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Articles by M.K. Begum
Total Records ( 3 ) for M.K. Begum
  K.M. Hasan , M.K. Begum , M.Salim and N. Islam
  The performance of Ronster 25EC, Setoff 20WG and Golteer 5G at different rates as herbicide in comparison to each other in BR-11 variety of aman rice was investigated. Twelve weeds species belonging to seven families were found to grow and infest the experimental crops of which Angta, Panikachu, Matichaisa and Joina were dominant in respect of population density. Ronstar 25EC @ 1.0 l ha-1 was most effective in controlling weeds (64.21%). However, the epicacy of Ronstar25EC at the rate of 2.0 l ha-1 was more or less identical (62.44%) with that of Ronstar 25EC @ 1.0 l ha-1.
  M.K. Begum , K.M. Hasan , S.M.A. Hossain and M.A. Hossain
  In ratoon, crop cutting height of culm at above 15 cm was found to be favourable for plant attributes especially 1000 grains weight, grain yield and straw yield. On the other hand, 120 kg N ha-1 noticed for the tallest plant, the highest bearing tillers hill-1, sterile spikelets panicle-1, 1000 grains weight, grain yield and straw yield. In treatment combination of 15 cm culm cutting height of culm and 120 kg N ha-1 was found to produce also the highest grain yield. The highest grain yield (1.56 t ha-1) resulted from ratoon crop was 25.16% of the primary crop. The yield and most of the other plant attributes were lower and field duration was also shorter in ratoon crop than those of the primary crop.
  M. Fida Hasan , M.R. Alam , M.A. Jabber , M.K. Begum and M.A.S. Miah
  Chemical quality and yield performance were studied in six new sugarcane genotypes at normal and water-logging condition. The highest chemical indices, Brix % (22.20) and pol % (20.53) were found in January’ 2002 in I-93/93 and I-110/93 respectively and the lowest in I-39/94 (Brix %: 14.93; pol %: 12.52) at water-logged cultivated cane in all months. The highest of purity % (95.79) and recovery % (13.05) were found in I-110/93 in the month December 2001 and January’ 2002 respectively and the lowest in Isd 20 (purity % : 77.44; recovery % 6.49 in September 2001) at water-logged and normal cultivated cane respectively. The highest R.S. % (1.51) was found in I-39/94 in all months and the lowest in I-110/93 (0.09) at water-logged cultivated cane. Result showed that the highest tiller (183.3×1000 ha–1 in I-110/93), millable cane (117.8×1000 ha–1 in I-8/95), Yield (162.8 t ha–1 in I-8/95) and TSH (16.63 ton sugar ha–1 in I-110/93) were found in normal cultivated and the lowest were found in water-logged cultivated sugarcane (tiller 107.6×1000 ha–1 in Isd 20; millable cane 73.38×1000 ha–1 in Isd 30; yield 59.4 t ha–1 in Isd 20 and TSH 6.75 ton sugar ha–1 in Isd 20). It is concluded that the highest percentage in juice quality were found in water-logged condition cultivated cane, on the other hand growth & yield performance were also found in highest in normal cultivated cane. In aspect of sugar production some tested cultivars showed (Isd-20, I-93/93 and I-8/95) similar performance in normal and water-logged cultivated sugarcane due to genetic potentiality and environmental adaptation on quality, yield and growth.
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