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Genetic components for seed yield in cowpea under drought-stressed and non-stressed environments

Genetic components for seed yield in cowpea under drought-stressed and non-stressed environments

Assiut Journal of Agricultural Sciences 22(5): 259-281

The 10 F1 hybrids produced in a half-diallel cross were planted with the 5 parental cultivars and subjected to 4 different irrigation regimes and 2 inter-hill distances. Generally seed yield increased with greater distance between plants and decreased time between irrigations. Blackeye Crowder, on average, was the highest yielder in all environments.

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