Euphytica

, Volume 30, Issue 3, pp 739–745

Outcrossing and isolation requirement in kenaf (Hibiscus cannabinus L.)

Authors

  • S. N. Maiti
    • Jute Agricultural Research Institute
  • A. N. Datta
    • Jute Agricultural Research Institute
  • S. L. Basak
    • Jute Agricultural Research Institute
Article

DOI: 10.1007/BF00038803

Cite this article as:
Maiti, S.N., Datta, A.N. & Basak, S.L. Euphytica (1981) 30: 739. doi:10.1007/BF00038803

Summary

To find the isolation distance in Hibiscus cannabinus L. (kenaf), experiments were conducted for three years with two planting designs. The extent of cross pollination irrespective of the planting designs was inversely related with the distance. At a distance beyond 10.0 m, the contamination was found to be absent. Directions had no influence on the contamination. The amount of contamination varied considerably between the years.

Index words

Hibiscus cannabinuskenafoutcrossingcontaminationisolation distanceplanting design

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© H. Veenman en zonen B.V., Wageningen 1981