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STABILITY ANALYSIS FOR SEED YIELD IN GREEN GRAM (VIGNA RADIATA L. WILCZEK)

J.D. Patel, M.R. Naik*, S.B. Chaudhari, K.O. Vaghela and V.C. Kodappully
Department of Agricultural Botany, N.M. College of Agriculture, Navsari Agricultural University, Navsari 396450, Gujarat, India

DOI:
Page Range:
36-38
Article ID:
ARCC2125
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Abstract
Thirty-six green gram genotypes were raised in four different environment (different sowingdates) to study the environment and G x E interaction components. The study revealed significantdifferences for all the characters, indicating wide differences between environments and differentialbehaviour of genotypes in different environments. The linear and non-linear G x E componentswere significant for all the characters, indicating the importance of both predictable and unpredictablecomponents in determining interaction of the genotypes with environments. The genotypes viz.,GM-4, KM-5-122, KM-5-122 x KM-5-124, KM-5-122 x GM-3, KM-5-124 x GM-4, KM-5-124 x GM-3,KM-5-167 x KM-5-191, KM-5-167 x GM-3, KM-5-183 x GM-3, GM-4 x GM-3 and GM-4 x K-851 werestable for seed yield per plant in average environmental condition, whereas KM-5-124 consideredto be stable for poor environmental condition. Hence these genotypes could be used in furtherbreeding programme.
Keywords
Stability analysis, Seed yield, Green gram.
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