Joyanti Ray

Joyanti Ray
Khulna University | KU · Department of Agrotechnology

MS (Crop Botany)

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Suitable variety and optimum seedling age are important agronomic decisions for better productivity of rice particularly in the low land area. A field experiment was conducted at the experiment field of Agrotechnology Discipline, Khulna University, Khulna, Bangladesh during aman season (monsoon) to investigate the effect of seedling age on growth,...
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Conventional cold storage is financially impractical for farmers due to limited resources. A potential post-harvest management tool (CoolBot), which is relevant to the subtropical environment was introduced to investigate its applicability for extending the shelf-life of strawberries and controlling theirspoilages. Different precooling temperatures...
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Owing to less quality and environmental limitations of traditionally cultivated mud-bed seedlings the present research aimed at identifying a suitable containerized vegetable seedling production system pertinent to Bangladesh and to assess the profitability of using containerized seedlings relative to traditional mud-bed seedlings. The experiments...
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Nitrogen, phosphorous and potassium have significant influence on physiological growth and yield of black gram. There is no specific nutrient recommendation for black gram in the southwestern coastal region. Nutrient requirement of black gram needed to be assessed in this area. Therefore, the field experiment was conducted at the Field Laboratory o...
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Salinity is an emerging problem among the abiotic stresses of plants in Bangladesh. One easy way to cope with the problem of salinity is to exploit the genetic potential of plants for their adaptability to adverse soil conditions. Salt tolerance improvement might be achieved through selection from already existing germplasm which can be done by qui...
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ABSTRACT Soil salinity adversely affects crops at the critical stages of growth, which in severe cases causes total yield loss. So screening of salt tolerant genotypes is very important and it can be done during germination and early growth stage by quick and easy method. An experiment was conducted to investigate the effect of salinity on germinat...
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The objectives of this study were to analyze the present scenario of tomato production and to explore the relationship between personal characteristics of the respondents and the problems confronted by them. Data were collected from randomly selected 50 respondents of five villages viz. Raingamari, Sachibunia and Dorgatola of Bathiaghata upazila an...
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This open field experiment was conducted to evaluate the adaptation of wheat genotypes in late sown heat stress condition. Grain growth, yield components and yield of four wheat genotypes (BARI gom 25, BARI gom 26, BAW 1135 and Pavon 76) was determined at different sowing dates. Sowing on 29 November was considered the normal growing period (contro...

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