Genetic Diversity Of Salix For Different Growth Parameters At Two Different Sites
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Genetic Diversity Of Salix For Different Growth Parameters At Two Different Sites
Twenty-two willow clones were planted in randomized block design with three replications at two sites (University Seed Farm, Ladhowal, Ludhiana and Alamwala forest, Range Malout, Division Muktsar) to study the genetic diversity among different clones for their growth parameters. The data for plant height, collar diameter, number of branches per plant, canopy spread and diameter at breast height were recorded. All the characters under study at both the locations exhibited significant differences among different clones. On the basis of plant height and collar diameter, clones UHFS-1, UHFS-3 and UHFS-13 were found best at Ludhiana with submerged condition and clones UHFS-1 and UHFS-19 were bestDownloadViews: 63

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