Thousand grain weight of triticale
significantly varied across years, the highest average 1000-grain weight of winter triticale
investigated was achieved in the NP1K variant (44.81 g).
Gluten, a substance found in wheot, barley, rye, and triticale
, is linked with several gastrointestinal conditions.
However, at 120 and 180 days of storage, there was a difference (p < 0.05), in which barley (92.2 and 90.2%) showed the highest indices, and black oat (74.7 and 77.2%) showed the lowest values, respectively, although it was not different from triticale
and white oat.
, Jordan, grain yield, straw yield.
The lowest level was observed in wheat flour type 550 and 650 as well as triticale
flour type 700.
Barley, rye or triticale
used as cover crops make it possible to suppress weeds in several crops, including soybean, com and sugar beet, with a strong allelopathic potential (Moore et al.
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.
M2 EQUITYBITES-October 23, 2015-Lariat Partners Adds to Agriculture Platform with Triticale
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.
White oats (Avena sativa variety Sederberg), triticale
secale variety Korog), italian rye grass (Lolium multiflorum variety Energa) and barley (Hordeum vulgare variety SVG 13) were evaluated for biomass yield and weed suppression.