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PR 111 - a bacterial blight resistant high yielding rice variety

, : PR 111 - a bacterial blight resistant high yielding rice variety. Journal of Research, Punjab Agricultural University 31(4): 504-505

PR111, a semidwarf rice variety, was developed from the cross IR54 x PR106. In 14 trials during 1990-93 in Punjab, PR111 produced an average yield of 7384 kg/ha which was 4.81 and 4.65% greater than PR106 and PR110, respectively. It is resistant to bacterial blight Punjab pathotypes I and II, and moderately resistant to pathotypes III and IV. PR111 has a compact plant type with short, erect and narrow leaves and good tillering ability, and has dense panicles with low spikelet sterility.

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