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Articles by A. B. Siddique
Total Records ( 3 ) for A. B. Siddique
  M. M. Rahman , M. Hussain , M. M. Hussain , Masroor Anwer , A. B. Siddique and M. Nuruzzaman
  An investigation was made at farmers level of Kishoregonj and Manikganj, the two important jute growing areas of Bangladesh in order to enumerate the water management status in jute production in terms of farmers actual practices and their feeling of need about the same. Results revealed that average 64% farmers at Kishoregonj and 69% at Manikganj felt the necessity of irrigation, whereas 13 and 40% farmers at Kishoregonj and Manikganj actually practiced the same respectively. Similarly, 79 and 70% of farmers at Kishoregonj and Manikganj respectively felt the necessity of draining out the excess water from their jute field but 70 and 52% farmers actually practiced the same respectively. The difference between farmers feeling and actual practice on irrigation was wide while the difference between farmers feeling and actual practice on draining out the excess water was narrow which clearly showed the importance of drainage over irrigation in jute production at farmers level. But the statistical significant difference between feeling need and actual practice for improved water management are yet to prevalent over what farmers got from their forefathers.
  A. B. Siddique , D. Wright and S. M. Mahbub Ali
  This experiment was conducted to test a range of sowing dates, between 01.03.99 and 07.06.99 and in this way covering a wide range of environmental situations. Seed yield, yield component and different development periods of peas were measured. It was found that seed yield generally decreased in delayed sowing. Decrease of yield in delayed sowing was due to decreases in all yield components. The effects were significant for number of seeds per m2, number of seeds per plant and number of seeds per pod but not for number of pods per m2 and per plant.
  A. B. Siddique , D. Wright , S. M. M. Ali and A. F. Mollah
  This experiment was conducted to test a range of sowing dates, between 01.03.99 and 07.06.99 and in this way covering a wide range of environmental situations. Seed yield, yield component and different development periods of flax were measured and compared. It was found that seed yield generally decreased by delayed sowing. The effects were significant for number of seeds per m2, number of capsules per plant, number of seeds per plant and number of seeds per capsule but not for number of capsules per m2
 
 
 
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