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Genetic and technological progress with the major field crops in the Hungarian agriculture



Genetic and technological progress with the major field crops in the Hungarian agriculture



Acta Agronomica Hungarica 41(1-2): 117-124



The genetic progress qualifies first of all the breeding activity, while the technological progress the level of the cultivation practice. It also explains the harmony of breeding and cultivation, the adequacy of the conditions of both breeding and cultivation, the international level of breeding and cultivation, with a complementary analysis to the further duties in the period examined. In the case of the major field crops - with the exception of potato - the degree of both the genetic and the technological progress has attained or occasionally even exceeded that of the agricultures of economically developed countries. The distance between the genetic and the technological progress does not in itself qualify the technological progress. The causes of the difference can be disclosed by the comparison of the properties and production conditions of the variety/hybrid representing the genetic progress and the circumstances ensured by the cultivation practice.

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