Vol - 20, Issue - 05
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Journal of the Austrian Society of Agricultural Economics (JASAE)
Journal ID : JASAE-13-05-2024-306
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Title : Genetic Diversity in the Growth and Yield of Climate-Resilient Quinoa in Northern Vietnam's Conditions
by Luu Hue Nhan, Luong Nhat Minh, Nguyen Van Loc, Nguyen Viet Long, DInh Thai Hoang,
Abstract : The quinoa crop is known as “the food for the future” and contains wide profits for human beings. Quinoa is a niche product with enlarged manufacturing, but it has the potential to be much more than just a food. It can produce the ecosystem switch from animal to plant-based protein diets and create a more sustainable food system. The study was implemented in the winter cropping season to evaluate the growth and yield characteristics of 25 selected quinoa genotypes. The criteria monitoring included: (i) growth criteria (growth duration, plant height, number of branches, number of leaves, stem diameter, and net assimilation rate), and (ii) grain yield criteria and its components (1000-seed weight, individual yield, and potential yield). The growth duration of the genotypes ranged from 73 to 119 days, potential yield ranged from 0.57 to 2.18 tons/ha. The high diversity of the quinoa collection was found and could be divided into four groups. As a result, based on the yield component criteria the 5 superlative genotypes were selected: Q5, 2 want, Chadmo, G26, and Sayana to assist in the research and selection of quinoa genotypes.

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