HRSW

AcronymDefinition
HRSWHard Red Spring Wheat
Copyright 1988-2018 AcronymFinder.com, All rights reserved.
References in periodicals archive ?
The dough stage contained the remaining 30% HRSW flour.
The effects of tillage and cropping systems on crop water use (cm) for hard red spring wheat (HRSW), barley, and flax grown at three locations in east-central Saskatchewan.
Grandin is a HRSW cultivar developed by NDAES and released in 1989 due to its high milling and baking quality requirements.
Glenn was tested as ND 747 in the North Dakota Variety Trials (NDVT) and in the HRSW Uniform Regional Nursery (URN) in 2003 and 2004.
ND 652 is an awned, medium-maturing, and semidwarf HRSW. ND 652 has a lax spike type with plant height similar to Grandin (78 cm), 4 cm shorter than Stoa and Amidon, and 3 cm taller than Len based on data from 14 location-years of North Dakota State Trials.
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).
ND 744 is an awned, early maturing, and semi-dwarf HRSW. The awns are white and 11-13 cm in length.
(1996) identified several hexaploid wheat genotypes with good levels of resistance to tan spot from a collection of HRSW cultivars and germplasm from Brazil and seven synthetics.
ND2710 was tested as an experimental line from 1996 to 1999 (Busch, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999) and as the resistant check from 2000 to 20112 (Busch, 2000; Garvin, 2001, 2002) in the HRSW Uniform Regional Scab Nursery (URSN).
Seeding rate adjustments produced a different yield response when HRSW was seeded into barley (Hordeum vulgare L.) stubble versus fallow during a 3-yr study in Saskatchewan (Wright et al., 1987).
Seedling populations generally were enhanced under NT compared with CONT when HRSW was grown in a continuous small-grain system across three locations in South Dakota (Hall and Cholick, 1989).