The potato (Solanum tuberosum L.) is an important food and cash crop having the first rank in the world from none grain crops to ensure food security. It is a high biological value crop that gives an exceptionally high yield and more nutrients per unit area per unit time than any other major crops. Two potato varieties namely, âHundeâ and âArarsaâ were tested for their microtuber induction under five levels of sucrose (40, 60, 80, 100 and 120 gl-1) in completely randomized design with 2Ã5 factorial combinations. The objective was to determine optimum concentration of sucrose for microtuber induction. In both varieties, among the five concentrations of sucrose, MS medium supplemented with 60 gl-1 sucrose exhibited a better response than the other concentrations in mean values of microtuber number, diameter, and weight and was found optimum.
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