Included in the State Register for the Middle Volga (7) and Ural (9) regions. Early ripe. The stem is cylindrical, thin. Height 150 cm, medium bushiness. Leaves are lanceolate, succulent, 40-60 cm long, 2.0-3.5 cm wide. The panicle is spreading, loose, 20-35 cm long, reddish-brown before ripening. Spikelets are rhomboid. Spikelet scales are weakly pubescent, color from light brown to black. Seeds are membranous, oval-round, color from light yellow to light brown. The average seed yield is at the level of the average standard. Average yield of absolutely dry matter at the standard level. To a moderate extent, it was affected by red bacterial spot.
Variety Kinelskaya 100 was bred by mass selection from hybrid material obtained from interspecific crossing of early maturing forms of Sudanese grass and sugar sorghum. Botanical characteristics: green shoots. Plants 145-184 cm high, strongly bushy (3 to 28 aerial shoots per plant). Leaves are light and tender (4-6 pieces), relatively short, narrow (2-3 cm), drooping. Panicle 28-32 cm long, erect, loosely spreading or single-maned. The grain is filmy. The mass of 1000 grains is 14-14.5 g. Biological characteristics: the variety is fruitful. Designed for use on hay, haylage, green forage. At the Kinelskaya selection station, on average for three years, the yield of the Sudanese grass Kinelskaya 100 was: green mass – 262.8, hay – 71.4, seeds – 16.2 centners / ha. The forage quality of the green mass is high. The dry matter contains 14-16% protein and 39-44% nitrogen-free extractives. The sugar content in the green mass is 12.9-14.3%.
Main advantages: it has a high productivity potential: up to 35 t / ha of green mass, 8.5 t / ha of hay, 2.2 t / ha of seeds. The forage quality of the green mass is high. In terms of productivity and quality of feed, it occupies one of the first places among annual cereal grasses, and is an insurance crop in severely dry years. Competitiveness: the variety is included in the State Register of Breeding Achievements, approved for use since 1983 in the Central Black Earth, Middle Volga, Ural, West Siberian, East Siberian and Far Eastern regions of the Russian Federation. Commercial value: Sudanese grass Kinelskaya 100, successfully combining early maturity and high yield, is of interest for widespread use.
Included in the State Register for the Lower Volga (8) and Ural (9) regions. Early ripe. The stem is dry, 8-10 mm thick, 180-220 cm high. The bush is average. Leaves are dry, 48-50 cm long, 2.5-2.8 cm wide. Panicle is pyramidal, spreading, 30-35 cm long. Spikelets are lanceolate. Spikelet scales are chestnut-black. Seeds are elliptical, light brown, scarious. Over the years of testing, the average yield of absolutely dry matter in the Lower Volga region amounted to 49.4 c / ha (on dry land). In the Saratov region, with a yield of 54.6 c / ha, the Saratov 1183 standard exceeded the standard by 6.8 c / ha. In the Ural region, the average yield was 49.8 c / ha, 5.4 c / ha higher than the average standard. Bacterial red spot was affected from mild to moderate.
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