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Sutka, J., Veisz, O., Kovács, G. 1986: Genetic analysis of the frost resistance and winter hardiness of wheat under natural and artificial conditions. Acta Agron. Hung. , 35 , 227-234. Genetic analysis of the frost resistance

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., Láng, L., Bedő, Z. (1999): Triticum durum (Desf.) genotípusok télállóság-dinamikája. (Dynamics of winter hardiness in Triticum durum (Desf.) genotypes.) Növénytermelés , 48 , 463-469. Triticum durum (Desf.) genotípusok

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.F. and Murphy J.P. 2004. Moving beyond the winter hardiness plateau in U.S. oat germplasm. Crop Science. 44:1966–1969. Murphy J.P. Moving beyond the winter hardiness plateau in U

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Green fodder mixture trials were carried out with GK Impala, a winter hardy, fall sown oat variety registered in 2005 intercropped either with winter vetch or winter pea in a crop year when the spring was dry (2003) and in another one (2004) when the precipitation was optimal in spring. The two components of mixtures were sown 50% each. A four-replicate randomised complete block design was used with 50 m2 plots. The results were compared to the mixtures of spring oats and vetch; and spring oats and pea, respectively. The green matter of fall sown crops was cut by scythe late May, whereas that of spring crops early June.Data demonstrate that the green forage yield and protein production of fall sown oats as a monocrop and intercropped with vetch was higher than those of spring types. Green matter and dry matter yield varied with season, and were more advantageous in the year 2004, when there was more precipitation. The crude protein content of winter vetch and the crude protein production of the mixture fall sown oats + winter vetch were the highest. The mixtures with winter or spring pea yielded less green matter and, as a matter of fact, less crude protein. The fodder mixtures cereals — legumes are conventionally and widely used as feed for livestock in North-America, and the results of our two-year experiment suggest that their use should be intensified in Hungary as well, mainly in the provisional feeding of ruminants. To date, oat varieties with reliable winter hardiness are offered for fall sowing.

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introduction to genetical statistics Klages, K. H. (1928): Comparative winter hardiness of species and varieties of vetches and peas in relation to their yielding ability. J. Amer. Soc

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Fowler, D. B., Gusta, L. V., Tyler, N. J. (1982): Selection for winter hardiness in wheat. III. Screening method. Crop Sci. , 21 , 896–901. Tyler N. J. Selection for winter

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Fowler, D. B., Limin, A. E., Gusta, L. V. (1983): New frontiers of winter wheat production. pp. 136-184. In: Fowler, D. B., Gusta, L. V., Sinklar, A. E., Hobin, B. A. (eds.), Breeding for Winter Hardiness in Wheat . University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon

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. 1986: Transmittance of winter hardiness in segregated populations of peas. Crop Sci. , 26 , 49-54. Transmittance of winter hardiness in segregated populations of peas Crop Sci

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Cattivelli, L., Crosatti, C., Grossi, M., Baldi, P., Giorni, E., Rizza, F., Stanca, A. M. (1997) Genes and gene products regulated by low temperature to improve winter hardiness of barley. Acta Agron. Hung. 45, 271-278. Genes and

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.I. , Arbuzova , V.S. , Laikova , L.I. , Panina , G.M. , Popova , O.M. , Berezova , O.V. 2006 . Effect of alien 5R(5A) chromosome substitution on ear-emergence time and winter hardiness in wheat-rye substitution lines . Euphytica 151 : 145

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