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Articles by M.A.H. Talukder
Total Records ( 2 ) for M.A.H. Talukder
  M. Moniruzzaman , S.M. Faisal , M.A.R. Sarkar , M. Ismail Hossain , M. Afsar Ali and M.A.H. Talukder
  A field experiment on cauliflower (var. Rupa) was conducted in two consecutive years from November 2000 to March 2002 in sandy clay loam soil at the Agricultural Research Station, Raikhali, Rangamati Hill District to observe the effect of irrigation and mulch materials on its yield, yield attributes and profitability. Twenty combinations of treatments consisting of four levels of irrigation (no irrigation = control, irrigation at 7, irrigation at 14 and irrigation at 21 days interval) and five levels of mulching (non mulch (control), black polythene mulch, rice straw mulch, sun grass mulch and mango leaves’ mulch) were used for this trial. Irrigation at 7 days interval and mulching with black polythene independently as well as in combination produced maximum values for yield attributes and marketable yield of cauliflower. The highest curd yields of 30.38 and 29.40 t ha-1 were obtained from 7 days irrigation interval with black polythene mulch in 2000-01 and 2001-02, respectively. The lowest curd yields of 10.50 and 10.04 t ha-1 were obtained from without irrigation and mulching in 2000-01 and 2001-02, respectively. Seven days interval irrigation and mulching with forest leaves (mango leaves) in combination gave the highest benefit cost ratio (6.51) closely followed by 14 days interval irrigation with the same mulch (6.48). But maximum marginal rate of return (1156.89%) was recorded from the combination of 14 days interval irrigation and mulching by mango leaves followed by irrigation at 21 days interval with the same type of mulch (936.92%).
  M.A.H. Talukder , M.A. Mannaf , M.K. Alam , M.A. Salam and M.M.U. Amin
  A study was under taken to find out the effect of sowing time; spacing and picking interval on yield and yield components of okra (BARI Dherosh-1). Green pod yield was significantly higher when crop was sown on April (18.92 t ha–1) than March sown crop (16.24 t ha–1). Significantly highest yield (20.99 t ha–1) was recorded at closer spacing (60 x 30 cm2) than wider spacings. Yield was gradually decreased with increasing picking interval. Higher yield was obtained at 2 days picking interval (21.74 t ha–1), which was statistically similar to 3 days picking interval (19.53 t ha–1). Interaction among the effects of sowing times, spacing and picking interval on yield and yield components were found significant except interaction of sowing time with picking interval. The results showed that 2 or 3 days picking interval with closer spacing (60 x 30 cm2) sown in April were found higher yield (24.94 and 23.79 t ha–1, respectively) in okra (var. BARI Dherosh-1).
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