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Jute Seed Yield Response to Irrigation and Nitrogen Fertilization in Field-Grown Environment
International Journal of Biological and Environmental Engineering
Vol.4 , No. 6, Publication Date: Dec. 18, 2017, Page: 149-153
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Authors
 
[1]    

Md. Saheb Ali, Agronomy Division, Bangladesh Jute Research Institute, Manik Mia Ave., Dhaka, Bangladesh.

[2]    

Mubarak Hossen, Chemistry Division, Bangladesh Jute Research Institute, Manik Mia Ave., Dhaka, Bangladesh.

[3]    

Borhan Ahmed, Agronomy Division, Bangladesh Jute Research Institute, Manik Mia Ave., Dhaka, Bangladesh.

[4]    

Md. Nasimul Gani, Agronomy Division, Bangladesh Jute Research Institute, Manik Mia Ave., Dhaka, Bangladesh.

[5]    

Md. Mahbubul Islam, Agronomy Division, Bangladesh Jute Research Institute, Manik Mia Ave., Dhaka, Bangladesh.

 
Abstract
 

The experiment focuses the optimum utilization of irrigation water and fertilizer application on Jute seed production. Four irrigation treatments and four nitrogen doses were tested on jute (var. O-9897) in Jute Agriculture Experimental Station (JAES), Manikganj, Bangladesh during the late Jute season. The highest seed yield of 745.50 kg/ha was obtained from 30 days of irrigation with the application of 100kg N/ha. The lowest seed yield 236.75 kg/ha was obtained from no irrigation and no fertilizer application. Irrigation at 45 days and 30 and 60 (twice irrigation) days didn’t show better seed yield compared to 30 days of irrigation treatment.


Keywords
 

Irrigation, Nitrogen, Seed Yield, Jute Variety O-9897


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