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Articles by M. I. U. Mollah
Total Records ( 2 ) for M. I. U. Mollah
  Amina Khatun , M. H. Rashid , M. I. U. Mollah , A. H. Khan , M. S. Islam and N. E. Elahi
  An experiment on intercropping of potato, bushbean and edible poded pea with wheat at different row ratios was conducted in the irrigated upland ecosystem to study the agronomic and economic productivity and advantages of intercropping as compared to sole cropping. Intercropping of potato with wheat at 2:5 row ratio gave significantly higher wheat equivalent yield (WEY), higher land equivalent ratio (LER), higher gross return and benefit cost ratio followed by the same intercropping at 3:8 row ratio. On the other hand, competitive ratio was lower when potato was intercropped with wheat at the 3:8 row ratio followed by the same intercropping at 2:5 ratio. On an average intercropping of potato with wheat at 2:5 row ratio indicated the advantage of intercropping than those of other tested crops at different row ratios and sole cropping.
  M. I. U. Mollah , A. Khatun , M. M. Alam , A. H. Khan and N. E. Elahi
  A field experiment of hedgerow intercropping of pigeonpea with rice and mungbean followed by blackgram and groundnut, respectively, as alley crops was conducted to determine the effect of hedgerow crop on the yield of alley crops, the productivity of hedgerow crop and its contribution to the alley crops. Alley cropping of rice-blackgram and mungbean-groundnut crop sequences with 1.5 and 2.5 m hedgerow distance of pigeonpea along with sole cropping sequences were evaluated. Grain yield of all crops were affected by hedgerow intercropping systems. Significantly highest rice equivalent yields and gross returns were obtained by hedgerow intercropping systems with 2.5 m hedgerow distance for both the crop sequences in both 1995 and 1996. The highest gross margin and the highest benefit-cost ratio (BCR) were resulted from hedgerow intercropping at 2.5 m distance with rice-blackgram crop sequence and the system was found profitable.
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