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Cultivation of spelt Triticum spelta L. cv. Hercule in the loamy region



Cultivation of spelt Triticum spelta L. cv. Hercule in the loamy region



Revue de l' Agriculture 42(2): 207-223



Spelt wheat Hercule grown in 1981-84 on deep loam near Gembloux, outside its traditional area of cultivation, yielded 7.3-9.5 t threshed product/ha (16% grain moisture). In this type of wheat the chaff remains attached to the grain after threshing together with parts of the rachis and constitutes about 23% of the yield. Row spacings of 12 cm gave 13% higher yields than 21 cm. The optimum sowing rate was 250 seeds/msuperscript 2 (170 kg/ha).

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