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Journal Article

Journal article

Importance of cultivar for the advancement of wheat production in the Republic of Serbia [Serbia and Montenegro]  [2005]

Mladenov, N.; Dencic, S.; Hristov, N.; kobiljski, B.(Naucni institut za ratarstvo i povrtarstvo, Novi Sad (Serbia and Montenegro));

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In addition to environmental conditions and the technologies used, cultivars with a high genetic potential for grain yield and a set of other important biological characteristics are another factor of great significance in intensifying the production of wheat. Researchers from the Institute of Field and Vegetable Crops in Novi Sad pay particular attention to such cultivars as well as to cultivars intended for different production conditions. Because of the great diversity of climatic and edaphic conditions in our country, special importance is assigned to breeding for cultivars with high biological plasticity, adaptability, and stability. The results of 2003 and 2004 large-plot trials have shown that the wheat cultivars Ljiljana, Dragana and Sonata are characterized not only by high genetic potential for yield but also by good indicators of stability. These cultivars should be the core of the varietal assortment in different wheat-growing regions in the Republic of Serbia. In some of the regions, high and stable yields were also produced by the cultivars Cipovka and Mina. In any given region, because of variations in climatic factors, growers should use a larger number of cultivars of different genetic origin that have the same potential for yield but different major agronomic traits.

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Zbornik radova - Naucni institut za ratarstvo i povrtarstvo (Serbia and Montenegro)

ISSN : 0351-4781