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Articles by Md. A. Alim
Total Records ( 3 ) for Md. A. Alim
  Nargis Akter , Md. A. Alim , M. Mahbubul Islam , Zabun Naher , Maksuder Rahman and A.S.M. Iqbal Hossain
  The experiment was carried out to evaluate the performance of lentil-wheat mixed and intercropping system. Positive variation in different yield contributing characters except 1000seed weight of lentil and wheat to 40% of wheat seed rate and 1:1 line sowing were noticed indicating the agronomic suitability of mixed and intercropping of lentil and wheat in those practices. Line sowing performed better than sole broadcast sowing. All mixed seed rate decreased lentil yield but LER was increased in all the treatments over the sole crop lentil as broadcast. The maximum LER (1.52), monetary advantage (63%), benefit cost ratio (1.84) were achieved in lentil and 40% wheat as mixed cropping system.
  Md. A. Alim , M. M. Alam , S. Khandker , S. A. Ahmed , Ahsanul Haque and Nargis Akhter
  An investigation was undertaken to evaluate the impact of different crop residues on late jute seed yield and organic matter content of soil. The plant height, number of branch/plant, number of pod/plant, number of seeds/pod and seed yield/plant were significantly increased with different crop residues. The performance in seed yield were dry jute leaves (89.30%) > lentil straw (87.77%) wheat straw (43.28%) > compost (35.35%) > rice straw (32.740%) > saw-dust (16.91%) over the control. The resources increased the soil organic matter content in soil by 24.59, 22.92, 26.22, 19.67, 29.51 and 30.33% respectively over the control indicating the enrichment of soil health. In correlation studies it was observed that the jute seed yield parameters, the seed yield was highly correlated with plant height, number of branches/plant and number of pods/plant.
  Md. A. Alim , M. M. Alam , Ahsanul Haque , Nargis Akter , Zebun Naher and A. S. M. Iqbal Hossain
  An experiment was conducted to investigate the influence of fresh jute leaves as a source of plant nutrients on late jute seed production. Fresh jute leaves were collected just after harvest of jute crop and was incorporated to the soil at the rate of 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 10 percent along with a recommended dose of chemical fertilizer (Urea-TSP-MP-Gypsum-Zincsulphate - Borax at the rate of 200-100-40-100-22-10 kg ha‾1 respectively). With the increasing rate of fresh jute leaves pH of the soil successively decreased from 6.47 to 6.31 and organic matter content of the soil increased from 2.45 to 48.36 % and nutrient contents in soil was also increased and of N, P, K and S were increased upto 47.36,53.00, 62.50 and 55.55 percent respectively. A highly significant increase in number of branch, number of pod and seed yield was obtained with 4,5 and 10 percent of fresh jute leaves and a spectacular increase was also found with 1,2 and 3 percent of fresh jute leaves. The seed yield was significantly correlated with number of branches, number of seeds and number of pods per plant.
 
 
 
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