Khizra Naeem Siddique, Shailesh Marker and Anam Rizvi
At the Field Experimentation Centre, Department of GPB, SHUATS, Prayagraj, the study was carried out with 30 genotypes of linseed in a Randomized Block Design which was replicated three times. The yield and yield traits of 30 linseed genotypes were evaluated, and the results revealed that the phenotypic coefficient of variance was higher than the associated GCV and PCV, respectively. Under rainfed conditions, seed yield per plant showed significant and positive correlations with the quantity of seeds/plant, the weight of a 1000 seeds, and the number of days till flowering, whereas under irrigated conditions, seed yield per plant showed significant and positive correlations with the quantity of seeds per plant, the weight of a 1000 seeds, the number of primary branches per plant, and the height of the plant at the genotypic level and it shows the significant and positive correlations with number of seeds per plant, 1000-seed weight and primary branches per plant at phenotypic level.
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