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Millán-INIA, New Variety of High Quality Early Spring Bread Wheat for Irrigated Soils in Central-Southern Chile
Matus,Iván; Madariaga,Ricardo; Jobet,Claudio; Zú?iga,Javier; Alfaro,Christian;
Chilean journal of agricultural research , 2011, DOI: 10.4067/S0718-58392011000200019
Abstract: millán-inia is a variety of spring bread wheat (triticum aestivum l.) originating from a cross carried out in the wheat plant breeding project of the instituto de investigaciones agropecuarias (inia), in the centro regional de investigación quilamapu in 1995. this is a spring wheat variety with an early to medium-early head emergence and upright growth habit in the seedling stage. the adult plant is low to medium height and varies between 75 and 90 cm, with a mean of 85 cm. the spike is white with long awns along its full length. the grain is large-sized, white, and vitreous. the weight of 1000 grains varies between 50 and 59 g. it was sown in mid-august at the santa rosa experimental station (36°31? s; 71°54? w), chillán. head emergence occurred 88 to 89 d after sowing, which is 2 to 3 d after ciko-inia. on average, millán-inia reached a yield similar to that of the var. ciko-inia. this line stands out for its good resistance to disease, high protein content (11.5% mean), high sedimentation value, and high w value.
Millán-INIA, New Variety of High Quality Early Spring Bread Wheat for Irrigated Soils in Central-Southern Chile Millán-INIA, Nueva Variedad de Trigo Harinero Precoz de Primavera de Alta Calidad para Suelos de Riego de la Zona Centro Sur de Chile  [cached]
Iván Matus,Ricardo Madariaga,Claudio Jobet,Javier Zú?iga
Chilean Journal of Agricultural Research , 2011,
Abstract: Millán-INIA is a variety of spring bread wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) originating from a cross carried out in the Wheat Plant Breeding Project of the Instituto de Investigaciones Agropecuarias (INIA), in the Centro Regional de Investigación Quilamapu in 1995. This is a spring wheat variety with an early to medium-early head emergence and upright growth habit in the seedling stage. The adult plant is low to medium height and varies between 75 and 90 cm, with a mean of 85 cm. The spike is white with long awns along its full length. The grain is large-sized, white, and vitreous. The weight of 1000 grains varies between 50 and 59 g. It was sown in mid-August at the Santa Rosa Experimental Station (36°31’ S; 71°54’ W), Chillán. Head emergence occurred 88 to 89 d after sowing, which is 2 to 3 d after Ciko-INIA. On average, Millán-INIA reached a yield similar to that of the var. Ciko-INIA. This line stands out for its good resistance to disease, high protein content (11.5% mean), high sedimentation value, and high W value. Millán-INIA es un trigo harinero (Triticum aestivum L.) de primavera que proviene de un cruzamiento efectuado en 1995 en el Proyecto de Fitomejoramiento de Trigo del Instituto de Investigaciones Agropecuarias INIA, en el Centro Regional de Investigación Quilamapu. Es un trigo de hábito primaveral, de época de espigadura mediana a precoz, con hábito de crecimiento erecto al estado de plántula. La altura de la planta adulta se considera mediana a baja, y varía entre 75 y 90 cm, con un promedio de 85 cm. La espiga es de color blanco y de barbas largas y presentes en toda su extensión. El grano es de color blanco y aspecto vítreo y de tama o grande, con un peso de los 1000 granos que varía entre 50 y 59 g. Sembrado a mediados de agosto en el Campo Experimental Santa Rosa (36°31’ S; 71°54’ O), Chillán, la emisión de espigas ocurre 88 a 89 días después de la siembra, entre 2 y 3 días después que Ciko-INIA. Como promedio en las localidades evaluadas, Millán-INIA tuvo un rendimiento medio similar a la var. Ciko-INIA. Esta línea se destaca por su muy buena resistencia a enfermedades, alto contenido de proteína (promedio 11,5%), alto valor de sedimentación, y alto valor W.
PANDORA - INIA, NUEVO CULTIVAR DE TRIGO HARINERO DE PRIMAVERA PARA CHILE Pandora - INIA, new spring bread wheat cultivar for Chile  [cached]
Mario Mellado Z.,Ricardo Madariaga B.
Agricultura Técnica , 2003,
Abstract: Pandora - INIA es un cultivar de trigo (Triticum aestivum L.) de primavera creado por el Proyecto Trigo del Instituto de Investigaciones Agropecuarias (INIA), en el Centro Regional de Investigación Quilamapu, Chillán, Chile, a partir de un cruzamiento efectuado en 1989. Es un trigo semienano con una altura de planta de 90 - 95 cm. El grano es de color café obscuro y de forma ovada. La espiga es blanca y barbada. En experimentos su rendimiento ha variado entre 7,5 y 10,8 t ha -1. El promedio de volumen de pan, valor de sedimentación y proteína del grano fueron, 722 cm3, 41,6 cm3, y 11,1% respectivamente, lo que clasifica este cultivar como de panificación directa. Pandora - INIA is a spring wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) cultivar created by the Wheat Project at Quilamapu Regional Research Center of the National Agricultural Research Institute (INIA), Chillán, Chile, starting from a cross made in 1989. It is a semi-dwarf wheat with a plant height of 90 - 95 cm. The grain is brown and with an ovate shape. The spike is white and bearded. In trials its grain yield has varied between 7.5 and 10.8 t ha-1. The average bread volume, sedimentation value and grain protein were 722 cm3, 41.6 cm3, and 11.1% respectively, which classified this cultivar for direct use in bread making.
OPALA-INIA, NUEVA VARIEDAD DE TRIGO DE PRIMAVERA PARA LA ZONA CENTRO-SUR DE CHILE Opala-INIA, a new spring bread wheat cultivar for the South Central area of Chile  [cached]
Mario Mellado Z.,Ricardo Madariaga B.,Denise Granger Z.
Agricultura Técnica , 2000,
Abstract: Opala-INIA es un cultivar de trigo (Triticum aestivum L.), de primavera liberado por el Proyecto Trigo del Instituto de Investigaciones Agropecuarias (INIA), en el Centro Regional de Investigación Quilamapu, Chillán, a partir de un material avanzado recibido del CIMMYT en 1991. Fue incluido en ensayos de rendimiento desde 1994. Es un trigo semienano con una altura de planta de 85 a 95 cm, resistente a Puccinia striiformis y Puccinia recondita. En ensayos su rendimiento ha variado entre 7 y 11 t ha -1. Los índices de calidad clasifican a esta variedad como de panificación directa Opala-INIA is a spring bread wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) cultivar released by the Wheat Project at Quilamapu Regional Research Center, National Agricultural Research Institute (INIA), Chillán, developed from advanced material received from CIMMYT in 1991. It has been included in yield trials since 1994. It is a semi-dwarf wheat, 85 - 95 cm plant height, resistant to Puccinia striiformis and Puccinia recondita. In trials its grain yield has varied between 7 and 11 t ha-1. The quality index classified this variety for direct use in bread making
Lleuque-INIA, New High Yield Spring Durum Wheat Variety for Chile
Matus,Iván; Madariaga,Ricardo; Alfaro,Christian; Jobet,Claudio;
Chilean journal of agricultural research , 2011, DOI: 10.4067/S0718-58392011000200020
Abstract: the lleuque-inia spring durum wheat variety (triticum turgidum var. durum l.) originated from a cross carried out by the instituto de investigaciones agropecuarias (inia), national wheat program, in the centro regional de investigación la platina, santiago, chile, in 1993. this variety has an upright growth habit in the seedling stage; the adult plant is of medium height and varies between 80 and 90 cm. the spike is medium-sized, white, and exhibits long whitish awns along its full length. the grain is large-sized, elongated, golden yellow, and vitreous. the variety was sown in mid-august in the santa rosa experimental station (36°31? s; 71°54? w), chillán, head emergence occurred between 89 and 91 d after sowing, and was 6 to 8 d later than ?llareta-inia? and ?corcolén-inia?. in la platina, ?lleuque-inia? had a mean yield of 16.7 and 20.8% higher than vars. llareta-inia and corcolén-inia, respectively, whereas the yield was higher in chillán by 10.3 and 10.1%, respectively. on the other hand, in yungay located in the ?uble foothills, ?lleuque-inia? yield exceeded ?llareta-inia? by 13.07% and var. corcolén-inia by 16.97%. in humán, var. lleuque-inia yield exceeded the control vars. llareta-inia and corcolén-inia by 15.23 and 24.03%, respectively. lleuque-inia variety is a type of wheat with good hectoliter weight, good wet gluten content (%), and a protein value mean fluctuating between 10.47 and 12.3%.
Lleuque-INIA, New High Yield Spring Durum Wheat Variety for Chile Lleuque-INIA, Nueva Variedad de Trigo Candeal de Primavera de Alto Potencial de Rendimiento para Chile  [cached]
Iván Matus,Ricardo Madariaga,Christian Alfaro,Claudio Jobet
Chilean Journal of Agricultural Research , 2011,
Abstract: The Lleuque-INIA spring durum wheat variety (Triticum turgidum var. durum L.) originated from a cross carried out by the Instituto de Investigaciones Agropecuarias (INIA), National Wheat Program, in the Centro Regional de Investigación La Platina, Santiago, Chile, in 1993. This variety has an upright growth habit in the seedling stage; the adult plant is of medium height and varies between 80 and 90 cm. The spike is medium-sized, white, and exhibits long whitish awns along its full length. The grain is large-sized, elongated, golden yellow, and vitreous. The variety was sown in mid-August in the Santa Rosa Experimental Station (36°31’ S; 71°54’ W), Chillán, head emergence occurred between 89 and 91 d after sowing, and was 6 to 8 d later than ‘Llareta-INIA’ and ‘Corcolén-INIA’. In La Platina, ‘Lleuque-INIA’ had a mean yield of 16.7 and 20.8% higher than vars. Llareta-INIA and Corcolén-INIA, respectively, whereas the yield was higher in Chillán by 10.3 and 10.1%, respectively. On the other hand, in Yungay located in the uble foothills, ‘Lleuque-INIA’ yield exceeded ‘Llareta-INIA’ by 13.07% and var. Corcolén-INIA by 16.97%. In Humán, var. Lleuque-INIA yield exceeded the control vars. Llareta-INIA and Corcolén-INIA by 15.23 and 24.03%, respectively. Lleuque-INIA variety is a type of wheat with good hectoliter weight, good wet gluten content (%), and a protein value mean fluctuating between 10.47 and 12.3%. La variedad de trigo candeal (Triticum turgidum var. durum L.) de primavera Lleuque-INIA proviene de un cruzamiento efectuado el a o 1993 por el Programa Nacional de Trigo del Instituto de Investigaciones Agropecuarias INIA en el Centro Regional de Investigación La Platina, Santiago, Chile. Es un trigo con hábito de crecimiento erecto al estado de plántula, la planta adulta es de altura mediana y varía entre 80 y 90 cm. La espiga es de tama o medio, compacta, de color blanco, presenta barbas largas de color blanquizco en toda su extensión. El grano es de tama o grande, de forma alargada, color amarillo dorado y vítreo. Sembrado a mediados de agosto en el Campo Experimental Santa Rosa (36°31’ S; 71°54’ O), Chillán, la emisión de espigas ocurre entre los 89 y 91 días después de la siembra, siendo entre 6 a 8 días más tardío que ‘Llareta-INIA’ y ‘Corcolén-INIA’. En La Platina ‘Lleuque-INIA’ tuvo un rendimiento medio 16,7% y 20,8% superior a la vars. Llareta-INIA y Corcolén-INIA, respectivamente; en la localidad de Chillán este rendimiento fue superior en 10,3% y 10,1%, respectivamente; por otro lado en Yungay, precordillera de uble, el rendimiento de ‘Lleu
OPALA-INIA, NUEVA VARIEDAD DE TRIGO DE PRIMAVERA PARA LA ZONA CENTRO-SUR DE CHILE
Mellado Z.,Mario; Madariaga B.,Ricardo; Granger Z.,Denise;
Agricultura Técnica , 2000, DOI: 10.4067/S0365-28072000000400009
Abstract: opala-inia is a spring bread wheat (triticum aestivum l.) cultivar released by the wheat project at quilamapu regional research center, national agricultural research institute (inia), chillán, developed from advanced material received from cimmyt in 1991. it has been included in yield trials since 1994. it is a semi-dwarf wheat, 85 - 95 cm plant height, resistant to puccinia striiformis and puccinia recondita. in trials its grain yield has varied between 7 and 11 t ha-1. the quality index classified this variety for direct use in bread making
PANDORA - INIA, NUEVO CULTIVAR DE TRIGO HARINERO DE PRIMAVERA PARA CHILE
Mellado Z.,Mario; Madariaga B.,Ricardo;
Agricultura Técnica , 2003, DOI: 10.4067/S0365-28072003000300011
Abstract: pandora - inia is a spring wheat (triticum aestivum l.) cultivar created by the wheat project at quilamapu regional research center of the national agricultural research institute (inia), chillán, chile, starting from a cross made in 1989. it is a semi-dwarf wheat with a plant height of 90 - 95 cm. the grain is brown and with an ovate shape. the spike is white and bearded. in trials its grain yield has varied between 7.5 and 10.8 t ha-1. the average bread volume, sedimentation value and grain protein were 722 cm3, 41.6 cm3, and 11.1% respectively, which classified this cultivar for direct use in bread making.
KUMPA-INIA: NUEVA VARIEDAD DE TRIGO INVERNAL PARA EL SUR DE CHILE Kumpa-INIA: New winter wheat variety for Southern Chile  [cached]
Claudio Jobet,Cristian Hewstone
Agricultura Técnica , 2003,
Abstract: Kumpa-INIA es una nueva variedad de trigo (Triticum aestivum L.) de invierno para pan, introducida por intercambio de germoplasma entre Nordsaat de Alemania y el Instituto de Investigaciones Agropecuarias (INIA) bajo el convenio con la Trigen Seed Services. Es el resultado de cinco temporadas de evaluación bajo las condiciones del sur de Chile. Kumpa-INIA es un trigo semienano de ciclo largo, con buena resistencia al polvillo estriado y oidio, moderadamente resistente al polvillo de la hoja y septoria. Su rendimiento promedio en ensayos en cinco temporadas fluctuó entre 4,74 y 15,26 t ha-1 en tres localidades de la zona sur. Tiene buena calidad panadera, con un buen valor de sedimentación (38,5) y buen volumen de pan (685 cm3). Kumpa-INIA is a new winter bread wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) variety derived from the exchange of germplasm between Nordsaat, Germany, and the Instituto de Investigaciones Agropecuarias (INIA) under the agreement with the Trigen Seed Services. It is the result of five years of evaluation under the conditions of Southern Chile. Kumpa-INIA is a semi dwarf, long period wheat, with good resistance to stripe rust and powdery mildew, moderately resistant to leaf rust and septoria leaf blotch. Its mean yield for five seasons varied between 4.74 and 15.26 t ha-1 in three locations in the southern zone. It has good quality for baking, with a good sedimentation value (38.5) and good bread volume (685 cm3).
Rupanco - INIA: Una nueva variedad de trigo alternativoa de pan Rupanco-INIA: a new alternative bread wheat cultivar  [cached]
Cristian Hewstone M.,Claudio Jobet F.
Agricultura Técnica , 2005,
Abstract: Rupanco-INIA es una nueva variedad de trigo (Triticum aestivum L.) alternativo creada por el Proyecto de Mejoramiento de Trigo del Centro Regional de Investigación Carillanca, del Instituto de Investigaciones Agropecuarias (INIA). La cruza fue: X-101,2 Alt. 94B/ X-104 Alt. 94M. Su pedigrí es TG-688-t-1t-2t y su denominación interna en el Proyecto es Temu 2618-00. Rupanco-INIA tiene un hábito de desarrollo alternativo y una ca a corta, con un promedio de 93 cm de alto. Posee espiga semicompacta, con barbas, y corrientemente presenta cierto grado de melanosis. El grano es semiduro, rojo, con un promedio de peso de 1000 granos de 39 g, 79,4 kg de peso de hectolitro, 12,7% de proteína y 886 cm3 de volumen de pan, en ensayos efectuados en 2000 y 2001 desde Traiguén hasta Purranque. Es moderadamente resistente al ataque de polvillo estriado (Puccinia striiformis West. f. sp. tritici) y polvillo de la hoja (Puccinia triticina Erikss.). Su rendimiento fue alto, con un promedio de 9,79 t ha-1, en tres a os de ensayos en cuatro localidades. Rupanco-INIA is a new alternative bread wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) cultivar released by the Wheat Breeding Project at Carillanca Research Center of the National Institute of Agricultural Research (INIA). The cross was: X-101,2 Alt.94B/X-104 Alt.94M. The pedigree is TG-688-t-1t-2t, and its internal name in the Project is Temu 2618-00. Rupanco-INIA has a facultative growth habit and short straw, with a mean height of 93 cm. The spike is semi-compact, awned, and usually shows some brown necrosis. The grain is semi-hard, red, with a 1000 grain weight of 39 g, 79.4 kg hectoliter weight, 12.7% protein percentage, and 886 cm3 bread volume. It is moderately resistant to stripe rust (Puccinia striiformis West. f. sp. tritici) and leaf rust (Puccinia triticina Erikss.). Its yield was high, with a mean of 9.79 t ha-1 in three years of trials at four locations.
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