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Abstract: Evaluation of yield and yield components of fifteen accessions of okra plant in the field condition at the Agricultural Technology Department, Faculty of Technology and Community Development, Thaksin University, Phatthalung Campus from June to October 2010. The experimental design was evaluated in a Randomized Complete Block Design with 4 replications. The results showed that all accessions of okra plant showed the first days of flowering, number of pods/plant, and ields/plant were highly significant difference at p 0.01. It was found that NO 71 had the fastest in the first days of flowering by 40.30 days. The slowest first days of flowering was OP, spending 52.67 days. The highest quantity of pods was found on Lucky file 473 at 96.70 pods/plant. The lowest quantity of pods was obtained from OP at 59.93 pods/plant. The Lucky file 473 was recorded having the highest-weighed pods at 1,646.79 grams/plant. Subsequent yields were KN – OYV – 25, KN – OYV – 01, KN – OYV – 02, KN – OYV – 14, TVRC 064, KN – OYV – 11, KN – OYV – 13, PJ. 03, KN – OYV – 03, KN – OYV – 16, KN – OYV – 04, PC 52S5, NO 71 and OP that yielded at 1,581.87, 1,511.52, 1,462.48, 1431.12, 1,429.71, 1,359.36, 1257.46, 1,165.00, 1,102.69,1,102.08, 1,075.95, 1,017.06, 872.54 and 712.04 grams/plant, respectively. KN – OYV – 16 and KN – OYV –25 had the highest correlation (r) between number of branches/plant and number of pods/plant at 0.93