September 2014 - Vol 97 No 3

No-Till with Optimum N Fertilization Produces High Cotton Lint Yield and Improves N Efficiency in Wheat-Cotton Cropping System

Niamatullah Khan, Khalid Usman, Fazal Yazdan, Abdus Subhan, Hayatullah Khan, Saleem ud Din, Sadia Gull

Rice Grain Yield and Weed Growth as Affected by Plant Density and Pretilachlor Rate

Hashem Aminpanah, Peyman Sharifi, Ali Mohaddesi, Abouzar Abbasia, Milad Javadi

Nitrification Inhibition Potential of Various Leaf Extracts

Rashid Mahmood, Ahmad Ali Shahid, Anam Usmani, Muhammad Saleem Haider, Sajid Ali

Effect of Sowing Dates and Weed Control Methods on Weed Infestation, Growth and Yield of Direct-Seeded Rice

Ehsanullah, Shakeel Ahmad Anjum, Umair Ashraf, Hamid Rafiq, Mohsin Tanveer, Imran Khan



COVER PHOTOGRAPH:

From the article of Laarni Grace M. Corales et al. (2014), p. 217–228 Banana is the most important fruit crop in the Philippines, ranking first in terms of production and area harvested. Musa acuminata Colla cv. Lakatan and Musa balbisiana Colla cv. Saba are two of the most popular banana cultivars in the Philippine local market and yet, molecular studies on these cultivars are limited. Several cDNA isoforms of the MADS2 gene, which is involved in developmental regulation of fruit ripening, were isolated and characterized in ‘Lakatan’ and ‘Saba’ to gain insights on the ripening process of these cultivars.

{Photograph courtesy of Ms. Laarni Grace M. Corales, Institute of Plant Breeding, Crop Science Cluster, College of Agriculture, University of the Philippines Los Baños, College, Laguna 4031, Philippines}

Cover Design: Leslie G. Bolaños

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