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PERFORMANCE EVALUATION OF TEN JAPANESE BRINJAL (Solanum melongena L.) VARIETIES (Pages : 19 - 25)

H. MEHRAJ, I.H. SHIAM, S. MUTAHERA, K. MOMENA AND A.F.M. JAMAL UDDIN

An experiment was conducted to evaluate the performance of ten Japanese brinjal varieties (coded from V1-V10) at Horticulture farm, Sher-e-Bangla Agricultural University, Bangladesh during February 2013 to August 2013. Tallest plant (68.9 cm), maximum number of leaves (61.7), maximum number of flower buds/plant (23.7) and longest fruit (11.5 cm) were found from V5 but maximum number of flowers/plant (21.4), number of fruits/plant (20.6), fruit diameter (53.3 mm), fruit weight (97.5 g), yield/plant (2.0 kg) and yield/plot (23.6 kg) was obtained from V8. Fruits of V8 varieties were less susceptible (24.3%) to the brinjal fruit and shoot borer whereas V2 was reported as the most susceptible (66.3%).Download


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