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Breeding value of the winter triticale variety AD206






Puti Povysheniya Urozhainosti Polevykh Kul' tur (19): 17-20

Breeding value of the winter triticale variety AD206

The breeding value of AD206 was assessed in crosses with 76 winter and spring varieties in the USSR. The best crosses in terms of output of material of breeding value were those of AD206 with Mexican spring varieties of the Armadillo type.


Accession: 001767962



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