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Table of wheat varieties PDF Print E-mail
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Thursday, 16 July 2009 12:05

Name of the sort

Type

Creation

Country

Yeld

Alsen

Hard, spring

Alsen was derived from the "ND674//ND2710 (PI 633976)/ND688" cross made at NDSU in the spring of 1995. ND674 (‘Grandin’(PI 531005)*2/‘Glupro’ (PI 592759)) and ND688 (Grandin/3/IAS20*4/H567.71//‘Amidon’ (PI 527682)) are two hard red spring experimental lines that have good adaptation to North Dakota wheat growing conditions and good end-use quality.

USA

2949 kg ha–1

Choteau

Hard, spring

Choteau was derived as an F4 plant selection from the cross MT 9401/MT 9328. MT 9401 was a selection from the cross MT 8603/‘Amidon’ (PI 527682). MT 8603 was derived from the cross MT 7635/‘Nacozari’. MT 9328 was a selection from the cross MT 7810/MT7926. MT 7810 [‘Tezanos Pintos Precos’/‘Sonora 64’//‘Fortuna’ (PI 13596)] was a sister line to ‘Glenman’ (McNeal et al., 1985). MT 7926 was derived from a cross between an experimental line from North Dakota State University with unknown pedigree and MT 6830. MT 6830 has the pedigree ‘Sheridan’ (CI 13586)//CI 13253/5*‘Centana’ (CI 12974).

USA

Mean grain yield of Choteau over 28 location/years was 4414 kg ha–1

Colt

Hard, spring

Colt was named and released jointly by the Nebraska Agric. Exp. Stn. and the USDA-ARS in 1983. Protection is being requested under the Plant Variety Protection Act,Public Law 91-577 with the certified seed class option. Seed

classes recognized are breeder, foundation, registered, and certified. Breeder seed will be maintained by the Nebraska Agric. Exp. Stn., Lincoln, NE 68583.

USA

 

Dapps

Spring

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.

USA

3110 kg ha–1

Explorer

Hard, spring

Explorer was an F4 plant selection from the cross MT8182/ ‘Fortuna’)//‘Pondera’/MT8182. MT8182 has hard white seed and was a selection from the cultivar Yding (‘CIANO F67’/ ‘Penjamo T62’//‘Gallo’).

USA

Yield of Explorer averaged 4475 kg ha-1

Glenman

Hard, spring

Glenman is a solid-stemmed, sernidwarf cultivar selected from Cross 208774C-IR8M/'Fortuna'. Cross 208774C-IR8M is a segregate from the cross of 'Tezanos Pintos Precos'/'Sonora 64', made by the International Center for

Maize and Wheat Improvement.

USA

 

Glenn

Hard, spring

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.

USA

Grain yield of Glenn 4381 kg ha–1

Goetze

Soft, winter

Goetze is a semidwarf sof white winter wheat from the 1995 cross OR8303765/E81FR. OR8303765 has the pedigree 6720-11//Ministerio de Agri 38/WRM (Weique/Red Mace)

USA

97,7 bu/ac

Idaho 587

Soft, winter

Idaho 587 was derived from the third backcross of Stephens (Kronstad et al., 1978) to the imidazolinone-resistant line ‘FS4’ (synonym cv. 9804), with the backcross having the pedigree Stephens*4/FS4.

USA

6.7 Mg ha–1

Hill 81

Soft, winter

Hill  81 was developed  from  a  cross  between  ’Yamhill’ and  ’Hyslop’  made  in  1968.  Hill  81,  identified  as  0WW68007-

2M6, was  obtained  from  bulked  F3  head  rows  derived  from individual F2 plants. 

USA

62 bu/a

Howard

Hard, spring

Howard was selected from the cross ‘Parshall’ (PI 613587)/5/‘Grandin’ (PI 531005)/3/IAS20*4/H567.71//‘Amidon’ (PI 527682)/4/ND 674 that was made in 1996 by Dr R.C. Frohberg. Parshall, Grandin, and Amidon are HRSW cultivars released by the NDAES in 1999, 1989, and 1988, respectively.

USA

Grain yield of Howard 4260 kg ha–1.

Hubbard

Soft, winter

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’.

USA

770 kg m–3

Lambert

Soft, winter

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.

 

USA

6830 kg ha-1

MacVicar

Soft, winter

MacVicar is the progeny of a complex set of crosses. Its pedigree is Yamhill/McDermid/2/T.spelta var. Alba/3/Suwon 92/Roedel /4/ NB 68513/ Hyslop/5/Backa. It's F1 parent was grown in 1975 at Hermiston as row 336. MacVicar was tested under the experimental designation ORFW75336.

USA

59,2 lbs/bu

Malcolm

Soft, winter

Malcolm originated from a 1972 top-cross between Stephens and 63-189-66-7/Bezostaja at the Hyslop Agronomy Farm.

USA

55,5 lb/bu

Marquis

Hard, spring

The first cross between an early-ripening Indian wheat (Hard Red Calcutta) and Red Fife made by Percy Saunders likely took place at the experimental farm at Agassiz, Manitoba, in 1892. It remained mixed with other varieties.

Canada

 

McNeal

Spring

McNeal was developed from the cross of RS 6880

with ‘Glenman.’ RS 6880 was used as a parent because

of its high level of protein. McNeal was tested as MT

8849 in the single line row nursery in 1987. This line

was evaluated from 1988 through 1994 for yield, test

weight, agronomic characteristics, milling and baking

qualities at the Montana Agricultural Experiment Sta-

tion Research Centers and in off-station sites.

USA

46.1 bu/ac

MTHW9420

Spring, hard

MTHW9420 was an F4 plant selection from the cross MT8182/MT8289. MT8182 was a selection from ‘Yding’, which has the pedigree ‘CIANO F67’/‘Penjamo T62’//‘Gallo’. MT 8289 was a selection from the cross ‘Tanager’/‘Pichihuila’.

USA

Yield of MTHW9420 has averaged 4549 kg ha-1

Norwest 553

Winter, hard

Norwest 553 was derived from the cross 95B343/Isengrain made in 1996 by the Vernuil Company, FR. Norwest 553 was developed as a doubled haploid from an F1 plant in the 1997-1998 growing season and given the selection designation 00B553

 

USA

14,7 bu/acre

Oklee

Spring, hard

Oklee was derived from the cross ‘2375’/SBF0670, made by the former Pioneer Hi-Bred spring wheat breeding program in the USA. The cultivar 2375 (PI 601477, syn. Pioneer 2375) has the pedigree Olaf//Era/Suqamuxi 68/3/Chris/ND487//Lark and was widely grown in Minnesota during the mid-1990s due to its moderate resistance to FHB. SBF0670 is an unreleased line whose pedigree contains hard red spring lines once prominent in the region including ‘Chris’ (CItr 13751, Heiner and Johnston, 1967), ‘Era’ (CItr 13986, Heiner and McVey, 1971), and ‘Butte’.

USA

Oklee yielded 3664 kg ha–1

ORCF-101

Soft, winter

ORCF-101 was derived from the three-way cross 'CV-9804'/'Malcom'//'OR939481' made in 1996 and 1997 at the OSU Hyslop Field research Farm.

USA

84,025 bu/ac

ORCF-102

Soft, winter

ORCF-102 was derived from the three-way cross 'Madsen'/'CV-9804'//'Weatherford' made in 1996 and 1007 at the OSU Hyslop Field Research Farm.

USA

107,425 bu/ac

Outlook

Spring, hard

Outlook was derived as an F4 plant selection from the cross PI 372129/2*‘Amidon’ (PI 527682)//MT7810/MT7926. PI 372129 is resistant to the Russian wheat aphid due to the presence of resistance gene Dn4 (Nkongolo et al., 1991). MT 7810 (‘Tezanos Pintos Precos’/‘Sonora 64’//‘Fortuna’) was a sister line to ‘Glenman’ (McNeal et al., 1985). MT 7926 was derived from the cross ND 681/MT 6830. MT 6830 has the pedigree ‘Sheridan’//CI 13253/*5‘Centana’. ND 681 was an experimental line from North Dakota State University of unknown pedigree.

 

USA

Mean grain yield of Outlook over 27 location–years from 1999 to 2001 was 4891 kg ha-1.

Rawhide

Winter, hard

Rawhide was selected from the cross 'Warrior'*5/'Agent'//'Kavkaz'/4/'Parker'*4/Agent/

/'Beloterkovskaia 198Y'Lancer'/3/'Vona' made in 1977 by J. W. Schmidt. Rawhide is an increase of a F3-derived F4 line that was identified in 1983 and tested as NE83498.

USA

3420 kg ha-1

Reeder

Spring, hard

Reeder resulted from a complex cross involving a relative of Stoa, an NDSU experimental line and germplasm from a breeding program in Brazil.

USA

85-95 bushels per acre

Red Fife wheat

Spring/ Winter, hard

Efforts made to locate the territory from which the seed was derived were never successful, and the origin of the new wheat was looked upon as an accidental occurrence.

Canada

36 bu per acre

Rohde

Winter

Rohde was selected from progeny of the cross Paha/Selection 72//Daws. The initial cross was made by Bob Metzger, a USDA-ARS scientist located at Corvallis.

USA

60 bu/a

Steele-ND

Spring, hard

Steele-ND was selected from the cross ‘Parshall’ (PI 613587)/5/‘Grandin’ (PI 531005)/3/IAS20*4/H567.71//‘Amidon’ (PI 527682)/4/Grandin*2/‘Glupro’ (PI 592759) that was made in 1996. Grandin, Amidon, Glupro, and Parshall are hard red spring wheat (HRSW) cultivars developed by NDSU and released by NDAES in 1988, 1989, 1995, and 1999, respectively. IAS20*4/H567.71 is a breeding line introduced from the International Wheat and Maize Improvement Center (CIMMYT), Mexico; for its high resistance to leaf rust (caused by Puccinia triticina Eriks.).

USA

3958 kg ha–1

Stephens

Soft, winter

  CI 17596  is soft  white  winter  wheat developed  by  the  Oregon  Agric.  Exp. Stn.  in  cooperation  with  SEA, USDA,  from  a  cross  between  ’NordDesprez’  and  Pullman  Selection  101  (CI  13438)  made  in  1965.

 

USA

65 bu/a

Vida

Spring, hard

Vida was derived from an F4 plant selection from the cross ‘Scholar’ (Lanning et al., 2000)/‘Reeder’ (PI 613586).

USA

Vida yielded 4468 kg ha–1

 

Agrounija Prima

Soft, winter

Created with crossing of the varieties 359 x Partizanka = F1 x Partizanka.

Macedonia

The yield genetic potential is over than 8-9000 kg/ha.

Alekseevka

Winter

 

Ukraine

Average yield - 61,1 cwt / ha. Recommended for cultivation in rainfed and irrigated lands.

Altai space

Soft, spring

Uralskaya 52hOmskaya 9. Variety of lutescens.

Russia

Average yields in the region amounted to 22 t / ha.

Amir

Winter

Launched by the individual selection of hybrid populations of F3 crosses (+ Rodna Prioksko) F1 + Prioksko

 

Russia

Potential yield 6,0-6,5 t / ha.

Bashkirskaya 24

Soft, spring

The variety of lutescens.

Russia

8 cwt/ha

Dobrynya

Spring

Albidum 28/Lyutestsens 401 / / Saratov 55/3/L503

Russia

The economic effect is achieved through a stable production of high quality grain. The collection of high quality grain from 1 hectare of planting, depending on the conditions makes 15-40 t / ha.

Donetskaya 46

Winter

Variety - lyutestsens.

Ukraine

Average yield of grain amounted to 68.7 cwt/ ha.

Donetskaya 48

Winter

Variety of lyutestsens.

Ukraine

Average yield of grain amounted to 68.7 t / ha.

Donchanka 3

Winter

 

Ukraine

Grain yield was 66,4-75,5 kg / ha, or an average of 5.8 kg / ha more than 46 of Donetsaya 46k and 7.4 t / ha Polukarlik 3

Elijah

Spring

Odoste (Lake) x Omskaya 17.

Russia

The average yield in the region of 27.5 kg / haThe maximum yield of 54.7 t / ha obtained in 1995 in Kemerovo region.

Esther

Winter

Variety lyutestsens.

Russia

Up to 8,0 t / ha

Goddess

Winter

Variety of erythrospermum

Ukraine

Yields averaged 62.0 cwt / ha.
Registered in the State register of plant varieties, and Ukraine in 2008

Improved (better) Orovchanka

Winter, soft

Created with crossing of varieties Orovcanka x Balkan by Dr.Ilija Orovcanec and Ing. agr. Ognen Orovcanec.

Macedonia

Genetic potential around 11 000 kgr./ ha.

Irgina

Spring

Variety Miltirum.

Russia

The yield on variety places for 3 years testing 27,6-33,3 cwt / ha.

Kazakhstan 10

Spring

The hybrid combination of grades Priboj and Strela.The variety of lutescens.

Russia, Kazahstan

The maximum yield of 58.0 cwt / ha obtained on Davlekansk

Kerba

Winter

Individual selection of hybrid populations derived from crosses of winter varieties Myronivska 808 with spring variety from Mexico (C-47336).

 

Russia

The potential yield of 6.5 cwt / ha.

Kraplina

Soft, winter

 

Ukraine

Yields averaged 61.6 t / ha.

Kurskay 2038

Soft, spring

Probat, Line 1401 x Kharkivska 10.

Russia

Average yield was respectively 40.0 and 25.1 kg / ha, at the secondary level standard. The maximum yield of 53.1 t / ha obtained in 1996 in the Udmurt Republic.

Lada

Soft, spring

F3 ((x Obry 30N70) F1 x Moscow 35). Variety lutescens.

 

Russia

The average yield in the region of 30.1 kg / ha at 2.1 t / ha higher than the average standard. The maximum yield of 57.0 t / ha obtained in 1996 in the Republic of Tatarstan.

Milturum 63

Spring

 

Russia

64.4 cwt/ha

Niva 2

Spring, soft

P5 360/76 x Irtyshanka 10. Variety lyutescens.

Russia

Average yeld in the region - 26.1 t / ha, at the secondary level standard. The maximum yield of 44 t / ha obtained in 1995 in the Kurgan region.

Olga

Winter, soft

Created with crossing of the varieties L-11 (Agrounija Prima x Marija).

Macedonia

The yield genetic potential is over 10000 kg/ha.

Omskaya 28

Spring, soft

Lyutescens 19 (selection of Omsk 12) x spontaneous hybrid based on a model from Canada. Variety lyutescens.

Russia

The average yield in the region - 29,2 kg / ha, which is 1.2 kg / ha of above-average standard. The maximum yield of 43.5 t / ha obtained in 1995 in the Tyumen region.

Omskaya 36

Winter

Variety lyutestsens.

 

Russia

High

Osatka

Winter, soft

Created by agr. ing. Ilija Orovchanec and agr. ing. Ognen Orovchanec.

Macedonia

The yield genetic potential is over 8000 kg/ha.

Pelisterka

Winter, soft

Created by agr. ing. Ilija Orovchanec and agr. ing. Ognen Orovchanec.

Macedonia

The yield genetic potential is around 10000 kg/ha.

Poulard wheat

 

Probably descended from T. durum.

Russia

Productivity in 3.5-3.6 (up to 9.2) tons per hectare.

Prokhorovka

Spring

The variety of lutescens

Russia

Adaptive class is good, having the ability to form high yields of the order of 6-7 tons / ha.

Rainbow

Winter

Two-time individual, followed by the massive selection of hybrid populations of breeding varieties Krasnodonskaya 39 × Turgidum / / Diamond.

Russia

Average yield class in the IAC was 29.8 cwt/ha

Rosinka

Winter

Of the mutant population from the effects of gamma-rays at the Class Sibakovskaya 3Variety of lutescens

Russia

The average yield in the region amounted to 23.5 t / ha to 2 t / ha lower than the average standard. The maximum yield of 48.7 t / ha obtained in 1995 in the Tyumen region.

Ruso

Winter

Launched in Finland. Variety Milturum.

Russia

In the production test - 3,56 t / ha, respectively in 0.57 and 1.38 t / ha higher than for area-early class Cometa.

Saratovskaya 62

Spring, soft

Saratovskaya 55 (x Eritrospermum F9 (Saratovskaya 52 × Saratovskaya 36)). Variety eritrospermum.

Russia

The average yield in the region amounted to 12.5 cwt / ha, at the secondary level standard. Maximum yield  32.3 cwt / ha obtained in 1996 in the Saratov region.

Saratovskaya 70

Spring

Albidum with 2015 × Leukospermum to-1983

Russia

The maximum yield was at 44.7 cwt / ha, average 9,7 cwt/ha

Shahtarochka

Winter

 

Ukraine

Average yield - 66,3 c / ha.

Sturdy

Spring, soft

Origin: step hybridization involving varieties Myronivska 808, Leningradka, k-49426 (Canada) is included in Gosreestr North-West (2) and Volga-Vyatka (4) regions. Variety lyutestsens.

Russia

The maximum yield of 68.9 t / ha obtained in 1995 in the Sverdlovsk region.

Valeria

Spring, soft

Variety lutescens. Lutescens 670 N 6h Lutescens 617 N 12-1.

Russia

Average yields in the region amounted to 16.4 t / ha on average mill darts, from 12.7 to 25.6 kg / ha, exceeding the standard Budimir at 1,0-3,5 kg / ha.

Varyag

Spring, soft

Saratovskaya 46hNR876 (India). Variety grekum.

 

Russia

The average yield in the region of 19,3 c / ha, in the Orenburg region - ranging from 7 to 24 kg / ha, exceeding the standards of Moscow 35 and Saratovskaya 42 on 0,8-2,3 kg / ha. The maximum yield of 45.4 t / ha obtained in 1995 in the Kurgan region.

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