2023, Vol. 8, Special Issue 4, Part D
Study the relationships between yield and yield-related traits for rice under rainfed conditionAuthor(s):
Monika Singh, Dinesh Kumar, SK Singh, JK Yadav and Dheeraj YadavAbstract:
Twenty-eight genotypes of rice including hybrids were grown over a three locations namely (I) Agricultural Research Farm, Institute of Agricultural Sciences, Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi, UP, (II) Mujhadih, Mirzapur, UP and (III) Dagmagpur, Mirzapur, UP. The hybrids Pusa 6A x HUR 105 recorded high parse performance for grain yield per plant. Apart from its high grain yield, Pusa 6A x Pant Dhan 12 also showed high proline content and reduced height. The genotypes such as Danteshwari, NDR 97, BPT 5204, Pusa6B, Pant Dhan-12 and IR79156B showed lowest plant height. Similarly, considering panicle length, the genotypes viz., US 312 and hybrids like IR79156A x Akshaydhan and Pusa 6A x IET 222 registered high mean values. The genotype Pusa 6A x Pant Dhan 12, followed by NDR 97 and Pusa6A x URG 30 recorded highest number of effective tillers per plant. The hybrids IR79156A x BPT 5204PRR-78, Pusa6A x Pant Dhan 12 with higher 1000 grain weight. The genotype MTU 7029 followed by BPT 5204, P-27-63 and Sarju 52 were the earliest to flower as well as to mature. Pages: 273-277 | Views: 107 | Downloads: 1Download Full Article: Click Here
How to cite this article:
Monika Singh, Dinesh Kumar, SK Singh, JK Yadav, Dheeraj Yadav. Study the relationships between yield and yield-related traits for rice under rainfed condition. Int J Stat Appl Math 2023;8(4S):273-277.