Growth and yield of wheat at different dates of sowing under chrland ecosystem of Bangladesh


  • MM Kamrozzaman Spices Research Centre, Faridpur
  • MAH Khan On-Farm Research Division, Mymensingh
  • S Ahmed On-Farm Research Division, Faridpur
  • N Sultana On-Farm Research Division, Mymensingh


Charland, Ecosystem, Date of sowing, Wheat, Growth, Yield


An experiment was conducted at Sadipur charland under Farming System Research and Development Site, Hatgobindapur, Faridpur, during rabi season of 2012-13 and 2013-14 to study the growth and yield performance of cv. BARI Gom-24 as affected by different dates of sowing under Agro-ecological Zone-12 (AEZ-12) of Bangladesh. The experiment was laid out in randomized complete block design with six replications, comprising five different dates of sowing viz. November 5, November 15, November 25, December 5 and December 15. Results reveal that the tallest plant, leaf area index, total dry matter, and crop growth rate were observed in November 25 sown crop and leaf area index, total dry matter and crop growth rate were higher at booting, grain filling, and tillering stages of the crop. Maximum effective tillers hill-1 (3.49), spikes m-2, (311), number of grains spike-1 (42.20) and 1000-grain weight (52.10 g) were produced by November 25 sown crop exhibited the highest grain (4.30 t ha-1) and straw yield (4.94 t ha-1) as well as harvest index (46.88%) of the crop. Lowest performance was observed both in early (November 5) and late sown crop (December 15). The overall results indicated that November 25 sown crop showed better performance in respect of growth and yield of wheat under charland ecosystem of Bangladesh.

J. Bangladesh Agril. Univ. 14(2): 147-154, December 2016


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Author Biography

MM Kamrozzaman, Spices Research Centre, Faridpur




How to Cite

Kamrozzaman, M., Khan, M., Ahmed, S., & Sultana, N. (2017). Growth and yield of wheat at different dates of sowing under chrland ecosystem of Bangladesh. Journal of the Bangladesh Agricultural University, 14(2), 147–154. Retrieved from



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