Comparison of Agronomic Characters, Yield and Quality Between Female and Male Plants of Long-shape Yam “So-Fong”
|Keywords:||2000年豆類、茶及新興作物育種及生產技術改進研討會;Proceeding of the Symposium on the Improvement of Breeding and Production Techniques of Legumes, Tea and New Special Crops 2000||Issue Date:||Nov-2000||Publisher:||台中：農業試驗所||Start page/Pages:||265-266||Source:||2000年豆類、茶及新興作物育種及生產技術改進研討會:||Abstract:||
This experiment was conducted at Chi-an site and Hsing-chen site located in the eastern part of Taiwan in the 1999 fall crop season. The tubes of male and female plants from the accession “So-Fong” were separately harvested for further test. In the 2000 spring crop season, the tubes of male and female plants were sown individually for investigation. Female plants grew more vigor and growth duration than male plants. The flowering duration of male plants was about two weeks. It was found the seeds in the pods of male and female plants grew quickly one month after fertilization. All leaves fell in the last ten days of October, meanwhile, the female plants outyielded than the male plants by 7% in yield. The influence of deflower on the charactistics and yield of female plants were no significance.
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