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Articles by M. Shamsul Haque
Total Records ( 4 ) for M. Shamsul Haque
  M. Shamsul Haque , M. Asaduzzaman , Firoza Akhter , M. A. Samad , Taher Baksh and Zakaria Ahmed
  Harvesting jute plants leaving 1``, 2", 3", 4", 5" and 6" from the basal portion in the soil and retted separately, produced significant effect on the production of jute cutting and fibre quality. Harvesting plants leaving 4"-6" from the soil eliminated cutting completely and produced A-grade fibre. But harvesting plants leaving 4"-6" of basal portion in the soil apprehend loss of fibre weight.
  M. Shamsul Haque , M. Asaduzzaman , Firoza Akhter , M. M. Hossain and Zakaria Ahmed
  An experiment was conducted in laboratory condition maintaining the ratio of plant stems and water at the range of 1:5, 1:10, 1:15, 1:20, 1:25 and 1:30 at a temperature 30°C. The best retting phenomena was observed at the ratio of 1:20. After the completion of retting in each ratio, fibre properties were measured and the best fibre was obtained at the ratio of 1:20. In the Retting top and bottom parts of the jute plants separately and malleting 40 cm of the basal part improved the fibre quality and showed more or less uniform retting. The cutting was completely eliminated through malleting and separately retting top and the bottom parts of the jute plants.
  Firoza Akhter , Zakaria Ahmed , Hasina Banu and M. Shamsul Haque
  Jute retting was conducted in the corner of rice filed by making artificial ditches. Retting could be efficiently conducted in the rice field. The fibres produced there of were also of good quality and as the ribbons were retted, the percentage of cutting in the basal parts were also very nominal. The fertilizer value of the retting effluent was tested on three vegetable crops of cabbage, brinzzal and tomato. In all the cases, retting effluent showed better yield than the control. The tithe of the soil was also increased.
  M. Shamsul Haque , Zakaria Ahmed , Md. Asaduzzaman , M. A. Quashem and Firoza Akhter
  Microbial population varies from place to place in the jute growing areas of Bangladesh. Fungal load was higher in post retting water. The addition of post retting microbes in retting test, in vitro, accelerated the retting. Retting period was almost half in treatment with microbes from post retting water than that of pre-retting water. Chemical properties of post retting water was within the range of environmental control.
 
 
 
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