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Yield and yield stability of pure and mixed stands of sorghum (Sorghum bicolor (L.) Moench) varieties in north Cameroon

by John T. Russell

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Statementby John T. Russell
The Physical Object
Paginationxiii, 184 leaves :
Number of Pages184
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Open LibraryOL24586699M
OCLC/WorldCa25151733

fresh forage yield and dry matter yield of the sorghum crop. It may be concluded that seed priming along with foliar applications of growth promoting substances may serve as an appropriate treatment for accelerating the emergence as well as final yield of the crop and priming, along with foliar applications of MLE is the best choice in this Size: KB. Yields attributes and yield of blackgram The data pertaining to effect of different levels of zinc and molybdenum on grain yield. Significantly the highest grain yield ( t ha-1), was observed under treatment (T 9) R.D.F + Zinc kg ha-1 + Molybdenum .

The genotype and environment interaction influences the selection criteria of sorghum (Sorghum bicolor) genotypes. Eight sweet sorghum genotypes were evaluated at five different locations in two growing seasons of The aim was to determine the interaction between genotype and environment on cane, juice, and ethanol yield and to identify best genotypes for bioethanol production in by: 2. Bidya Sinha Saha Mim is a beautiful model and actress from Bangladesh. She was born in 10th November, at Rajshahi, Bangladesh. She is a Hindu by birth.

National Sorghum Producers Yield Contest Results State and National Winners will be recognized at the NSP Yield Contest Awards Dinner on Friday, Febru during the 5 Commodity Classic, February 26 –28 in Phoenix, Arizona. NATIONAL WINNERS *NOTE: NATIONAL WINNERS SELECTED FROM STATE 1ST PLACE WINNERS*. Grain Sorghum Trials Publications. Texas Grain Sorghum Performance Variety Trial Publication; Grain Sorghum Hybrid Trial Report. Grain Sorghum Variety Trial .


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Yield and yield stability of pure and mixed stands of sorghum (Sorghum bicolor (L.) Moench) varieties in north Cameroon by John T. Russell Download PDF EPUB FB2

Full text of "Yield and yield stability of pure and mixed stands of sorghum (Sorghum bicolor (L.) Moench) varieties in north Cameroon" See other formats. Rank correlation among the sorghum stability parameters and stability parameters-yield in Ethiopia CV i (%) σ 2 i S 2 i b i Sd 2 i Yield W i2 ** Author: Asfaw Adugna.

Sorghum [Sorghum bicolor (L.) Moench] is one of four herbaceous dedicated bioenergy crops the U.S. Department of Energy identified as critical to annually produce one billion tons of dry biomass. Of these four crops, sorghum is unique as it is a drought-tolerant, annual crop established from seed that is readily tractable to genetic improvement.

The purpose of this study was to assess the Cited by: Yield and Yield Stability of Four Population Types of Grain Sorghum in a Semi-Arid Area of Kenya Article (PDF Available) in Crop Science 40(2) March with Reads How we measure 'reads'.

Showemimo – Grain yield response and stability indices in sorghum 71 Table 3. Mean yield of the sorghum genotypes and their stability indices. Entries were evaluated for three crop years () at five locations in Nigeria.

Genotype Yield (t/ha) b s2d r2 W NR a ** ** NR a ** **   Abstract. Sorghum [Sorghum bicolor (L.) Moench] is a drought-resilient crop, grown extensively in semiarid tropics of the understand the scenario of sorghum cultivation across the world, trends in area and yield gain and associated changes in yield stability were analyzed in the top 10 sorghum-producing countries from to ASSESSMENT OF YIELD STABILITY IN SORGHUM ASFAW ADUGNA Melkassa Agricultural Research Center,Nazareth, Ethiopia (Received 29 November ; accepted February, ) ABSTRACT Sorghum (Sorghum bicolor L.

(Moench)) is the third major cereal crop in Ethiopia in terms of area and production next to tef (Eragrostis tef) and maize (Zea.

The timing of intercropping is an important factor in increasing the sorghum grain yield and forage production. Our results show that palisade grass or guinea grass must be intercropped with sorghum at topdressing fertilization to achieve the highest sorghum grain yield, although this significantly reduces the forage by: ).

In West Africa, however, no such studies have been conducted to establish the stability of sorghum lines. This study was thus, conducted with a view to compare the grain yield and relative stability of sorghum hybrids and their parental lines in West Africa dry land condition. The three evaluation traits used were grain yields.

Maximum yield under highly unpredictable environments should be associated with selection of genotypes with superior performance across good and poor environments. Several stability parameters have been proposed to identify superior genotypes over a wide range of environments. None of these has been used as selection criteria, however, because of their low by: Sorghum (Sorghum bicolor L.

(Moench)) is the third major cereal crop in Ethiopia in terms of area and production next to tef (Eragrostis tef) and maize (Zea mays). It is the major crop in drought stressed lowland areas that cover 66% of the total arable land in the country.

Yield stability is one of the setbacks facing plant breeders in developing widely adapted varieties with superior by: yield. Some late maturing, spreading cowpea genotypes produced little or no grain yield. The yield and yield components of sorghum were not affected by cowpea genotype. Analysis of the intercrop productivity (LER) demonstrated that intercropping sorghum with IT95K gave the highest value ().

Based on high grain and fodder yields. Evaluation of yield and advantage indices of sorghum (Sorghum bicolor L.) and mungbean (Vigna radiate L.) Department of Plant Ecophysiology, University of Tabriz, Iran ABSTRACT Intercropping is considered for increasing and stability of yield per unit.

In order to study the effects of 1 the yield of the pureCited by: 1. ESTIMATION OF YIELD AND YIELD STABILITY OF SPRING BARLEY GENOTYPE MIXTURES Table 1 Characteristics of genotype mixtures Mixture Number of components Criteria for the selection of components for mixtures* M 1, M 2 3 Different adaptability to growing conditions M 3 3 Different plant growth habit – erect, intermediate and planophyle M 4 5.

The yield difference (grain sorghum minus corn) increased as July and August maximum temperatures increased. Monthly minimum temperatures affected corn yield less than grain sorghum yield.

Producers in this region likely can minimize production risks by considering this historical yield information. yield of sorghum in these areas, particularly during the last two decades was only kg/fed (Hassan, ).

This yield gap can only be bridged by improvement of crop management practices such as proper fertilization or by addition of organic manures. The importance of soil organic matter is.

of sorghum [Sorghum bicolor (L.) Moench] with respect to grain yield and its components using thirty-sixhybrids. The hybrids and their parents were evaluated to assess the combining ability and gene action governing the quantitative traits. Among the hybrids, CSV 15 x SPV recorded maximum grain yield w and per cent Cited by:   Sorghum (Sorghum bicolor L.

(Moench)) is the third major cereal crop in Ethiopia in terms of area and production next to tef (Eragrostis tef) and maize (Zea mays). It is the major crop in drought stressed lowland areas that cover 66% of the total arable land in the country.

Yield stability is one of the setbacks facing plant breeders in developing widely adapted varieties with superior by: Grain yield potential per plant of US maize hybrids does not appear to have increased between and Yield potential of a cultivar or hybrid has been defined as the yield of a cultivar or hybrid when grown under non-limiting abiotic and biotic conditions in an environment to which it is adapted (Evans and Fischer, ).Grain yields of US maize hybrids from the s to s did not Cited by: Monocultures of both crops were also planted in both years.

Sorghum N yield was 9% greater with Rj 1 than with rj 1 in This was due to increased N yield of sorghum associated with Rj 1 in m rows; soybean cv. had no effect on sorghum N yield in m rows.

Sorghum yield was not. Combining ability analysis for yield and grain mold resistance in Kharif sorghum [Sorghum bicolor (L.) Moench] RAMALING HUNDEKAR, M.Y.

KAMATAR, S.M. BRUNDA AND VINODKUMAR PATTAR S orghum (Sorghum bicolor) is the fourth most important cereal following rice, wheat and maize and staple food in the semi-arid parts of the world. Kharif sorghum.Stability analysis on seed yield and its components in peas. Bulg. J. Agric.

Sci., Two cultivars and seven of newly developed pea lines were tested to determine the genotypic variability, heritability, ad-aptation and stable ability of individual lines for seed yield and yield components at Experiment Field of the Selcuk Univer.The line also had a yield that was higher than the standard level.

The line had an average yield of the Obzor cultivar. The other lines had low yields. We noticed that the linewhose yield was lower than for the aforementioned lines.