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MANAGEMENT OF ORGANIC AND INORGANIC NITROGEN FOR DIFFERENT MAIZE VARIETIES

@inproceedings{Ali2011MANAGEMENTOO,
  title={MANAGEMENT OF ORGANIC AND INORGANIC NITROGEN FOR DIFFERENT MAIZE VARIETIES},
  author={Kawsar Ali and Fazal Munsif and Muhammad Zubair and Habib Akbar and Zahid Hussain and Muhammad Shahid and Iftikhar ud Din and Naushad Khan},
  year={2011}
}
Field trial to evaluate the response of different maize varieties to organic and inorganic nitrogen was conducted at Agricultural Research Farm, Agricultural University Peshawar during summer 2010. The experiment was consisted of eleven nitrogen treatments (Control, Nitrogen alone, FYM alone, Poultry manure alone, Green manure alone, 50% N (Urea) + 50% FYM, 50% N (Urea) + 50% PM, 50 % N (Urea) + 50% GM, 50% PM + 50% FYM, 50% PM + 50% GM and 50% GM + 50 % FYM) and two maize varieties (Azam and… 

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