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Effect of different irrigation frequencies on the yield and yield components of wheat cultivars


, : Effect of different irrigation frequencies on the yield and yield components of wheat cultivars. Sarhad Journal of Agriculture 6(3): 209-212

An experiment was laid out to investigate the effect of various irrigation frequencies on the yield and yield components of wheat at Sindh Agriculture University, Tandojam during 1986-87. There were 3-irrigation levels viz., 5, 4 and 3 irrigation with different intervals, with 4-cultivars viz, M-141, M-154, M-5/84 and Pavon respectively. The irrigation frequencies had no significant effect on the grain yield of all the cultivars. Whereas in case of yield components under five irrigations, 1000-grain weight was maximum (46.77 gm) and was highly significantly affected by irrigation frequencies.

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