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Vol. 9, Issue 3 (2020)

Study on evaluation of Indian mustard germplasms for the quantitative traits

Author(s):
Jarman Gadi, Nihar Ranjan Chakraborty, Zafar Imam and Md. Mahtab Rashid
Abstract:
Among all the oilseed crops that are grown in India, Indian mustard is the most important one. Over the past years, there is a stagnant yield and productivity of Indian mustard in our country as we do not possess varieties which are high yielding. This is a major reason for the lack of acceleration in the production and productivity of this crop. For any of the breeding programme to come up with a high yielding variety for any crop, it is very crucial to choose an accurate and precise parental genotype which have superior traits as per the objective of a breeding programme. In this context, the present investigation was carried out using thirty-six germplasms of Indian mustard to study their ten quantitative characteristics in order to find out the germplasms which show promising characters. Out of them, six of them showed the very promising magnitude of quantitative characteristics and Jawahar Mustard-02 was the best of them all.
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How to cite this article:
Jarman Gadi, Nihar Ranjan Chakraborty, Zafar Imam, Md. Mahtab Rashid. Study on evaluation of Indian mustard germplasms for the quantitative traits. Pharma Innovation 2020;9(3):210-213.
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