ADAPTATION ANALYSIS FOR YIELD AND ITS ATTRIBUTES IN CHICKPEA (CICER ARIETINUM L.)

Article Id: ARCC3573 | Page : 103-107
Citation :- ADAPTATION ANALYSIS FOR YIELD AND ITS ATTRIBUTES IN CHICKPEA (CICER ARIETINUM L.).Legume Research-An International Journal.2007.(30):103-107
D:K. Sharmal, Mridula Billore, H.C. SinghaP, and v.P. ~tarial
Address : Department of Plant Breeding ansi Genetics, College of Agriculture, JNKV\1, Indore - 452 001, India

Abstract

Fourteen chickpea genotypes were sown at three agro-climatic locations for two years. Pooled analysis of variance and deviations revealed significant differences among genotypes for the characters. Genotype × environment (linear} variance were significant for days-to-maturity, plant height, seeds plant−1 and harvest index. Cultivars JG-74, JG-218 and IG-370 were found suitable for poor-environment, high-yielding environment and wider adaptability over environments, respectively. On per se performance basis, cultivars ICCV-2, JG-412 and IG-226 were found suitable for Indore, Dhar and Jhabua conditions, respectively.

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