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Articles by M. Moniruzzaman
Total Records ( 2 ) for M. Moniruzzaman
  S.N. Mozumder , M. Moniruzzaman , M.R. Islam , S.M. Faisal and M.A.R. Sarkar
  An experiment was conducted in a split plot design with 8 irrigation levels with or without mulch to determine optimum level of irrigation or mulch of Dwarf French bean (Bushbean) during two consecutive cropping seasons. Straw mulch significantly increased plant height, number of pods per plant, pod yield and profitability. Irrigation influenced most of the yield attributes except pod size and number of seeds per pod. The maximum number of pods and Benefit Cost Ratio (BCR) (5.03) was obtained from fortnightly flood irrigation (6 mm) with mulch while maximum pod yield (19.77 t ha-1) was obtained from half-weekly sprinkler irrigation (3 mm). The lowest yield (10.87 t ha-1) was obtained from control (no irrigation) without mulch. There was no significant effect of irrigation and mulch on pod size and number of seeds per pod.
  M. Shahidul Islam , S.M. Munzur Murshed , M. Moniruzzaman and M. Abdul Baree
  The study was conducted in three selected villages of Ditpur union under Bhaluka upazila of Mymensingh district to determine the relative profitability of rice production with and without fish in rice-cum-fish farms. A stratified random sampling technique was followed. In total 60 farms were selected for the study. Gross cost of rice production with fish was Tk. 31702 ha -1 and without fish was Tk. 29121 ha -1 in rice-cum-fish farming. Cash expenses of rice production with and without fish were Tk. 14357 and 15219 ha -1, respectively. Net return above cash expenses of rice production with and without fish was Tk. 35160 and 19776 ha -1, respectively. Net return above full cost was Tk. 18670 and 5011 ha -1, respectively. So, rice production with fish was more profitable than without fish in rice-cum-fish farming. The study showed that lack of institutional credit, higher priced of inputs, lack of marketing knowledge regarding fish and rice cultivation, insufficient water in dry season, attack of diseases and theft of fish are the major problems facing the farmers. If these problems are immediately be solved, the yields of both rice and fish will possibly be increased tremendously.
 
 
 
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