Journal of Agroforestry & Envinronment

Journal of Agroforestry and Environment

              Riad Mahmud, Faria Naznin, Md. Abu Rahat, Tarikul Islam, Nadia Islam, Farhana Binte Quyyum Bristy, Md. Anwar Hosen Jony and Md. Atiqur Rahman Bhuiyan



A field study was carried out at the Department of Agriculture’s Research Field in Noakhali during Rabi season 2022 to evaluate the varietal performance of chilli varieties: Bijli Plus (V1), Anal (1701) (V2), Vanilla (V5), Moti (V4), and Dhum (V5). Three replications of the experiment were carried out using randomized complete block design (RCBD). The highest plant height (70.43cm), leaf length (9.6cm), fruit length (8.37cm), number of fruits (74.67), number of flowers (10.88), yield (11.98 tonh-1) were measured in V1(Bijli Plus), and the highest number of branches (21), number of leaves (102.33) was counted in V2 (Anal 1701). Vanilla produced the lowest yield, whereas Bijli Plus produced the highest yield. The results indicate significant variations among varieties in the field. According to the research outcomes, the Bijli Plus is produced the maximum yield production of chilli.

Keywords: Chilli; Bijli plus; Costal soil; Yield.

Journal of Agroforestry and Environment, 2023, 16(2):108-113