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Comparative study of hulled (einkorn, emmer, and spelt) and naked wheats (durum and bread wheat): agronomic performance and quality traits \ Crop science / Crop Science Society of America [Artikel]
Longin, C.F.H. \ Ziegler, J. \ Schweiggert, R. \ Koehler, P. \ Carle, R. \ Würschum, T. \ 2015
Einkorn (Triticum monococcum L.), emmer (T. dicoccum L.), and spelt (T. spelta L.) are old-world hulled wheat crops currently receiving renewed interest of consumers, bakers, millers, and farmers. Our objectives were to (i) compare einkorn, emmer, an ...
Participatory plant breeding: the best way to breed for sustainable agriculture? \ International journal of agricultural sustainability [Artikel]
Chiffoleau, Y. \ Desclaux, D. \ 2006
Participatory plant breeding began in developing countries and now some European farmers and scientists are proposing its suitability in contributing to sustainable agriculture. This paper uses both genetics and sociology to dertermine the conditions ...
Effect of cultural practices on barley and durum wheat yields in semiarid regions of Tunisia \ American journal of alternative agriculture [Artikel]
Yahhyaoui, A. \ M'Hedhbi, K. \ Rezgui, S. \ 1997
To use the high yield potential of new varieties of cereals in the low rainfall areas of Tunisia, traditional cultural and tillage practices need to be improved. Field trials on different locations were performed to investigate the effects of seeding ...
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