Fiziol. rast. genet. 2018, vol. 50, no. 2, 134-148, doi:


Shchipak G.V.1, Matviiets V.G.2, Shchipak V.G.3, Nychyporuk O.O.3, Wos' H.4, Brzezinski W.5

  1. V.Ya. Yuryev Plant Production Institute, National Academy of Agrarian Sciences of Ukraine 142 Moskovskyi pr., Kharkov, 61060, Ukraine
  2. Precarpathian State Agricultural Experimental Station of the Agricultural Institute in Carpation Region, National Academy of Agrarian Sciences of Ukraine 21a Stepana Bandery St., Ivano-Frankivsk, 76014, Ukraine
  3. Volyn State Agricultural Experimental Station, National Academy of Agrarian Sciences of Ukraine 2 Shkilna St., Rokyni, Lutskyi district, Volynska region, 45626, Ukraine
  4. Wibex Laboratory Nowe Borуwko 29, 64-020, Czempin', Poland
  5. Wibex Laboratory 18 Wiosenna St., Borуwiec, 62-023, G·dki, Poland

Analysis of breeding process of hexaploid triticale on productivity and improved quality of grain by the method of intraspecific hybridization using system ecological tests in contrasting conditions have been made. The results of breeding (1980—2017) of complex and valuable winter and winter-spring triticale varieties by the method of intraspecific hybridization of forms of various types of development using system ecological tests in contrasting conditions (Forest steppe—hot-dry Steppe) are presented. Use in selection of hexaploid triticales of intraspecific hybridization of forms with contrast type of development and gluten quality in interzonal tests of populations, lines and varieties provided the creation of winter and winter-spring triticale with high baking properties. Medium-stalk varieties Raritet, Amos, Nicanor, and low-stalk varieties Timothy, Рudik and Yelan are characterized by a potential yield of 9.5—12.5 t/ha, complex immunity to major diseases, bread volume without enhancers 650—800 ml with a general baking grade 9.0 points.

Keywords: hexaploid triticale, intraspecific hybridization, multilinear varieties, baking properties

Fiziol. rast. genet.
2018, vol. 50, no. 2, 134-148

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