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New faba bean in a class of its own A unique and superior new faba bean variety developed for production in southern Australia is expected to appeal to the major Egyptian market due to its large size and quality characteristics... Developed by the Pulse Breeding Australia (PBA) faba bean breeding program, led by the University of Adelaide, PBA Rana represents a new grain quality category for Australian faba bean production... The seed of PBA Rana is larger than current faba bean varieties and no other major faba bean exporter is producing a bean of comparable size and quality...
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Catalogue: GRDC Media
New faba bean in a class of its own A unique and superior new faba bean variety developed for production in southern Australia is expected to appeal to the major Egyptian market due to its large size and quality characteristics... Developed by the Pulse Breeding Australia (PBA) faba bean breeding program, led by the University of Adelaide, PBA Rana represents a new grain quality category for Australian faba bean production... The seed of PBA Rana is larger than current faba bean varieties and no other major faba bean exporter is producing a bean of comparable size and quality...
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Pulse breeders and pulse research agronomists from across Australia working with Pulse Breeding Australia (PBA) have developed and tested three new varieties that may soon find a place as valuable cash crops within growers' systems... Dr Kedar Adhikari, program leader and grain legume breeder at the University of Sydney, says PBA Nasma is well adapted to northern NSW where it has out-yielded PBA Warda by three to five per cent in dryland and irrigated trials... In terms of seed size, Dr Adhikari says PBA Nasma is the largest of the northern faba bean varieties...
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Pulse breeders and pulse research agronomists from across Australia working with Pulse Breeding Australia (PBA) have developed and tested three new varieties that may soon find a place as valuable cash crops within growers' systems... Dr Kedar Adhikari, program leader and grain legume breeder at the University of Sydney, says PBA Nasma is well adapted to northern NSW where it has out-yielded PBA Warda by three to five per cent in dryland and irrigated trials... In terms of seed size, Dr Adhikari says PBA Nasma is the largest of the northern faba bean varieties...
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GRDC and growers welcome new faba bean.. Mr Clark says PBA Warda is the result of a targeted, GRDC-funded pulse breeding program which has produced an early flowering and maturing faba bean adapted to northern NSW and southern Queensland growing conditions. ".. It is moderately resistant (MR-R) to rust, has a high level of tolerance to bean leafroll virus (BLRV) and produces bigger seed that is more uniform than Doza ," Mr Clark said...
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Catalogue: GRDC Media
New faba bean in a class of its own A unique and superior new faba bean variety developed for production in southern Australia is expected to appeal to the major Egyptian market due to its large size and quality characteristics... Developed by the Pulse Breeding Australia (PBA) faba bean breeding program, led by the University of Adelaide, PBA Rana represents a new grain quality category for Australian faba bean production... The seed of PBA Rana is larger than current faba bean varieties and no other major faba bean exporter is producing a bean of comparable size and quality...
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