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Results of comparative studies on the productivity of dry bean cultivars and lines in hilly and mountainous areas



Results of comparative studies on the productivity of dry bean cultivars and lines in hilly and mountainous areas



Radovi Poljoprivrednog Fakulteta Univerziteta u Sarajevu 25(28): 73-82



Dry bean yields from 7 cvs at Nevesinje (900 m a.s.l.) averaged 40% lower than at Butmir (515 m a.s.l.). Yield differences were determined mainly genetically and also by locality and to lesser extent by the season. Of the total variability, 29.8% was due to the cv., 26.06% to locality and 24.00% to X locality interaction.

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