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Articles by A.F.M.G. Faruque Hossain
Total Records ( 3 ) for A.F.M.G. Faruque Hossain
  Muhammad Kamrul Islam , Shah Md. Asraful Islam , Md. Harun-or-Rashid , A.F.M.G. Faruque Hossain and Mohammed Mahamodul Alom
  The experiment was carried out at the field laboratory of the Department of Crop Botany, Bangladesh Agricultural University, Mymensingh during the period from March 2002 to June 2002 to evaluate the effect of biofertilizer (Bradyrhizobium) and plant growth regulators (GA3 and IAA) on growth of summer mungbean (Vigna radiata L.). The experiment was laid out by RCBD with three replications and two factors (variety and treatment). There were altogether 12 treatment combinations. Most of the growth parameters such as number of branches plant-1, number of leaves plant-1, number of effective nodules plant-1, number of non-effective nodules plant-1, root dry weight plant-1, nodule dry weight plant-1 was the height due to the application of biofertilizer (Bradyrhizobium). On the other hand, plant height, leave dry weight plant-1, shoot dry weight plant-1 and total dry weight plant-1 was the height due to the application of plant growth regulators (GA3 and IAA). However, biofertilizer (Bradyrhizobium) and plant growth regulators (GA3 and IAA) showed statistically identical performance on Crop Growth Rate (CGR) and Relative Growth Rate (RGR). In addition, among the mungbean varieties, Binamoog-5 performed better than that of Binamoog-2 and Binamoog-4.
  Rumman Shafi Quaderi , Shah Md. Asraful Islam , A.F.M.G. Faruque Hossain , Md. Manzurul Hoque and Md. Shahidul Haque
  The study was carried out in the Field Laboratory of the Department of Crop Botany, Bangladesh Agricultural University, Mymensingh during the period from October 2000 to February 2001 to evaluate the influence of seed treatment with Indole Acetic Acid (IAA) by the concentration of 50 ppm, 100 ppm and 200 ppm on the growth, yield and yield contributing characters of two modern mungbean (Vigna radiata L.) varieties viz. Barimoog-4 and Barimoog-5. The two-factor experiment was laid out by Randomized Complete Block Design (RCBD) with 3 replications. In the experimental, seed treatment with 100 ppm IAA resulted the highest plant height, leaf area, leaf area index and number of seeds pod-1 (7.73). On the other hand, seed treatment with 200 ppm IAA resulted the highest Relative Growth Rate (RGR), Crop Growth Rate (CGR), Net Assimilation Rate (NAR), total dry matter, number of pods plant-1 (16.30), pod length (5.59 cm), fresh weight of pod plant-1 (13.00 g), dry weight of pod plant-1 (9.65 g), 1000-seed weight (40.10 g), seed yield plant-1 (4.99 g), harvest index (38.48). In addition, among the mungbean varieties, Binamoog-5 performed better than that of Binamoog-4.
  Md. Fazlul Haque , S.M. Asraful Islam , M. Moktar Alam , A.F.M.G. Faruque Hossain and M.K. Anam
  A field study was conducted to compare the efficacy of blue polythene hanging over the plant and spraying insecticide in reducing incidence and severity of okra mosaic under natural inoculated condition. Size of blue polythene strip was 0.04x3.5 m2 and six polythene strips were used per plot and the recommended dose of insecticide was 454 ml per acre. Blue polythene strips and insecticide reduced the infection of okra mosaic virus. The number of disease infected plants per plot and mosaic infected leaves per plant were the lowest and number of leaves per infected plant and plant height was the highest in the plots, where blue polythene strips were hanged and insecticide was sprayed followed by the spraying of insecticide and hanging of blue polythene strips. The number of disease infected plants per plot and mosaic infected leaves per plant were the highest and number of leaves per infected plant and plant height was the lowest in the control plots.
 
 
 
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