Biometrical Analysis of Capsules per Plant in Salinity in Linseed Plant
Keywords:Linum usitatissimum, Hybrid seeds, Salinity, Varieties, Cultivars
The main objective of breeding linseed is the improvement of yield potential at the new cultivars; so that they became more desirable agronomically and economically, viz. higher yield improved the content and the quality of oil resistance, decreased pests, early maturity fertilizers responsiveness and genetics extension of seed filling period. The present study deals with the measurement of capsules per plant under salinity conditions.
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