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The results from investigations on the winter character and the resistance to low temperature of Italian wheats


, : The results from investigations on the winter character and the resistance to low temperature of Italian wheats. Sementi elette, 6: 4, 14-22

Trials were carried out in 1956-60 to study the resistance to low temperature of many Italian wheat varieties which were sown in boxes, according to Aufhammer's method, during 10-20 Oct. To determine their winter character these varieties were also sown during 10-20 Apr. when the mean temperature was about 5 degrees C, which excluded any possibility of vernalization. Results showed that the Italian wheats were on average more susceptible to cold than the local Yugoslav varieties.

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