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Results of the Twelfth International Winter X Spring Wheat Screening Nursery, 1984-1985.

Results of the Twelfth International Winter X Spring Wheat Screening Nursery, 1984-1985.

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Published by Agricultural Experiment Station, Oregon State University, International Maize and Wheat Improvement Center in Corvallis, [Or.] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Agriculture -- Research -- Oregon -- On-farm.,
  • Wheat -- Breeding -- International cooperation.,
  • Wheat -- Oregon -- Field experiments.,
  • Wheat -- Varieties -- Statistics.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesResults of the 12th International Winter X Spring Wheat Screening Nursery, 1984-1985., Results of the twelfth IWSWSN.
    GenreStatistics.
    SeriesSpecial report / Agricultural Experiment Station, Oregon State University -- 768., Special report (Oregon State University. Agricultural Experiment Station) -- 768.
    ContributionsOregon State University. Agricultural Experiment Station., International Maize and Wheat Improvement Center., United States. Agency for International Development.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination316 p. :
    Number of Pages316
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16093903M

    The Second International Winter Wheat Performance Nursery was grown in at 38 sites in 23 countries. Four of the sites were in the southern hemisphere. Data were reported from 36 sites. The same 30 varieties evaluated in the First International Winter Wheat Performance Nursery were grown in this Second International Winter Wheat Performance Nursery. This is the tenth report of results from an International Winter Wheat Performance Nursery (IWWPN) organized in by the Nebraska Agricultural Experiment Station in cooperation with the Science and Education Administration (SEA), U.S. Department of Agriculture, under contract number AID/ta-C with the U.S. International Development Corporation, Agency for International Development.

    For this Bison Books edition, James Welch, the acclaimed author of Winter in the Blood () and other novels, introduces Mildred Walker's vivid heroine, Ellen Webb, who lives in the dryland wheat country of central Montana during the early s. He writes, "It is a story about growing up, becoming a woman, mentally, emotionally, spiritually, within the space of a year a/5().   Mean FLN for all treatments at heading was in , for , and g kg −1 in Though yield was unaffected by the early vegetative fall versus spring N timing, FLN was higher in two of three years ( and ) and grain protein higher in all years with N topdressed in early spring ().Lower FLN with fall preplant N suggests either the N was less available or was diluted.

    The Fourth International Winter Wheat Performance Nursery was grown in at 44 sites in 27 countries. Data were reported from 40 sites. The 30 cultivars grown in the nursery included 15 new entries. Twenty-nine cultivars were winter wheats; one was a spring wheat. Data are reported on grain yield, test weight, plant maturity, plant height, lodging, shattering, winter survival, kernel. In spring, plan to till winter wheat into the soil before plants set seed. Cut it first, and let stems lie for a few days to start drying. Dry stems are easier to till into soil. After tilling winter wheat under, you’ll have to wait two to three weeks before planting vegetables. The waiting period is for two reasons.


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Results of the Twelfth International Winter X Spring Wheat Screening Nursery, 1984-1985 Download PDF EPUB FB2

Results or the Twelfth International Winter X Spring Wheat Screening Nursery () Special Report Agricultural Experiment Station Oregon State University, Corvallis The Agency for International Development U.S. Department of State The International Maize and Wheat. Results of the Twelfth International Winter X Spring Wheat Screening Nursery, Public Deposited.

International Maize and Wheat Improvement Center; United States. Agency for International Development; Wheat -- Oregon -- Field experiments; Wheat -- Varieties -- Statistics. Results of the Eleventh International Winter X Spring Wheat Screening Nursery Special Report Agricultural Experiment Station Oregon State University, Corvallis The Agency for International Development U.S.

Department of State The International Maize and Wheat SE NO () LIBRARY i_ ccll'°g) °RuE:INZVE cPs 2\ Results of the Twelfth International Winter X Spring Wheat Screening Nursery, Results of the Tenth International Winter X Spring Wheat Screening Nursery () By.

Oregon State University, The Agency for International Development, U.S. Dept. of State, The International Maize and Wheat Improvement Center. Year: OAI identifier: oai. Results of the Fifth International Winter x Spring Wheat Screening Nursery () By.

Wheat -- Breeding -- International cooperation. Publisher: Corvallis, Or.: Agricultural Experiment Station, Oregon State University, The Agency for International Development, U.S. Dept. of State, The International 1984-1985. book and Wheat Improvement Center. Topics: Agriculture -- Research -- Oregon -- On-farm, Wheat -- Breeding -- International cooperation, Wheat -- Oregon -- Field experiments, Wheat -- Varieties.

Cultivars released from regional nursery participants, - present Excel Version Access Version These reports are intended to provide information and results associated with the Hard Winter Wheat Performance Nursery Program, conducted in cooperation with State Agricultural Experiment Stations, USDA-Agricultural Research Service, and private.

The Ninth International Winter X Spring Wheat Screening Nursery (IWSWSN) was distributed to 95 cooperators in 46 countries. Eighty percent of the cooperators either returned data or provided reasons for their inability to report.

RESULTS AND DISCUSSION Segregating generations and advanced lines are evaluated in three diverse environments within. Trial Results - Spring Wheat - Irrigated - Carrington Trial Results - Hard Red Spring Wheat - Grand Forks, ND Trial Results - Hard Red Spring Wheat - Steele County, ND Trial Results - Hard Red Spring Wheat - Scranton, ND Trial Results - Hard Red Spring Wheat - Regent, ND.

Prevalence of additive genetic effects in winter x spring wheat crosses were al ed by Sharma et al. () for plant height, Kant et al. () for days-to-heading, plant height and spikel r. of the fifteenth international early maturing winter x spring wheat screening nursery.

It is identified as volume 15(1). Oregon Agricultural Experiment Station Report is a companion publication, designated as volume 15(2). It reports the results of the fifteenth international late maturing winter x spring wheat screening nursery. This is the twelfth report of results from an International Winter Wheat Performance Nursery (IWWPN) organized in by the Nebraska Agricultural Experiment Station in cooperation with the Agricultural Research Service (ARS), U.S.

Department of Agriculture, under contract number AID/ta-C with the U.S. International Development Corporation, Agency for International Development. Winter wheat can serve as an overwintering cover crop for erosion control in most of the continental U.S.

Nutrient catch crop. Wheat enhances cycling of N, P and K. A heavy N feeder in spring, wheat takes up N relatively slowly in autumn. It adds up, however. A September-seeded stand absorbed 40 lb.

N/A by December, a Maryland study showed. Spring x winter gene pool exploitation. Following the introduction of dwarfing and photoperiod insensitivity genes, the next group of high-yielding lines at CIMMYT were the product of spring x winter wheat crossing.

The first set of semidwarf wheats was hybridized with winter wheats in the late s. Hard Red Spring Wheat Field Crop Trials Results and ResourcesBelow you will find hard red spring wheat data dating back to as well as links to other hard red spring wheat the data is presented in PDF format.

If you are having difficulty opening the files download Adobe Red Spring Wheat Field Crop Trials. 2- and 3-Year Average Winter Wheat Trial Data Aug Two- and three-year averages of data from winter wheat variety trials is now available for yield, protein, test weight, and height for rainfed trials in four wheat-growing regions and irrigated trials.

F2 populations derived from a half diallel cross between 11 spring bread wheat cultivars were classified according to segregation for heading date in a spring environment.

Seventeen populations segregated very late plants, presumably of winter type, resulting from the presence of different Vrn genes in the parents. The objective of the study was to evaluate the performance of these spring x. Unlike spring wheat, most winter wheat is grown under rainfed conditions.

The approximate area in different moisture regimes is given in Table Rajaram et al. () have defined 12 wheat mega-environments (ME) to characterize global wheat-growing areas, of which MEs 7 to 9 describe three facultative wheat areas and MEs 10 to 12 describe. International Winter Wheat Improvement Program () was established in as a cooperative project between the Government of Turkey and CIMMYT.

The main objective was development of winter and facultative wheat germplasm for the region of Central and West Asia and facilitation of global germplasm exchange.

Winter wheat (usually Triticum aestivum) are strains of wheat that are planted in the autumn to germinate and develop into young plants that remain in the vegetative phase during the winter and resume growth in early spring.

Classification into spring or winter wheat is common and traditionally refers to the season during which the crop is grown.

For winter wheat, the physiological stage of.This is the sixth report of results from an International Winter Wheat Performance Nursery (IWWPN) organized in by the Nebraska Agricultural Experiment Station and the Agricultural Research Service, U.

S. Department of Agriculture, under a contract with the Agency for International Development, U.S. Department of State. The Nursery was designed to (1) test the adaptation of winter wheat.Winter wheat is a variety of wheat planted in the fall and harvested the following spring. It develops vegetative growth prior to winter, vernalizes, and then develops a grain crop in the spring.

Typically planted from September to November in the Upper Midwest, winter wheat is often harvested as a cash crop or used as a cover crop. Its advantages as a cover crop include helping prevent soil.