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  M. Y. Sarker , Ferdouse Begum , M. K. Hasan , S. M. Raquibullah and M. A. Kader
  The experiment was conducted to know the effect of different source of nutrients and mulching on the growth and yield of cabbage. The experiment consisted of four levels of nutrients and three mulching. Sources of nutrients had significant effect on most of the parameters studied. The plants which received organic + inorganic fertilizers produced the highest (79.01 t ha-1) marketable yield, whereas plants having no fertilizer gave yield of 30.65 t ha-1. Mulching had no marked effect on harvest index, but had significant effect on rest of the parameters studied. The use of black polythene sheet mulch produced the highest marketable yield (70.24 t ha-1) and the lowest (45.13 t ha-1) in this respect was observed without mulch. The treatment combination of organic + inorganic fertilizers with black polythene sheet mulch gave the highest marketable yield (97.83 t ha-1) of cabbage.
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