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Suutter…a new late-maturing Barley

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C. W. Schaller, University of California
J. D. Prato, U.C.
J. I. Chim, University of California

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California Agriculture 28(9):14-15.

Published September 01, 1974

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Abstract

Abstract Not Available – First paragraph follows: LATE MATURITY AND DISEASE resistance are combined in Sutter, a new barley available to California producers. Named for the northern California county where its potential was first observed in field trials, the variety is highly tolerant to barley yellow dwarf and is moderately tolerant to the foliar diseases, net blotch, powdery mildew and scald.

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J. D. Prato is Agronomist, Cooperative Extension, U.C. Davis. Cooperating in the study were M, J. Smith and W. H. Isom of Cooperative Extension at U.C. Riverside, and Farm Advisors J. F. Williams (Sutter County), T. E. Kearney (Yolo County), J. D. Smith (Butte County), and D. M. Brandon (Colusa County). The breeding and evaluation programs for Sutter barley were supported in part by grants from the California Crop Improvement Association, and through the cooperation of growers who provided testing sites.

Suutter…a new late-maturing Barley

C. W. Schaller, J. D. Prato, J. I. Chim
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Suutter…a new late-maturing Barley

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Authors

C. W. Schaller, University of California
J. D. Prato, U.C.
J. I. Chim, University of California

Publication Information

California Agriculture 28(9):14-15.

Published September 01, 1974

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Abstract

Abstract Not Available – First paragraph follows: LATE MATURITY AND DISEASE resistance are combined in Sutter, a new barley available to California producers. Named for the northern California county where its potential was first observed in field trials, the variety is highly tolerant to barley yellow dwarf and is moderately tolerant to the foliar diseases, net blotch, powdery mildew and scald.

Full text

Full text is available in PDF.

Author notes

J. D. Prato is Agronomist, Cooperative Extension, U.C. Davis. Cooperating in the study were M, J. Smith and W. H. Isom of Cooperative Extension at U.C. Riverside, and Farm Advisors J. F. Williams (Sutter County), T. E. Kearney (Yolo County), J. D. Smith (Butte County), and D. M. Brandon (Colusa County). The breeding and evaluation programs for Sutter barley were supported in part by grants from the California Crop Improvement Association, and through the cooperation of growers who provided testing sites.


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