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Baking quality and sulphur content of wheat. II. Evaluation of the relative importance of genetics and environment including sulphur fertilization


, : Baking quality and sulphur content of wheat. II. Evaluation of the relative importance of genetics and environment including sulphur fertilization. Sulphur in Agriculture ( 16): 35-38

Wheat grain samples were collected from 7 experimental stations throughout Germany. Mean N:S ratios >1.7:1, indicating S deficiency, were found on 4 rural sites while in 3 industrial areas the N:S ratios were <1.7:1. Environmental factors were more important than cultivar effects in determining grain S concentration.

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