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Evaluation of F2 progenies of cowpea and asparagus bean crosses



Evaluation of F2 progenies of cowpea and asparagus bean crosses



Journal of Maharashtra Agricultural Universities 31(1): 55-58



The performance of 15 F2 hybrids derived from crosses between cowpea (cultivars VCM-8, ACCC-198, ACCC-210 and ACCC-27/2) and asparagus bean (Vigna sesquipedalis (V. unguiculata subsp. sesquipedalis) cultivars Sawantwadi and Wali-3A) was evaluated in India during the rabi of 1995.

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