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Dapps PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 29 July 2009 10:18
Description:
‘Dapps’ (Reg. no. CV-956, PI 633862), is a hard red spring wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) developed at North Dakota State University (NDSU) and released by the North Dakota Agricultural Experiment Station (NDAES) in July 2003. Dapps was released because it combines good yield and high quality end-use value for the domestic and export wheat markets.
Dapps is an awned cultivar with mid-dense, erect, and tapering spikes. The culms are white and the peduncle is slightly recurved. The awns are white and 10–12 cm in length. The glumes are medium, white, elevated, and acuminate; the shoulder and beak are medium width. The kernels are rounded, hard, red, and oval; the germ is midsized; and the brush is medium. Plant height of Dapps (93 cm) is similar to ‘Keene’ (PI 598224), an NDSU HRSW cultivar released in 1996, and 12 cm taller than Alsen (PI 615543). Dapps is similar to Grandin in heading date (61 d after planting), 1 d later than Alsen and 1 d earlier than Keene. Dapps is resistant to grain shattering and has straw strength that is similar to Alsen.
Creation:
Dapps was derived from the cross ‘Kitt’/‘Amidon’//‘Grandin’/‘Stoa’ sib. Kitt (Heiner et al., 1976) (PI 518818) is a hard red spring wheat (HRSW) developed by the University of Minnesota in 1975; Amidon (PI 527682), Grandin (PI 531005), and Stoa (PI 520297) are HRSW developed at NDSU and released by NDAES in 1988, 1989, and 1987, respectively. The original cross of Dapps was made in the greenhouse in the spring of 1991 by Dr. R. Frohberg. Subsequently, F1 and F2 plants were grown in the greenhouse in fall 1991 and spring 1992, respectively. Seed from selected F2 plants were grown as F3 at the Prosper, ND, experimental station in summer of 1992. Ten selected spikes from each F3 row were bulked and grown for observation at the Agronomy Seed Farm at Casselton, ND, as F4 bulk in 1993. Similarly, ten selected spikes from the F4 bulk were threshed individually and sown as F4:5 lines in 1.2-m head rows at the Agronomy Seed Farm at Casselton, ND.
Country:
USA
Yeld:
3110 kg ha–1


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