Effect of different levels of irrigation on yield and yield components of wheat cultivars.

@inproceedings{Sarwar2010EffectOD,
  title={Effect of different levels of irrigation on yield and yield components of wheat cultivars.},
  author={Nighat Sarwar and Muhammad Maqsood and Khuram Mubeen and Muhammad Asif Shehzad and Makhan Singh Bhullar and Rafi Qamar and Nusrat Akbar},
  year={2010}
}
-1 ) which was significantly higher than the other two cultivars. Wheat crop supplied with five irrigations at crown root + tillering + booting + earing + milking recorded the highest grain yield (5696.8 kg ha -1 ) which was significantly higher than all the other irrigation levels. At highest irrigation level I5, cultivars AS-2002 and SH-2002 produced grain yield at par but significantly higher than Aqab-2000. At all the other irrigation levels, cultivar AS2002 recorded significantly higher… CONTINUE READING

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