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PL 419 - a new variety of barley (Hordeum vulgare L.)






Journal of Research, Punjab Agricultural University 1997; 32(3): 360

PL 419 - a new variety of barley (Hordeum vulgare L.)

Barley variety PL419 was derived from the cross PL101 x BH182 and was released in the Indian Punjab in September 1995. PL419 is 6-rowed, semi-dwarf, stiff-stemmed, lodging resistant and matures in 130 days. In field trials conducted during 1989-90 to 1994-95 in the Indian Punjab, average yields of PL419 and the control variety PL56 were 4000 and 3635 kg/ha, respectively.


Accession: 002914540



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