2017
DOI: 10.19045/bspab.2017.60007
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Germination and field emergence potential of soybean land races vs improved varieties under different sowing dates

Abstract: Poor seed quality resulting in the establishment of poor stand which is the major problem of production in the cultivation of soybean. The objectives behind study were to evaluate the standard germination, field emergence and field emergence index of the seeds obtained from three land races (Kulat brown, Kulat white, Mothi) and two improved varieties (NARC-II, Swat-84) of soybean sown at four different dates at monthly interval from April to July during 2004, 2005 at New Developmental Farm, Agriculture Univers… Show more

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