Legume Research

  • Chief EditorJ. S. Sandhu

  • Print ISSN 0250-5371

  • Online ISSN 0976-0571

  • NAAS Rating 6.80

  • SJR 0.391

  • Impact Factor 0.8 (2024)

Frequency :
Monthly (January, February, March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November and December)
Indexing Services :
BIOSIS Preview, ISI Citation Index, Biological Abstracts, Elsevier (Scopus and Embase), AGRICOLA, Google Scholar, CrossRef, CAB Abstracting Journals, Chemical Abstracts, Indian Science Abstracts, EBSCO Indexing Services, Index Copernicus
Legume Research, volume 41 issue 1 (february 2018) : 41-47

Investigation of grain yield and yield components of some field pea (Pisum sativum L.) genotypes in Mediterranean climate conditions

Aybegün Ton, Tolga Karaköy, A. Emin Anlarsal, Meltem Türkeri
1University of Cukurova, Agricultural Faculty, Field Crop Depertment, Adana, Turkey, 01330
  • Submitted05-01-2017|

  • Accepted21-07-2017|

  • First Online 12-10-2017|

  • doi 10.18805/LR-340

Cite article:- Ton Aybegün, Karaköy Tolga, Anlarsal Emin A., Türkeri Meltem (2017). Investigation of grain yield and yield components of some field pea (Pisum sativum L.) genotypes in Mediterranean climate conditions. Legume Research. 41(1): 41-47. doi: 10.18805/LR-340.
The aim of present study performances of field pea genotypes and relationships among the morphological traits were evalation. The present research was conducted with 20 field pea genotypes at two locations including upland and lownland soil conditions  under typical Mediterrananean climate in Turkey. Field trails at each location were organized in randomized complate blocks design with three replications during 2011-2012 and 2012-2013 growing period. Combined mean values over year and location for days to 50 % flowering,  stem length (total pod number , grain number (number plant-1), 100-seed weight (g plant-1), seed yield (kg ha-1) and harvesting index (%) were 123.2 days, 81.4 cm, 14.7 number plant-1, 82.1 number plant-1, 18.4 g plant-1, 1176 kg ha-1, 35.5 %  respectively. In this resarch obtained results showed that grain yields of genotype 102-Bursa, genotype 25-Denizli, Flavora, Ambasador, Sienna and Topaz with short stem lenght and days to flowering gave higher grain yield than the other varieties in both locations. Negative and significant correlations were found between grain yield and days to 50 % flowering, stem lenght. There were also positive and significant correlations between seed yield and harvesting index in field pea.
  1. Anlarsal, A.E., Yücel, C. and Ozveren, D. (2001). A research on determining yields and adaption of some pea (Pisum sativum ssp.sativum L and Pisum sativum ssp arvense L.) line at conditons of Cukurova. Cukurova University Journal of Agricultural Faculty, 16:11-20. 
  2. Anwar, R.A., Jalal, O.A. and Sarkawth, A.A. (2014). Study five genotypes of pea (Pisum sativum L.) in terms of yield and yield components under conditions Sulaymanyah- Bakrajo. International Journal of Engineering and Technology Research, 2:18-22.
  3. Bhuvaneswari, S., Sharma S.K., Punitha, P., Shashidhari, KS., Naveenkumar, K.L and Prakash N. (2017). Evaluation of morphological diversty of field pea (Pisum sativum subsp.arvense L.) germplasm under sub-tropical climate of Manipur. Legume Research, 40:215-223.
  4. Gantner, R., Stjepanovic, M. and Gantner, V. (2008). Precipatation and temperature effects upon grain yield of field pea. VII. Alps-    Adria Scientific Workshop Slovakia. pp.1503-1506.
  5. genotypes. Legume Research, 36:250-254.
  6. Goa, Y. and Ashamo, M. (2014). Evalation of field Pea (Pisum sativum L.) genotypes performance for yield and yield components at five growing environments of Southern Ethiopia. Current Research in Agriculture Science, 1:65-76.
  7. Jeberson, MS., Shashidhar, KS. and Iynar K. (2016). Estimation of genetic variability, expected genetic advance, correlation and path analysis in field pea (Pisum sativum L.). Electronic Journal of Plant Breeding, 7:1074-1078.
  8. Khan, E.A., Aslam, M.,Ahmad, H.K., Hýmayatullah., Khan, M.A., Hussain, A. (2010). Effect of row spacing and seed rates on growth, yield and yield components of chickpea. Sarhad Jornal of Agriculture. 26: 201-211.
  9. Koku, S. (2002). A research on determining yield and yield components of some peas (Pisum sativum L.) under Cukurova Conditions. Cukurova University Institue of Natural and Applied Science Msc Thesis, 45p. Adana. 
  10. Kosev, V. and Mikic, A. (2012). Assessing relationships between seed yield components in spring-sown field pea (Pisum sativum L.) cultivars in Bulgaria by correlation and path analysis. Spanish Journal of Agriculture Research, 10:1075-1080.
  11. McDonald, G.K. (1995). Grain yields of field pea (Pisum sativum L.) in South Australia. Australian Journal of Expermental Agriculture, 35:515-523.
  12. McMurry, L.S., Davidson, J.A., Lines, M.D., Leonforte, A. and Salam, M.U. (2011). Combining management and breeding advences to improve field pea (Pisum sativum L.) grain yields under chaning climatic conditions in southern-eastren Australia. Euphytica, 180:69-88.
  13. Öz, M. and Karasu, A. (2010). Determination of seed yield and yield components of some pea Bazý bezelye (Pisum sativum L.) cultivars. Süleyman Demirel University Jornal of Agricultural Faculty, 5:44-49. 
  14. Rapcan, I., Bukvic, G., Teklic, T. and Jurisic, M. (2010).Yield of green mass, grain and other yield components of field pea (Pisum sativum L.) in depence of agroecological conditions and seed maturity. Mljekarstova, 60:104-112.
  15. Rathi, R.S. and Dhaka, R.P.S. (2007). Genetic variability, correlation and path analysis in pea(Pisum sativum L.) . Indian Journal of Plant Genetic Resouce, 20: 126-129. India.
  16. Rosalind, A.B., Wagenhoffer, S., Hnotowich, G. and Warkentin, T.D. (2015). Effect of heat and precipitation on pea yield and reproductive performance in the Field. Canadian Jornal of Plant Science, 95:629-639.
  17. Sehirali, S.(1988). Yemeklik Tane Baklagiller. (Food Legumes) Ankara Üniversity Agriculture Faculty. Publ.:1089, Book: 314, 435 s, Ankara.
  18. Shrivastava, A., Pandey, R.L. and Sahu, M.L. (2008). Correlation studies in parents and segregating populations of different crosses of field pea (Pisum sativum. L). Legume Research-An International Jornal, 31:157-163. 
  19. Singh, S.P., Santoshi, U.S. and Singh, K.N. (1985). Correlation studies in F3 progines of pea (Pisum sativum L.). Crop- Improved India, 12:64-67.
  20. Tadasse, T.,Sefera G., Mulugeta, B and Tekaling, A. (2017). Interaction of field pea genotypes with environment for grain yield in the highland of Bale zone, Southeastern Ethiopia. Plant. 5:18-22.
  21. Ton, A., and Anlarsal, A.E. (2013).A research the effect of different of different sowing times on the yield and yield components of some pea(Pisum sativum ssp sativum L.) in Cukurova conditions. Cukurova University, Insitute of Natural and Appl. Science, Msc Thesis, 30:105-114.
  22. Walton, G.H. (1991). Morphological influences on the seed yield of field peas. Australian ornal of Agriulture research, 42 :79-94.
  23. Wijaylaxmi. (2013). Effect of high temperature on growth, biomass and yield of field pea 

Editorial Board

View all (0)