Content and yield of total protein in grain of spring triticale, spring wheat and spring barley in crop rotations and monoculture

Wozniak, A.

Biuletyn Instytutu Hodowli i Aklimatyzacji Roslin 217: 87-93

2001


ISSN/ISBN: 0373-7837
Accession: 003692862

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Abstract
The effects of crop rotation, monoculture and care systems (basic and intensive) on the total protein content and yield of spring triticale, spring wheat and spring barley grains were determined during 1997-99, in Poland. Triticale grain had the highest total protein content followed by wheat and barley, respectively. Cultivation of triticale and wheat in monoculture significantly diminished the protein content of the grain. In barley, crop rotation and care systems didn't differentiate protein content in grain. The total protein yield of triticale and spring barley was dependent on the interaction of the cereals in crop rotation and care systems.