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Title

COMPARISION OF OIL YIELD AND SOME AGRONOMI CHARACTERISTICS IN PRE-CHILLING SAFFLOWER (CARTHAMUS TINCTORIUS) SPRING CULTIVARS WITH WINTER CULTIVAR

Author(s)

MIRZAKHANI M.

Pages

  43-55

Keywords

SAFFLOWER (CARTHAMUS TINCTORIUS)Q3

Abstract

 This study was carried out in order to comparision of OIL YIELD and some agronomi characteristics in prechilling safflower (Carthamus tinctorius) spring cultivars with winter cultivar in field of farahan university in Markazi province in year 2006. A randomized complete block design with three replications was used 10 number of pre-chilling spring cultivars and 18 number of winter safflower cultivar (Padid, S-6-46, LRV-51-13, LRV-51-20, 697, LRV-290, K.W.2, Yenice, LRV-51-11, K.C.72, K.A.72, IL-128, Marand local variety, L.S.P, IL-119, IL-111, Miandoab local variety, Gila, uc-1, LSP, Nebraska-10, Esfahan local variety, Arak-2811, FO2, Davari-2811, ES.68, IL-111 (2), LRV-51-51). Planting date was 2006/10/14. Each plot consisted of 2 rows, 5 m long with 50 cm distance between rows and 5 cm between plants on the rows. In this study characteristics such as: plant height, height of first branch, stem diameter, growth period, oil percent and OIL YIELD were assessed. Results indicated that 697 cultivar with (785.7 kg ha-1), LRV-51-20 cultivar with (600.9 kg ha-1) cultivar and K.C.72 with (484.5 kg ha-1) of OIL YIELD were significantly significantly superior to the other cultivars. The purpose of use pre-chilling spring cultivars were determines new cultivar for winter planting in climate of Farahan region.

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