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Reaction of barley varieties to nitrogen fertilizer
TLDR
Four barley varieties were grown in a greenhouse with varying levels of nitrogen fertilizer in two experiments and relative potential yields of genotypes can be estimated under similarly controlled conditions.
INHERITANCE OF REACTION TO RHYINCHOSPORIUM SECALIS IN BARLEY
F1 and F2 barley plants from crosses of eight resistant varieties with a susceptible one were tested for reaction to an Alberta isolate of Rhynchosporium secalis (Oud.) Davis. A dominant gene was
REACTION OF BARLEY VARIETIES TO SOIL WATER STRESS
Varietal differences in reaction to soil water stress of 8 bars were demonstrated in the greenhouse on each of two different soil types. The effects of stress on grain yield and protein content were
EFFECT OF THE v LOCUS ON YIELD OF ADAPTED BARLEY VARIETIES
TLDR
The results indicate no difference in yield potential between the two genotypes, provided that each is present in a variety with the appropriate combination of the various yield components for that genotype.
INHERITANCE OF REACTION TO USTILAGO HORDEI (PERS.) LAGERH. IN CULTIVATED BARLEY
Results from inoculated F1, F2, and F3 generations of diallel crosses between five resistant varieties and one susceptible variety of barley (Junior) indicated that four different genes for
Studies on Nearctic Negastrius (Coleoptera: Elateridae)
New species descriptions of Negastrius rupicola from California, Oregon, Washington, and British Columbia; N. stibicki from California, Montana, and British Columbia; N. solox from Arizona and New
DRYLAND SOIL SALINITY: EFFECT ON THE YIELD AND YIELD COMPONENTS OF 6-ROW BARLEY, 2-ROW BARLEY, WHEAT, AND OATS
TLDR
Although salinity reduced the germination of wheat to a greater extent than it did the other cereals, adequate stands of all cereals were established and germination was not a major factor except on a plot where salinity stress was combined with spring drought.
Reaction of two barley cultivars to a period of soil water stress during heading.
TLDR
At all levels of fertility, reductions in yield of Compana resulting from stress were proportionately smaller than those of Betzes, but the difference between cultivars was greatest when no fertilizer was applied.
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