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Articles by M.S.H. Molla
Total Records ( 3 ) for M.S.H. Molla
  M.S.H. Molla , M. Robiul Alam , F. Islam , M.O. Hoque , M. Akhtar Hossain and M. Ahmed
  An experiment was conducted to ascertain the feasibility of green fodder harvest without affecting the seed yield of transplant aman rice. Plant height, number of leaves hill-1, number of tillers hill-1, green fodder yield and seed yield were significantly differed due to different cultivar and leaf clipping height. Latishail produced the highest plant height, number of leaves hill-1 and number of tillers hill-1 at all growth stages where BR10 showed the lowest among cultivars. The green fodder yield was also obtained highest (1.98 t ha-1) from latishail, which was statistically identical with BR10 and BR11. The highest seed yield (4.23 t ha-1) was obtained from BR11, which was followed by BR10 (4.01 t ha-1). The highest value of all parameters except seed yield were obtained from control plot at all growth stage where the lowest were recorded from clopping at 10 cm height. The plants clipped at 20 cm height, produced an average green fodder yield in addition to higher seed yield which was statistically similar to control. So it is possible to get green fodder by leaf clipping without seriously affecting the rice seed yield.
  M. Ahmed , R. Parvin , M.S. Rahman , M.S.H. Molla and S.M.J. Hossan
  The effect of rice leaf cutting on the production of green fodder, hay and seed yield of BR10 rice was evaluated. Tallest plant, maximum number of non-effective tillers hill-1, longest panicle, maximum seed panicle-1 and highest seed yield were obtained from without leaf cutting when the crop was transplanted using two seedlings hill 1 with plant spacing 25 x 15 cm2. Whereas leaf cutting treatment having two seedlings hill 1 with spacing 25 x 15 cm2 produced the highest number of effective tillers hill-1. Spacing 25 x 10 cm2 also produced statistically identical seed yield ha 1 with no cutting treatment having two seedlings hill 1 with 25 x 15 cm2. The highest forage yield and dry matter yield of forage were observed from leaf cutting treatment of six seedlings hill 1 with spacing 25 x 10 cm2. The highest cumulative hay yield was found in cutting treatment, two seedlings hill 1 with spacing 25 x 20 cm2 which was statistically similar to six seedlings hill 1 with spacing 15 x 10 cm2. Average forage yield was 2.81 t ha-1. It is possible to harvest rice forage from transplant aman rice like BR10 without decreasing grain or seed yield and length of leaf cutting may be up to 10 cm at vegetative growth stage.
  M. Ahmed , F. Ahmed , M.S.H. Molla , M.D. Hossain and B.M.Z. Rahman
  The experiment was conducted with three nitrogen levels (N1-50 kg N ha –1, N2-75 kg N ha–1, N3-100 kg N ha–1) and four times of leaf cutting (C0-no cutting, C1-cutting at 21 DAT-Day After Transplanting, C2-cutting at 35 DAT and C3-cutting at 49 DAT) to find the possibility of production of rice for green fodder as well as seed. Nitrogen levels exhibited their difference in almost all crop characters. The plant height, number of total tillers hill–1, green forage, forage dry matter, cumulative straw yield, number of productive tillers hill–1, number of non-bearing tillers hill–1, number of total spikelets panicle–1, number of grains panicle–1, number of sterile spikelets panicle–1, grain yield and straw yield were found to be highest with the highest level of nitrogen. Panicle length and 1000-grain weight did not vary with nitrogen levels. The values of these characters were found to be lowest with the lowest level of nitrogen (50 kg N ha–1). Harvest index was the highest at moderate level of nitrogen (75 kg N ha–1). Time of leaf cutting had significant influence on all the parameter studied. Plant height, number of total tillers hill–1, cumulative straw yield, number of productive tillers hill–1, number of non-bearing tillers hill–1, number of total spikelets panicle–1, number of grains panicle–1, number of sterile spikelets panicle 1, 1000-grain weight, grain yield and straw yield were found to be highest for no leaf cutting which was statistically similar to cutting at 21 DAT but 1000-grain weight was also similar to cutting at 35 DAT and lowest for cutting at 49 DAT. Amount of green forage and forage dry matter were highest for cutting at 49 DAT. It may be concluded that there is a tremendous possibility to get green forage and grain or seed from the same rice plant.
 
 
 
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