Growth and yield performance of various Brassica genotypes under the agro-ecological condition of Quetta

Jahangir Ahmed, Abdullah Baloch, M Saleem Lodhi, Abid Hussain

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field experiment was conducted to compare the growth and yield performance of seven Brassica genotypes under the Agro – Ecological condition of Quetta during 2014. The treatments comprised of V1 ((Sultan Raya)  V2(BARD – 1), V3(Dunkled ), V4(CON II), V5(Chakwal Raya), V6(19 – H) and V7 (Canola Raya), Among the seven varieties, BARD–1 produced maximum seed yield (1652.3 kg ha-1) with improved yield components like plant height, 1000 seed weight and biological yield as compared to other varieties. It is concluded that BARD–1 cultivar performed better and attained maximum yield and quality under the agro-ecological condition of Quetta.

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Brassica; Genotypes; agro-ecological

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