Volume 7, Issue 3, September 2019, Pages: 42-46
Received: Jul. 26, 2019;
Accepted: Aug. 19, 2019;
Published: Aug. 29, 2019
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Md Saheb Ali, Agronomy Division, Bangladesh Jute Research Institute, Dhaka, Bangladesh
Md Marfudul Hoque, Agronomy Division, Bangladesh Jute Research Institute, Dhaka, Bangladesh; Department of Agriculture Extension Kaptai, Rangamati, Bangladesh
Md Abdul Alim, Agronomy Division, Bangladesh Jute Research Institute, Dhaka, Bangladesh
Md Mahbubul Islam, Agronomy Division, Bangladesh Jute Research Institute, Dhaka, Bangladesh; PTC Division, Bangladesh Jute Research Institute, Dhaka, Bangladesh
Mineral fertilizer use is expanding in Jute growing countries to satisfy fiber demands. Fertilizer consumers are being asked to improve fertilizer use efficiency through better management in their fields to provide a healthy economy. Following the thought a field experiment was established to determine the influence of mineral fertilizer (NPKS) on growth and yield of the advanced C. olitorious breeding line of O-043-7-9. We selected three different locations under Bangladesh Jute Research Institute to examine jute crop response to optimum fertilizer combination and the yield variability by 10 different nutrient combinations. Because of the essentiality of N, P, K, and S fertilizer combination on Jute fibre production and their effects on its growth were studied. The lower levels of N, P, K and S were zero applications in specific treatments. N, P, K and S were positively correlated with yield level. Over time, the simple effect of N exhibited an increased positive trend only when applied limited to 100kg/ha, while simple effects of P and K increased sharply at the rate 10 and 30 kg/ha respectively. The zero fertilizer treatment yielded decline for each mineral in specific treatment in the trial. Fertilizer N, P, K and S were utilized more efficiently in fully balanced combination. After the findings from three different locations for growth, yield and agronomic characteristics, we can draw the conclusion that the combination dose of N100 P10 K30 S15 Kg/ha may need to be applied for breeding line O-043-7-9 cultivation in Bangladesh.
Md Saheb Ali,
Md Marfudul Hoque,
Md Abdul Alim,
Md Mahbubul Islam,
A Nutrient Combination That Can Affect Yield of Olitorius Jute, Plant.
Vol. 7, No. 3,
2019, pp. 42-46.
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