Darya is a soft spring wheat variety pertaining to the cereals. Darya wheat was developed by Stanislav Grib, Belarusian breeder, triticale laboratory chief researcher at the Scientific and Practical Centre of the National Academy of Sciences of Belarus for Arable Farming, PhD in Agriculture.
Originator: Republican Scientific and Research Unitary Enterprise “Institute of Arable Farming and Plant Breeding of the National Academy of Sciences of Belarus”. Breeding record: G-18(81.1.2 х Belarusian 80). Registered on the State Registry for the Central Region (3) and Central Black Earth Region (5). Recommended for cultivation in Bryansk, Vladimir, Ivanovo, Kaluga, Tula, Kursk, Voronezh and Oryol regions.
Lutescens variety. Erect/semi-erect tuft. Weak straw. Very heavy wax coating on the upper internodes of the culm. Heavy/very heavy wax coating on the sheath and the flag leaf blade. Pyramidal medium-density white head. Rounded medium-width shoulder. Slightly curved beaks of medium length. Ovoid coloured grain with a pappus of medium length. Weight of 1000 grains is 33-38 g.
The average yield in the Central Region and Central Black Earth Region is 3000 to 3500 kg per hectare which is 390 kg above the average standard. The average yield in the Vladimir Region is 1550 kg/ha which is 730 kg above the Lada standard. The average yield in the Oryol Region is 4850 kg/ha which is 680 kg/ha above the average standard. The maximum yield at 7260 kg/ha was obtained in 2005 in the Lipetsk Region.
Mid-season, vegetative period 85-95 days, ripening simultaneously with Prokhorovka and Lada references. Resistance to lodging, exceeds the specified standards by 0.6 - 1.0 points.
Moderately affected by powdery mildew; moderately susceptible to Septoria, brown rust, loose and stinking smut.
Valuable wheat in terms of grain quality.
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