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Triticum monococcum and triticum dicoccum synonym of triticum dicoccum are still cultivated in italy presence collecting and actions



Triticum monococcum and triticum dicoccum synonym of triticum dicoccum are still cultivated in italy presence collecting and actions



Genetica Agraria 26(3-4): 343-352



A few samples of T. monococcum and T. dicoccum still cultivated in Italy were collected. An outline of the Italian literature on their presence and cultivation in the peninsula is reported. Some remarks on the sites of collection, agriculture, people and other observations on the cultivation of the 2 wheat species explain the potential danger of their disappearance and, at the same time, encourage more exploration in other regions of the Appennines and in some valleys of the Alps where, because of the existence of similar agricultural conditions, the probability that T. monococcum and T. dicoccum can be still found in cultivation should not be excluded. The possibility of protecting agro-ecosystems like the territory of Castelfranco in Miscano is considered.

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