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Int.J.Curr.Microbiol.App.Sci.2019.8(9): 1025-1030
DOI: https://doi.org/10.20546/ijcmas.2019.809.120


A New High Yielding Baby Corn Hybrid GAYMH-1 for Kharif Cultivation in Peninsular Zone and Central West Zone
P. K. Parmar1*, M. B. Patel1, S. K. Singh1, K. H. Patel1, H. S. Varma1, H. C. Parmar2, N. J. Patel3 and S. M. Khanorkar1
1Main Maize Research Station, Anand Agricultural University, Godhra-389 001, Gujarat, India
2Agricultural Research Station, Anand Agricultural University, Jabugam, India
3Department of Biochemistry, B A College of Agriculture, Anand Agricultural University, India
*Corresponding author
Abstract:

A new Baby corn hybrid, GAYMH-1 involving two diversified inbred parents was evaluated across the locations all over India during kharif 2015 to kharif 2017. It yielded on an average 14.36 Q/ha baby Corn yield and found 12.6 % superior in yield over the check HM-4 in the Peninsular Zone (PZ). It yielded on an average 22.99 Q/ha baby Corn yield and it is found 18.6 % superior in yield over the check HM-4 in Central West Zone (CWZ). From the quality point of view, this hybrid contains 87.25% moisture, 3.62 % total carbohydrate, 1.82% total soluble sugar, 1.52% reducing sugar, 0.30 % non-reducing sugar and 15.05% Vit.C (mg/100gm). This hybrid shows varying degree of resistant to major diseases in artificial condition in both the zone. It exhibited moderate resistant against CLS and moderate susceptible to moderate resistant against Charcoal rot and Turcicum Leaf blight in PZ as well as moderate resistant against Charcoal rot, RDM and Curvularia Leaf Spot diseases in CWZ. Same way this hybrid exhibited varying degree of resistance to stem borer Chillo partellus in artificial condition. It exhibited moderate resistance against Chillo partellus in both the zone. Based on the overall performance and superiority over national check HM-4, it is identified and recommended to release for kharif cultivation in the PZ and CWZ.


Keywords: Baby corn, CLS, Chillo partellus, PZ, CWZ
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Parmar, P. K., M. B. Patel, S. K. Singh, K. H. Patel, H. S. Varma, H. C. Parmar, N. J. Patel and Khanorkar, S. M. 2019. A New High Yielding Baby Corn Hybrid GAYMH-1 for Kharif Cultivation in Peninsular Zone and Central West Zone.Int.J.Curr.Microbiol.App.Sci. 8(9): 1025-1030. doi: https://doi.org/10.20546/ijcmas.2019.809.120