Evaluation of Morphological, Quality and Yield Characteristics of Some Registered Chickpea (Cicer arietinum L.) Varieties in the Eastern-Mediterranean Region
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Keywords:chickpea, registered varieties, Adaptation, agricultural parameters
This research was conducted to evaluate regional adaptation of registered chickpea varieties, their yield and some yield related characteristics observed at field experiments under winter growth conditions in Eastern Mediterranean region of Turkey in Adana location during 2014 and 2015. The experiments were conducted in fields of Eastern Mediterranean Agricultural Research Institute. During this study, the varieties were evaluated in Adana location for their fitness to winter growth conditions. In research, it was tested in total 20 varieties as 17 registered varieties and three control and examined yield, quality, disease, and pest tolerance parameters. The results of research was showed that the highest and the lowest yield resulted in 2014 for Adana location were 3.89 t/ha and 0.82 t/ha for experiment, respectively. In 2015, the highest and the lowest yield was 4.42 t/ha and 2.6 t/ha for experiment in Adana location, respectively. Akça variety, which based on the average values for the experiment prominent variety, produced highest values compared to other varieties in terms of fresh weight, water uptake capacity, wet volume and swelling capacity for quality values for both growing seasons of 2014 and 2015.
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