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Articles by A. Nasreen
Total Records ( 2 ) for A. Nasreen
  M. Nazrul Islam , M. A. H. Talukder , M. L. Rahman , A. Nasreen , S. M. M. Ali and H. Banu
  Three indigenous plant extracts, pithraj, Aphanamixis polystachya, Aroids, Colocasia esculenta and water hyacinth, Eichhornia crassipes were evaluated for toxicity and repellent effect on adult beetle, Callosobruchus chinensis L. Aroid was found to be more effective than other plant extracts. The order of toxicity was aroid>pithraj>water hyacinth. All the plant extracts were found to be effective as repellent effect on the beetle. Aroid extracts have strong repellent effects followed by pithraj and water hyacinth. The water extract was more effective than acetone extracts.
  M.Y. Sarker , A.K. Azad , M.K. Hasan , A. Nasreen , Q. Naher and M. A. Baset
  The effect of plant spacing and different sources of nutrient was studied on the growth and yield of cabbage. The experiment was conducted with two plant spacings (60cm x 45 cm, 60cm x 60 cm) and four levels of nutrients (no fertilizer, organic manures, organic + inorganic fertilizers and inorganic fertilizers) in RCB design. Plant spacing had marked influence on the growth parameters like number of loose leaves per plant and diameter of head. The plant under closer spacing produced high marketable yield (64.38t ha -1) than wider spacing. Plants those received organic + inorganic fertilizers produced the highest marketable yield (79.01 t ha -1). The treatment combination of 60 cm x 45 cm spacing with organic + inorganic fertilizers gave the highest marketable yield (86.68 t ha -1) of cabbage.
 
 
 
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