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History of maize growing in Siberia



History of maize growing in Siberia



Kukuruza (6): 29-30



The successful introduction of maize to eastern Siberia (near lake Baikal) at the end of the 18th centry by Johann Sievers, with evidence for the assumption that an early-ripening Moldavian flint variety was the material introduced, and the subsequent breeding of local varieties such as Pervenets at the end of the 19th century in the Minusinsk and Barnaul areas are outlined.

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