Pakistan Journal of Biological Sciences1028-88801812-5735Asian Network for Scientific Information10.3923/pjbs.2000.169.171BahadarKhanMuhammad JamalKhalid NawabKhalid RasoolMuhammad Safdar Baloch1200031The response of sugarcane superior genotypes was studied for four consecutive years from 1991-92 to 1994-95 in plant and Raton stages. The studies were confined to the major aspects i.e sugar contents, sugar and cane yields. Variety CP-75/324 gave the highest cane sugar, yields of 94.335 and 7.95 t ha^{–1} respectively. Varieties CP-65/357, PAS-132 and COL-75 were the next following and produced at par cane yield of 83.316, 83.114 and 81.952 t ha^{–1} respectively. Variety S-82-US-624 showed highest sugar% (9.67). Varieties CP-51/21, CP-65/357 and BF-162 ranked next for sugar contents i.e 9.59, 8.80 and 8.79 percent respectively. CP-51/21 and CP-65/57 followed CP-75/324 for sugar yield by producing 7.47 and 7.29 t ha^{–1}, respectively. According to the results it is concluded that variety CP-75/324 possessed the highest cane, sugar yield, considerable sugar percent and therefore proved as the most suitable variety for the area. It was approved as a new commercial variety for the area with local name "Bannu-1" during 1992.]]>Anonymous,1998Bakhsh, K. and M.M. Nayyar,1983Biswas, A.,1986Chougle, J.D. and B.R. Patel,1983Fonguey, H.P. and D.B. Fontenot,1986Glaz, B.,1986Glaz, B.,1997Imran, M., G. Rahman and A. Qayyum,1981Inayatullah, S.,1983Khan, B.,1984Khan, B., M. Jamal, S. Rahman, Ahmad and M. Ali,1998Khattak, R.A., A. Qayum, I. Muhammad, M. Ali and M. Pazir,1986Lotula, M.,1982Malik, K.B.,1998Naidu, V., C.B. Gopalan, P.R. Janardhan and P.M. Reddy,1981Pazir, M. and M. Hatam,1980Poltronieri, L.S., M.S. Costa and R.P. Deoliveira,1982Qayyum, A., A.R. Khattak, M. Pazir and G. Rehman,1985Rozeff, N.,1987