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Articles by M. K. Anam
Total Records ( 4 ) for M. K. Anam
  B.K. Mohanta , M.R. Alam , M.E. Kabir , M. K. Anam , Md. Kaisar Alam and M.A. Habib
  Twenty-eight bred restored lines and four standard checks were screening for resistance to blast disease of rice during the T. aman and boro season. The breakout and severity of per cent leaf area diseased were recorded under natural infection. On the basis of disease intensity, three were highly resistant, 12 resistant, 16 were moderately resistant and 1 was moderately susceptible at T. aman season and at boro season 3 line s were found to be highly resistant, 8 resistant, 17 moderately resistant and 4 were moderately susceptible. Wide range of variation was observed regarding resistance among the entries. Variations were also found on the basis of season. Considering both seasons, the accession numbers 56, 57, 64, 66, 71 and 73 showed comparatively better performance against above mentioned rice disease.
  A. S. M. Monjur Alam , K. M. Khalequzzaman , M. K. Anam , Nazrul Islam and G.M. M. Rahman
  This experiment was conducted to determine the effect of tree species associations with different orientations grown as intercrop with rice on the incidence of major rice diseases (Bacterial leaf blight, Blast, Sheath blight and Brown spot). Jhau-rice association developed least incidence of four major diseases and the highest disease severity was recorded in Sissoo-rice association. The highest and lowest severity were recorded in O3 and O0, respectively. Out of five tree-rice associations highest yield (4.345 t ha -1) was obtained in case of Jhau-rice (T2) association and lowest yield (2.550 t ha -1) was recorded in Sissoo-rice (T5) association. Regarding different orientations, The highest yield (5.486 t ha -1) was obtained from open field (O0-orientation) and the lowest yield (1.522 t ha -1) was recorded in North-1.5 meter from the tree base (O3).
  Md. Farid Ahmed , K. M. Khalequzzaman , Md. Nazrul Islam , M. K. Anam and M. Tahasinul Islam
  Twelve seed samples of rice were tested and all were found infected by Bipolaris oryzae the cause of brown spot disease. Highest (5.5%) and lowest (1.5%) incidence was found in sample of Bhabokhali and Mahozompur, respectively. Four plant extracts viz. biskatali (Polygonum hydropiper), onion (Allium cepa), garlic (Allium sativum) and neem (Azadirachta indica) were evaluated against Bipolaris oryzae. Among the plant extracts, neem and garlic were the most effective against Bipolaris oryzae at 1:1 dilution. All other plant extracts were also effective against Bipolaris oryzae at higher concentrations.
  Md. Farid Ahmed , K. M. Khalequzzaman , Md. Nazrul Islam , M. K. Anam and M. Tahasinul Islam
  Twelve seed samples of rice were tested and all were found infected by Bipolaris oryzae the cause of brown spot disease. Highest (5.5%) and lowest (1.5%) incidence was found in sample of Bhabokhali and Mahozompur, respectively. Four fungicides viz. Bavistin, Hinosan, Tilt 250 EC and Dithane M-45 were evaluated against Bipolaris oryzae. Dithane M-45 was the best with 100% reduction of the prevalence of the pathogen and inhibited the mycelial growth at 0.3% of the seed weight as seed treatments and 500 ppm as mycelial growth inhibition test followed by Tilt 250 EC, Hinosan and Bavistin. All test fungicides were effective against Bipolaris oryzae at higher concentration.
 
 
 
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