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Nitrogen Split Application Timing Effect on Wheat Intercrop with Selected Species for Sustainable Production

Nitrogen Split Application Timing Effect on Wheat Intercrop with Selected Species for Sustainable Production

Muhammad Salman Wazir and Mohammad Akmal 

Department of Agronomy, The University of Agriculture, Peshawar, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan.

akmal@aup.edu.pk 

Figure 1

Mean monthly maximum, minimum temperature (0C) and rainfall (mm) of the season observed during the crop growth. 

Figure 2

Relationship of soil total N at sowing, anthesis and crop harvest of field remains under wheat for grain yield (kg ha-1) with N split application (NS) for intercropped with other species. 

Figure 3

Wet gluten content (%) as affected by Nitrogen split application (NS) i.e. NS1: 50% N at seed bed and 50% N at tillering (70DAS) of the recommended 120 kgha-1 (right dark bars); NS2: 25% N at seedbed; 50% N at tillering (70DAS) and 25% N at anthesis (110 DAS) (light central bars); NS3: 25% N at seedbed, 25% N at tillering (70 DAS) and 50% N at anthesis (110 DAS) to wheat crop (left gray bars). 

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Sarhad Journal of Agriculture

June

Vol. 37, Iss. 2, Pages 331-713

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