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Results of eleventh International Triticale Yield Nursery: (ITYN) 1979-80

Author: Centro Internacional de Mejoramiento de Maíz y Trigo (CIMMYT)
Year: 1980
ISSN: 0304-551X
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10883/3863
Abstract: The 11th International Triticale Yield Nursery (ITYN) was sent in 1979-80, to be grown by cooperators in their spring season of 1980. One-hundred and two nurseries went to cooperators in 60 countries. The 24 advanced lines and varieties included in the nursery had been chosen from among CIMMYT's best materials and nominations from plant breeders in different parts of the world. All had been grown and observed under a high yield environment with pressure from major diseases on the CIANO Experiment Station in the Yaqui Valley in northwest Mexico. The selected lines thus comprised a collection of the world's best lines or varieties which cooperators could compare under the specific conditions of their own sites, seed for this international nursery was multiplied in plots on the CIANO Experiment Station, and the seed was cleaned and treated with insecticide and organic fungicide before shipment. Instructions accompanied the mailing of seeds to each cooperator; the plot sizes, replications and similar procedures were specified. It is recommended that each plot should consist of six 3.0 m rows planted 30 cm apart and that each line should be gorwn in three replications. However, plot configuration may differ to conform to local equipment. A field book was sent with each nursery set, providing a format for recording data desired by CIMMYT. Sixty-four of the cooperators receiving the 11th ITYN returned field books reporting performance at their location in time to be included in this report. In receiving and processing the data, CIMMYT assumes that instructions were carried out and that accurate results were reported. We cannot, however, attest to the rigor with which the trials were grown and results were obtained. The choice of variables measured and the data returned rests with the individual cooperator. We have included in this summary all measures of all variables reported to us. Some variables are presented for which a limited number of observations were made. The user of these tables should be aware of the importance of the number of locations and the number of observations in interpreting data on a given variable; summary tables for regional and international results specify both for the guidance of the readar.
Format: PDF
Language: English
Publisher: CIMMYT
Serie: Information Bulletin ; 70
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Type: Book
Place of Publication: Mexico
Pages: iii, 83 pages
Agrovoc: DISEASE RESISTANCE
Agrovoc: FLOWERING
Agrovoc: PLANT NURSERIES
Agrovoc: SITE FACTORS
Agrovoc: TRITICOSECALE
Agrovoc: EXPERIMENTATION
Agrovoc: YIELDS
Agrovoc: PLANT BREEDING


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