Heterosis for Yield and its Components in Okra ( Abelmoschus esculentus L . Moench )

@inproceedings{Kerure2019HeterosisFY,
  title={Heterosis for Yield and its Components in Okra ( Abelmoschus esculentus L . Moench )},
  author={Prakash Kerure and M. Pitchaimuthu and V. Srinivasa and Rangarajan Venugopalan},
  year={2019}
}
Okra is originated in tropical Africa. It is an introduced vegetable crop in India. Although, it is a multipurpose and multifarious crop, it is extensively grown for its tender pods, which are used as a very popular, tasty and gelatinous vegetable. Okra is the most important vegetable crop in India. Among the vegetables grown in India, okra occupies fifth position, next to tomato in area. Yield plateau seems to have been reached in openpollinated varieties of okra. However, it could be improved… CONTINUE READING

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