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Cereal
Hubbard PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 03 August 2009 10:38

Description:
‘Hubbard’ is a soft white winter wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) (Reg. no. CV-942, PI 632273) cultivar developed by the Idaho Agricultural Experiment Station and released in December 2000. It is an awned, tall semidwarf, soft white winter wheat with good to excellent yield potential in the intermediate to high rainfall areas of the Pacific Northwest. Hubbard is named after the late Verl Hubbard, an Idaho wheat producer from Bonners Ferry, ID, who was a strong supporter of cereal research at the University of Idaho. Hubbard has good to excellent soft white winter wheat end-use quality. The percent flour protein for Hubbard (8.1% rainfed, 9.2% irrigated) is similar to that found for Stephens (8.1% rainfed, 9.3% irrigated) for 31 site-years of rainfed, and 18 site-years for irrigated advanced line testing. For near infrared (NIR) kernel hardness, Hubbard (19.8) was most similar to Stephens (20.0) and lower than both Madsen (23.8) and Lambert (24.3) over 30 site-years of rainfed advanced line testing in Idaho.
Creation:
Hubbard originated from a single F4 headrow (designated ID86-10420A) selected for agronomic characteristics and resistance to stripe rust (caused by Puccinia striiformis Westend.) from the 1986 cross ‘Hill 81’/‘Augusta’. Hill 81(‘Yamhill’/‘Hyslop’) is a soft white winter wheat developed by the Oregon Agricultural Experiment Station in cooperation with the USDA-ARS (Kronstad et al., 1982). Augusta (‘Genesee’/‘Redcoat’,B2747//‘Yorkstar’) is a soft white winter wheat developed by the Michigan Agricultural Experiment Station in cooperation with the USDA-ARS (Everson et al., 1986). ID86-10420A was evaluated from 1995 to 2001 in replicated yield trials. In 1994, ID86-10420A was entered in the Western Regional White Winter Wheat Nursery and evaluated for 3 yr. ID86-10420A was entered for evaluation in the Tri-State Extension cereal testing nursery in 1996 and evaluated for four years. In 1999, F4:12 ID86-10420A was evaluated by the Pacific Northwest Wheat Quality Council for its end-use quality. Heads were collected in 1998 and grown during the 1998–1999 growing season at Moscow, ID, for evaluation for uniformity. Selected head rows were then bulked to produce breeder's seed.
Country:
USA
Yeld:
770 kg m–3

 

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