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Articles by Md. Mainul Basher
Total Records ( 2 ) for Md. Mainul Basher
  Mahmoda Begum , Mohammad Noor , Hossain Miah and Md. Mainul Basher
  A field experiment was conducted during the Kharif, 1999, to see the effects of rate and method of Zn application in transplant aus rice (cv. BR26). There were nine treatments viz., 0, 2.5, 5, 7.5 kg ZnO ha-1 as soil application, seedling root dipping in 1, 2 and 3% ZnO solution and foliar spraying of 0.65 and 0.80 kg ZnO ha-1. Recommended doses of NPK fertilizers were applied. The Zn treatments increased significantly the grain and straw yields over control. Dipping seedling roots in 2% ZnO suspension for 24 hours gave the best economic return and its grain yield was 3.80 t ha-1 which was statistically identical to the yields (3.82 and 3.81 t ha-1) of soil application of 5 and 7.5 kg ZnO ha-1, respectively. Dipping seedling roots in Zn suspension was found to be a good practice for its easy and less cost.
  M. Mahbubul Alam , Md. Mainul Basher , A. Karim , M.A. Rahman and M. Rafiqul Islam
  An experiment was conducted during the period from April to July 2001 to find out effect of 3 levels of plant population (53000, 66000, 80000 plants ha-1) and 4 levels of nitrogen fertilizer (100, 140, 180 and 220 kg ha-1) in silty clay loam soil. The results showed that the yield and yield attributes characters varied significantly due to the variation in population densities and nitrogen rates. The lower plant population (53000 plants ha-1) produced higher cobs plant-1, cob length, grains cob-1 and 1000-grain weight, but the higher plant population (66000 and 80000 plants ha-1) resulted significantly higher grain yield than lowest plant population. The increasing level of nitrogen improve the yield and yield attributes. Maximum values of yield attributes and that of grain yield were with the 2nd highest level of nitrogen (180 kg N ha-1). The highest grain yield (5.03 t ha-1) was recorded from 80000 plants ha-1 with 180 kg N ha-1.
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