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Centauro-INIA, a naked-grained spring barley

Agricultura Tecnica Santiago 54(2): 206-207

Centauro-INIA, a naked-grained spring barley

Bred from the cross Sultan-Nackta 6383/5088A-1B, this Chilean variety reaches a height of 80-90 cm and heads in 86 days. In trials over 8 years it gave a mean grain yield of 5.44 t/ha.

Accession: 002772480

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