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Dr. Mohamed Ismail

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Period:  1983 - 1985

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Azza. R. Ahmed and Shahien M.M( 2018). Improvement of Loamy Sand Soil and Potato Plant Productivity under Integrated Organic and Inorganic Nitrogen Fertilizers.
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Abd El-Naby, S. S. M.1 and M. A. Mahmoud 2( 2018). Enhancing Irrigation Water Productivity of Rice Using Irrigation Intervals, Transplanting Methods and Weed Control in North Nile Delta
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Newest MSC. Thesis
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Amin Ismail Hasan ( 2014).
Evaluation Of Slow Release N-Fertilizers In Comparison With Others N- Fertilizers In Some Soils Of Egypt.
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Mona Fekry Ghazal ( 2014).
Biochemical Activities of Some Domestic Bacterial Isolates Against Some Root Rot Fungi Of Common Bean.
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Ibrahim Abdel Aziem El- Akhdar ( 2014).
Role Of Some N2- Fixing microorganisms On Wheat Productivity Under Salt Stress.
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Esam Sayed Kasem Zorkany( 2014).
Scheduling Irrigation of Corn (Zea Maize Using The Evaporation Pan Method under different potassium levels.
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Researches

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Ghazi, A.A and Attia E. A. ( 2016). Effect of chemical, bio fertilization and compost tea spraying on growth and productivity of Zantedeschia bulbs.Scientific J. of Flowers and Ornamental Plants. Vol. 3 (3): 147-166.
Abstract: A pot experiment was carried out during two successive seasons of 2013/2014 and 2014/2015 in a split design to determine if compost tea spraying and Enterobacter cloacae KX034162 inoculation under phosphorus fertilization levels influence plant development, rhizome weight and chemical constituents o
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Omara,A.A; Ghazi, A.A, El-Akhdar I.A. (( 2016). Isolation and Identification of Zinc Dissolving Bacteria and Their Potential on Growth of Zea maysEgypt. J. Microbiol. 51, pp.29 – 43.
Abstract: Twenty-five bacterial isolates were isolated from mature compost and evaluated for their solubilization potential of insoluble zinc oxide and zinc carbonate. An efficient zinc-solubilizing bacterial isolate (Zn14) were chosen. Thereafter, some morphological and biochemical characteristics as well a
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Ewis, M. M. ; K.M. Abd El-Latif and M. I. Badawi ( 2016). Response of Maize (Zea mays L.) to Moisture Stress under Different NitrogenJ.Soil Sci. and Agric. Eng., Mansoura Univ., Vol. 7(11):865 – 872
Abstract: Two field experiments were conducted at Farm of Sids Agricultural Research Station, Egypt, during 2013 and 2014 seasons to study the effect of different irrigation regimes (I1 = 100 %, I2 = 85 % and I3 = 70 % from irrigation requirements) and nitrogen levels (90, 120 and 150 kg N fed-1) on maize gro
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Badawi, M. I A.; A. A. Abdelkhalek,; Kh. M. Abd EL-Latif ; S. A. Ali and S. M. M. Abdou ( 2016). Evaluating water productivity of sunflower crop under different locations in EgyptMenoufia J. Soil Sci., Vol. 1 October (2016): 147 – 162
Abstract: The present trial was conducted through 2014 in order to determine the impacts of sowing dates and irrigation intervals on sunflower seed production under different Egyptian locations. Seed productivity, crop water use and water productivity (WP) were considered in order to determine the most proper
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Nahed, M. Rashed and E.A. Moursi ( 2016). Effect of skipping one irrigation during different growth stages and foliar application of micronutrients on roselle (Hibiscus Sabdariffa, L.) plants and some water relations in heavy clay soilsEgypt. J. Agric. Res. Kafr El-Sheikh Univ., 2016, 42 (1), 82-108
Abstract: Water considers the most important component of life, it is rapidly becoming a critically short commodity for humans and crop production. Drought is one of the major a biotic stresses in agriculture worldwide. In order to study the effect of water stress (skipping one irrigation at vegetative, flowe
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Moursi, E.A and M.A.M.Soliman ( 2016). Effect Of Drip Irrigation On Peach Trees Grown In Heavy Clay SoiJ, of Soil Science and Agricultural Engineering. Mansoura Univ. 2016, Vol. 6 (7): 881 -901
Abstract: The present investigation was conducted during the two successive growing seasons 2013 and 2014 at a private farm located at Sidi Salem District , Kafr EL-Sheikh Governorate to study the effect of drip irrigation technique on peach trees productivity and some water relations in heavy clay soils .
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Darwesh, R.Kh.;Mona A.M. EL-Mansoury and Moshira A .El-Shamy ( 2016). Effect of irrigation scheduling on sunflower/ forage cowpea intercropping pattern, growth,yield and its components. J.Soil Sci. and Agric. Eng., Mansoura Univ., Vol. 7 (2):135 -146, 2016 ABSTRACT
Abstract: A field experiment was conducted at Sakha Agricultural Research Station Farm, Kafr El-Sheikh Governorate, during the two growing seasons 2013 and 2014 to study the effect of irrigation scheduling; irrigation at 50 (I1), 65(I2) and 80% (I3) of accumulative pan evaporation (APE) and four systems of
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Darwesh, R.Kh. ; A.A. Abdelkhalek and M.A.M. Ibrahim ( 2016). Rice varieties as affected with different irrigation periods and submerged depths in the north Nile delta region J.Soil Sci. and Agric. Eng., Mansoura Univ., Vol. 7 (2): 155 -168.
Abstract: A field experiment was conducted at Sakha Agricultural Research Station Farm during the two growing seasons 2013 and 2014 to study the he effect of irrigation period, depth and cultivar on yield and water parameters for rice (Oryza sativa L.). The site located at Kafr EL Sheikh Governorate, Middle N
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Abdel-Halim, A. K. 1 and M. M. Ramadan2 ( 2016). Response of cantaloupe yield, yield components and quality to irrigation rates and soil amendments under drip irrigation in calcareous soilsJ. Soil Sci. and Agric. Eng., Mansoura Univ., Vol. 7 (12): 887 - 893.
Abstract: A two-season field experiment was carried out in the newly reclaimed calcareous soils of the Horticulture Research Station at Nubaria region during 2010 and 2011 summer seasons. The objectives of this research were to study the effect of two irrigation rates and five soil amendments treatments on ca
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Noreldin, T., Ouda, S. and Amer, A. ( 2016). Agro-climatic zoning in Egypt to improve irrigation water management.Journal of Water and Land Development. 31(X–XII):113–117. No 31, DOI: 10.1515/jwld-2016-0001.
Abstract: The objective of this paper was to develop agro-climatic zones in the old cultivated lands of Egypt in the Nile Delta and Valley using climate normals from 1985–2014 to facilitate better irrigation water management under water scarcity conditions. 30-yearmonthly climate data were collected for 1
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Ouda, S., Ewise, M, and Noreldin, T. ( 2016). Projection of productivity of cultivated crops in rain fed areas in Egypt under climate change.Cogent Journal of Food and Agriculture. 2:1-13. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/23311932.2015.1136256
Abstract: Rain-fed agriculture exists in North Sinai and Marsa Matrouh in Egypt. The objective of this paper was to close the gap in our understanding on how climate would affect agricultural sustainability in rain-fed area. To implement that, integrated modeling approach was used. BISm and Yield–Stress mod
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Ebtsam M. Morsy ( 2015). Efficiency of Free and Encapsulated Yeast Strains as PGRs Producers on Faba bean Plants.Middle East Journal of Applied Sciences. Volume : 05 | Issue : 02 |, Pages: 534-542.
Abstract: Twenty two yeast isolates from the rhizosphere of plants in different localities were tested to produce plant growth promoting substances and mobilized phosphate from insoluble tri-calcium phosphate. Three isolates have the ability to produce high amounts of plant growth regulators (PGRs) were selec
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Nashwa A.H. Fetyan, Massoud, O.N., Ebtsam, M. Morsy and Khalil. H.M. ( 2015). Biological Evaluation of Soil Cultivated with Egyptian Clover (Trifolium alexndrinum L.) though Long Term Trial at Bahtim Region, Egypt. Middle East Journal of Applied Sciences. Volume : 05 | Issue : 02 |, Pages: 515-525
Abstract: Long-term experiments are leading indicators of sustainability and serve as an early warning system to detect problems that threaten the future productivity. Soil quality assessment is considered as a tool for evaluating the sustainability of soil management practices. In a long-term crop rotation e
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Osman, E.A.M.; A.A . Swelam and Sheren, N. Nathan ( 2015). Effect of previous crop and n- rate on productivity and economic evaluation of growing bread wheat using raised bed technique J.Soil Sci. and Agric. Eng., Mansoura Univ., Vol. 6 (5), May, 2015
Abstract: This study was carried out at different locations (on farmers’ fields) in Sharqia Governorate, Egypt, during 2012/2013 season to find out the effect of previous crop (rice, cowpea, cotton and maize), planting methods (traditional and raised bed) and nitrogen fertilizer rate (120 and 180 kg N ha-1)
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Seham M. Abd El-Azeem and Seham Y. M. Abo-Steet( 2015). Effect of sulphur application on soil improvemet and wheat productionMinufiya J. Agric. Res. Vol.40 No. 1(2): 229 - 237
Abstract: A field experiment was carried out on winter season 2012/ 2013 with wheat (Bani swif 1) grown on a clayey soil at Sids Agric. Res. Station to study the effect of sulphur (S) application and micronutrients (Mi) i.e. Fe, Zn, Mn and Cu on some properties of soil and available macronutrients in soil a
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