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Wheat for the nontraditional, warm areas

Wheat for the nontraditional, warm areas

a proceedings of the international conference, July 29-August 3, 1990, Foz do Iguaçu, Brazil

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Published by CIMMYT in Mexico, D.F., Mexico .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Tropics
    • Subjects:
    • Wheat -- Tropics -- Congresses.,
    • Wheat -- Climatic factors -- Tropics -- Congresses.,
    • Plant introduction -- Tropics -- Congresses.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementD.A. Saunders, technical editor ; sponsored by United Nations Development Programme, International Maize and Wheat Improvement Center.
      ContributionsSaunders, D. A., United Nations Development Programme., International Maize and Wheat Improvement Center.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsSB191.W5 W523 1991
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxi, 549 p. :
      Number of Pages549
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1315254M
      ISBN 109686127461
      LC Control Number92187687

      The size distribution of wheat-grain starch granules has an impact on the yield of fine flour. The aim of the study was to compare the impact of conventional (mineral fertilizers, pesticides) and organic farming treatments (cover crops, composted cattle manure) on (i) the size distribution of starch granules, (ii) the level of the first break whole and fine flour yield. The grain samples of Cited by: 1. Wheat is grown in all the states in India except Southern and North Eastern states. Uttar Pradesh, Haryana, Punjab, Rajasthan are the major wheat producing states and accounts for almost 80% of total production in India. Only 13% area is rainfed. Major Rainfed wheat areas are in Madhya Pradesh, Gujarat, Maharashtra, West Bengal and Size: 1MB.

      The Wheat Book W E S T E RN A U S R A L I A T H E G O V E RN M E N T O F Bulletin ISSN X Agdex October Principles and Practice. Most widely held works about International Maize and Wheat Improvement Center by Derek Byerlee (Book) Wheat genetic resources at CIMMYT: their preservation, Wheat for the nontraditional, warm areas: a proceedings of the international conference, July August 3,

      Currently, India is second largest producer of Wheat in the world after China with about 12% share in total world Wheat production. Now, India is surplus and in a position to export Wheat in the International Market and can earn foreign exchange. India has exported about 30 lakh tonnes of Wheat worth Rs.1, crore during Three species ofFile Size: KB. Different types of wheat. This is an important topic. There’s different types of wheat, but the two main ones you need to know about when learning how to grow wheat are spring wheat and winter wheat. Winter wheat is planted in late fall, before the first frost date. It starts growing in fall, stays green all winter (which makes it great to.


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A conference on wheat production in warmer areas (WA) in which wheat is not traditionally cultivated, was held in Parana, Brazil, from 29 July-3 Aug.

Country reports were presented from Tanzania, Zambia, Bangladesh, Indonesia, Vietnam, Brazil and Paraguay. Subjects dealt with in the papers include: (1) new technologies and their application to wheat breeding for the WA; (2) wheat diseases.

The distribution of bacterial diseases of wheat and triticale is outlined and the variability among pathogens collected during 3 years from different traditional and nontraditional wheat growing locations is analysed.

Xanthomonas campestris pv. undulosa, the causal agent of bacterial leaf streak, was identified as the major potential bacterial threat in warmer areas, while a new disease, Cited by: 5.

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