I= INTEGRATED IMPACT OF NUTRIENT MANAGEMENT AND INTERCROPPING ON PHYSIO-AGRONOMIC RELATIONSHIP OF BARLEY AND ASSOCIATED CULTURES UNDER STRIP PLANTING GEOMETRY
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Title of Thesis
INTEGRATED IMPACT OF NUTRIENT MANAGEMENT AND INTERCROPPING ON PHYSIO-AGRONOMIC RELATIONSHIP OF BARLEY AND ASSOCIATED CULTURES UNDER STRIP PLANTING GEOMETRY

Author(s)
INTKHAB HAZOOR WALA
Institute/University/Department Details
Department of Agronomy/ University Of Agriculture, Faisalabad
Session
2008
Subject
Agronomy
Number of Pages
195
Keywords (Extracted from title, table of contents and abstract of thesis)
nutrient management, ntercropping, physio-agronomic relationship, barley, strip planting geometry, crop husbandry, gram, methra, linseed, canola

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S. No. Chapter Title of the Chapters Page Size (KB)
1 0 Contents
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2 1 Introduction
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3 2 Review Of Literature
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  2.1 Intercropping 11
  2.2 Fertilizer And Intercropping 22
  2.3 Fertiiizer 29
4 3 Materials And Methods
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  3.1 Site Characteristics 50
  3.2 Soil Analysis 50
  3.3 Agro-Meteorological Data 50
  3.4 Experiment And Treatments 50
  3.5 Layout 53
  3.6 Crop Husbandry 53
  3.7 Data Collection 57
  3.8 Observations Recorded 57
  3.9 Procedures Adopted For Recording Data 59
5 4 Results And Discussion
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  4.1 Experiment 69
  4.2 Performance Of Lentil In Intercropping System 113
  4.3 Performance Of Gram In Intercropping System 117
  4.4 Performance Of Methra In Intercropping System 121
  4.5 Performance Of Linseed In Intercropping System 124
  4.6 Performance Of Canola In Intercropping System 127
  4.7 Competition Functions 131
  4.8 Residual Soil Fertility 138
  4.9 Economic Analysis Of Different Barley-Based Intercropping Systems 141
  4.10 Dominance Analysis Of Different Intercropping Systems 147
  4.11 Marginal Analysis Of Different Intercropping Systems 147
  4.12 Sensitivity Analysis Of Different Intercropping 149
6 5 Summary 155
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  5.1 Conclusions 158
  5.2 Recommenda Nons 159
  5.3 Future Research Needs 160
7 6 Literature Cited 161
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