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A comparative study of quantitative traits under different environments in Indian mustard



A comparative study of quantitative traits under different environments in Indian mustard



Annals of Biology 21(2): 169-172



Eight cultivars of Indian mustard (Rajat, PCR-10, DHR-9401, RH 30, BIO 902, RH 819, Varuna and RH 8812) were crossed in a diallel design excluding reciprocals during 1998-99 in Hisar, Haryana, India. In the rabi season of 1999-2000, F1 seeds of all parental lines and their crosses were evaluated under normal and terminal moisture stress (withholding irrigation after 50 days after sowing, DAS).

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