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Agronomy of oats
Producing high yields of high quality oats (Avena sativa L.) involves interactions among numerous biological factors, management strategies, and climatic conditions. Biological factors includingExpand
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Host Plant Resistance to
One of eight high tannin cottons had more cotton leafperforator horseshoes than the DPL -61 check, but none had fewer. Six of the high tannin stocks had significantly higher seed damage than DPL -61,Expand
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Protein‐Oil Relationships in Oats 1
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Crop Sequences for Sustaining Soil Resources in China
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Relationships between Groat Percentage and Productivity in an Oat Head-Row Series
Selection for high groat percentage, an important quality factor in oat (L.), is practiced in nearly all oat improvement programs. In the Wisconsin oat breeding program, it has been noted thatExpand
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Crown rust resistance in progeny from a derived tetraploid × natural tetraploid cross in Avena
The F1 plants and F2 and F3 populations obtained from a cross between the derived oat tetraploid C.I.7232 and natural tetraploid oat Avena barbata Pott. var. Excoimbra Se1.20 were evaluated forExpand
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