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Articles by M.S. Bari
Total Records ( 3 ) for M.S. Bari
  F. Hossain , M.S. Bari , U.K. Majumder , M.M. Bahadur and M.J. Islam
  The experiment was conducted to evaluate the performance of Aus rice (CV. BR 20) under variable management. The treatments consisted of three tillage (Viz. 1 tillage, 2 tillage and 4 tillage) and three cultural practices (Viz. 2 raking, 2 weeding and 2 raking + 2 weeding). The Aus rice increased yield both for more tillage and cultural practices. Significantly, the highest grain yield (2.92 t ha-1) was obtained from 4 tillage with 2 raking and 2 weeding at 15 and 30 days after sowing (DAS). Though the treatment, 4 tillage with 2 raking and 2 weeding gave the highest yield but the benefit cost ratio (BCR) was found to be low (1.08) in this treatment. One tillage and two raking (15 and 30 DAS) was economically profitable practice with grain yield of 2.51 t ha-1 which also gave gross return of TK. 21520 ha-1, net return TK. 8731 ha-1+ and BCR 1.68.
  Z.M. Sarwar Zahan , M. Abdul Ahad , M.S. Bari , M. Alamgir Hossain and M.J. Islam
  The study was made to evaluate the yield and quality of banana fruit affected by banana leaf and fruit beetle, Nodostoma viridipennis Mots, in an orchard and laboratory of Bangladesh Agricultural University, Mymensingh from October, 1997 to October, 1998. The beetle damaged the newly formed fruits in the hand having cluster of 13 bananas each showing 33-57 scars in seven days by 5 beetles, but the mean number of scars on fruits increased in second week after their emergence. The fruit size was also significantly reduced by caging insects after emergence and 15 days after emergence with more reduced size of the former fruit. The damage done by this beetle had tremendous influence on both quantity and quality of banana. Ripening duration of damaged fruits was prolonged significantly and fruit weight also reduced in comparison with beetle free fruits. The quality of infested banana with especial reference to skin colour and thickness, taste, smell and pulp of fruit was not normal, considerably affecting the consumption value.
  N. Sultana , M.S. Bari and M.G. Rabbani
  The treatments comprised of four sizes of seedling tubers viz. 5.0, 7.5, 12.5 and 17.5 g derived from the TPS progeny HPS II/67 and four depths of planting viz. surface level, 2.5, 5.0 and 7.5 cm with their all possible combinations. Seedling tuber size significantly influenced the growth and yield of potato. Yield was found to increase with the increase in seedling tuber size and the maximum yield (39.34 t/ha) was obtained from the large seeds (17.5g). Depth of planting had no significant effect on the growth and yield of potato. The combined effect of seedling tuber size and planting depth revealed that the maximum yield per hectare (39.42 t/ha) was obtained from the large seedling tuber (17.5 g) with the planting depth of 5.0 cm. Economic analysis indicated that the best economic return was obtained from 17.5 g seedling tubers planted at a depth of 7.5 cm.
 
 
 
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