ABSTRACT

An experiment was conducted at BJRI, Dhaka during the year 2023 with two previously screened jute genotype Acc. 4592 and C. incisifolias and three control; BJRI Deshi pat shak 1, BJRI Deshi pat shak 2 and BJRI Deshi pat shak 3. The plants were harvested after 25 days. The highest leaf yield was found in BJRI Deshi pat shak 1 followed by C. incisifolias and there was no significant difference, respectively. Acc. 4592 is notable for its greater height and flowering habit, although it has somewhat lower green and dry twig weights compared to C. incisifolias and BJRI Deshi pat shak 1. BJRI Deshi pat shak 2 and BJRI Deshi pat shak 3 consistently exhibit lower green weight, green twig weight, and dry twig weight, suggesting they may be less vigorous in terms of biomass production. C. incisifolias and BJRI Deshi pat shak 1 share many similar traits, with strong green and dry weights, and neither of them flowered.

Key words: Vegetable type jute, jute leaf, C. incisifolias and twig weight.

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