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Effect of fertilizer management, genotype, and environmental factors on some malting quality characteristics in barley

, : Effect of fertilizer management, genotype, and environmental factors on some malting quality characteristics in barley. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 74(3): 545-547

A field study conducted at two sites over 3 yr determined that malting quality in barley was influenced largely by environmental and genetic (genotype) factors. Fertility management had a lesser effect, with N fertilizer application having the largest component effect. Results suggest that producers will be limited in their management options when striving for optimal malting quality in barley.

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Accession: 002355796

DOI: 10.4141/cjps94-098

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