Performances and Genetic Parameters Estimation of Yield and Yield Related Traits in Sweet Corn Inbred Lines Selected for Better Adaptation to Organic Cropping System

Mohammad Chozin, Sigit Sudjatmiko, Zainal Muktamar, Nanik Setyowati, Fahrurrozi Fahrurrozi

Abstract


Limited number of sweet corn varieties specifically bred for organic cropping system has brought about the organic sweet corn growers use hybrid varieties supposedly grown under high agrochemical inputs cropping system. The objective of the present study was to evaluate the performance of sweet corn inbred lines and to estimate the genetic parameters as to the development of varieties suitable for organic cropping systems. Eight inbred lines of S5generation previously selected for yield and adaptability to organic conditions were evaluated in a randomized block design with seven replications. Performances and genetic parameter estimation were addressed to plant height, the number of leaves, stalk diameter, ear length, ear diameter, kernel row number, kernel number per row, and ear yield per plant. Significant variations were found among the inbred lines for all traits studied. Similar features were also found within the inbred line, except stalk diameter showed non-significant within-line variation. Evaluation of mean values indicated that CAPS 2 exhibited the best plant growth performances and produced reasonably high ear yield. CAPS 5 produced the highest ear yield along with superior ear length, ear diameter, and kernel row number. Broad sense heritability (h2B) were ranged from low to moderate with the higher estimates found on ear length (0.43) and ear yield per plant (0.40). Based on the estimates of genetic advance as percent of the population mean (GAM), moderate improvement can be expected from ear length (13.37%) and ear yield per plant (20.86%) by selecting the top 5% of the inbred line populations.


Keywords


sweet corn inbred lines; organic cropping system; heritability; genetic advance.

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