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HETEROSIS FOR YIELD AND YIELD COMPONENTS IN MUNGBEAN [VIGNA RADIATA (L) WILCZEKj

Article Id: ARCC5117 | Page : 5-8
Citation :- HETEROSIS FOR YIELD AND YIELD COMPONENTS IN MUNGBEAN [VIGNA RADIATA (L) WILCZEKj.Agricultural Science Digest.2000.(20):5-8
R.P. Aher, P.P. Surve and D.V. Dahat
Address : Department of Agricultural Botany Mahatma Phule Krishi Vidyapeeth, Rahuri-413 722, India

Abstract

A set of 28 crosses Involving ten parents was studied to get Information on
the extent of herterosls over better parent (BP), mid parent (MP) and standard
variety (SV) for yield and yield contributing characters. The maximum better
parent heterosis for grain yield/plant was observed to be 42.23% and that of
standard variety found to be 53.65%. The crosses showing heterosis for grain
yield were not heterotic for all the characters. Tata mung local x KDM-l, AKM9504
x PIP-2-54-4, AKM 8802 x Tata mung local, Tata mung local x TARM-18
and Kopargaon x KDM-l hybrids were identified as promising for many desirable
traits and they may be useful in exploiting hybrid vigour in mungbean.

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