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Baraka, Comtesse, Edo and Tomba. Four new varieties add to the assortment of fodder cereals

, : Baraka, Comtesse, Edo and Tomba. Four new varieties add to the assortment of fodder cereals. Revue Suisse d' Agriculture 24(5): 320-324

Detailed descriptions, including parentage, are given of the winter barley Baraka, the spring barley Comtesse, and the spring oat varieties Edo and Tomba. The 2-rowed Baraka is more lodging resistant than 6-rowed types such as Triton and Express. Its parentage involves Midas, RBR33, 67 and Barberousse. With good scores for 1000-grain weight, grain weight per unit area and protein yield/ha, it equals the standards Triton and Express in resistance to Erysiphe graminis.

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