Yield stability evaluation of upland rice lines from anther culture for two seasons
Uji stabilitas galur-galur padi gogo hasil kultur
Purwoko, Bambang Sapta
Dewi, Iswari Saraswati
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The objective of this research was to study the adaptation and yield stability of upland rice lines obtained from anther culture. Ten lines of upland rice obtained from anther culture and two check varieties (Way Rarem and Batutegi) were evaluated for their potential yield in seven different locations in the rainy season 2010/2011 and 2011/2012. In each location, the design was Randomized Complete Block Design with four replications. The method of Francis & Kannenberg, Finlay & Wilkinson, Eberhart & Russel, and AMMI (Additive Main Effect Multiplicative Interaction) were used to analyze the adaptation and yield stability. WI-44 line achieved the highest yield average (4.88 ton ha-1), higher than Batutegi and not significantly different from Way Rarem and has the highest potential yield (10.28 ton ha-1) in Malang in the second season. IW-67 yielded an average of 4.53 ton ha-1, not significantly different from Batutegi and has potential yield (9.09 ton ha-1) in Malang in the second season. WI-44 line has a superior yield average in seven environment. WI-44, IW-67 and IW-56 lines have an ability to adapt in optimal environments. I5-10-1-1, GI-7 and O18-b-1 were adapted in the marginal environments with yield above the average of the genotype tested.
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