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Articles by M.K. Anam
Total Records ( 5 ) for M.K. Anam
  A.K.M. Anowarul Hoque , M. R. Alam , Md. Nazrul Islam , M.K. Anam , M. Asad-ud-doullah and M.M. Hossain
  The study was conducted to determine the effect of seed cleaning and washing on the incidence of bacterial leaf blight (BLB) of rice cv. BR11. Six different treatments were used. They were farmer`s seeds clean seeds, diseased seeds, farmer`s seeds washed with tap water, farmer`s seeds washed with 20% brine solution and clean seeds washed with tap water. Three seed health testing methods namely paper rolled towel, cassette slide holder and liquid assay method were used for detection of BLB infection in seed. Seed health both before sowing and freshly harvested seeds from six different treatments were determined. Seedling vigour of clean seeds and brine solution washed seed were also higher than farmer`s seed and diseased seed. Xanthomonas oryzae pv. oryzae was identified through physiological, biological, serological, hypersensitive reaction and pathogencity tests in seeds of all treatments. Incidence of BLB in field plots were recorded at tillering stage and flag leaf stage. Maximum and minimum BLB disease was recorded in diseased seeds and brine solution washed seeds respectively for both situation.
  A. Begum , A. Ahad , M.O. Kaisar , M.M. Islam and M.K. Anam
  The experiment was conducted to find out morphological and reproductive variability in response to different sowing time and fertilizer treatments with two varieties of French bean under the agroclimatic conditions of Mymensingh, Bangladesh. Fertilizer treatments had significantly different effects on plant height, leaf number, leaf length and breath, days required for maximum flowering, number of flowers per plant and number of pods per plant. The interaction of sowing dates and varieties, had significant effects on the above characters except plant height. The best morphological and reproductive attributes performance were observed in January sowing and highest fertilizer treatments combination.
  A. Begum , A. Ahad , M.O. Kaisar , M.M. Islam and M.K. Anam
  The experiment was conducted to find out morphological and reproductive variability in response to different sowing dates and fertilizer treatments with two varieties of French bean under the agroclimatic conditions of Mymensingh, Bangladesh. The highest fertilizer treatment (90:50:120) produced the highest pod and seed yield per hectare. Fertilizer treatments had significantly different effects on pod length, number of seeds per pod, fresh pod weight per plant, dry seed weight per plant, pod yield and seed yield. The varieties differed significantly in respect to seed yield only. Yellow variety gave the highest seed yield per hectare. The January sowing gave the highest pod and seed yield. Seed sown in February failed to produce any fruit. The interaction of sowing dates and varieties had no significant effects on the above characters. The best morphological and reproductive characters performance were observed in January sowing and highest fertilizer treatments combination.
  Md. Fazlul Haque , S.M. Asraful Islam , M. Moktar Alam , A.F.M.G. Faruque Hossain and M.K. Anam
  A field study was conducted to compare the efficacy of blue polythene hanging over the plant and spraying insecticide in reducing incidence and severity of okra mosaic under natural inoculated condition. Size of blue polythene strip was 0.04x3.5 m2 and six polythene strips were used per plot and the recommended dose of insecticide was 454 ml per acre. Blue polythene strips and insecticide reduced the infection of okra mosaic virus. The number of disease infected plants per plot and mosaic infected leaves per plant were the lowest and number of leaves per infected plant and plant height was the highest in the plots, where blue polythene strips were hanged and insecticide was sprayed followed by the spraying of insecticide and hanging of blue polythene strips. The number of disease infected plants per plot and mosaic infected leaves per plant were the highest and number of leaves per infected plant and plant height was the lowest in the control plots.
  B.K. Mohanta , M.R. Alam , M.K. Anam , M.A. Habib and M.M. Alam
  Twenty-eight bred restored lines and four standard checks were screening for resistance to bacterial leaf blight (caused by Xanthomonas oryzae pv. oryzae), sheath rot (caused by Sarocladium oryzae), sheath blight (caused by Rhizoctonia solani), during the t. aman and boro season. The breakout and severity of percent leaf/sheath area diseased were recorded under natural infection. On the basis of disease intensity, one breeding line was found moderately resistant, 13 were moderately susceptible and 13 were susceptible and 5 were highly susceptible to BLB at t. aman season and at boro season, 5 were highly resistant, 5 were resistant, 12 were moderately resistant and 9 were moderately susceptible to BLB. In case of sheath rot, 6 were moderately resistant, 26 were moderately susceptible and 2 susceptible in t. aman season. One line was resistant, 14 moderately resistant and 17 were moderately susceptible to sheath rot in boro season. At t. aman season, 29 lines were resistant, 3 were moderately susceptible and at boro season, all cultivars including checks were resistant to sheath blight. Considering both seasons, the accession numbers 56, 57, 64, 66, 71 and 73 showed comparatively better performance against above mentioned three major rice diseases.
 
 
 
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