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Articles by M. Biswas
Total Records ( 2 ) for M. Biswas
  M. Biswas , A.A. Begum , Ali Afzal , F. U. Mia and A. Hamid
  An experiment was conducted to determine optimum sowing time for different varieties of blackgram in Jamalpur region (AEZ-9) of Bangladesh. Pooled analysis exhibited a significant variation among the varieties in respect of seed yield. Barimash-3 produced the highest seed yield (977 kg/ha) which was statistically similar to that of Binamash-1 (960 kg/ha). Barimash-2 produced the lowest seed yield (866 kg/ha). Sowing dates exerted significant effect on seed yield. First sowing (31st August) produced significantly highest seed yield (1168 kg/ha) while the lowest seed yield (541 kg/ha) was found in the latest (28 September) sowing. Interaction also produced significant effect on seed yield. The highest seed yield (1225 kg/ha) was recorded from Barimash-3 with August sowing while the lowest (404 kg/ha) was found in Barimash-2 with Sep. 28 sowing. All varieties produced maximum seed yield with August sowing. Barimash-3 and Binamash-1 performed better than others with delayed sowing up to Sep. 14 during both years.
  M. Biswas , M.S. Alom , N.A. Mondol , F. Khatun , B.R. Banik and B.C. Kundu
  An experiment was conducted to find a suitable management practice to boost up the yield of late sown rapeseed-mustard. The results revealed that mustard variety "Dhali (Brassica campestris)" yielded the highest and it was significantly different from those of Daulat (B. juncea) and BARI sharisa-8 (B. napus). Seed yields of Daulat and BARI sarisha-8 were statistically similar. Three management practices (low, medium and high) were significantly different from each other in respect of seed yield. However, high management practice gave the highest seed yield and the low management practice yielded very poor. However, Dhali gave the highest gross return, net return and benefit cost ratio under high management practice. All the three varieties showed better performance in terms of economics under high management practices.
 
 
 
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