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Yield co-efficients of wheat varieties planted at different depths and environments

Yield co-efficients of wheat varieties planted at different depths and environments

Sarhad Journal of Agriculture 14(6): 519-524

Four wheat cultivars were sown at 5 or 9 cm depth in a field trial at Peshawar, Pirsabak and Jamra in 1994/95. Grain yield and harvest index were highest at Pirsabak (mean yield 3.26 t/ha vs. 2.74-1.79 t).

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