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BRS 336: a high-quality fiber upland cotton cultivar for Brazilian savanna and semi-arid conditions
Morello, Camilo de Lelis;Pedrosa, Murilo Barros;Suassuna, Nelson Dias;Lamas, Fernando Mendes;Chitarra, Luis Gonzaga;Silva Filho, Jo?o Luis;Andrade, Francisco Pereira;Barroso, Paulo Augusto Vianna;Ribeiro, José Lopes;Godinho, Vicente de Paulo Campos;Lanza, Marcelo Abreu;
Crop Breeding and Applied Biotechnology , 2012, DOI: 10.1590/S1984-70332012000100012
Abstract: cotton cultivar brs 336 is a high-quality fiber upland cultivar and has wide adaptation to the brazilian growing areas, with resistance to bacterial blight. brs 336 exhibited fiber length higher than 32.0 mm in all field tests. also, fiber strength exceeded all upland cotton currently grown in brazil.
CULTIVAR RELEASE - BRS 335: A midseason high-yielding upland cotton cultivar for Northeast Brazilian savanna
Camilo de Lelis Morello,Murilo Barros Pedrosa,Nelson Dias Suassuna,Luiz Gonzaga Chitarra
Crop Breeding and Applied Biotechnology , 2012,
Abstract: Cotton cultivar BRS 335 is a midseason high-yield cultivar and has adaptation to the Northeast Brazilian savanna, yield stability, desirable resistance to main cotton diseases and good fiber quality. The cultivar BRS 335 meets growers’ demands for competitive lint yield as well as fulfilling industrial textile requirements.
BRS 335: a midseason high-yielding upland cotton cultivar for northeast brazilian savanna
Morello, Camilo de Lelis;Pedrosa, Murilo Barros;Suassuna, Nelson Dias;Chitarra, Luiz Gonzaga;Lamas, Fernando Mendes;Silva Filho, Jo?o Luis;Andrade, Francisco Pereira de;Barroso, Paulo Augusto Vianna;Ribeiro, José Lopes;Godinho, Vicente de Paulo Campos;Lanza, Marcelo Abreu;
Crop Breeding and Applied Biotechnology , 2012, DOI: 10.1590/S1984-70332012000300011
Abstract: cotton cultivar brs 335 is a midseason high-yield cultivar and has adaptation to the northeast brazilian savanna, yield stability, desirable resistance to main cotton diseases and good fiber quality. the cultivar brs 335 meets growers' demands for competitive lint yield as well as fulfilling industrial textile requirements.
BRS 277: Wheat cultivar  [PDF]
Eduardo Caier?o,Leo de Jesus Antunes Del Duca,Cantídio Nicolau Alves de Souza,Márcio Só e Silva
Crop Breeding and Applied Biotechnology , 2009,
Abstract: The wheat cultivar ‘BRS 277’ was developed by Embrapa (Empresa Brasileira de Pesquisa Agropecuária),resulting from a cross between OR1 and Coker 97-33. The plant height of ‘BRS 277’ is short, frost resistance in the vegetativestage is good and resistance to leaf rust moderate.
BRS 276: Wheat cultivar
Eduardo Caier?o,Pedro Luiz Scheeren,Márcio Só e Silva,Luiz Eichelberger
Crop Breeding and Applied Biotechnology , 2009,
Abstract: The wheat cultivar ‘BRS 276’ was developed by Embrapa (Empresa Brasileira de Pesquisa Agropecuária).‘BRS 276’ resulted from a cross between Embrapa 27*3/KleinH 3247 a 33400 and PF 93218, has stable yields and belongsto the Bread class. The mean grain yield in years of evaluation was 3,769 kg ha-1, exceeding the controls by 4%.
BRS Saturno triticale cultivar
Nascimento Junior, Alfredo do;Silva, Márcio Só e;Caier?o, Eduardo;Scheeren, Pedro Luiz;
Crop Breeding and Applied Biotechnology , 2011, DOI: 10.1590/S1984-70332011000300013
Abstract: the triticale cultivar brs saturno was developed by embrapa (brazilian agricultural research corporation) in partnership with the funda??o pró-sementes de apoio à pesquisa. it is the result of a cross between the genotypes pft 512 and cep 28 guará, adapted to the environmental conditions of cultivation in southern brazil.
Pessegueiro: cultivar BRS kampai
Raseira, Maria do Carmo Bassols;Nakasu, Bonifácio Hideyuki;Ueno, Bernardo;Scaranari, Ciro;
Revista Brasileira de Fruticultura , 2010, DOI: 10.1590/S0100-29452011005000009
Abstract: the peach breeding program of embrapa clima temperado has, among the objectives the development of fresh market cultivars that fulfill the consumer's preference. some of the largest consumer centers, such as s?o paulo and curitiba, prefer white flesh peaches with sweet flavor. cultivar brs kampai originated from a cross between 'chimarrita' and 'flordaprince', adds the low chilling requirement, advantageous for subtropical areas, to the good appearance and flavor superior to any of the parents. the harvest period of this cultivar begins mid november, in pelotas, rs, a few days before rubimel (yellow flesh) and premier (white flesh) cultivars (and in the second half of october, in atibaia, sp) being a good substitute for the later.
Barley cultivar BRS Greta  [PDF]
Euclydes Minella,Gerardo Arias,Marcio Só e Silva,Luiz Eichelberger
Crop Breeding and Applied Biotechnology , 2007,
Abstract: BRS Greta is a short, stiff-strawed, two-rowed spring barley cultivar registered by Embrapa Trigo in 2006 forcommercial production in southern Brazil. It combines short straw with high grain yield and kernel plumpness, diseaseresistance (to net blotch) and acceptable malting quality. It is well-adapted to the major barley production regions of southernBrazil.
BRS 254 – Wheat cultivar for irrigated conditions  [PDF]
Márcio Só e Silva,Julio César Albrecht,Eduardo Caierao,Pedro L. Scheeren
Crop Breeding and Applied Biotechnology , 2008,
Abstract: The wheat cultivar BRS 254 was developed by Embrapa. It resulted from a cross between Embrapa 22*3 andAnahuac 75. The gluten strength of BRS 254 is high and the cultivar is suited for irrigated conditions.
CULTIVAR RELEASE-BRS Minotauro - Triticale Cultivar
Alfredo do Nascimento Junior,Pedro Luiz Scheeren,Márcio Só e Silva,Eduardo Caier?o
Crop Breeding and Applied Biotechnology , 2008,
Abstract: The triticale cultivar BRS Minotauro was developed by the Brazilian Agricultural Research CorporationEmbrapa. It is a result of a cross of Brazilian wheat and rye with hexaploid triticale. BRS Minotauro is hexaploid, has amedium cycle, medium to tall plant stature, adapts extremely well to cultivation conditions in the south of Brazil, with anaverage grain yield of 3,790 kg ha-1, i.e., 9% higher than the mean yield of the controls, and has a high yield stability indifferent environments.
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