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Lambert PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 06 August 2009 10:37

Description:
'Lambert' (Reg. no. CV-803, P1 583372) is a soft white winter wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) cultivar developed by the Idaho Agricultural Experiment Station and jointly released by the Oregon, Washington, and Idaho agricultural experiment stations in November 1994. Lambert is early, awned, and semidwarf.
Lambert is similar in heading date, straw strength, and winter-hardiness to Stephens, but is 5 to 8 cm taller. Glumes are white, with an acuminate beak. The kernels are white, soft, and ovate, with a midsized germ and a middeep crease. Lambert is adapted to the intermediate- to high-rainfalldryland areas in the Pacific Northwest. Due to its height, Lambert may have limited utility in irrigated regions. Quality characteristics of Lambert are good flour yield, low ash score, and superior cake volume and cake score.
Creation:
It was derived from a F4 selection of the cross 'Stephens'/'Sprague' (1,2) made in 1976 at Oregon State University, Corvallis, and was selected at Pendleton, OR, by Dr. C.T. Liu.
Country:
USA
Yeld:
Lambert has similar yield potential to Stephens, averaging 6830 kg ha-1 in the Pacific Northwest (66 site-years), compared with 6850 kg ha-1 for Stephens.

 

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