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Crossing wild beets with cultivated sugar beet. I. Crossing sugar beet with Beta maritima



Crossing wild beets with cultivated sugar beet. I. Crossing sugar beet with Beta maritima



Sbor Ceskoslov Akad Zem 22(1): 92-104



Performances of wild beets and of hybrids of wild beets with native sugar types and with fodder beets, and results of back-crossing and breeding for special characteristics, were investigated. The present paper describes the growing of the wild Beta maritima in cultivation, its hybridization with the sugar beet, and the selection of types desirable for further cultivation, with special reference to chemical characters of importance.

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