I= AGRO-PHYSIOLOGICAL STUDIES IN SESAME-LEGUMES INTERCROPPING SYSTEMS UNDER DIFFERENT GEOMETRIC ARRANGEMENTS
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Title of Thesis
AGRO-PHYSIOLOGICAL STUDIES IN SESAME-LEGUMES INTERCROPPING SYSTEMS UNDER DIFFERENT GEOMETRIC ARRANGEMENTS

Author(s)
Iftikhar Hussain Bhatti
Institute/University/Department Details
Department of Agronomy/ University of Agriculture, Faisalabad
Session
2005
Subject
Agronomy
Number of Pages
180
Keywords (Extracted from title, table of contents and abstract of thesis)
sesame-legumes, intercropping, sesame-based intercropping, crop husbandry, mungbean, mashbean, soybean, cowpea

Abstract
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S. No. Chapter Title of the Chapters Page Size (KB)
1 0 Contents
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2 1 Introduction 1
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3 2 Review of literature 6
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  2.1 Growth 6
  2.2 Mixed/ Intercropping 7
  2.3 Sesame-based Intercropping 11
  2.4 Geometric Arrangements 23
  2.5 Physiological traits and Intercropping 36
  2.6 Competitive functions and intercropping 36
4 3 Materials and methods 40
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  3.1 Site characteristics 40
  3.2 Soil analysis 04
  3.3 Agro-meteorological data 40
  3.4 Experiments and treatments 40
  3.5 Layout 43
  3.6 Crop Husbandry 43
  3.7 Data Collection 48
  3.8 Observations 48
  3.9 Procedures adopted for recording data 50
5 4 Results and Discussion 61
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  4.1 Experiment 61
  4.2 Performance of mungbean in intercropping systems 98
  4.3 Performance of mashbean in intercropping systems 107
  4.4 Performance of soybean in intercropping systems 114
  4.5 Performance of Cowpea in intercropping systems 121
  4.6 Competition functions 129
  4.7 Agronomic advantages 133
  4.8 Residual soil fertility 139
  4.9 Economic analysis of different sesame-based intercropping systems 141
  4.10 Dominance analysis of different intercropping systems 146
  4.11 Marginal analysis of different intercropping systems 146
  4.12 Sensitivity analysis of different intercropping systems 148
6 5 Summary 154
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  5.1 Conclusion 157
  5.2 Recommendations 158
  5.3 Future research needs 159
7 6 Literature cited 160
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