Rainfed lowland rice breeding strategies for Northeast Thailand. II. Comparison of intrastation and interstation selection

@inproceedings{Cooper1999RainfedLR,
  title={Rainfed lowland rice breeding strategies for Northeast Thailand. II. Comparison of intrastation and interstation selection},
  author={Mark Cooper and S Rajatasereekul and B. Somrith and S. Sriwisut and S. Im-mark and C Boonwite and A Suwanwongse and S. Ruangsook and Prissana Hanviriyapant and Panya Romyen and P Porn-uraisanit and Ekasith Skulkhu and Shu Fukai and J. W. M. Basnayake and Dean W. Podlich},
  year={1999}
}
There has been limited progress for grain yield of rainfed lowland rice in Northeast Thailand since the 1960s. The current breeding strategy operates as a series of six semi-independent pedigree programs, each at a different site. Each program has three major phases of selection: (1) intrastation selection, (2) interstation selection, and (3) on-farm selection. The expected selection response for grain yield based on intrastation and interstation selection was examined using a combination of… CONTINUE READING

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