volume 50, issue 2, P5-20 2017
DOI: 10.1515/cerce-2017-0011
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T. Shah, A.Z. Khan, M. Numan, W. Ahmad, M. Zahoor, M. Ullah, A. Jalal

Abstract: Water stress experienced by a wheat crop during growth is recognized to have accumulative effect stated as a decline in total biomass over well water potential. The yield and nutrient uptake performance of two wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) varieties (Pirsabak-2013 and Atta Habib) to foliar feeding of 2% potassium (K) at three various growth phases (Zadoks GS-22, Zadoks GS-60 and Zadoks GS-73) was explored under water restricted environment in a wire house trial at the Agriculture Research Station, Harichand, Ch…

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