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Assessment of the performance of graded, ungraded and undersized seeds for productivity in wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) and gram (Cicer arietinum L.)



Assessment of the performance of graded, ungraded and undersized seeds for productivity in wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) and gram (Cicer arietinum L.)



Seeds and Farms 12(2): 22-24



There were n.s.d. in grain/seed yields of both wheat and gram when grown from 3 classes of seed (breeder, foundation and certified).

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