Typical Correlation Analysis between Forage Type Triticale Production Performance and Different Pilot Ecological Factors

Jing Liu (School of Ecological Environment and Resource, Qinghai Nationalities University, Xining 810007, China)
Wen-jun Tuo (School of Ecological Environment and Resource, Qinghai Nationalities University, Xining 810007, China)
Wen-hua Du (College of Pratacultural Science, Gansu Agricultural University, Xining 730070, China)
Jiu-li Wang (School of Ecological Environment and Resource, Qinghai Nationalities University, Xining 810007, China)

Abstract


Domestic and foreign researches on triticale mainly focus on hereditary traits and excellent characteristics, but there are few reports on triticale yield and quality in the severe cold pastoral areas of Gansu and Qinghai. In this study, Gannong 2 triticale cultivars have been bred and planted in typical ecological areas according to the characteristics of different ecological regions. By studying the relationship between quality traits and various ecological factors, the effects of different ecological factors on the quality of Triticale hay have been clarified, which provides a reasonable basis for future triticale breeding and large-scale and targeted planting layout. The production performance and nutritional qualities of Triticale Trial in Maqu County, Gansu Province and Gannong No. 2 in Dulan County, Qinghai Province are obviously superior to other pilot sites. Through reasonable fertilization, the production performance and nutritional quality of triticale are the best. Triticale production performance is significantly related to climatic factors in different pilots. The most suitable planting area for Gannong 2 is Maqu County, Gansu Province.


Keywords


Triticale;Production performance;Nutritional qualities;Ecological factors

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.30564/jrb.v3i1.2861

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