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Sub-hibernal sowing of summer wheat and barley in the district of Rostovskaya Oblast



Sub-hibernal sowing of summer wheat and barley in the district of Rostovskaya Oblast



Uch Zap Rostovsk Univ (26): 77-82



Research conducted by the University of Rostov in 1949-1952 has produced the following results: The sub-hibernal sowing of summer wheat and barley increases the vitality of plants; they show a stronger biological resistance, higher yield, high quality of seeds, and are less affected by smut. The yield of sub-hiber-nal sowing of grain in 2nd generation summer wheat and barley in-creased by 17.6% in the spring sowing, while their first generation increased by 13 to 14% (1951). In 1952, following spring sowing of summer barley "Mestnyiy 38" (with seeds of sub-hibernal sowing of the first generation) the plants did not appear to be affected by smut, while 17% of the control plants suffered from smut. With summer wheat "Melyanopus 69", these figures amounted to 0.06 and 0.56% respectively.

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