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Growth parameters of aman rice as influenced by the foliar application of urea and magic growth liquid fertilizer

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Mominul Haque Rabin, Md. Abdur Razzaque, Sheikh Shawkat Zamil, Kh. Ashraf-Uz-Zaman, Md. Abubakar Siddik and Shahidul Islam
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Abstract: 

An experiment was conducted at the farm of Sher-e-Bangla Agricultural University, Dhaka-1207 during the Aman season from July to December, 2013 to find out the influence of foliar application of urea along with magic growth spray on the growth parameters of Aman rice. The one factorial experiment was laid out in a RCBD design with three replications. The treatments were : different nitrogen doses and application methods [T0=N0 (No nitrogen applied), T1=N00+10% (Urea was applied only 10% of the recommended dose (RD) with magic growth as foliar spray), T2=N50+5% (50% Urea was applied as top dressing and 5% Urea was applied with magic growth as foliar spray), T3=N50+10% (50% Urea was applied as top dressing and 10% Urea was applied with magic growth as foliar spray), T4=N75+5% (75% Urea was applied as top dressing and 5% Urea was applied with magic growth as foliar spray), T5=N75+10% (75% Urea was applied as top dressing and 10% Urea was applied with magic growth as foliar spray), T6=N100 (100% of RD of N applied as Urea topdressing), T7=N100+10% (100% Urea was applied as top dressing and 10% Urea was applied with magic growth as foliar spray)]. The 75% Urea top dressing and 10% Urea with magic growth as foliar application gave higher results in most of the growth parameters. In case of plant height, number of tillers, number of leaves, effective tillers hill-1 results were maximum and minimum in non-effective tillers hill-1 with75% Urea top dressing and 10% Urea with magic growth as foliar spray. Moreover, 75% Urea top dressing and 10% Urea of the recommended dose with magic growth as foliar spray increased all the growth attributes with a saving of 15% of the recommended nitrogen fertilizer compared to recommended practice.

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