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Effect of Farm Yard Manure and Compost Application on Transgenic BT Cotton Varieties

Effect of Farm Yard Manure and Compost Application on Transgenic BT Cotton Varieties

Muhammad Jan1*, Safdar Hussain2, Muhammad Anwar ul Haq3, Javed Iqbal4, Ilyas Ahmad4, Muhammad Aslam4 and Aiman Faiz3 

1Department of Soil and Environmental Science, Ghazi University, Dera Ghazi Khan, 32200, Pakistan; 2Department of Agronomy, Ghazi University, Dera Ghazi Khan, 32200, Pakistan; 3Institute of Soil and Environmental Sciences, University of Agriculture, Faisalabad 38040, Pakistan; 4Soil and Water Testing Laboratory, Dera Ghazi Khan, 32200, Pakistan.

mjanleghari@gmail.com  

Figure 1

Effect of FYM, compost and combined effect of FYM and compost on sympodial and Monopodial branches per plant of cotton genotypes.

Figure 2

Effect of FYM, compost and the combined effect of FYM and compost on boll per plant and lint percentage of cotton genotypes.

Figure 3

Effect of FYM, Compost and the combined effect of FYM and Compost on seed cotton and lint yield of cotton genotypes. 

Figure 4

Effect of FYM, Compost and the combined effect of FYM and Compost on plant height and seed cotton weight per boll of cotton genotypes. 

Figure 5

Effect of FYM, Compost and the combined effect of FYM and Compost on leaf N (g kg-1) and P concentration (g kg-1) of cotton genotypes. 

Figure 6

Effect of FYM, Compost and the combined effect of FYM and Compost on leaf K concentration (g kg-1) of cotton genotypes. 

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Pakistan Journal of Agricultural Research

June

Vol. 33, Iss. 2, Pages 192-421

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