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1 May 2011 Carberry hard red spring wheat
R. M. DePauw, R. E. Knox, T. N. McCaig, F. R. Clarke, J. M. Clarke
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DePauw, R. M., Knox, R. E., McCaig, T. N., Clarke, F. R. and Clarke, J. M. 2011. Carberryhard red spring wheat. Can. J. Plant Sci. 91: 529-534. On average, over 36 replicated trials over 3 yr, Carberry, a doubled haploid hard red spring wheat (Triticum aestivum L.), expressed significantly higher grain yield than all checks except Superb. Wheat and flour protein concentrations were greater than Superb. Carberry matured significantly later than AC Barrie, Katepwa, and Lillian. Carberry was significantly shorter than all of the checks and was significantly more resistant to lodging than Katepwa, Laura and Lillian. Carberry had significantly higher test weight than all of the checks, intermediate kernel weight relative to the checks, and meets the end-use quality specifications of the Canada Western Red Spring wheat market class. Carberry expressed improved resistance to fusarium head blight relative to the checks, resistance to prevalent races of leaf rust, stem rust, common bunt, and moderate resistance to loose smut.

R. M. DePauw, R. E. Knox, T. N. McCaig, F. R. Clarke, and J. M. Clarke "Carberry hard red spring wheat," Canadian Journal of Plant Science 91(3), 529-534, (1 May 2011).
Received: 11 September 2010; Accepted: 1 January 2011; Published: 1 May 2011

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Cultivar description
description de cultivar
disease resistance
double haploïdie
doubled haploid
grain yield
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