TESTING BLACK-HYBRID AND HIGH-YIELD HYBIRD GAC (MOMORDICA) AT TUYEN QUANG, THE FIRST STEP FOR PRODUCTIVITY AND EFFICIENCY
Keywords:High-yield hybrid Gac and black-hybrid Gac varieties, growth and development, productivity, quality, economic efficiency.
Gac Momordica cochinchinensis (Lour) Spreng, in Which Black-hybrid Gac and high-yield hybrid Gac are high-productivity, good quality, planted once for many harvesting years, contributing to improving economic efficiency. Research on trial planting of black-hybrid and high-yield hybrid Gac varieties in Tuyen Quang has initially shown positive results, plants grow and develop well, with a planting density of 500 trees/ha; well implement techniques of planting and making solid trusses; timely monitoring and control of pests and diseases. The results are more efficient and efficient than the local gac sticky variety (The real yield in the first year of the black-hybrid gac is 133,5 quintals/ha, the efficiency is 50.298.000 VND/ha; high-yield hybrid Gac reached 144,2 quintals/ha and the efficiency is 49.408.000 VND/ ha).
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