Evaluation of Quality Protein Maize Genotypes for Grain Yield in Mid Hill Districts of Nepal

  • Jiban Shrestha Nepal Agricultural Research Council, National Maize Research Program, Rampur, Chitwan
Keywords: Grain yield, Quality protein maize, Mid hills

Abstract

The present study pertaining to the identification of high yielding quality protein maize genotypes was conducted under coordinated varietal trials (CVT) at Khumaltar (Lalitpur) and Kabre (Dolakha) from 2011 to 2012 summer season and under coordinated farmers' field trials (CFFT) at Lumle (Kaski), Kimugaun (Dailekh) and Kabre (Dolakha) in 2011 summer season and at Dailekh and Kabre in 2012 summer season. The results of these trials showed that the genotypes namely Obatanpa followed by S99TLWQ-B and S01SIYQ produced the highest grain yield under coordinated varietal trials and genotypes namely S99TLYQ-B followed by S01SIWQ-3 and Poshilo Makai-1 produced the highest grain yield under coordinated farmers' field trials across testing sites and years. It is suggested that the superior genotypes derived from CFFT could be released and then recommended to farmers of mid hills of Nepal.

International Journal of Life Sciences 10 (1) : 2016; 7-9

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2016-02-10
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Shrestha, J. (2016). Evaluation of Quality Protein Maize Genotypes for Grain Yield in Mid Hill Districts of Nepal. International Journal of Life Sciences, 10(1), 7-9. https://doi.org/10.3126/ijls.v10i1.14514
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