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GROWTH AND YIELD OF CAULIFLOWERS AS INFLUENCED BY POLYETHYLENE MULCHING (Pages : 88 - 90)

M. M. R. SALIM, A. S. M. M. R KHAN, M. A. SARKAR, M. A. HOSSAIN AND M. J. HOSSAIN

Response of cauliflower to polyethylene mulch was evaluated during September ’03 to January ’04 at Regional Agricultural Research Station (RARS), Ishurdi, Pabna to find out whether black polyethylene mulch is suitable or not for cauliflower production in Bangladesh. The treatments were polyethylene mulch (with or without) and the three varieties (Poushali, Snow crown and IPSA-1). There was a positive impact of mulch on yield and yield attributes of the crops. The highest marketable yield (31.32t/ha) was obtained from hybrid variety Snow crown with mulch was 35.16% higher than without mulch. Other two varieties also produced higher yield under mulched condition than the without mulch. The production cost was higher in mulched treatment by Tk. 1510. A net additional return of Tk. 97800, 41040 and 30840 from the varieties Snow crown, Poushali and IPSA-1 respectively, was obtained due to mulching. Download


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