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Vol. 8, Issue 5, Part I (2024)

The effect of sweet sorghum hybrid on grain yield and juice yield

Author(s): Dalvi DG, Thombre PR, Jawale LN and Deshmukh AD
Abstract: The present investigation entitled “Studies on yield parameter in sweet sorghum hybrids {Sorghum bicolor (L) Moench}” was undertaken to study the effect of sweet sorghum hybrid on grain yield and juice yield. The experiment was conducted at Sorghum Research Station, Vasantrao Naik Marathwada Agricultural University, Parbhani during the Kharif season of 2022-2023 under field conditions. The Randomized Block Design with three replications was used for the experiment of 32 genotypes of sweet sorghum hybrids. The results revealed that, Yield and yield components viz., 1000-grain weight of genotype AKMS 90A × RSSV 522 (24.00 gm), number of grains per ear head of genotype AKMS 90A × SSV 74 (2114.00 grains), grain yield per plot of genotype 8914A× ICSV17335 (1.12 kg/plot), and harvest index of genotype IIMR15A×11NRL (10.23%) was significantly higher than rest of all other genotypes. Juice yield parameter viz., Among the genotypes 2297A×RSSV260 recorded higher juice yield (2.33 l/plot), genotype AKMS 90A×I-7 recorded higher green cane yield (13.75 kg/plot), genotype PMS 42A×RSSV 522 higher juice extraction (50%), genotype 473A×RSSV 522 recorded higher non reducing sugar (11.23%), genotype IIMR 35A×ICSV17472 and 8914A×ICSV17335 recorded high reducing sugar (1.66%) were found significantly higher than rest of all other hybrid genotypes.
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How to cite this article:
Dalvi DG, Thombre PR, Jawale LN, Deshmukh AD. The effect of sweet sorghum hybrid on grain yield and juice yield. Int J Adv Biochem Res 2024;8(5):729-735. DOI: 10.33545/26174693.2024.v8.i5i.1203
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