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Record number 406535
Title Comparison of interconnections between barley breeding material traits under organic and conventional growing conditions
Author(s) Legzdina, L.; Kokare, A.; Beinarovica, I.; Lammerts Van Bueren, E.
Source In: Breeding for resilience: a strategy for organic and low-input farming systems, Paris, France, 1 - 3 December, 2010. - Parijs : Eucarpia - p. 114 - 114.
Event Parijs : Eucarpia Eucarpia 2nd conference of the Organic and Low-Input Agriculture section, Paris, France, 2010-12-01/2010-12-03
Department(s) Plant Breeding
Publication type Contribution in proceedings
Publication year 2010
Keyword(s) biologische plantenveredeling - biologische landbouw - gerst - selectiecriteria - correlatie - milieufactoren - organic plant breeding - organic farming - barley - selection criteria - correlation - environmental factors
Categories Plant Breeding and Selection Methods / Alternative Farming
Abstract While breeding for organic farming it is necessary to identify the most appropriate growing conditions in which to perform the selection process. Soil fertility, crop management, yield level and other factors may vary very much between each organic farm, and between organic farms and research institutions where the selection is usually performed. Since plant breeding requires considerable input of resources and the market for organic varieties is limited, it is essential to find the most appropriate selection conditions that will provide acceptable varieties for organic farms.
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