+ Site Statistics
+ Search Articles
+ Subscribe to Site Feeds
EurekaMag Most Shared ContentMost Shared
EurekaMag PDF Full Text ContentPDF Full Text
+ PDF Full Text
Request PDF Full TextRequest PDF Full Text
+ Follow Us
Follow on FacebookFollow on Facebook
Follow on TwitterFollow on Twitter
Follow on Google+Follow on Google+
Follow on LinkedInFollow on LinkedIn

+ Translate

'VL 149' - a promising and versatile fingermillet variety

, : 'VL 149' - a promising and versatile fingermillet variety. Indian Farming 43(1): 20-21

VL149, developed from a cross between VL204 and IE882, is a tall variety which flowers in 65-67 days and matures synchronously in 100-102 days. In All India trials conducted over 4 years (1987-90), VL149 recorded 16.7% higher grain yield than the early variety PES400 and gave comparable yields with mid-late variety HR374. The highest recorded yield in farm trials was 3.5 t/ha. Stover yield in VL149 (6.4 t/ha) is comparable to that of mid-late or late varieties.

Accession: 002549592

Submit PDF Full Text: Here

Submit PDF Full Text

No spam - Every submission is manually reviewed

Due to poor quality, we do not accept files from Researchgate

Submitted PDF Full Texts will always be free for everyone
(We only charge for PDFs that we need to acquire)

Select a PDF file:

Related references

Rajkumar Solanki; Tiwari, O.P.; Savu, R.M.; Nitish Tiwari, 2005: Effect of fingermillet and blackgram intercropping on total biomass production, land equivalent ratio and fingermillet equivalent yield on vertisols of Chhattisgarh plains. A field experiment was conducted during kharif 2001 to study the effect of finger millet (cv. VL-149) and black gram (cv. TAU-2) intercropping on total biomass production, land equivalent ratio and finger millet equivalent yield on vertisols of Ch...

Agresiana, M.; Mulyadi, M.; Budijono ; Syarifudin, D.; Sukirnoto, I., 1998: The variety PS 84-16029 as a promising variety to complement F 156 in the sugarcane crop of north Sumatra. The sugarcane variety PS84-16029 was characterized for potential production in northern Sumatra, as a complementary variety for the widely grown F156. PS84-16029 produces straight stems, shows good germination and fast growth, canes are easy to pe...

Troxler, J.C.llaud, J.; Lehmann, J.W.ilenmann, F., 1980: Borrus, a new variety of versatile oat variety in our collection. Revue suisse d'agriculture 12(3): 99-101

Anonymous, 2004: Palms: versatile and promising resource

Blom, P.S., 1980: Leucaena, a promising versatile leguminous tree for the tropics. Information on L. leucocephala is reviewed under the headings: the plant and its environment; cultivation for forage production; forage potential; mimosine content; use in pastures; feeding; feed rations; wood products; energy potential; other use...

Singla, P.; Luxami, V.; Paul, K., 2016: Triazine as a promising scaffold for its versatile biological behavior. Among all heterocycles, the triazine scaffold occupies a prominent position, possessing a broad range of biological activities. Triazine is found in many potent biologically active molecules with promising biological potential like anti-inflammato...

Colpa, D.I.; Fraaije, M.W.; van Bloois, E., 2014: DyP-type peroxidases: a promising and versatile class of enzymes. DyP peroxidases comprise a novel superfamily of heme-containing peroxidases, which is unrelated to the superfamilies of plant and animal peroxidases. These enzymes have so far been identified in the genomes of fungi, bacteria, as well as archaea,...

Cuchet, D.; Potel, C.; Thomas, Jélle.; Epstein, A.L., 2007: HSV-1 amplicon vectors: a promising and versatile tool for gene delivery. Amplicons are defective and non-integrative vectors derived from herpes simplex virus type 1. They carry no virus genes in the vector genome and are, therefore, not toxic to the infected cells or pathogenic for the transduced organisms, making the...

Blom P.S., 1981: Leucaena leucocephala a promising versatile leguminous tree for the tropics. L. leucocephala is a multi-purpose leguminous tree adapted to cultivation in the sub-humid and humid tropical regions where average annual rainfall is between 600 and 1800 mm. It is valued for producing high quality fodder. Cultivation techniques,...

Yao, Z.; Li, J.; Zhao, X., 2011: Molten salt oxidation: a versatile and promising technology for the destruction of organic-containing wastes. Molten salt oxidation (MSO), a robust thermal but non-flame process, has the inherent capability of destroying organic constituents in wastes, while retaining inorganic and radioactive materials in situ. It has been considered as an alternative to...