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A NEW VARIETY OF WINTER WHEAT – A FACTOR OF QUALITY AND YIELD


D. MANDIĆ, S. KIKIĆ, G. ÐURAŠINOVIĆ, SAVIĆ BOJANA

Issue:

SCSB, Volume XVIII

Section:

Volume XVIII - Vegetal Biology

Abstract:

Highly viable, early maturing, excellent technological quality, resistent to lodging, optimal seed size, excellent indirect indicators of quality, good resistance to plant diseases are all characteristics of a new variety of winter crop created by crossing the genetically divergent parents varieties BL 1-94 x Proteinka incured for a new variety of winter wheat under the code name BL 168-2. According to the overall three-year average, the variety BL 168-2 achieved an average yield of 6918 kg/ha which is 479,3 kg or 7,45 % more than the standard variety – Tina. The three-year average of raw protein content was 12,8%, water absorption 59%, energy of dough 100cm2, belongs to B1 quality class. By the trait of resintance to lodging it is at the level of the standard.

Keywords:

wheat, breeding lines, yield, quality.

Code [ID]:

SCSB201018V18S01A0005 [0003242]

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