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Effect of Nine Black Soybean ( Glycine max l.) Genotypes in Three Harvesting Time on Yield in Two Seasons

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Omer A. Mohamed1,*, Sumadi2, Kamaleldin E. M. A. Taha3, Mohamed A. Mohammedali1, Mohieldin G. Abdala3

1Department of Agronomy, Faculty of Agriculture, Omdurman Islamic University, Sudan.

2Department of Agronomy, Faculty of Agriculture, Universitas Padjadjaran, Jl. Raya Bandung- Sumedang KM. 21 Jatinangor, Indonesia. 

3Department of Horticulture, Faculty of Agriculture, Omdurman Islamic University, Sudan.

*Corresponding author: Omer A. Mohamed

Abstract

The aim of this study was to know the production of nine black soybean genotypes correlation with three harvesting times. The experiments were conducted at the Universitas Padjadjaran, top farm Indonesia from December 2015-April 2016 and April-July 2016. The treatments were nine black soybean genotypes (KA6, KH4, CK5, KA2, KA3, DETAM1, KBI, CK6 and CIKURAY) and three harvesting times (H1 = first, H2 = second and H3 = third harvesting time) with three replications in split plot design. Parameters which were measured pods/plant, total seeds/plant, weight seeds/plant, 100 seeds weight and plant production ton/hectare. The results showed in two seasons significant different between genotypes in full pods, total seeds/plant, a weight of seeds/plant, 100 seeds weight, and plant production ton/hectare and no significant different between genotypes in empty pods/plant. For three harvesting times, no significant different in two seasons for the entire production component. The results showed different between two seasons in plant production, where high genotypes production in the wet season than in dry season.

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Effect of Nine Black Soybean (Glycine max l.) Genotypes in Three Harvesting Time on Yield in Two Seasons

How to cite this paper: Omer A. Mohamed, Sumadi, Kamaleldin E. M. A. Taha, Mohamed A. Mohammedali, Mohieldin G. Abdala. (2021) Effect of Nine Black Soybean (Glycine max l.) Genotypes in Three Harvesting Time on Yield in Two SeasonsInternational Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture5(1), 19-25.

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.26855/ijfsa.2021.03.004

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