Morpho - Agronomic Characteristics of a Newly Released Rice Variety BNKR - 1 (Dhiren)

Mallick, G. K.; Jana, K.; Ghosh, S.; Sardar, G.; Bhadra, K. K.
October 2013
Science Research Reporter;Oct2013, Vol. 3 Issue 2, p223
Academic Journal
BNKR - 1 (Dhiren), a late duration rice variety developed at Rice Research Station, Bankura, West Bengal, India. It was released by the 'State Variety Release Committee, West Bengal', India in 2011. Morpho - Agronomic Characteristics of BNKR - 1 (Dhiren) are described in this paper in details through DUS test data.


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