Seed breeding: HR Smolice
- very high yielding potential: 2nd place in the grain yield among the studied varieties in 2015-2017 by COBORU
- good resistance to yellow rust, stem base diseases and mildew
- high SDS sedimentation rate
- high falling number and amount of gluten
- high mass of 1000 grains
- good lodging resistance in the milk maturity phase and before harvest
- Pointless, medium-length, medium-dense ear, pyramidal, with a strong wax coating red grain
- short straw (80 cm) with a strong wax coating and good resistance
The most important agricultural and utility features:
- Heading date * 163 quite late
- Waxy maturity * 212 average
- Plant height 87 cm quite low
- Lodging resistance 7.2 average
- Grain growth resistance 5 medium
- Response to soil acidification 4 low to medium
- MTZ (g) 43-45
- quite high
- Quality class A
- Grain uniformity> 2.5 mm 77% medium
- Tested grain density 5 at the level of varieties from the national register
- Gluten content 8 very high
- Protein content 7 high
- Grain vitreousness 7 at the level of varieties from the national register
- Sedimentation index 8 very high
- 8 flour yield very high
- Bread volume 7 high
- Flour 8 water absorption very high
- Falling number 8 very high
- Softening the dough 7 high
- Work of deformation 7 high
- Stalk base diseases 8.0 very high
- Powdery mildew, 8.3 very high
- Brown rust 8.1 high
- Brown leaf spot 7.4 high
- Leaf septoriosis 7.0 high
- Chaff septoriosis 7.3 high
- Fusariosis of the ears 7.7 high
- Yellow rust 8.6 very high
Jarlanka, due to its good resistance to fungal diseases, can be successfully grown using the full and basic cultivation technology.
The variety is very good and yields well in very good wheat and rye complex soils. The highest yields are obtained after forecrops such as: root crops, maize, and perennial beans. The worst forecrops are cereals, with the exception of oats.
The timing of sowing largely determines the size of future crops, so spring wheat should be sown as early as possible, as soon as the moisture conditions allow it to enter the field.
Sowing depth - about 3 cm, sowing density 500-550 grains / m2, i.e. 230-250 kg / ha.
When selecting the right dose of mineral fertilization, it is important to know the soil's abundance of basic components and the amount of the expected grain yield. Depending on this, phosphorus-potassium fertilization is at the level of 50 - 80 kg / ha P2O5 and 40 - 100 kg / ha K2O.
Nitrogen fertilization in the amount of 60-120 kg / ha N should be applied in two dates: the first dose (50-60%) before sowing, and the second one during the shooting at the stalk.
The second dose can be decomposed and applied in liquid form, as a urea solution, using up to 25 kg N / ha in 300 l of water.
In the case of intensive nitrogen fertilization, it is advisable to use growth regulators.