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Articles by M.J. Abedin Mian
Total Records ( 2 ) for M.J. Abedin Mian
  M.S.H. Khan , M.J. Abedin Mian , Afrin Akhter and M. Khosruzzaman
  The main objective of the experiment was to evaluate the impact of intensive fertilization and cropping on some physical and chemical properties of soil. Low bulk density and high pore volume remain in surface layer than the subsurface layer due to long-term fertilization. Laboratory experiment was carried out with soil samples (Sonaltola silt loam) from different depths of a permanent manurial experimental field of the Department of Soil Science, Bangladesh Agricultural University (BAU) farm, Mymensingh. Relatively low bulk and particle densities were found in FYM treated soil. Results showed that P and FYM are more effective in maintaining large aggregate in soils. Lowest amount of >2mm size aggregate and highest amount of 0.1-0.01 mm size aggregates were obtained in NS plot due to solubility of gypsum in water. Soils of surface layer were slightly acidic to neutral and the sub-surface layer was alkaline having pH values ranging from 6.81 to 7.11 and 7.48 to 7.85 in 0-10 and 10-20 cm layers respectively. The status of total organic matter, total nitrogen, available P and S also decreased with increasing depth although the status varied widely among the treatments and decreased due to treatments in which P was not included.
  S. Begum , M.M. Rahman , M.J. Abedin Mian , M.R. Islam and M. Uddin
  An investigation was undertaken to see the effect of added nitrogen supplied from poultry manure and urea-N on the growth, yield and nutrient uptake of BRRI Dhan 29 rice. There were eight treatments consisting of T0 (control), T1 (N100), T2 (PM5.0), T3 (N75 + PM1.25), T4 (N50 + PM2.5), T5 (N25 + PM3.75), T6 (PM7.5) and T7 (N120). Application of poultry manure alone or in combination with urea-N significantly increased the plant height, number of effective tillers hill-1, panicle length, number of grains panicle-1 and filled grains panicle-1 whereas 1000-grain weight varied insignificantly. The grain and straw yields increased significantly with different treatments and the highest yield was obtained with T6 treatment which was statistically at par with T5. The NPKS uptake was positively influenced by different treatments. Poultry manure was found the best source of N for rice. Application of poultry manure considerably increased the organic matter content, total N, available P, exchangeable K, available S and CEC of the post harvest soil and thus improved soil health.
 
 
 
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