Cereal breeding: Investigations show awned wheat exceeds awnless in yield, kernel weight and test weight per bushel
AuthorCoit A. Suneson
Author AffiliationsCoit A, Suneson is Associate in Agronomy in the University of California College of Agriculture Experiment Station, Davis and Agronomist, United States Department of Agriculture.
Hilgardia 4(7):5-7. DOI:10.3733/ca.v004n07p5. July 1950.
The grain of the awned varieties of Baart wheat and of Onas wheat weighs about one pound per bushel more than the grain of the awnless varieties.
Suneson C. 1950. Cereal breeding: Investigations show awned wheat exceeds awnless in yield, kernel weight and test weight per bushel. Hilgardia 4(7):5-7. DOI:10.3733/ca.v004n07p5
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