Evaluation of yield and yield attributes traits of soybean (Glycine max L. Merr.) varieties in Uzbekistan


  • Mokhichekhra Kholikova Chirchik State Pedagogical Institute of Tashkent Region, Chirchik City, Uzbekistan
  • Dilnoza Babakhanova Chirchik State Pedagogical Institute of Tashkent Region, Chirchik City, Uzbekistan
  • Anora Rakhmatullayeva Chirchik State Pedagogical Institute of Tashkent Region, Chirchik City, Uzbekistan
  • Rustam Khamrayev Chirchik State Pedagogical Institute of Tashkent Region, Chirchik City, Uzbekistan
  • Elena Abdrashitova Chirchik State Pedagogical Institute of Tashkent Region, Chirchik City, Uzbekistan
  • Yulduzoy Xojamkulova Uzbek scientific-research institute of rise scientific institute, Urtachirchik region, Uzbekistan
  • Ramish Egamberdiev Tashkent Institute of Irrigation and Agricultural Mechanization Engineers" National Research University, Tashkent city, Uzbekistan
  • Marguba Rejapova Center of Advanced Technolgies under Ministry of Innovational Development of the Republic Uzbekistan, Tashkent city, Uzbekistan




Soybean (Glycine max L.), soybean, varieties, seed


In the article, Assessment of local and foreign soybean varieties transpired during 2020–2022, for yield-related traits, at the Samarkand and Navoi regions of Uzbekistan. The soybean cultivars, grown in a randomized complete block design, had a factorial arrangement with three replications. The data were documented on ten plants selected at random from each entry of each replication for the number of pods per plant, the number of seeds per plant, 1000-seed weight and seed yield. The data were scrutinized statistically using the analysis of variance of Fisher’s technique and least significant difference (LSD) test at the 5% level of probability. When the yield and yield attributes of local and foreign soybean varieties in the Samarkand and Navoi regions were studied, local Ustoz-MMAn-60 and Tomaris-MMAn-60 soybean varieties showed positive results compared to other varieties for the field conditions of the Samarkand region, while Navoi For the field conditions of the region, Sparta and Oyjamol varieties showed higher indicators compared to other varieties. In the experiment, it was found that some foreign soybean varieties are positive in yield traits of productivity in the region of Uzbekistan.


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How to Cite

Kholikova, M. ., Babakhanova, D. ., Rakhmatullayeva, A. ., Khamrayev, R. ., Abdrashitova, E. ., Xojamkulova, Y. ., Egamberdiev, R. ., & Rejapova, M. . (2024). Evaluation of yield and yield attributes traits of soybean (Glycine max L. Merr.) varieties in Uzbekistan. Journal of Wildlife and Biodiversity, 8(2), 260–268. https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.11105572