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variety approach to improving grain yield and quality in spring barley

S.P Hoad

variety approach to improving grain yield and quality in spring barley

by S.P Hoad

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Published by HGCA in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Grain.,
  • Barley.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementS. P. Hoad and D. A. S. Cranstoun.
    SeriesHGCA project report -- No 199
    ContributionsCranstoun, D. A. S., Home-Grown Cereals Authority.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination31p.
    Number of Pages31
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18266786M

    Although based in the UK, the programme is designed to enable selection and development of spring barley varieties for the main European markets. These include the UK, France and Germany. The barley breeding team is lead by Mark Glew. The team has an excellent track record of producing successful spring barley varieties for many different. satisfactory grain yield even after cutting the crop for green forage at vegetative stage. Immediate objectives: Identification of sources for high green forage yield and high grain yield components in barley germplasm, and development of dual-purpose (green forage plus grain) barley cultivars with improved forage quality.

    Tiller production and survival in relation to grain yield in winter and spring barley M.B. Garcfa del Moral ", L.F. Garcfa del Moral b,. Dep. Biologfa Vegetal, Escuela Polit~cnica Superior, Universidad de Almerfa, Almer&, Spain. Consider markets when making spring barley variety choices, say leading experts. As a response to the three crop rule or as a strategic defense against blackgrass, the area of spring crops this season will be significantly higher.

    industries. Grain availability and quality are the major limitations for the continued growth of the agriculture industry in Canada. Although significant progress has been made in improving the genetic gain for barley yield and malting quality, the crop rarely reaches its full yield potentialFile Size: 3MB. The range of grain yield of Athenais was to 6.l t!ha, of HI to and of straw yield to t!ha. High grain yielding environments produced also high TBY and had high HI. Environmental correlation coeffi­ cients of grain yield with straw yield and plant height were positive. It .


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Variety approach to improving grain yield and quality in spring barley by S.P Hoad Download PDF EPUB FB2

Spring Planting and Variety Survey. Harvest progress. Crop development. Cereal Quality Survey. Haulage survey. A variety approach to improving grain yield and quality in spring barley.

Sector: Cereals & Oilseeds. Project code: PR and resource-use efficiency traits from Scots Bere and additional landraces for development of stress. crop rotations, option of the variety that is limited by users, and control of diseases that is limited by economic possibilities).

Besides grain yield, a set of basic quality parameters was evaluated. Considering grain quality of spring barley, the most important factors are nitrogen, saccharides, polyphenols, and enzymes. The protein content. An agronomic improvement in grain yield and quality in winter wheat could be obtained through the application of strategies, such as application of foliar fungicides or fertilizers, that protect health of the last leaves and delay the senescence process during ripening.

Only a few studies have reported the effect of these practices on barley, Cited by: 7. about yield potential, disease resistance and straw length (weed competitiveness) in combination with internal environmental data on disease load and weed pressure, and (2) to quantify the impact of grouping varieties for susceptibility to four foliar diseases and for straw length (weed suppression) for predicting spring barley grain yield.

19 Nov Increase profitability with versatile spring barley variety. In a competitive arable market, many mixed farmers are considering alternative cereal varieties offering not only strong untreated yields, but high yielding straw for bedding or forage. The effects of the experimental year, genotype of variety or breeding line, and variety and year interactions on spring barley grain yield, grain > mm yield and extract yield were measured.

than in old varieties due to a limited amount of nitrogen being diluted in the higher yield of new. varieties (CALDERINI et al., ). As far as we are aware, there are very few papers related to the quality attributes of barley in.

the growing conditions of the Pannonian zone (PRžULJ et al., ). Grain yield and yield components of spring barley genotypes as the indicators of their tolerance to temporal drought stress Alicja Pecio, Damian Wach Department of Plant Nutrition and Fertilization Institute of Soil Science and Plant Cultivation – State Research Institute Czartoryskich 8 Street, Pulawy, Poland et al., ).File Size: KB.

Malting barley (Hordeum vulgare L.) is traditionally grown under low soil fertility as a conservative approach to achieve the malting requirement of grain below a maximum prescribed limit for protein concentration, typically %.

Such strategies severely limit grain yield. Traditionally, barley breeders have sought to improve yield in malting barley through selection for higher yield per se Cited by: 8. Aim to have all fields at P and K index three. This is the optimum level for the soil to maximise the yield potential of the barley crop.

A typical fertiliser programme for spring barley (3t/acre) on index three soil would be three bags of /acre at sowing plus two bags of CAN (27%N)/acre at early tillering. Several overseas studies have shown that mixtures of barley cultivars can reduce the reliance on fungicides, decrease disease incidence and increase grain yield relative to pure stands.

Four barley cultivars (cvv. Barque, Dash, Keel and Molloy) were mixed in 2-way, 3-way and 4-way mixtures and grown at eight sites along the mm rainfall by: 4. Significance of the yield components and crop yield of spring barley grown in an ecological and a low input system is stated in table 1.

Beside the total yield of spring barley grain (table 1), also another yield components as a yield of dry matter and thousand of kernel weight were significantly (P.

The correlation between grain yield and yield components for localities. In our study, path coefficient analysis for locality Ovche the examined traits in barley varieties for locality Ovche Pole.

Malting barley (Hordeum vulgare L.) is traditionally grown under low soil fertility as a conservative approach to achieve the malting requirement of grain below a maximum prescribed limit for protein concentration, typically %.

Such strategies severely limit grain yield. Grain and malting quality in two-row spring barley are influenced by grain filling moisture Article (PDF Available) in Australian Journal of Agricultural Research 55(5) January with Reads.

Skipper and La Trobe were the only two varieties to have a significant increase in grain yield between the 0 and 90 kg N/ha treatments (Figure 2). There was no significant response in any other variety to N treatments (Figure 2).

Figure 2. Grain yield of eight barley varieties grown at three N rates of 0, 30 or 90 kg N/ha at Gurley in Soil type and starter fertilizer treatments are known to influence yield, grain protein concentration and grain protein composition in malting barley (Hordeum vulgare L.).

The relationship between yield and digestibility in spring varieties of barley, oats and wheat after ear emergence - Volume 71 Issue 3 - R. Cannell, H. JobsonCited by: Barley, Commander barley, grain yield, grain quality References Paynter BH, Hills AL and Dhammu H ().

Barley variety guide for Department of Agriculture and Food, Western Australia, Bulletin Paynter BH and van Burgel A (). Barley cultivars differ in their protein concentration. Agribusiness Crop Update Proceedings File Size: KB. Acreages and yields of barley in Illinois fluctuate widely from year to year.

During the fifteen years the area planted to barley, both spring and winter varieties, ranged from a low of 80, acres () to a high ofacres () ; the average for the period wasacres. Spring Planting and Variety Survey.

Harvest progress. Crop development. Cereal Quality Survey Effects of crop husbandry on yield of hybrid winter barley grown in first and second cereal situations. 18 November Association genetics of UK elite barley (AGOUEB) 28 November A variety approach to improving grain yield and quality in.

This study was conducted to determine the effects of rainfall and temperature during the growing season, seed rate, and N rate on grain yield and yield components of winter barley (Hordeum vulgare L.) on a Typic Haploxeralf soil in Santa Olalla (Toledo), Spain in /7, /8, and /9.

Two experiments were conducted each year using the 6-rowed variety ‘Barbarrosa’ and the 2-rowed Cited by: 2.Wheat yields have steadily increased over the past 50 years, averaging approximately % per year.

Demands for faster progress will be made by an ever-growing world population. The challenge for the Cited by: 4.