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EFFECT OF NITROGEN LEVEL ON AROMATIC RICE VARIETIES AND SOIL FERTILITY STATUS (Pages : 49 - 54)

M. S. I. SIKDAR, M. M. RAHMAN, M. S. ISLAM, M. S. YEASMIN AND M. M. AKHTER

A field experiment was carried out at Agronomy Field Laboratory, Bangladesh Agricultural University, Mymensingh to evaluate the effect of nitrogen (N) level on the quality of aromatic rice and fertility status of the post harvest soil. The experiment comprised of three varieties viz., Kalizira, Badshabhog and Tulshimala and three levels of nitrogen viz., 40, 60 and 80 kg ha-1 . Kalizira was found significantly superior to Tulshimala and Badshabhog with respect to quality of grain and soil fertility of the post harvest soil. Among three N levels, 80 kg ha-1 performs the best to quality of aromatic rice and fertility status of the post harvest soil. The effect of interaction of varieties and N levels were not significant on the quality of aromatic rice and fertility status of the post harvest soil. Download


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