Lutescens

Lutescens

 

a variety of soft wheat with a white, awnless, glabrescent head and a red grain. It is one of the most common varieties of wheat, particularly in Europe and North America. In the USSR lutescens occupies more than 50 percent of the area under wheat (1971). Among the spring varieties planted are Saratovskaia 29 (in 1971, more than 16 million hectares, or more than 36 percent of the spring wheat plantings in the country) and Lutescens 758. Among the winter wheats are Bezostaia 1 and Mironovskaia 808 (8.3 million and 9.5 million hectares, or more than 40 percent and 45 percent, respectively, of the winter wheat planted).

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