PATH AND ASSOCIATION STUDIES AMONG YIELD, QUAUTY AND PHYSIOLOGICAL COMPONENTS IN PFAHL MILLET

Article Id: ARCC4717 | Page : 95 - 98
Citation :- PATH AND ASSOCIATION STUDIES AMONG YIELD, QUAUTY AND PHYSIOLOGICAL COMPONENTS IN PFAHL MILLET.Agricultural Science Digest.2005.(25):95 - 98
Poornima Mangal, A.K. Singh, Y.M. Indapurkar and H.C. Singhal
Address : Department of Plant Breeding and Genetics, JNKW, College of Agriculture, Gwalior - 474 002,lndia

Abstract

Forty two pearlnullet populations grown in randomized block design with three replications were studied for path and correlation studies among fifteen characters including quality and physiological traits. The study revealed that panicle length, grain density per square cm, head yield/plant, leaf area duration and days to 75% bloom directly influence the seed yield. Selection based on these attributes will be reliable and effective

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