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EFFECT OF SEASONAL SEEDS ON GROWTH AND YIELD OF TOMATO GENOTYPES (Pages : 12 - 16)

M.M.A. MONDAL, M.H. IMAM AND A.H.M. RAZZAQUE

The experiment was conducted at the Research Field of Bangladesh Institute of Nuclear Agriculture, Mymensingh during the period from November 2008 to March 2009 to study the effects of seasonal seeds on the growth and yield performance of tomato genotypes. The experiment comprised tomato seeds collected from two seasons viz., winter (October-March) and summer (February-June) and three tomato genotypes viz., CLN-2026, CLN-2413 and CLN-2443. The experiment was designed in a two factor randomized complete block design with three replications. Results indicated that irrespective of genotypes winter seeds exhibited better seed germination, morpho-physiological characters and yield attributes resulting higher fruit yield compared to summer seeds. Genotype CLN-2413 showed the best performance regarding growth and yield parameters.Download


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