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Journal:   SEED AND PLANT IMPROVEMENT JOURNAL   2010 , Volume 26-1 , Number 2; Page(s) 293 To 295.
 
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AZAD, A NEW CHICKPEA CULTIVAR FOR DRYLAND MODERATE AND SEMI WARM CLIMATE OF IRAN

 
 
Author(s):  SABAGHPOUR S.H.*, SAFIKHANI M., PEZESHKPOUR P., JAHANGIRI A., SARPARAST R., VAYSKARAMI I., POURSIAHBIDI M., SHAHRIARI D., MAHMOODI F., KESHAVARZ K.
 
* DRYLAND AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH INSTITUTE, MARAGHEH, IRAN
 
Abstract: 
Azad is a new high-yielding chickpea (Cicer ari e tinum L.) cultivar for rainfed areas, resistant to ascochyta blight, with erect growth habit a nd large s eed size de v eloped at the Dryland Agricultural Research Institute (DARI). The pure line FLIP 93-93 (FLIP85- l22C I FLIP82-150C II FLIP86-77C) along with other lines were received from ICARDA through CIYT-W-MR-96 experiment in 1996. It was evaluated in preliminary, A test and B test trials for seed yield, agronomic performance and diseases in Sara rood, Kohdashat, Ilam, Gachsaran, and Gonbad research stations during 1997-2003. Due to high potential yield and desirable characters, it was selected and forwarded to trials for stability of seed yield carried out at those stations for three cropping seasons (2001-04) under rainfed condition. FLIP93-93 with a mean seed yield of 1181 kgha-1 in Kermanshah, Lorestan, Ilam and 2258kgha-1 in Gonbad and Gachsaran produced significantly higher yield than checks. Result s of statistical analysis on seed yield, u s ing different methods of stability showed that this line was one of the most stable genotypes. FLIP93-93 together with 66 advance lines were evaluated for resistance to different races of Ascochyta rabiei under field condition at Gorgan, Kermanshah and Gachsaran research stations and in greenhouse in Varamin during 2002-2004. The results showed that this line was highly resistants to the disease in field condition and to 5 races in greenhouse. In on - farm experiments in two locations in Kermanshah (Bisoton and Bilevar) during 2001-2002 FLIP93-93 with 1062 and 803kgha-1 produced significantly higher yield than the local check (Bivanij). In three locations of Kermanshah (Kozaran, Bilevar and Doroodferaman) in farmrs field, this line with 1377, 1100 and 1263 kgha-1 produced 52, 43, 96 percent higher yield than Bivanij. Its yield in two farmer fields in Lorestan was also 15% and 23% higher than the yield of the check cultivar Greet, and in Golestan 25% higher than Hashem, an improved chickpea cultivar. FLIP93-93 was officially registered by Agricultural Research, Education and Extension Organization in 2008 as a new chickpea cultivar named Azad, for cultivation in moderate and semi warm climate of Iran.
 
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SABAGHPOUR, S., & SAFIKHANI, M., & PEZESHKPOUR, P., & JAHANGIRI, A., & SARPARAST, R., & VAYSKARAMI, I., & POURSIAHBIDI, M., & SHAHRIARI, D., & MAHMOODI, F., & KESHAVARZ, K. (2010). AZAD, A NEW CHICKPEA CULTIVAR FOR DRYLAND MODERATE AND SEMI WARM CLIMATE OF IRAN. SEED AND PLANT IMPROVEMENT JOURNAL, 26-1(2), 293-295. https://www.sid.ir/en/journal/ViewPaper.aspx?id=274686



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SABAGHPOUR S.H., SAFIKHANI M., PEZESHKPOUR P., JAHANGIRI A., SARPARAST R., VAYSKARAMI I., POURSIAHBIDI M., SHAHRIARI D., MAHMOODI F., KESHAVARZ K.. AZAD, A NEW CHICKPEA CULTIVAR FOR DRYLAND MODERATE AND SEMI WARM CLIMATE OF IRAN. SEED AND PLANT IMPROVEMENT JOURNAL. 2010 [cited 2021May12];26-1(2):293-295. Available from: https://www.sid.ir/en/journal/ViewPaper.aspx?id=274686



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SABAGHPOUR, S., SAFIKHANI, M., PEZESHKPOUR, P., JAHANGIRI, A., SARPARAST, R., VAYSKARAMI, I., POURSIAHBIDI, M., SHAHRIARI, D., MAHMOODI, F., KESHAVARZ, K., 2010. AZAD, A NEW CHICKPEA CULTIVAR FOR DRYLAND MODERATE AND SEMI WARM CLIMATE OF IRAN. SEED AND PLANT IMPROVEMENT JOURNAL, [online] 26-1(2), pp.293-295. Available: https://www.sid.ir/en/journal/ViewPaper.aspx?id=274686.



 
 
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