Burley

 

We have two recognized varieties in the burley type group : Pallagi 5, Pallagi 7 and Pallagi 12. These varieties have good PVY resistance and they produce accepted industrial quality.

Before state recognition of new variety, the variety candidates are entered into a large scale field trials after breeding trials. The decision about the variety recognition is made on the basis of their (grower and industrial) performance in the field trials. At present Pj 14 burley variety candidate is included in field trial. That variety candidate has the same diesaese resistance as our currently recognized burley varieties have. Beside good yield potential, it has high smoking quality required by the industry.

The characteristics of Burley type varieties can be seed in the table below. The short description of the varieties can be found on the left hand side menu.

  Resistance to  

PVY

TMV

Black root rot

Brown spot

Blue mold

Maturity

Yield kg/ha

    Pallagi 5

++++

++++

+++

++

++

medium-late

3000-3200

    Pallagi 7

++++

++++

+++

++

++

medium-late

3000-3200

    Pallagi 12

++++

++++

+++

++

-

medium-late

3100-3300

    Pj 14*

++++

++++

+++

++

-

medium-late

3100-3300

* : variety candidate

++++ : very high;  +++ : high;  ++ : medium;  + : low; – : not known

 PVY – Potato Y Potivirus, TMV – Tobaco Mosaic Virus, Black root rot – Thialeviopsis basicola FERR, Brown spot – Alternaria tenuis AUCT,  Blue mold – Peronospora tabacina ADAM

 

 

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