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New sugar-beet varieties introduced into cultivation


New sugar-beet varieties introduced into cultivation



Productia Vegetala, Cereale si Plante Tehnice 29(2): 13-16



Polirom, a multigerm variety, has the parentage Tetra 2( female ) X CT34( male ), the parents differing in ploidy, and is composed of 15-20% diploids, 25-30% tetraploids and 50% triploids. It has high yields and a good sugar content, exceeding the currently grown Romanesc Poli 1 and 7 by 4.4-10.2% in root yield and 6.0-10.9% in sugar yield. It performs best in Transylvania. Its industrial quality is good and it is more tolerant of Cercospora than Romanesc Poli 1. It resists bolting.

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