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Vol. 12, Special Issue 10 (2023)

Testing of genotypes in tuberose (Double type) for cut flower varieties under Pune conditions

Author(s):
MB Shete, SD Gaikwad, SR Lohate and BV Gondali
Abstract:
An investigation on ‘Testing of genotypes in tuberose (Double type) for cut flower varieties under Pune conditions’ was carried out at All India Co Ordinated Research Project, Zonal Agricultural Research Station Ganeshkhind Pune -67 (Maharashtra, India) during three years (2018-19 to 2020-21) in randomized block design with six treatments and three replications. The results revealed that among the six double type tuberose genotypes the genotype Local Double recorded significantly more spike length (105.42 cm), length of floret (6.59 cm) and weight of spike (132.12 g). The cv. Arka Suvasini recorded significantly more rachis length (51.86 cm). However, the cv. Phule Rajat recorded more number of florets per spike (44.08) which is at par with cv Arka Suvasini (42.17) and Vaibhav (42.00). Maximum number of spikes (9.08) per plant was recorded by Phule Rajat which was at par with BRH-24 (7.75).
Finally, it can be concluded that among the different varieties of Tuberose under study, variety Phule Rajat was found superior in respect of growth, flower yield as well as quality parameters under Western Maharashtra particularly Pune condition.
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How to cite this article:
MB Shete, SD Gaikwad, SR Lohate and BV Gondali. Testing of genotypes in tuberose (Double type) for cut flower varieties under Pune conditions. The Pharma Innovation Journal. 2023; 12(10S): 1884-1887.
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