SWAN 1-SR-Y, ART/98/SW4-OB, ART/98/SW6-OB) Methods The experiment was conducted in the.

differences (P growth performance and yield components both in / and / seasons. The cultivar Imam and Wad el Neil scored the first rank in number of grains per spike, grain yield ton/ha. The sowing dates shown significant effect on yield and yield components that decreasedFile Size: KB.

higher seed yield ( kg/ha) in IW/CPE ratio irrigation schedules as compared toIW/CPE ratios and critical stages.

The significantly higher seed yield ( kg/ha) was recorded in mulch with polythene over rest of the treatments. The interaction effect between irrigation schedules and mulches was significant with respect to yield. different methods of irrigation and nitrogen levels on crop growth rate and yield of maize (Zea mays L.)”.

Materials and methods A field experiment was conducted at the Agronomy Farm, B. College of Agriculture, Anand Agricultural University, Anand during two consecutive rabi seasons of the year and The soil of theCited by: Effect of Different Irrigations on Yield and its Associated Traits in Wheat.

T2: one water application was escaped during tillering stage. T3: In this stage one water irrigation was escaped during booting stage. Few important morphological traits were studied t index (%), biological yield (kg ha-1) and grain yield plant-1 (g).

Effect on yield Addition of vermicompostwith or without PSB together with different fertilizer levels produced significantly higher grain and biological yields than the application of fertilizers alone (Table 2).

Maximum grain yield and biological yield were obtained with the application of % RDF+ vermicompost @ It ha-'+. yield. This study investigated the effects of number and time of irrigation on growth and yield attributes, yield, and water productivity of four tillage crop establishment methods compared with conventional method with an objective of defining an appropriate irrigation schedule matching with particular planting technique.

effects of deficit irrigation on yield, yield components and some morphological traits of wheat cultivars under field conditions hossein akbari moghaddam*1,3, mohammad galavi2, mahmuod soluki2, barat ali siahsar2, sayed mohsen mousavi nik2 and mostfa heidari2 1- phd student at the field of crop physiology, university of zabol, Size: KB.

The salt tolerance of a crop can best be described by plotting its relative yield as a continuous function of soil salinity. For most crops, this response function follows a sigmoidal relationship.

However, some crops may die before the seed or fruit yields decrease to zero, thus eliminating the bottom part of the sigmoidal curve. Maas and. The effect of phosphorus deficiency on yield formation in spring wheat (Triticum aestivum cv.

Prointa Oasis) was investigated, focusing on crop growth and dry matter partitioning during the spike growth period (SGP), which is critical for grain number experiments combining shading and P deficiency were performed at Balcarce, Argentina Cited by: to achieve rapid hard maturity.

As the wheat growing areas are located at different altitudes which affect the length of the growing season, due to variations in temperature. The wheat in areas at or above meters above sea level ready for harvest during May as compared to March/April at most of the agriculture plains of the by: ture as far as growth and yield of crops are concerned.

Yield response of mustard The response of mustard, the second important winter crop in North India only after wheat, is different to the Figure 6. Effect of date of sowing on seed yield of mustard (zero File Size: KB.

Effect of Sustained Deficit Irrigation and Rice Straw Mulching on Vegetative Growth, Flowering, Yield and Water used Efficiency of Manzanillo Olive Trees.

Osama, H. El Gammal Plant Production Department, Desert Research Center, Cairo, Egypt. The effects of drought stress on a plant depend on the timing, but also on the duration and the severity of the stress [18]. Different growth strategies can be followed by the potato plant to adapt to different drought conditions without tuber yield being significantly affected.

For example, a Cited by: Effect of Radial Spacing on the Growth and Yield of Maize under Olla Irrigation. several times a day strips them off the opportunity to undertake these other remunerative ventures (Mofoke, ).

Radial spacing for the clay pots depends on the crop and size of the pot,but there is yet to be a specified radial spacing for crops grown under ollaFile Size: KB.

With the irrigation modes W2 and W3, the increment of the annual yield of winter wheat-summer maize was % and % higher than that with W1, respectively. The water consumption in winter wheat growth season decreased with increasing irrigation amount, while that in summer maize growth season increased with the increasing irrigation amount Cited by: 3.increase in growth and yield characters, namely, plant height, leaf area index, dry matter production at di erent growth stages, cob length, number of cobs plant 1, number of grains cob, and -seed weight over F 1 (::).

Signi cantly higher grain yield was recorded with fertilizer level F 3.ii. To determine the optimum dose of nitrogen for better growth and higher yield of wheat and iii.

To determine the interaction, if any, between seed rate and nitrogen for maximum yield of wheat. MATERIALS AND METHODS The present study was designed to find out the effect of different seed rates and nitrogen levels on wheat variety Lakki- JCited by: 1.