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DEVELOPMENT OF ELITE SEED PRODUCTION TECHNOLOGY FROM IN VITO POTATO IN GEORGIA
IVETA MEGRELISHVILI, MAIA KUKHALEISHVILI, EKATERINE BULAURI, TAMAR SHAMATAVA, TAMAR CHIPASHVILI

Published in: International Journal of Agriculture Sciences
Volume- 9, Issue-39, pp.4605-4607, Aug 2017
DPI :-> 16.10077.IJAS.2017.V9I39.46054607.1885



Abstract
Potato (Solamum Tuberosum L.) is one of the most popular crop in Georgia. The climatic conditions of Georgia enable us to produce several varieties of potato cultivars. The research goal was the development of seed production methods from apical meristem in order to get super elite seed. Three potato varieties were selected for the experiment: “Sante”, “Amoroza” and “Nevsky”. It is the first time that potato super elite seed was produced from strengthened in vitro plants (in the laboratory condition –instead of greenhouse) in Georgian regions: Akhaltsikhe and Tsalka. It was releaved that potato cultivar Nevsky characterized high elite seed Production ability (5ton), Sante showed relatively low Harvest (2ton) in Tsalka, other results were the same among Georgian two regions Akhaltsikhe and Tsalka.In this way, World-renowned elite seed making full cycle modification was performed in the conditions of Georgia: laboratory-greenhouse-open field was replaced by laboratory-laboratory (plants strengthen)-open field

Key-Words / Index Term
Potato varieties, developed method, elite seed, in vitro, technology, production

How to cite this article
IVETA MEGRELISHVILI, MAIA KUKHALEISHVILI, EKATERINE BULAURI, TAMAR SHAMATAVA, TAMAR CHIPASHVILI , “DEVELOPMENT OF ELITE SEED PRODUCTION TECHNOLOGY FROM IN VITO POTATO IN GEORGIA”, International Journal of Agriculture Sciences, 9, Issue-39, pp.4605-4607, Aug 2017. DPI:16.10077.IJAS.V9.I39.1885