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An investigation of the grain yield adaptation of advanced CIMMYT wheat lines to water stress environments in Queensland. I. Crop physiological analysis



An investigation of the grain yield adaptation of advanced CIMMYT wheat lines to water stress environments in Queensland. I. Crop physiological analysis



Australian Journal of Agricultural Research 45(5): 965-984



Wheat improvement in Australia has made extensive use of germplasm developed by CIMMYT. The opportunity for further yield improvement in Queensland was investigated by comparing 46 advanced CIMMYT lines and 3 Queensland cultivars (Hartog, Banks and Kite) in irrigated and dryland environments at three locations in south-east Queensland during 1986-86. CIMMYT lines had >20% yield advantage in individual environments, and 15-20% yield advantage over the six environments.

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DOI: 10.1071/ar9940965



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