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Articles by M.N. Newaj
Total Records ( 2 ) for M.N. Newaj
  M. Shahadat Hossain , A.A. Mamun , Rikta Basak , M.N. Newaj and M.K. Anam
  The experiment was conducted at the Agronomy Field Laboratory, Bangladesh Agricultural University, Mymensingh, Bangladesh during July to December 2001 to investigate the effect of Cultivar and spacing on weed infestation and performance of transplant Aman rice. Thirteen weed species belonging to eight families infested in the experimental plots. Cultivar, spacing and their interaction significantly affected weed density and weed dry weight. Cultivar significantly influenced all the crop characters studied with the exception of panicle length. Sonar Bangla 1 produced the highest grain and straw yields and Nizershail the lowest. Spacing had a significant effect on all the crop characters except panicle length and 1000-grain weight. The highest grain yield was obtained from the spacing 15x 25cm and the lowest grain yield was produced by the widest spacing 25 x 35cm. Sonar Bangla 1 produced the highest grain yield in 15x25 cm spacing and Nizershail produced the lowest yield in 25 x 35cm spacing.
  M.N. Newaj , Md. Halal Uddin , M.K. Anam , Md. Nazrul Islam and Md. Asad-ud-doullah
  IAA at 600 ppm significantly increased plant height, number of branches/plant, number of leaves/plant, total dry matter, leaf area, leaf area index and crop growth rate. Significant varietal differences were observed in terms of the morpho-physiological characters studied. The variety BARI 4 (V1) manifested better performance than BARI 2 (V2). V1 plants treated with 600 ppm of IAA had the highest plant height, number of leaves, total dry matter, crop growth rate, number of branches, leaf area, leaf area index and relative growth rate. So plants treated with IAA at 600 ppm performed better than those of control and other treatments.
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