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Registration of 'NE01481' hard red winter wheat

Baenziger, P. S., Graybosch, R. A., Regassa, T., Nelson, L. A., Klein, R. N., Santra, D. K., Baltensperger, D. D., Xu, L., Wegulo, S. N., Jin, Y., Kolmer, J., Chen, Ming-Shun, Bai, Guihua
Journal of Plant Registrations 2012 v.6 no.1 pp. 49-53
Agricultural Research Service, High Plains virus, Triticum aestivum, agricultural experiment stations, agronomic traits, breeding methods, cooperatives, cultivars, disease resistance, grain yield, growers, hard red winter wheat, pedigree, production technology, universities, Nebraska, Oklahoma
'NE01481' (Reg. No. PI 659689) hard red winter wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) was developed cooperatively by the Nebraska Agricultural Experiment Station and the USDA-ARS and released in April, 2010. Nebraska wheat growers, in addition to superior agronomic performance, would like to have increased resistance to wheat soilborne mosaic virus. NE01481 was selected from the cross NE92458/Ike that was made in 1995. The pedigree of NE92458 is OK83201/’Redland’ and the pedigree of OK83201, an experimental line developed by Oklahoma State University is ‘Vona’ //’Chisholm’/’Plainsman V’. NE01481 was selected using the bulk breeding method as an F3:4 line (F3-derived line in the F4 generation) in 1999, and in 2001 was assigned experimental line number NE01481. NE01481 was released because of its superior grain yield in rainfed wheat production systems in southeastern, south central, and south western NE and that it is first modern release from our program that is resistant to wheat soilborne mosaic virus.