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Suhail Ahmad
Sandip Makhmale
Tejas C. Bosamia
Chandramohan Sangh
Bhagwat Nawade

Abiotic stresses affect plant growth and productivity and decrease the quality of horticultural crops worldwide. Horticulture crops typically have long breeding cycles, and breeders require longstanding breeding programs and years for the development and introduction of improved cultivars. The development of the new climate-resilient elite varieties takes several years in most of the crops. The available genetic information has not been effectively exploited due to the archaic phenotyping techniques and the time-consuming traditional cultivation methods that have not kept pace with the flourishing high-throughput genotyping tools. Traditional plant breeding is a slow process, attributed partly to the time required to complete the plant life cycle. This has driven intense efforts by the scientific community of agriculture researchers and engineers to adopt newer technologies for generation advancement. Adapting horticulture for faster development of new cultivars is essential to meet evolving consumer preferences, varying climatic conditions, increasing demand for horticultural products, which require tremendous research efforts from multiple disciplines.

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Chapter 4 - Speed breeding: a potential tool for mitigating abiotic stresses

Suhail Ahmad
Sandip Makhmale
Tejas C. Bosamia
Chandramohan Sangh
Bhagwat Nawade

Chapter 4 - Speed breeding: a potential tool for mitigating abiotic stresses

Abiotic stresses affect plant growth and productivity and decrease the quality of horticultural crops worldwide. Horticulture crops typically have long breeding cycles, and breeders require longstanding breeding programs and years for the development and introduction of improved cultivars. The development of the new climate-resilient elite varieties takes several years in most of the crops. The available genetic information has not been effectively exploited due to the archaic phenotyping techniques and the time-consuming traditional cultivation methods that have not kept pace with the flourishing high-throughput genotyping tools. Traditional plant breeding is a slow process, attributed partly to the time required to complete the plant life cycle. This has driven intense efforts by the scientific community of agriculture researchers and engineers to adopt newer technologies for generation advancement. Adapting horticulture for faster development of new cultivars is essential to meet evolving consumer preferences, varying climatic conditions, increasing demand for horticultural products, which require tremendous research efforts from multiple disciplines.

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