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Profitability and Physiological Traits of Canola as Affected by Various Green Manure Management Scenarios and Inorganic Nitrogen Application

Profitability and Physiological Traits of Canola as Affected by Various Green Manure Management Scenarios and Inorganic Nitrogen Application

Khalid Ali1*, Amanullah Jan2

1Agriculture Research Institute (ARI) Tarnab-Peshawar, Pakistan; 2Department of Agronomy, The University of Agriculture, Peshawar-Pakistan.

Email: Sweet_agrarian@yahoo.com

Figure 1

Ten (10) years mean monthly rainfall (mm), Minimum and maximum temperature (°C) during the growing seasons 2011-12 and 2012-13, respectively

Figure 2

Interaction between C x GM x N for leaf area index of canola

Figure 3

Interaction between AGM x C x N for leaf area index of canola

Figure 4

Interaction between AGM x C for crop growth rate (g m-2 d-1) of canola

Figure 5

Interaction between GM x N for crop growth rate (g m-2 d-1) of canola

Figure 6

Interaction between AGM x N for crop growth rate (g m-2 d-1) of canola

Figure 7

Interaction between C x N for crop growth rate (g m-2 d-1) of canola 

Figure 8

Interaction between C x GM x N for crop growth rate (g m-2 d-1) of canola

Figure 9

Interaction between AGM x C x N for crop growth rate (g m-2 d-1) of canola

Figure 10

Interaction between C x GM for seed yield (kg ha-1) of canola

Figure 11

Interaction between AGM x C x N for seed yield (kg ha-1) of canola

Figure 12

Interaction between GM x N for harvest Index (%) of canola

CGR calculation formula

Sarhad Journal of Agriculture

December

Vol. 37, Iss. 4, Pages 1098-1499

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