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Genetic components for yield and its contributing characters in okra



Genetic components for yield and its contributing characters in okra



Indian Journal of Horticulture 48(1): 71-74



Six diverse homozygous okra (Abelmoschus esculentus) lines/varieties were crossed in a full diallel. The 30 F1 hybrids and 6 parents were grown during the rainy season of 1985-86 at Hisar. The data were used to derive information on genetic variance and heritability. Heritability estimates in the narrow-sense were high for first fruiting node and number of branches/plant, and moderate for days to 50% flowering and plant height.

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