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Revival and Coservation of Buck Wheat Endangered species (Fagopyrum esculentum): New Paradigm for Economic, Livelihood and Food Security of Himalian Regions by using Different Breeding Techniques. | Abstract
Journal of Nutrition & Food Sciences

Journal of Nutrition & Food Sciences
Open Access

ISSN: 2155-9600

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Revival and Coservation of Buck Wheat Endangered species (Fagopyrum esculentum): New Paradigm for Economic, Livelihood and Food Security of Himalian Regions by using Different Breeding Techniques.

Mushtaq Ahmad*, Faizan Ahmad, Eajaz Ahmad Dar, Mudasir ahmad khan, Shabir.HussainWANI, Rizwan Rashid, Intikhab Aalum Jehangeer and F.A. Bahar

A significant effect of GEI is the differential ranking of the genotypes within the 4 locations and the variation of the test locations. AMMI Biplot allows detection of a uniquely adapted genotype. Biplot recognizes the existence of two mega environments with their successful genotype. MAR & ES-Kargil, Battalic and Thasgam form one sector and G3 form their winning genotype Farmers through PVS in seven locations along with stability experimental sites are G3, G7 and G9. These genotypes must be evaluated in large areas by the Baby Trial Evaluation and grandmother trials System to finalize large plot sizes and actual performance, and eventually recommend varieties for scaling by involving seeds in such ecology Positive feedback has been received from farmers for cultivating this crop in various places in Ladakh this happens after 10 years, we cover more than 100 kanals of land in first year. Buckwheat biodiversity, collection and multiplication in hotspots in partnership with farmers and this complex breeding method is a good sign of its revival and will save this fragile crop on the brink of extinction

Published Date: 2021-10-30;

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