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Studies on breeding forage sorghum by utilizing heterosis. III. On the potentialities of utilizing male-sterile strains and on promising male types



Studies on breeding forage sorghum by utilizing heterosis. III. On the potentialities of utilizing male-sterile strains and on promising male types



Ikushugaku Zasshi/Jap. J. Breeding. 18: 41-45



Of the 18 F1s produced, heterosis for green-forage yield was highest in those from dwarf, male-sterile seed parents and the pollen parents Regs. Hegari (Hegari group) and Greenleaf and sweet Sudan (Sudan-grass group).

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