International Journal of Agriculture and Food Science
2019, Vol. 1, Issue 3
Response of irrigation and frequencies on the growth and productivity of Pumpkin (Cucurbita Pepo L.)
Ghulam Mustafa, Abdul Qadir Gola, Abdul Sami Khan Durrani, Barkat Ali, Mohammad Alamgeer Zimri, Asmat Ullah Mandokhail, Akmal Hussain, Muhammad busman Kasi
Pumpkin is rapidly gaining popularity dishes in Pakistan. Fruit seeds and leaves becoming popular due to their nutrients and medicinal properties. However the stress of water and irrigation harvesting the optimum yields of irrigation and frequencies on the growth and productivity of pumpkin. The experimental site at the Horticultural Garden, Sindh Agriculture University Tandojam Pakistan. The randomized complete Block design (RCBD) in three replications was setup the irrigation applied the plot and leaf harvesting and intensity. The plant soil applied On the NPK fertilizer rates in 75, 50 and 50 kg ha-1 respectively the potash and single super sulphur it gave the most important Including T1 at the 7 days irrigation, T2 at the 10 days irrigation, T3 at the 13 days irrigation, T4 at the 16 irrigation, T5 at the 19 irrigation and T6 at the 22 days irrigation interval. However the leaf of flowers and leaf growth and the quality of the irrigation increasing the effects of branching and flower.