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Articles by A. K. M. Golam Sarwar
Total Records ( 2 ) for A. K. M. Golam Sarwar
  M. Raihanul Islam Chowdhury , A. K. M. Golam Sarwar and A. M. Farooque
  An experiment was conducted to find out the proper methods of urea application for maximizing the production of potato. All the studied parameters (Days required to 80% emergence, plant height, foliage coverage (%) per hill, number of stem per hill, fresh weight and dry weight of haulm, dry weight (%) of tuber, number of tuber per hill, yield of tuber per hill and yield of tuber per plot) were differed significantly (P<0.01) among the methods of urea application. Application of urea as 50 % basal + 50% top dressing produced the best result among the methods and it was found to be the most cost effective (1.99). It might be concluded that split application of urea (50% basal + 50% top dressing in two installment at 30 and 50 DAP) is the effective way to avoid the detrimental effect of urea on plant emergence and to maximize the tuber yield in Bangladesh.
  F. A. Hayder Talukder , Sontosh Chandra Chanda , A. K. M. Golam Sarwar , P.K. Bhander and M.N. Islam
  An experiment was conducted with Tossa Jute (Corchorus olitorius L.) cultivars O-9897 and O-4 to study the early vegetative growth and fibre yield. Both the cultivars showed congrous gain in plant height. Leaf spread increased up to 40 days and declined thereafter. Leaf number per plant, length and breadth of leaf increased with the increase in age of the plants. Total dry matter production per plant increased rapidly up to 30 days in both the cultivars. At the time of first harvest at 20 days after emergence (DAE), the leaf dry weight became double (2.37 g) as compared to that of the stem (1.31 g). Stem dry weight increased rapidly during the period of 20 to 30 days and thereafter the stem maintained higher dry weight till the senescence of the plant. The RGR, NAR and LAR were relatively higher at the early stage of growth and then began to decrease sharply with the increase in age of the plants in both the cultivars. Both RGR and NAR increased a little at 50 to 60 DAE. There were significant positive correlations between early growth attributes viz., plant height, leaf number per plant, length and breadth of leaf and LAI, and fibre yield. It is concluded that there is an ample scope of increasing fibre yield through vigourous vegetative growth at early stage.
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