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The year of registration in the Plant Variety Register of Ukraine - 2008.
Originator – Plant Production Institute nd. a V.Ya. Yuryev of NAAS..
Varietal features. Variety – contecstum (linked), subvariety – vulgare.
The sort is leafless, semi-dwarf. The stem is typical, the plant height is 65–80 cm, there are 12–14 internodes before the first inflorescence. Flowers are white, there are 2 flowers on the floriferous shoot; the legume is shelling, cylindrical, with blunt top, moderately large. The average number of seeds per legume is 4–5, the maximum number is 7. Seeds are white-pink, rounded with smooth surface and white raphe, uniform.
Economic features. The sort is grown for grain, mid-ripening. The growing season length is 75–78 days. Mass of 1,000 seeds is 260–280 г. Protein content in seeds is 21–22 %. The sort is drought resistant, lodging resistant and suitable for straight-cutting.
In 2005 in the state variety trial the highest yield capacity (6.0 t/ha and 5.92 t/ha) was obtained in forest-steppe zone at Belotserkovskaya State Variety Station of RDE Yuzhnyy and in woodlands zone at Rovensky State Center of Plant Variety Expertise, respectively. In 2008 at Vilnyanskaya State Variety Station in Zaporozhskaya region 3.6 t/ha were obtained, in the demonstration trail of LLC Sativa (Belgorodsky district, the Russian federation) 4.6 t/ha were obtained. In the steppe Crimea for the period of 2007-2010 the yield capacity was 2.19 t/ha, the maximum yield capacity (3.59 t/ha ) was obtained in 2010. In 2009 the Farm Firm Niva (Nosovsky district of Chernigovskaya) obtained 3.98 t/ha. In 2010 in the demonstration trail of Khmelnitsky Agroindustry Institute the yield capacity of 3.85 t/ha was obtained.
In 2012 at the commercial farm unit of the Trade and Production Company Intercenter-Lux (Slobodzeysky district, the Moldovan Transdniestrian Republic) the yield capacity of 2.77 t/ha was obtained.
Under on-the-farm conditions in 2012 at JLLC Peremoga in Fastovsky district of Kiyevskaya region the yield capacity of 5.00 t/ha was obtained.
Author’s certificate No 0841, patent No 08202.

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