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Changes in Acidity, TSS, and Sugar Content at Different Storage Periods of the Postharvest Mango (Mangifera indica L.) Influenced by Bavistin DF
A detailed study was carried out with the postharvest mangoes (namely, the Langra and the Khirshapat) treated with different levels of Bavistin DF (BDF) solution (namely, 250, 500, and 750 ppm) forExpand
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Effect of Phosphorus, Calcium and Boron on the Growth and Yield of Groundnut (Arachis hypogea L.)
The optimization of the mineral nutrition is the key to optimize the production of groundnut, as it has very high nutrient requirement and the recently released high yielding varieties take awayExpand
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Effect of spacing and number of seedlings per hill on the performance of aus rice cv. NERICA 1 under dry direct seeded rice (DDSR) system of cultivation
An experiment was conducted at the Agronomy Field Laboratory, Bangladesh Agricultural University, Mymensingh during the period from April to August 2011 to find out the effect of spacing and numberExpand
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Effect of nitrogen and potassium on yield of dry direct seeded rice cv. NERICA 1 in aus season
Nitrogen and potassium are the yield-limiting nutrients in rice production regions of Bangladesh. Use of efficient N and K dose is an important complementary strategy in improving rice yield andExpand
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Effect of water management, tillage options and phosphorus status on arsenic uptake in rice.
High arsenic (As) concentrations in soil may lead to elevated concentrations of arsenic in agricultural products. Field experiments were conducted to examine the effects of water management (WM) andExpand
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Effects of Water Management, Arsenic and Phosphorus Levels on Rice Yield in High-Arsenic Soil-Water System
Abstract Aerobic rice (Oryza sativa L.) cultivation is considered an alternative production system to combat increased water scarcity and arsenic (As) contamination in the food chain. Pot experimentsExpand
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Productivity and soil fertility of the rice–wheat system in the High Ganges River Floodplain of Bangladesh is influenced by the inclusion of legumes and manure
Abstract Productivity of the rice–wheat system is critical to the food security of Bangladesh. However, many concerns about the sustainability of this system exist because of low soil organic matterExpand
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An aspect of biogas plants at Pabna district in Bangladesh
Global energy requirement is increasing at every moment and to cope up with this dire need, the role of renewable energy is becoming more and more important in the developed as well as the developingExpand
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Effect of age of seedlings at staggered transplanting and nutrient management on yield performance of aromatic fine rice (cv. BRRI dhan38)
An experiment was conducted at the Agronomy Field Laboratory, Bangladesh Agricultural University, Mymensingh during July to December 2014 with a view to finding out the effect of age of seedlings atExpand
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Effect of water management, arsenic and phosphorus levels on rice in a high-arsenic soil-water system: II. Arsenic uptake.
Rice consumption is one of the major pathways for As intake in populations that depend on a rice diet in several countries of South and South-east Asia. Pot experiments were undertaken to investigateExpand
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