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Results of the Second International Pearl Millet Adaptation Trial (IPMAT-2), 1976


, : Results of the Second International Pearl Millet Adaptation Trial (IPMAT-2), 1976. Results of the Second International Pearl Millet Adaptation Trial IPMAT 2, 1976: 67

Data are presented on yield, height and disease incidence for 20 entries (including hybrids, inbreds, population bulks, varieties and synthetics) grown at 20 sites in India and in six other Asian and African countries. ICH105, BK560, ICH13, Ex Bornu, ICH107, ICH108, Syn.7601 and WC-CX75 performed well at all sites. Resistance to Sclerospora in Ex Bornu, WC-CX75, NC-SX75 and PHB14 was effective in both India and West Africa.

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