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Articles by A.S.M. Iqbal Hussain
Total Records ( 2 ) for A.S.M. Iqbal Hussain
  Md. Motiar Rohman , A.S.M. Iqbal Hussain , Md. Saykhul Arifin , Zerin Akhter and Mirza Hasanuzzaman
  Phenotypic and genotypic variance, coefficient of variance, heritability, genetic advances, correlation coefficient and path coefficient analysis were conducted for yield and yield components in 82 genotypes of mungbean. High heritability estimates coupled with high genetic advance were observed for seed yield/plant, 100 grain weight, plant height, seed/pod and days to flowering. Yield was positive and significantly correlated with pod/plant, seed/pod and 100 grain weight. Pod/plant, seed/pod and 100 grain weight contributed maximum positive and direct effect on yield indicating these two traits should be given emphasis while selecting high yielding mungbean cultivar for rainfed conditions.
  M.A. Haque , M.M. Husain , D.E. Jharna , M.N. Uddin and A.S.M. Iqbal Hussain
  An on-farm experiment was conducted to know the performance of Leaf Color Chart (LCC) based N application in rice compared with conventional farmers practice during aman season 2002 in nine farmer ’ s field at Gazipur districts of Bangladesh. Nine rice genotypes were included in the experiment and each genotype was cultivated in each farmers plot. Basal application of fertilizer was made with P, K, S and Zn. Top dress of N was made according to the treatments. LCC based N application produced slightly higher but insignificant grain yield than conventional farmer’s N application practice. N use efficiency was much higher in LCC based N application. 19-37 kg Nha -1 was saved in LCC and it reduces disease and insect infestation in rice. It plays a positive role on environment by reducing the use of agrochemicals.
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