Sumaiya Farzana

Sumaiya Farzana
Bangladesh Agricultural University | BAU · Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology

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Globally, climate change, population growth, urban and rural expansion are all lowering the amount of freshwater available for irrigation. Therefore, the research was carried out to investigate the combined effects of irrigation systems and split application of potassium fertilizer on BRRI dhan89. The study was laid out in a split-plot based on a r...
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Globally, climate change, population growth, urban and rural expansion are all lowering the amount of freshwater available for irrigation. Therefore, the research was carried out to investigate the combined effects of irrigation systems and split application of potassium fertilizer on BRRI dhan89. The study was laid out in a split-plot based on a r...
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Salinity is one of the most important abiotic stresses that inhibit wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) growth, development and yield. Therefore, finding efficient strategies to prevent salt-induced growth retardation and yield loss is crucial for modern agriculture to sustain production. This study was conducted to explore the roles of exogenous salicyli...
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Acid soil is a hindrance to agricultural productivity and a threat to food and environmental security. Research was carried out to assess the impact of lime and organic manure (OM) amendments on yield and nutrient uptake by using the T. Aman-Maize-Fallow cropping pattern in acid soils. The experiment was set up in an RCBD design and used nine treat...
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The main purpose of this research was to investigate the pattern of practice of course credit system in the higher education institutions (HEIs) of Bangladesh. The study employed both qualitative and quantitative methods of investigation. Data were collected from randomly selected public universities through web browsing, record analysis, online su...
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Organic manures are beneficial in recycling of nutrients into soil and can serve as an alternative to mineral fertilizers. A field experiment was conducted at two locations to evaluate integrated management of different organic manures with chemical fertilizers for cauliflower production. The experiment consisted of seven treatments T0: control, T1...
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Both salinity and submergence are the global problems adversely affecting agricultural productivity in the coastal areas around the world. The current climate change made this situation more complex and is a threat to crop production. The present study was aiming to analyze genetic parameters among yield and yield related traits for ten rice genoty...

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