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Development of yellow seeded mustard strains with high oil content



Development of yellow seeded mustard strains with high oil content



Cruciferae Newsletter ( 19): 11-12



Mustard (Brassica juncea) strains NDYR8 and NDYR10 were developed using TM9 and YRT3 as donor parents for yellow seed colour. NDYR8 is a selection from a double cross (T6342 x Varuna) x (TM9 x RW75-123-2) and NDYR10 is a selection from the cross Varuna x YRT3. In trials alongwith the standard controls Narendra Rai and Kranti during 1990-93, NDYR8 and NDYR10 had average yields of 1456 and 1307 kg/ha, respectively, compared to the control average of 1232.5 kg/ha.

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