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Articles by A. M. Farooque
Total Records ( 3 ) for A. M. Farooque
  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.
  M. O. Hoque , A. M. Farooque , M. Robiul Alam , M. Akhtar Hossain , F. Islam and M. S.H . Molla
  The research work was conducted to determine the economic return with integrated use of manure and fertilizer on cabbage cultivation as main and ratoon crop. The highest total gross return (Tk. 181365 ha-1) were obtained from T11 treatment with cowdung (3.75 t ha-1), mustard oil cake (0.65 t ha-1) and poultry manure (2.13 t ha-1) plus N130 P28 K108 kg ha-1 i.e. ,1/4 (CD + MOC+PM+NPK) in both main and ratoon crop. While the lowest total gross return (Tk. 69610 ha-1) was found in control treatment. The treatment T11 was economically profitable than other treatment in respect of net return (Tk. 91648 ha-1 and Tk. 25953 ha-1) and benefit cost ratio (2.79 and 3.08) for main and ratoon crop, respectively. Total net return (Tk. 117601 ha-1) and benefit cost ratio (2.84) were also found to be higher in T11 treatment. While the lowest total net return (Tk. 17993 ha-1) and benefit cost ratio (1.33) were recorded in control (T0) treatment.
  S. A. Nashrin , A. M. Farooque , M. K. Siddiqua , M. M. Rahman and M. R. Khanam
  The experiment was conducted to study the effect of different levels of nitrogen and spacing on the growth and yield of Gimakalmi. Four nitrogen levels viz., 0, 30, 50 and 60 kg N/ha and four levels of spacing viz., 30 x 10 cm2, 30 x 15 cm2, 30 x 25 cm2 and 30 x 30 cm2, were included in this experiment. The maximum plant height, number of leaves per plant, number of branches per plant, fresh weight of leaves per plant, fresh weight of stems per plant, were observed in the above nitrogen application and plant spacing. The highest yield (6.10 t h‾1 ) was obtained at 60 kg N ha‾1 at 90 days after sowing (DAS), whereas the lowest yield 3.58 t/ha in control treatment. The maximum growth and yield of the plant were observed in 30 X 30 cm2 and 30 X 10cm2 spacing at all the dates of harvests. The highest yield 6.10 t ha‾1 was found at the closest spacing (30 X 10cm2) whereas the lowest yield 4.15 t ha‾1 in the widest spacing 30 X 30 cm2 at 90 DAS .
 
 
 
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