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Unpublished Paper
Planting Date Effects on WinterTriticale Grain and Forage Yield
Iowa State Research Farm Progress Reports
  • Lance R. Gibson, Iowa State University
  • Aaron J. Schwarte, Iowa State University
  • David N. Sundberg, Iowa State University
  • Douglas L. Karlen, United States Department of Agriculture
Farm
Armstrong Research and Demonstration Farm
Publication Date
1-1-2005
Abstract

Triticale (trit-ah-kay-lee) is a close relative of wheat. When durum wheat is pollinated with rye pollen, the cross is used in a breeding program to produce these stable, self-replicating varieties. Triticale yield, stress tolerance, and disease resistance are typically greater than similar traits found in wheat. Triticale doesn’t currently possess the grain traits of bread wheat, so its greatest market potential is as animal feed.

Copyright Owner
Iowa State University
Language
en
File Format
application/pdf
Citation Information
Lance R. Gibson, Aaron J. Schwarte, David N. Sundberg and Douglas L. Karlen. "Planting Date Effects on WinterTriticale Grain and Forage Yield" (2005)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/douglas_karlen/20/