by Agricultural Experiment Station, Oregon State University, The Agency for International Development, U.S. Dept. of State, The International Maize and Wheat Improvement Center in Corvallis, Or .
Written in English
|Other titles||Results of the 8th International Winter X Spring Wheat Screening Nursery (1980-1981)|
|Series||Special report -- 654., Special report (Oregon State University. Agricultural Experiment Station) -- 654.|
|Contributions||Oregon State University. Agricultural Experiment Station., United States. Agency for International Development., International Maize and Wheat Improvement Center.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||412 p. :|
|Number of Pages||412|
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\.1 Improvement Center. Results of the Eighth 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 Maize and Wheat Improvement. There was winter damage, but less June 20 saw 50‐60 mph gusts with in. rain. June 22 saw 80‐ mph gusts with 2 in. rain. A one‐two combo punch that resulted in lodging and contributed to high CVs. This publication, Oregon Agricultural Experiment Station Report , reports the results 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.
The Fifteenth International Winter X Spring Wheat Screening Nursery was divided into two sections based on time of maturation date. Results of the early maturity nursery are reported in SR This volume (SR ) contains the results of the late maturity nursery. Nursery Locations. In the last 15 years, CIMMYT and the Oregon State University Wheat Program have launched a joint shuttle breeding enterprise between Pendleton/Hyslop, Oregon, United States, and Toluca, Mexico, for the selection of widely adapted facultative/winter wheat germplasm derived from spring x winter wheat crosses (Kronstad and Rajaram, ). Winter Survival and Spring Assessment of Winter Wheat Winter survival of winter wheat is dependent upon many climatic and management factors. Often producers are faced with making early spring fertility decisions on wheat stands that appear dead or thin. The following information has been prepared to address these Size: KB. UNIFORM EASTERN SOFT RED WINTER WHEAT NURSERY 3. LOCATION NOTES Considerable shattering. CV was just , but should eye the results with caution. tolerance, especially at emergence, improved the early spring ratings of an.
CROP DISEASES RESEARCH INSTITUTE SARC, Karachi, Pakistan. INTRODUCTION The Crop Diseases Research Institute was established in at Karachi. The location Karachi was selected because of highly conducive climatic condition for the study of leaf rust/brown rust (Puccinia recondita), stem rust (Puccinia graminis). Selection for Winterhardiness in Wheat. III. Screening Methods D.B. Fowler, L.V. Gusta, and N.J. Tyler ABSTRACT Thirty-fou r biochemical, physiological, and mor-. Bacterial leaf streak and black chaff E. Duveiller, C. Bragard, H. Maraite. Bacterial leaf streak (BLS), caused by Xan-thomonas translucens (ex Jones, Johnson and Reddy ) Vauterin, Hoste, Kersters and Swings , is the major bacterial disease of occurs over a range of very different conditions, such as sprinkler-irrigated fields in temperate climates, high-rainfall subtropical. winter melt and then froze solid at ‐25 to ‐30C temps. Although there were issues with winter survival, the cool wet spring and early summer allowed for the plots to compensate. The season was extended by about 10 days due to the reduced temperatures and elevated moisture content.