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Variability studies of some quantitative characters in mulberry

Variability studies of some quantitative characters in mulberry

Advances in Forestry Research in India 17: 118-124

In a study in Assam, India, in 1992/94, 16 varieties of mulberry were established by grafting, to examine the magnitude of variation of their yield characters (total primary branch length/plant, total secondary branch length/plant, number of primary branch nodes/m, number of secondary branch nodes/m and leaf yield/plant). Considerable variation was observed for all the characters studied. Leaf yield/plant had a positive association with the number of primary branch nodes/m (r = 0.512).

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