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Seed production of advanced breeding lines and cultivars of bush snap bean in Anapolis - GO



Seed production of advanced breeding lines and cultivars of bush snap bean in Anapolis - GO



Horticultura Brasileira 11(2): 151-152



Twelve advanced breeding lines and 3 cultivars were sown on 9 May 1991. Flowering started 40 to 43 days later and the seeds were harvested at 113 days after sowing. There was large genotypic variation for reaction to Colletotrichum lindemuthianum on leaves and pods. Average yield ranged from 9 to 18 pods/plant with 4-6 seeds/pod, and 100-seed weight ranged from 25 to 41 g.

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