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Biological, commercial and bread-baking qualities of some Yugoslav varieties of soft winter wheat


, : Biological, commercial and bread-baking qualities of some Yugoslav varieties of soft winter wheat. Rasteniev"dni Nauki 13(7): 11-21

In comparative investigations (1972-74) the Yugoslav cvs. Zlatna Dolina, Sava, Sanja and Biserka were considerably more resistant to powdery mildew and brown rust than the Russian Aurora and the Bulgarian Sadovo 1 but were inferior in frost resistance and milling qualities. Zlatna Dolina was the most productive.

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