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Articles by M. Nazim Uddin
Total Records ( 3 ) for M. Nazim Uddin
  M.K. Hasan , M.A. Hussain , B.C. Kundu , D.A. Choudhury and M. Nazim Uddin
  The study was carried out to assess the input use pattern, comparative profitability and resource utilization to cabbage cultivation in different growing periods. The highest gross return as well as net return was obtained from pre-rabi period of cabbage cultivation. The lowest gross return and net loss was obtained from late-rabi period of cabbage cultivation. The study revealed that cabbage cultivation is more profitable in pre-rabi period and least profitable (actually negative profitable) in the late-rabi period. The benefit cost ratio was the highest for pre-rabi period in both variable cost and total cost basis. Return to labour was calculated highest for pre-rabi cultivation indicating best use of highest cost involvement input. Marginal rate of return was found 1667% for pre-rabi cultivation which implies that taka one hundred additional investment to pre-rabi rather than optimum-rabi will provide additional taka 1667 to the growers.
  S.R. Saha , M. Nazim Uddin , M.A. Rahman , S.M. Sharifuzzaman and A.K.M. Anwar Habib
  A study was conducted to optimize the time of sowing and stage of harvest of red amaranth during winter season to obtain higher yield without loss of palatability. It was observed that in November sowing, highest palatability (1.59) was achieved when harvested at 15 DAS. Harvesting at 20 days after sowing (DAS) was found to be suitable for November sowing considering economic yield as well as palatability. In December sowing had moderate palatability with leaf-stem ration 1.38. On the other hand, in January sowing when harvested at 30 DAS expressed acceptable leaf-stem ration (1.71). Therefore, considering yield and optimum palatability, harvesting of the crop should be done at 25 DAS in December sowing and 30 DAS in January sowing.
  L. Yasmin , M.H. Rashid , M. Nazim Uddin , M.S. Hossain , M.E. Hossain and M.U. Ahmed
  Extract of neem (Azadirachta indica.L) seed was used to control the root knot nematode Meloidogyne javanica of sweet gourd. Extract of neem seed was found to be leathal to the juvenile of M. javanica compared to the extracts of bark and leaf of neem. Pot experiment with standard `S` concentration of all the extracts both in side drench and root-dipping methods appeared to give significant suppression in root galling, L2 and L3 population of the nematode. Identical response among the treatments with respect of plant growth characters was attributed to the synthesis of less toxic metabolites in the immature neem seeds used in the study. Positive correlation between gall number and eggmass indicated higher activity of the nematode allowing more adult females to develop with the production of increased number of eggmasses.
 
 
 
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