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Progress on the hybridization of cultivated lentil Lens culinaris Medik. and wild species Lens tomentosus Ladizinsky
The domestication of lentil has produced bottleneck effects resulting in a narrow genetic basis which has resulted in reduced levels of resistance to biotic and abiotic stresses relative to its wild relatives. Phenotypic ...
The future of red lentils in Canada
Lentil is the fifth largest grain legume crop in the world after bean, pea, chickpea and fababean. The major producers are India (domestic consumption), Turkey (export) and Canada (export). Most of the lentils produced in ...
The chickpea crop in 1998
New Ascochyta resistant lentil varieties
Ascochyta blight, caused by the fungus Ascochyta babae f.sp. L. is the most important lentil disease in Saskatchewan. Laird lentil is grown on 70 to 80% of the lentil area in Saskatchewan. It has extra large seeds that ...