A Half-yearly Peer Reviewed Journal of Bangladesh Forest Research Institute

ISSN - Print: 1021-3279 | Online: -

Growth response of Acacia tnangiuni seedlings to cowdung and NPK fertilizers
was studied in Bangladesh Forest Research Institute, Chittagong. Use of cowdung
and chemical fertilizers either individually or combinedly caused significant increase
in seedlings’ height and biomass production. Application of cowdung alone
in soil and soil-cowdung mixture at 3:1 ratio showed best performance to enhance
both height increment and biomass production. The height growth and biomass
production of A. tnangiuni seedling ranked second when soil – cowdung mixture at
the rate of 5 : 1 ratio was applied in combination with NP each at 60 ppm level.
Chemical fertilizer alone showed less effect on the growth of the seedlings.

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