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Optimizing Nitrogen Sources and Tillage Practices for Wheat Crop Stand and Phenology

Optimizing Nitrogen Sources and Tillage Practices for Wheat Crop Stand and Phenology

Arsalan Khan1, Aminullah Khan2, Dil Fayaz Khan2, Sajid Khan1, Anjum1, Waqar Ali3, Habib Akbar1 and Ahmad Khan1*
 
 

1Department of Agronomy, The University of Agriculture Peshawar, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan; 2Agriculture Research Station Perdal Khel Bannu, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan; 3Department of Biotechnology, The University of Malakand, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan.


*Correspondence | Ahmad Khan, Department of Agronomy, The University of Agriculture Peshawar, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan; Email: ahmad0936@yahoo.com 

Figure 1:

The interactive response for emergence m-2 of wheat in response to tillage system (ST: Shallow; CT: Conventional; DT: Deep tillage) and nitrogen treatments (N0: Control; N1: 100% N from Urea; N2: 100% N from FYM; N3: 100% N from PM; N4: 50% N from Urea + 50% N from FYM; N5: 50% N from Urea + 50% N from PM; N6: 50% N from FYM + 50% N from PM; N7: 33.33% from each). Vertical bars are standard error of means.

Figure 2:

The interactive response for tiller m-2 of wheat in response to tillage system (ST: Shallow; CT: Conventional; DT: Deep tillage) and nitrogen treatments (N0: Control; N1: 100% N from Urea; N2: 100% N from FYM; N3: 100% N from PM; N4: 50% N from Urea + 50% N from FYM; N5: 50% N from Urea + 50% N from PM; N6: 50% N from FYM + 50% N from PM; N7: 33.33% from each). Vertical bars are standard error of means.

Sarhad Journal of Agriculture

June

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

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