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Technological and nutritional characteristics of Triticum turgidum ssp Dicoccum and Triticum spelta grown in the Molise region



Technological and nutritional characteristics of Triticum turgidum ssp Dicoccum and Triticum spelta grown in the Molise region



Agricoltura Mediterranea 129(4): 227-234



In field trials in 1995-96 in Salcito, Italy, 11 populations of T. turgidum subsp. dicoccum and T. spelta Rouquin were sown in autumn and given 0, 30 or 60 kg N/ha, or were sown in late winter and grown without chemical fertilizers. Autumn-sown crops had medium to low protein contents. The quality of the T. turgidum flour was poor, with a low sedimentation SDS value and a low gluten index, and a high ash content.

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