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Int.J.Curr.Microbiol.App.Sci.2019.8(11): 1522-1530
DOI: https://doi.org/10.20546/ijcmas.2019.811.177


Evaluation and Selection of Fine and Semi Fine Rice Grain (Oryza sativa L.) Genotypes for Agro-Morphological Traits under Augmented Block Design in Temperate Conditions of Kashmir Valley
Uzma Mehraj*, F.A. Sheikh1, S. Najeeb2, Mushtaq Ahmad­­3A.B. Shikari2, Shabir H. Wani2, M.A. Ahangar2, M.A. Khanand M.A. Bhat1
1Faculty of Agriculture, Wadura Sopore, India
2Mountain Research Centre for Field Crops, Khudwani, Anantnag, Jammu & Kashmir-192102, India
3 Mountain Agriculture Research and Extension Station, Kargil, SKUAST-K, India
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Abstract:

Field experiment was conducted for evaluation and selection of fine and semi-fine grain rice genotypes under temperate conditions of Kashmir valley during Kharif 2017-18. In this experiment among 56 fine and semi fine rice grain genotypes evaluated under augmented block design, sufficient amount of variability was observed for grain yield per hectare and its components. The analysis of variance for grain yield and its attributing traits among treatments, checks and checks + checks vs varieties revealed presence of significant variation in the studied genotypes. However with respect to checks, non-significant differences were recorded for tillers plant-1, plant height (cm) and test weight (g). The results indicated that among 56 rice genotypes including checks, only 19 rice genotypes expressed higher yield and its attributing traits compared to four checks varieties under temperate conditions of Kashmir. The genotypes AVT-FG-V1(74.8 q/ha), AVT-FG-V2(69.1q/ha), AVT-FG-V4(59.7 q/ha), AVT-FG-V5(70.7 q/ha), AVT-FG-V6(69.1 q/ha), AVT-FG-V8(66.9 q/ha), PVT-V1(61.5 q/ha), IURON-10(59.9 q/ha), IURON-8(49.1 q/ha), IURON-20 (43.7 q/ha), IRTON-23(48.7 q/ha), IRTON-25 (81.6 q/ha), AVT-1-V3(56.1 q/ha), IVT-BT-3010(41.9 q/ha), IVT-1M(H) 2817(55.7 q/ha), IVT-1E(H) 2606 (80.1 q/ha), AVT-1E(H) 2511(60.4 q/ha), IVT-1M(H) 2810 (40.8 q/ha), and AVT-1M(H) 2506 (41.0 q/ha) were the top ranking genotypes with respect to yield per hectare.


Keywords: Temperate, Augmented block design, Fine and semi-fine rice, ANOVA
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Uzma Mehraj, F.A. Sheikh, S. Najeeb, Mushtaq Ahmad, A.B. Shikari, Shabir H. Wani, M.A. Ahangar, M.A. Khan and Bhat, M.A. 2019. Evaluation and Selection of Fine and Semi Fine Rice Grain (Oryza sativa L.) Genotypes for Agro-Morphological Traits under Augmented Block Design in Temperate Conditions of Kashmir Valley.Int.J.Curr.Microbiol.App.Sci. 8(11): 1522-1530. doi: https://doi.org/10.20546/ijcmas.2019.811.177