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Legume Research, volume 32 issue 2 (june 2009) : 149-150

VARIETAL INDICES FOR CONSUMERS’ QUALITY TRAITS IN KABULI CHICKPEA UNDER RAINFED ENVIROMENT

Pawan Singh Sisodia
1Department of Plant Breeding and Genetics, R.A.K. College of Agriculture, Sehore, 466001 India
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Cite article:- Sisodia Singh Pawan (2024). VARIETAL INDICES FOR CONSUMERS’ QUALITY TRAITS IN KABULI CHICKPEA UNDER RAINFED ENVIROMENT. Legume Research. 32(2): 149-150. doi: .
An attempt conducted to know the genetic merits of 34 kabuli chickpea genotypes based on
linear combination of quality traits. The results revealed that genotypes KAK 2, CSJK 21, BG
1053, GLK 22094, JSC 19 exhibited high index value for quality traits, where as an overall
observations of selection criteria (both varietal indices and per se performance basis) genotypes
GLK 22094, CSJK 21 appeared promising genotypes based on their phenotypic and genetic
merits performance.
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