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Association analysis in garlic



Association analysis in garlic



Journal of Research Assam Agricultural University 5(2): 181-183



Nine cultivars of garlic (Allium sativum L.) were grown for two consecutive years and genotypic and phenotypic correlation and path analysis were done for bulb yield and its components. Bulb weight was positively and significantly correlated with all the traits in both years. Path coefficient analysis revealed that clove weight and leaf length registered maximum positive direct effect with bulb weight. The indirect effects of other attributes were also maximum through these two characters. In the light of present findings, component selection with greater emphasis on clove weight and leaf length with medium to dwarf plant height has been suggested in garlic.

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