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Articles by M. Shahidul Islam
Total Records ( 2 ) for M. Shahidul Islam
  A.Yousuf Mian , M.M. Rahman , M.A.K. Mian , M.M. Hossain , M. S. Islam and M. Shahidul Islam
  Study the yield of ten new teasle gourd genotypes grown on different trellis with a view to identify a high yielding variety and an acceptable trellis suitable for easy hand pollination. Among ten genotypes developed through inter and intra sexual crosses, the genotypes TG 920722 were found superior and produced significantly higher yield (7.47 kg/plant) than all other genotypes. Different types of trellis e.g. Upright konchee trellis, Flat bamboo trellis and Vertical rope net trellis significantly influenced the yield attributes of teasle gourd genotypes. The vertical rope net trellis gave better results than all other trellis in respect of success of fruit setting, fruit length, fruit diameter, individual fruit weight, number of fruit per plant and fruit yield per plant.
  F. A. Hayder Talukder , Sontosh Chandra Chanda , M. Shahidul Islam and A. K. M. Golam Sarwar
  An experiment was conducted at Agronomy Division, Bangladesh Jute Research Institute, Dhaka in 1997 and 1998 with white jute (Corchorus capsularis L.) varieties CVL-1 and CVE-3 to study the seed filling period and attainment of physiological maturity of white jute seeds and its effect on seed quality attributes. In white jute, physiological maturity of seed attains at 60 days after anthesis irrespective of variety and there was significant positive correlation between seed filling period and seed quality attributes. Seed filling period (SFP) and effective seed filling period (ESFP) were 36 and 21.2 days in both the varieties respectively. The single seed filling rate (SSFR) was 0.08 mg/seed/day and total seed sink filling rate (TSSFR) was 10.25 kg/ha/day in both the varieties also. A significant positive correlation among the seed attributes with the seedling dry weight, vigour and emergence percentage in both CVL-1 and CVE-3 indicated that germination percentage and emergence percentage influenced crop establishment.
 
 
 
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