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Articles by M. A. Kader
Total Records ( 3 ) for M. A. Kader
  M. Y. Sarker , Ferdouse Begum , M. K. Hasan , S. M. Raquibullah and M. A. Kader
  The experiment was conducted to know the effect of different source of nutrients and mulching on the growth and yield of cabbage. The experiment consisted of four levels of nutrients and three mulching. Sources of nutrients had significant effect on most of the parameters studied. The plants which received organic + inorganic fertilizers produced the highest (79.01 t ha-1) marketable yield, whereas plants having no fertilizer gave yield of 30.65 t ha-1. Mulching had no marked effect on harvest index, but had significant effect on rest of the parameters studied. The use of black polythene sheet mulch produced the highest marketable yield (70.24 t ha-1) and the lowest (45.13 t ha-1) in this respect was observed without mulch. The treatment combination of organic + inorganic fertilizers with black polythene sheet mulch gave the highest marketable yield (97.83 t ha-1) of cabbage.
  Ahmed, M. H. , M. A. Islam , M. A. Kader and M. P. Anwar
  A field experiment was conducted during the Kharif season (June to November) of 1998 at the Agronomy Field Laboratory, Bangladesh Agricultural University, Mymensingh to study the effect of point placement of urea super granule (USG) and broadcasting prilled urea (PU) as sources of N in Transplant aman rice. One hybrid variety (Hybrid rice 6201) and one modern inbred variety (BRRI Dhan 32) were included in the experiment. USG and PU were applied at 40, 80, 120 or 160 Kg N ha–1. A control (no N) treatment was also included in the experiment. Hybrid rice 6201 produced significantly longer panicle and higher number of total spikelets panicle–1 but showed poor performance regarding all other yield parameters. A considerable difference was noted between these two varieties in respect of spikelet sterility where Hybrid rice 6201 produced almost the double of sterile spikelets than that of BRRI Dhan 32 which ultimately led to inferior grain yield (3.25 t ha–1). On the other hand, BRRI Dhan 32 produced taller plants, higher number of effective tillers hill–1, grains panicle–1 and heavier grains which eventually contributed to higher grain yield (3.85 t ha–1). USG was more efficient than PU at all respective levels of nitrogen in producing all yield components and in turn, grain and straw yields. Placement of USG at 160 kg N ha–1 produced the highest grain yield (4.32 t ha–1) which was statistically identical to that obtained from 120 kg N ha–1 as USG and significantly superior to that obtained from any other level and source of N.
  Hasna M. K. , M. B. Meah and M. A. Kader
  Guava fruit weight loss owing to anthracnose (Colletotrichum gloebsporioides) severity was estimated on the basis of critical point model. Gradient of fruit anthracnose severity was created through varied levels of fungicide spray. Percent fruit weight loss ranged from 16.4% (Deshi) to 30.4% (Kazipeyara). Percent fruit weight loss was positively correlated with fruit anthracnose level. Regression coefficients in both cases were highly significant.
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