Analysis of Yield Attributing Characters of Different Genotypes of Wheat in Rupandehi, Nepal ( Vol-2,Issue-5,September - October 2017 )
Author: Gobinda Pandey,Laxmeshwar Yadav, Anand Tiwari, Hom Bahadur Khatri, Samsher Basnet, Kamal Bhattarai, Binod Gyawali, Nabin Rawal, Narayan Khatri
Keyword: Genotypes, Wheat, Yield.
Abstract: Field experiment was conducted at National Wheat Research Program, Bhairahawa, Rupandehi with the objective to identify high yielding superior wheat genotypes for Rupandehi district of Nepalduring 2014. Experiment was laid out in one factorial Randomized completely block design with ten wheat genotypes including both released and promising; Annapurna 1, Annapurna 3, Pasang Lahmu, Bijaya, BL 3623, Bhirkuti, NL 297, BL 4316, BL 3978 and BL 4347with three replications. The results showed that the grain yield of BL 3978 was found higher (4.03 t ha-1) than other genotypes followed by BL 4347 (3.93t ha-1). BL 3978 have also higher number of effective tillers m-2 and test weight. Among release varieties, NL 297 show higher yield (4 t ha-1) followed by Bhirkuti (3.43 t ha-1)and Bijaya (3.37 t ha-1). From this experiment it can be concluded that BL 3978 was found promising among all genotypes however should be tested at on-farms before promoted for general cultivation in Rupandehi district of Nepal.
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