• Geography
  • Published 2010

Morphological traits of orchard grass accessions in Black Sea Region of Turkey.

@inproceedings{Ayan2010MorphologicalTO,
  title={Morphological traits of orchard grass accessions in Black Sea Region of Turkey.},
  author={Ilknur Ayan and Hanife Mut and Ozlem Onal Asci and Ugur Basaran and {\"O}zg{\"u}r T{\"o}ngel},
  year={2010}
}
Breeding of orchard grass (Dactylis glomerata L.) is a very important issue in Turkey and seed collections play a key role in enhancing the genetic basis. For this reason, orchard grass seeds were collected from Northern Anatolian Region in 2007, and were subsequently characterized. Accessions were sown in seed trays and then seedlings were transplanted to field. At the end of the measurements and observations the results were: (i) plant heights ranged between 63 and 160 cm; (ii) internode… CONTINUE READING

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