Study of Genetic Variability among Midlate Maturing Sugarcane Clones for Different Yield and Juice Quality Traits under Waterlogged Condition

@article{Krishna2017StudyOG,
  title={Study of Genetic Variability among Midlate Maturing Sugarcane Clones for Different Yield and Juice Quality Traits under Waterlogged Condition},
  author={Bal Krishna and D. N. Kamat and B. Rajendra Kumar and Jay Jay Ram and G. Sunil Kumar and R. Usha Kumari and S. Bharati and Relisha Ranjan and Suresh Kumar},
  journal={International Journal of Current Microbiology and Applied Sciences},
  year={2017},
  volume={6},
  pages={1390-1397}
}
Sugarcane is an important agro-industrial crop of India. It is grown in 5.30 million hectare with total production of 366.8 million tonnes and productivity of 69.1 tonnes/ha. where as in Bihar it is grown in an area of 3.02 lakh hectare with production of 14.90 lakh tonnes and productivity 50 tonnes/ha (2014-15, Indian sugar February, 2016). A considerable area under sugarcane crop in several parts of India is exposed to stagnant water for two to three months during monsoon season. The short… 

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