Multi-Site Evaluation on Acid Soils of a Phalaris Aquatica x P. Arundinacea x P. Aquatica Backcross Population Bred for Acid Soil Tolerance
Half-sib families in the AT98 Phalaris aquatica x P. arundinacea x P. aquatica backcross population bred for acid soil tolerance were compared for establishment, persistence, and yield with phalaris (P. aquatica L.) controls and cocksfoot (Dactylis glomerata L. cv. Porto) at 4 sites in south-eastern Australia with the aim of selecting the parents of a new cultivar. The sites had strongly acid soils but differed in parent material, pH profile, soil fertility, and suitability for phalaris....[Show more]
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