Investigations on Forage Yield, Yield Parameters of Oats Varieties and Lines Grown Under Irrigated Conditions in Konya (Published)
Oat is an important cereal as human food and animal feed. In this research, it was aimed to evaluate some oat (Avena sativa L.) genotypes (lines and cultivars) sown at the end of March for forage yield and forage quality parameters. Research was carried out in Konya irrigated conditions, in 2018 seasons with 12 oat genotypes [nine lines (BDY-1, BDY-2, BDY-3, BDY-4, BDY-5, BDY-6, BDY-7, BDY-8, BDY-9) and three were registered cultivars (Diriliş, Cheocota, Seydişehir)]. The trial was established according to the Randomized Blocks Experimental Design with three replications. Oats genotypes were harvested at milk to dough period. In research, the traits such as; days to heading, green forage yield, dry forage yield, plant height, the number of stems per square meter, the number of fertil stems per square meter, fertile cluster ratio, the number of node per stems, stem thickness, 10 stem weight, leaves weight, leaf stem ratio, cluster length, flag leaf length and the number of leaves per stems.
Citation: Çeri S. and Acar R. (2022) Investigations on Forage Yield, Yield Parameters of Oats Varieties and Lines Grown Under Irrigated Conditions in Konya, European Journal of Agriculture and Forestry Research, Vol.10, No.4, pp. 16-32
Keywords: Varieties, Yield, Yield Components, forage, line, oats