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Home Moldova Technologies Indigenous Varieties of Cereal Crops Ingen 33 And Ingen 35

Indigenous Varieties of Cereal Crops Ingen 33 And Ingen 35

Description

The variety Ingen 33 has been developed through hybridization of the varieties Ingen 8 (Institute of Genetics) and Plai (Romania) followed by an individual selection in F2. The variety belongs to the Leucurum-Leucomelean variation (a white spike, without pubescence, with white and gray awns, the kernel is red). The spike is of a medium size (9.0-10.0 cm), cylindrical of a medium density (28-30 spikelets per 10 cm of the spike rachis length). The kernel is large (the weight of 1,000 kernels is 45-46 g), oval, contains 12.0%-14.0% of protein and 24%-25% of gluten.

The variety Ingen 35 has been developed through hybridization of the varieties Ingen 8 (Institute of Genetics) and CAD 2/917 followed by an individual selection in the F2-F4 generation. The variety belongs to the Leucomelean variation (a white spike, without pubescence, with white and gray awns, the kernel is red). The spike is of a medium size (9.5-11.0 cm), cylindrical of a medium density (28-32 spikelets per 10 cm of the spike rachis length). The kernel is large (the weight of 1,000 kernels is 45-47 g), oval, contains 13.0%-14.0% of protein and 22%-24% of gluten.

The varieties belong to a medium ripening group. In field conditions they are characterized by high resistance to diseases such as mildew, brown and yellow rust, brown foot rot, septoriose. They are resistant to drought and wintering.

Innovative Aspect and Main Advantages

The varieties are high-productive with a yield of 5.0-6.0 q/ha (Ingen 33) and 5.0-7.0 q/ha (Ingen 35), which is higher than that of the witness variety Ingen 93. The varieties are resistant to lodging and the biochemical qualities are fairly good.

Areas of Application

Agriculture.


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Fig.1. Cereal varieties Ingen 33 (a) and Ingen 35 (b).

Stage of Development

The varieties are registered in Moldova.

Contact Details

Institute of Genetics and Plant Physiology Contact person: Prof. Buiucli
Address: 22 Padurii St. Chisinau 2002, Republic of Moldova
Tel.: (+ 373 22) 660 364
Mob.: (+ 373 69) 724 201
Fax.: (+373 22) 556 168
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