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Articles by M.A.K. Mian
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  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.
  M.A.K. Mian and J. Hossain
  A field experiment was conducted at the Regional Agricultural Research Station of Bangladesh Agricultural Research Institute, Jessore during early kharif season of 2009 and 2010 to observe the effect of nitrogen on the physiological basis of yield of mungbean at varying plant population. In the experiment, four nitrogen levels (N0, N40, N60 and N80 kg ha-1) were assigned in the main plots and three plant population (P30, P35 and P40 m-2) in the sub plots. The results revealed that mungbean showed better growth in N60 and N80 kg ha-1 representing higher values of CGR, TDM, LAI and plant height while N40 exhibited intermediate growth. Again, growth of mungbean was better in higher plant population (35-40 m-2) representing higher values of growth parameters. Seed yield of mungbean was obtained the highest (1908 kg ha-1) associated with the highest No. of pods plant-1 (29.98), seeds pod-1 (10.41) and 1000-seed weight (37.70 g) in N40 kg ha-1. Further, seed yield of mungbean was the highest (1919 kg ha-1) in plant population of 40 m-2. In interaction, seed yield was the highest (1963 kg ha-1) in N40 kg ha-1 with plant population of 40 m-2. The effect of applied nitrogen on the seed yield of mungbean can be explained 78% (R2 = 0.78) by this function (Y = 1540.70+16.069x-0.173x2). The optimum nitrogen level was 46 kg ha-1 by using the developed functional model and then the predicted seed yield of mungbean would be 1944 kg ha-1.
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