GARLIC BREEDING - A REVIEW

Article Id: ARCC4274 | Page : 70 - 74
Citation :- GARLIC BREEDING - A REVIEW.Agricultural Reviews.2003.(24):70 - 74
M.K. Agrawal, M.S. Fageria and R.S. Dhaka
Address : Department of Horticulture, Rajasthan Agricultural University, Jobner - 303 329, India

Abstract

Garlic is second most important bulb crop after onion. It is an important spice crop belonging to family Amaryllidaceae. Despite the importance of crop, very limited breeding work has been done so far. As a first step of systemic breeding programme, collection and evaluation of germlasm is required. Clonal selection of local existing types in various regions is the important method of improvement. Estimation of correlation and path analysis are useful in developing suitable selection criteria for selecting desired plant type or developing high yielding varieties. Improvement techniques like polyploidy, mutation breeding and tissue culture have helped in improving the garlic traits.

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