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Glenn PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 29 July 2009 10:16
Description:
‘Glenn’ (Reg. no. CV-974, PI 639273), 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 2005. Glenn was released because it combines very high level of resistance to Fusarium head blight (FHB) {caused by Fusarium graminearum Schwabe [telomorph Gibberella zeae (Schwein.) Petch]}, with high yield and grain volume, as well as excellent end-use quality for the domestic and export wheat markets.Glenn is an awned, early-maturing semidwarf HRSW. The awns are white and are 8 to 10 cm in length. The glumes of Glenn are medium and white with elevated shoulder and acuminate beak. The shoulder and beak are wide and medium long. The kernels are red, very hard, midlong, and oval; the germ is large; and the brush is medium. The crease is middeep and midwide and the cheek is rounded. Glenn has a lax spike type with plant height (88 cm) similar of to Steele-ND (87 cm), 5 cm shorter than Parshall, and 4 and 5 cm taller than Alsen and Reeder, respectively. The number of days to heading of Glenn (64 d) is similar to Alsen and Parshall but 2 d earlier than Reeder. It is resistant to grain shattering and has better straw strength than Steele-ND and Parshall.
Creation:
Glenn, a sister line of the released germplasm ND 744 (Mergoum et al., 2005a), was derived from the cross ND 2831/‘Steele-ND’ (PI 634981) made at NDSU by Dr. R.C. Frohberg in 1997. ND 2831 is a hard red spring experimental line developed by the NDSU breeding program from the cross ‘Sumai 3’(PI 481542)/‘Wheaton’(PI 469271)//‘Grandin’(PI 531005)/3/ND 688. Sumai 3, a spring wheat from China, is arguably the most used source of resistance to FHB in the world (Wilcoxson, 1993; Rudd et al., 2001). ND 688 is an experimental line developed by the NDSU breeding program with good adaptation to ND wheat growing conditions and good end-use quality. Steele-ND is a hard red spring wheat (HRSW) developed by NDSU and released in 2004 as a cultivar with good bread-baking properties and moderate tolerance to FHB (Mergoum et al., 2005b).
Country:
USA
Yeld:
Grain yield of Glenn 4381 kg ha–1


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