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2013 (Vol. 5, Issue: 4)
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Screening of Pea Cultivars for Yield and Resistance towards Powdery Mildew in Dry Temperate Zone, Kaghan Valley

Ihsan Ullah, Mubashar Jadoon, Anayat Ur Rehman, Khalid Khan and Tahseen Zeb
Corresponding Author:  Ihsan Ullah 

Key words:  Cultivars, powdery mildew, resistant, susceptible, , ,
Vol. 5 , (4): 71-73
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October 30, 2012 December 20, 2012 July 25, 2013
Abstract:

Field studies were conducted at Potato Research Farm, Battakundi (upper Kaghan valley) to evaluate eight Pea cultivars for yield potential against Powdery mildew during summer 2011. The disease severely infected the cultivars “Spring and Strike” up to the maximum at each side. Six cultivars were found resistant and two susceptible to the disease. Among the resistant cultivars, cultivar “Misty” out yielded with fresh Pod yield of 10.55 tons/ha followed by cultivars Legacy, Climax, Tops, Green cross Advinta giving fresh Pod yield of 10, 8.89, 7.09 and 6.48 tons/ha, respectively.
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Ihsan Ullah, Mubashar Jadoon, Anayat Ur Rehman, Khalid Khan and Tahseen Zeb , 2013. Screening of Pea Cultivars for Yield and Resistance towards Powdery Mildew in Dry Temperate Zone, Kaghan Valley.  Asian Journal of Agricultural Sciences, 5(4): 71-73.
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