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Articles by M.H. Rashid
Total Records ( 4 ) for M.H. Rashid
  M.H. Rashid , S.C. Samanta , P. Biswas , M.A. Mannan and A.K.M.M. Zaman
  An investigation was made to evaluate the performance of different wheat genotypes under late sown conditions (sowing date: December 15 and December 30) during 1999-2000. Grain yield (1.62 t ha-1) obtained from December 15 sowing were significantly higher than that of December 30 sowing (0.98 t ha-1). Different genotypes showed no significant variation in respect of grain yield. The interaction effect showed that plant height, ear length, no. of grains/ear and straw yield were significantly better in December 15 sowing than December 30 sowing while no. of effective tillers/plant and grain yield were not significantly influenced by date of sowing.
  M.K. Alam , M.H. Rashid , M.S. Hossain , M.A. Salam and M.A. Rouf
  Four different media namely- Hyponex, Murashige and Skoog (MS), OKF1 and Knudson C (KC), were tested for large scale multiplication of sympodial native orchid, Dendrobium transparens Wall. via seeds. MS medium was found to be best for characters studied in Dendrobium transparens, followed by Hyponex medium but OKF1 medium gave the least performance. Days required to seed germination was the minimum (50 days) in MS medium while the maximum days (59 days) was required by OKF1 medium. Considering other characteristics, such as days required to protocorm formation and plantlet development, number of leaves and roots per plantlet, plantlet height and root length and finally plant survivability percentage, MS medium showed significantly better performance for in vitro seed propagation of Dendrobium transparens.
  M.A. Quddus , M.H. Rashid , A.H. Khan , M. Ibrahim and A. Khatun
  Four improved cropping patterns, BRRIdhan28-Fallow-BRRIdhan30, BRRIdhan28-Fallow-BRRIdhan31, BRRIdhan29-Fallow-BRRIdhan30 and BRRIdhan29-Fallow-BRRIdhan31 were evaluated in the farmers field along with the farmers` existing major cropping patterns BR14-Fallow-BR11 and BR14-Fallow-Pajam in six blocks under Sadar, Kapasia and Sreepur Upazilas of Gazipur district. Grain yields of all the alternative improved cropping patterns were significantly higher than the farmers` existing cropping patterns in each site. In all locations, pattern BRRIdhan29-Fallow-BRRIdhan31 gave higher grain yield and higher gross margin compared to other tested patterns.
  M.H. Rashid , L. Yasmin , M.G. Kibria , A.K.M.S.R. Mollik and S.M. Monowar Hossain
  Twelve okra germplasms were screened for resistance to okra yellow vein mosaic virus (YVMV) under field conditions. Lines OK-292 and OK-285 showed resistant to YVMV in both season and OK 315, OK 316 and OK 317 were found tolerant. The highest yield per hectare found in the line OK-292 (18.00 t ha-1) followed by OK-285 (16 t ha-1) and line OK-310 produced the lowest yield (9.85 t ha-1) followed by pusa (9.95 t ha-1).
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