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Articles by Md. Abid Hussain
Total Records ( 2 ) for Md. Abid Hussain
  M.M. Hoque , K. M. Khalequzzaman , Md. Abid Hussain , Md. Alauddin Khan and M. Ashrafuzzaman
  A field study was conducted to study some cultural treatments to find out an effective method, alternative to spraying of insecticide, for controlling vector to manage jute leaf mosaic disease. Five treatments viz. T1 (Malathion 57 E.C), T2 (field sanitation with rouging), T3 (Hanging of polythene strips), T4 (extra dose of nitrogen) and T5 (control) were assigned randomly having four replications. T2 and T4 showed best performance on all the parameters including leaf mosaic of jute. However, the highest yield of raw jute 3091.5 kg ha-1 and stick 5709.6 ha-1 was obtained from T4 and the second highest 2541.6 kg ha-1 of raw jute and 5039.1 kg ha-1 of stick were obtained in T2. A combination of collection and use of seeds from healthy plants, one insecticidal spray around 30 days after emergence (DAE), combined with field sanitation with rouging several times in the growth period and application of an extra booster dose of nitrogen at around 45 DAE may be prescribed to farmers of Mymensingh region of Bangladesh.
  Mosharraf Hossain , K.M. Khalequzzaman , M.R.A. Mollah , Md. Abid Hussain and Md. Abdur Rahim
  Twenty nine different genotypes/advanced breeding lines and four cultivars/checks viz., BR 11, BR 22, BR 25 and BRRI dhan 38 of rice were selected for the study to examine and screen out the advanced hybrid lines, which are resistant/tolerant to brown spot and blast disease. One accession showed resistant (R) reaction in T. aman season and twenty-nine cultivars showed moderately resistant (MR) reaction in boro season to brown spot. Thirteen accessions were found as moderately resistant (MR) in T. aman season and three breeding lines/genotypes were found to be highly resistant (HR) and five were resistant (R) in boro season to blast. So, these lines/cultivars may be used as breeding materials and cultivated for rice production.
 
 
 
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