Achieving sustainable cultivation of wheat Volume 1: - download pdf or read online

By Prof. Peter Langridge,Dr P. Bramel,Dr Kellye Eversole,Jane Rogers,Beat Keller,Rudi Appels,Catherine Feuillet,Dr Alison Bentley,Ian Mackay,Dr Jacques Le Gouis,Malcolm Hawkesford,Prof. Martin A. J. Parry,João Paulo Pennacchi,Luis Robledo-Arratia,Elizabete C

Wheat is the main generally cultivated cereal on the earth and a staple nutrients for round three billion humans. it's been envisioned that call for for wheat might bring up via as much as 60% by means of 2050. there's an pressing have to elevate yields within the face of such demanding situations as weather swap, threats from pests and ailments and the necessity to make cultivation extra resource-efficient and sustainable.

Drawing on a world variety of workmanship, this assortment makes a speciality of methods of enhancing the cultivation of wheat at every one step within the worth chain, from breeding to post-harvest garage. quantity 1 experiences study in wheat breeding and caliber qualities in addition to ailments and pests and their administration. Chapters partly 1 evaluation advances in realizing of wheat body structure and genetics and the way this has proficient advancements in breeding, together with constructing kinds with fascinating characteristics corresponding to drought tolerance. half 2 discusses facets of dietary and processing caliber. Chapters partly three hide examine on key wheat ailments and their keep watch over in addition to the administration of insect pests and weeds.

Achieving sustainable cultivation of wheat quantity 1: Breeding, caliber qualities, pests and diseases should be a typical reference for cereal scientists in universities, govt and different examine centres and firms fascinated about wheat cultivation. it's followed by way of quantity 2 which studies advancements in cultivation techniques.

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Achieving sustainable cultivation of wheat Volume 1: Breeding, quality traits, pests and diseases (Burleigh Dodds Series in Agricultural Science) by Prof. Peter Langridge,Dr P. Bramel,Dr Kellye Eversole,Jane Rogers,Beat Keller,Rudi Appels,Catherine Feuillet,Dr Alison Bentley,Ian Mackay,Dr Jacques Le Gouis,Malcolm Hawkesford,Prof. Martin A. J. Parry,João Paulo Pennacchi,Luis Robledo-Arratia,Elizabete C


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