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Abstract
Journal of Applied and Natural Science 6 (1): 258-261 (2014)
Screening of three promising rice genotypes for rainfed shallow lowlands of red and lateritic areas of West Bengal, India
G.K. Mallick*, K. Jana, S. Ghosh and G. Sardar
Rice Research Station, Nutanchati, Bankura – 722101 (West Bengal), INDIA
*Corresponding author. E-mail: mallickgkgene@gmail.com
Abstract : A field experiment was conducted during kharif 2011-12 at Rice Research Station, Bankura, West Bengal to screen promising rice genotypes suitable for rainfed shallow lowland situation of red and lateritic areas of West Bengal. Among the thirty genotypes of rice tested, only three genotypes gave significantly higher yields over best check variety Swarna sub-1 (5324 kg ha-1). These three promising genotypes of rice were IET 21987 (6898 kg ha-1), IET 21979 (6759 kg ha-1) and IET 21996 (6342 kg ha-1). It is to be noted that IET 21987 is a nomination from Rice Research Station, Bankura, West Bengal. It was nominated to AICRIP trial IVT-RSL during 2010 in the designation of CN 1317-557-56-BNKR 42-2-3.

Keywords : Bankura, IET 21987, Rainfed shallow lowlands, Red and lateritic areas, Rice genotypes
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