|In pearl millet, though it is not possible to identify the off-type plants before flowering, an inspection before flowering is useful to eliminate the plants showing non-uniformity in their height and other characters from rest of the crop. Inspection at the flowering stage is very important as this is the stage when varietal characters can be identified and major roguing operation is undertaken. The last inspection should be done at maturity time.
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|Origin And Botany | Varietal Development And Maintenance | Land Selection | Land Preparation | Planting | Fertilization | Weed Control | Thinning And Gap-Filling | Roguing | Plant Protection | Harvesting And Threshing | Field Inspection|