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Achievements and prospects in Rumanian sugar-beet breeding

, : Achievements and prospects in Rumanian sugar-beet breeding. Bulletin de l' Academie des Sciences Agricoles et Forestieres (2): 55-63

Two triploid hybrids have been established under the names Romanesc Poli 1 and Romanesc Poli 7. They have high root and sugar yields, good industrial characters, reduced tendency to bolting and resistance to Cercospora beticola. Yield increase over diploid varieties is between 3 and 12 t/ha for root yield and up to 1500 kg/ha for sugar yield. A comparison with 61 foreign varieties indicated that both are equal to the majority.


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