Problems and Prospects of the Selection of Bean (Vicia faba l.) in Azerbaijan

DOI: 10.18805/ag.D-163    | Article Id: D-163 | Page : 291-295
Citation :- Problems and Prospects of the Selection of Bean (Vicia faba l.) in Azerbaijan.Agricultural Science Digest.2019.(39):291-295
Address : National Academy of Sciences of Azerbaijan, Institute of Genetic Resources, Baku, Republic of Azerbaijan.
Submitted Date : 22-05-2019
Accepted Date : 26-09-2019

Abstract

Newly created “Garaja” variety and the forms with lower lever of tanin introduced from ICARDA will allow widening of the field of Vicia Faba culture. Until present, culture of Vicia Faba in Azerbaijan was limited to household. In Azerbaijan, the sowing of vegetable beans does not have much production value. The culture is mainly used for research purposes and is cultivated in small areas, like garden. Therefore, the study of the morphobiological features of plants of the prospective variety in each region and the comprehensive study of the genetic resources of culture is relevant. The article is devoted to the results of a study of the local gene pool of horse or fodder beans and materials from ICARDA. Yield and analysis of crop structure, disease resistance were analyzed. Since samples with a low level of harmful substances are new for our republic. These studies are an important initial study for the subsequent production of new varieties. We hope that this will lead to an increase in the acreage of legumes in our republic.

Keywords

Bean selection Harmful substances Prospect Source material Sort diseases

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