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Modoc a new durum wheat for northern California

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Authors

Y. Paul Puri, U.C.
Calvin O. Qualset, U.C.
Kenneth G. Baghott
Herbert E. Vogt, U.C.
William F. Lehman, U.C.
E. Wayne Hempleman
William C. Shuey
John D. Prato, U.C.

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California Agriculture 30(11):8-9.

Published November 01, 1976

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Abstract

Modoc, a high-yielding, short-statured durum variety developed for the Tulelake area, produces grain of good for milling.

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Research leading to development of Modoc durum wheat was supported in part by funds from the California Crop Improvement Association; California Cereal Research Fund; Newell Grain Growers Association; Winema Elevators, Inc.; and General Milk, Inc.

Modoc a new durum wheat for northern California

Y. Paul Puri, Calvin O. Qualset, Kenneth G. Baghott, Herbert E. Vogt, William F. Lehman, E. Wayne Hempleman, William C. Shuey, John D. Prato
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Modoc a new durum wheat for northern California

Share using any of the popular social networks Share by sending an email Print article
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Authors

Y. Paul Puri, U.C.
Calvin O. Qualset, U.C.
Kenneth G. Baghott
Herbert E. Vogt, U.C.
William F. Lehman, U.C.
E. Wayne Hempleman
William C. Shuey
John D. Prato, U.C.

Publication Information

California Agriculture 30(11):8-9.

Published November 01, 1976

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

Modoc, a high-yielding, short-statured durum variety developed for the Tulelake area, produces grain of good for milling.

Full text

Full text is available in PDF.

Author notes

Research leading to development of Modoc durum wheat was supported in part by funds from the California Crop Improvement Association; California Cereal Research Fund; Newell Grain Growers Association; Winema Elevators, Inc.; and General Milk, Inc.


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