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Verification of the adaptation of soft wheat cultivars to hilly-mountainous areas



Verification of the adaptation of soft wheat cultivars to hilly-mountainous areas



Informatore Agrario 46(34): 57-72



In 1985-89, 38 soft wheat cultivars were grown at 8 sites through the upland area of Italy. Data on grain yield, plant height, lodging, heading date, seed wt, hectolitre wt and disease incidence are tabulated. Averaged over locations, the most productive cultivars were Mirtos and Claudia and the least productive were Lo 661 and SAL 91. New cultivars gave grain yields approx. 20% higher than the older cultivars.

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