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Articles by Md. Ayub Ali
Total Records ( 3 ) for Md. Ayub Ali
  Bimal Kumar Pramanik and Md. Ayub Ali
  The effects of plant spacings (30 cm x 5 cm and 25 cm x 5 cm), dates of sowing (15 September, 25 September, 5 October and 15 October) and soil application of boron, molybdenum and sulphur on the incidence and the severity of yellow mosaic (YM) and grain yield in winter mungbean cultivar Binamoog 4 was studied under natural field condition during the rabi seasons of 1996-97 and 1997-98. The incidence and severity of YM was lower in plots with 30 cm x 5 cm plant spacing than that in 25 cm x 5 cm plant spacing. The highest grain yield (1273.70 kg ha -1) was obtained from plots where seeds were sown on 25 September. The single or combined application of boron (2 kg ha -1) and molybdenum (1.5 kg ha -1) significantly reduced the severities of YM and increased grain yield (24.8 to 30.6%).
  Mahmudul Hasan , Md. Nuruzzaman Haque and Md. Ayub Ali
  The purpose of the study was to establish whether or not, there are disparities in child survival depending on education or non-education status of the mother. By reviewing a lot of study, it is found that children of mothers with at least an incomplete primary education have a significant impact on child survival than those who have no formal education.
  Md. Rashidul Islam , Md. Ayub Ali , Md. Shahidul Islam and A.F.M. Golam Faruque Hossain
  A field experiment was conducted to study the effects of boron, zinc and sulphur as affected by weeding on the incidence and severity of yellow mosaic disease of mungbean. The crop was exposed to natural infection of yellow mosaic virus. The disease incidence, severity and mosaic leaves (%) were minimum in with B + Zn + S plots when weeding was done. Consequently there was significant increase in yield as compared to the plots when weeding was not done. Disease incidence and severity was also low in the boron or zinc or sulphur plots when weeding was done as compared to boron or zinc or sulphur plots when weeding was not performed respectively. The percentage of reduction in plant height, pod length, 100-seeds weight and seed yield due to yellow mosaic disease was minimum in B + Zn + S plot with weeding as compared to boron or zinc or sulphur or B + Zn + S plot without weeding.
 
 
 
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