This paper is published in Volume-4, Issue-2, 2018
Area
Agro Forestry
Author
Anubha Srivastav
Co-authors
Anita Tomar, Alok Yadav, S. D. Shukla, Yogesh Agrawal
Org/Univ
Centre for Social Forestry and Eco-rehabilitation Allahabad under Indian Council of Forestry Research and Education, Dehradun MOEF and CC, New Delhi, India
Pub. Date
23 March, 2018
Paper ID
V4I2-1294
Publisher
Keywords
Eucalyptus Clones, Adaptability, Vindhyan Region, Promising, Agro Forestry

Citationsacebook

IEEE
Anubha Srivastav, Anita Tomar, Alok Yadav, S. D. Shukla, Yogesh Agrawal. Early Performance of Eucalyptus Clones in Vindhyan Region of Uttar Pradesh, India, International Journal of Advance Research, Ideas and Innovations in Technology, www.IJARIIT.com.

APA
Anubha Srivastav, Anita Tomar, Alok Yadav, S. D. Shukla, Yogesh Agrawal (2018). Early Performance of Eucalyptus Clones in Vindhyan Region of Uttar Pradesh, India. International Journal of Advance Research, Ideas and Innovations in Technology, 4(2) www.IJARIIT.com.

MLA
Anubha Srivastav, Anita Tomar, Alok Yadav, S. D. Shukla, Yogesh Agrawal. "Early Performance of Eucalyptus Clones in Vindhyan Region of Uttar Pradesh, India." International Journal of Advance Research, Ideas and Innovations in Technology 4.2 (2018). www.IJARIIT.com.

Abstract

The present study was carried out to assess the early growth performance of Eucalyptus clones in Vindhyan region of Uttar Pradesh for identification of promising clones for the region. A clonal trial was established in the year 2016 in Vindhyan region of Eastern Uttar Pradesh with 19 clones to assess their suitability. The results of early growth performance evaluation of these clones after one year of planting were carried out for annual measurements of survival, total height, girth at breast height (gbh), soil chemical and physical analysis. The data were analyzed statistically. The results of early growth performance evaluation of these clones after one year of planting were carried out for annual measurements of height, girth at breast height (gbh) and soil analysis. The data were analyzed statistically. The highest value of increment in gbh belonged to clones 526 (9.04 cm) followed by 2136 (8.84 cm), P-50 (8.53 cm), P-14 (8.33 cm), P-32 (8.04 cm), 2023 (7.88 cm) and P-13 (7.81 cm) respectively, whereas the lowest values belonged to clone 3021 with 4.70 cm and control with 2.97cm. The clones with good height were P-50 (4.04 m), 526 (3.82 m), 2136 (3.76 m) and P-13 (3.73 m) .The remaining clones had different ranks of gbh and height increments as compared to the control. The other clones had different levels and differed to each other significantly. Therefore, in future, promising clones may be recommended to be planted in agro forestry for this specific region.
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