Ecology, Environment and Conservation Paper

Vol 22, Issue 1, 2016; Page No.(163-166)

CONSERVATION OF GERMPLASMS THROUGH FARMER BASED APPROACH IN WEST SIANG AND LOWER SUBANSIRI DISTRICT OF ARUNACHAL PRADESH, INDIA

Rita Nongthombam, A. Kiran Kumar, Goutom Bhagawati and Amit Sen

Abstract

Rice is the most widely grown and consumed crop of India and possesses remarkable variations. These variations are maintained by the local germplasm cultivations with their traditional methods of cultivation. In the present study, eleven germplasms were collected from the farmer’s field residing at different altitudinal gradient of West Siang and Lower Subansiri district of Arunachal Pradesh. Collected germplasms were studied for their specific features viz. duration, test weight, yield, grain colour, grain shape and routine uses. Among all the parameters, Bali white, Bamtare and Pumik were found to be the best germplasms in maturity with regards to yield and uses.

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