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Biological and agronomic observations on some dwarf and semi-dwarf soft wheat varieties of foreign origin



Biological and agronomic observations on some dwarf and semi-dwarf soft wheat varieties of foreign origin



Sementi Elette 18(3): 29-42



In trials in 1968-71, soft wheat bred from Norin 10 were compared with the Italian triple-dwarf Funo and Farnese. Cultivar Funo yielded 3.84 t grain/ha, but was outyielded by 3 other (N81 4.02 t/ha, N 46 4.53 t/ha and N 66 5.16 t/ha), while the straw yield of Funo (6.87 t/ha) was only exceeded by N 66 (7.69 t/ha).

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