Sowing and agricultural applications: Triticale
was sown on October 20, 2009.
1] application rate of Cu-DH-E, which produced a triticale
grain yield that was significantly higher than the control (P< 0.
This work was established to furnish knowledge and to have some understanding about some basic factors and important tools such as the use of different sowing dates and rates of fertilizer (N, P and K) to determine the optimum sowing date and proper NPK rates to obtain the highest growth and NPK concentrations of triticale
under the experimental site conditions.
displays the high yield and good grain quality of wheat with the better abiotic stress tolerance of rye, including disease resistance (Varughese et al.
is an artificial species that originated 130 years ago from a cross between wheat and rye, with the first cultivars useful for breeders available in the 1960s (Mergoum et al.
Gluten, a substance found in wheot, barley, rye, and triticale
, is linked with several gastrointestinal conditions.
2%) showed the lowest values, respectively, although it was not different from triticale
and white oat.
, Jordan, grain yield, straw yield.
The main structural characteristics of the barley and triticale
residues were investigated by simultaneous thermogravimetric and differential thermal analysis (TG-DTA 92B; Setaram, Lyon, France; Table 1).
23 October 2015 - US-based private equity firm Lariat Partners' Montana, US-based Northern Seed, LLC specialty agriculture business has closed the acquisition of US-based Triticale
business from Syngenta, the fimr said.
We planted alfalfa and triticale
in the pasture, but the weeds took over and it was a total flop.
Scientists at Kansas State University evaluated the formation of AGEs in cooked beef patties containing various cereal brans rich in polyphenolic antioxidants: wheat (Jagger variety); triticale
, a hybrid of wheat and rye (Spring Triticale
and Thundercale); and rye brans.