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A regional adaptation analysis of oats in New South Wales and southern Queensland for grain yield and dry matter production



A regional adaptation analysis of oats in New South Wales and southern Queensland for grain yield and dry matter production



Australian Journal of Agricultural Research 51(8): 961-970



A regional adaptation analysis was conducted to identify oat genotypes with potential for release as varieties or use as parents in breeding programmes for New South Wales (NSW) and southern Queensland. This analysis used 5 trial sites (Toowoomba, Moree, Narrabri, Armidale, Temora) and was conducted over 3 years using 71 oat (Avena sp.) genotypes.

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DOI: 10.1071/AR00016



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