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Key title: Agrarnyj vestnik Urala (Online)
Abbreviated key title: Agrar. vestn. Urala (Online)

Аграрный вестник Урала № 11 (178) 2018

Агротехнологии

Логинов Ю.П. доктор сельскохозяйственных наук, профессор

Казак А. А. кандидат сельскохозяйственных наук

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EARLY AND SREDNERANNY GRADES OF SPRING-SOWN SOFT FIELD OF THE SIBERIAN SELECTION, STRONG ON QUALITY OF GRAIN, AS INITIAL MATERIAL FOR SELECTION

Selection was and remains to one of the main reservesof increase in productivity and improvement of quality of seed of spring-sownfield in Siberia. I have gained successful development of selection ofspring-sown field in 70–80 of last century when in the region four selectioncenter have been created: West Siberian (Omsk), Siberian (Novosibirsk), Altai(Barnaul), East Siberian (Krasnoyarsk). At the beginning of the current centuryit is created selection center in NIISH of the Northern Trans-Ural region. Selectioncenter had excellent material and laboratory base on that period of time. Incommon different experts worked on creation of new grades: selectors,geneticists, physiologists, biochemists, phytopathologists, technologists,agrochemists, etc. initial material from a world collection of N. I. Vavilovwas widely used, including also winter grades of strong wheat. By the beginningof the current century in the region on selection the enormous reserve iscreated and grains of a grade of spring-sown soft field, strong on quality,which are sowed on the main arable land reserved for this culture are removed.At the same time, it should be noted that the volume of preparation of foodwheat in Siberia in many respects depends on climatic conditions every year. Inthis regard it is necessary to study the available strong early and mid-earlygrades of spring-sown soft field of the Siberian selection in identicalconditions, to allocate the best of them on productivity and quality of grainfor further use in selection programs and also for expansion under them tocultivated area. In a forest-steppe zone of the Tyumen region, on the skilledfield GAU of the Northern Trans-Ural region it is studied at early ripe andnine mid-early grades of strong, spring-sown field of the Siberian selection.On a complex of economic were allocated: “Novosibirsk 15”, “Polyushko”, “Boyevchanka”,“Novosibirsk 31”, “Altai 92”, “Vavenkov's Memories”, “Tulun 12”, “Tyumen 80”.They can be used as initial material in selection of spring-sown soft field.


Keywords:

spring-sown field, selection, initial material, precocity, productivity, quality of grain.


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