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Barley breeding strategies under rainfed conditions of Morocco

, : Barley breeding strategies under rainfed conditions of Morocco. Physiology breeding of winter cereals for stressed Mediterranean environments, Montpellier, France, 3-6 July 1989: 161-178

Several selected cultivars were assessed during 1975-85 at Marchouch and Jemaa Shaim experimental stations which represented, respectively, favourable (rainfall 427 mm) and arid (278 mm) barley growing environments. Total crop failure or minimal yield occurred when rainfall fell below 270 mm and the highest yield was obtained at 300 mm or more.

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