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Double-purpose wheat production and its association with a short-cycle wheat

Lutz EE, HD Merchán, AE Morant*
* Departamento de Agronomía de la Universidad Nacional del Sur. 8000 Bahía Blanca, Argentina.
Trabajo realizado con fondos de la Secretaría de Ciencia y Técnica de la Universidad Nacional del Sur.
Se agradece la colaboración a campo del personal del Criadero de Semilla ACA Cabildo.
Correspondencia a: eelutz@criba.edu.ar

Phyton-International Journal of Experimental Botany 2006, 75(all), 85-89. https://doi.org/10.32604/phyton.2006.75.085

Abstract

Management of a double purpose wheat is not easy. Therefore, a simpler management alternative was studied: the mixture of two wheat varieties, one of long- cycle and the other one of short-cycle. Research was effected in the experimental field of the Asociación of Cooperativas Argentinas (38º 36´S, 61º 58´O and 122 m asl), 15 Km SW of Cabildo (Bs. As), in the semi-arid wheat subregion V S. At this place, forage and grain production of a suitable double-purpose wheat (ProINTA Pincén) was compared to its mixture with a short-cycle variety (Cooperación Calquín), either in the same or alternating rows. Forage production of the double-purpose wheat was overcome (P <0,01) in 128% and 98% by the mixtures. Grain production of the double- purpose wheat was 55% greater than that in the mixtures.

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Triticum aestivum, double-purpose, wheat, yield components.

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EE, L., Merchán, H., Morant, A. (2006). Double-purpose wheat production and its association with a short-cycle wheat. Phyton-International Journal of Experimental Botany, 75(all), 85–89.



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