RIVET WHEAT

- triticum turgidum -

RIVET WHEAT

- Triticum turgidum -

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General information

Name: Rivet wheat

Latin name: Triticum turgidum turgidum

Appearance: Long straw and spike

Biophysical environment

Soil type: Silty/clayey

Climate type: Same as durum wheat, mild climatee, can grow in cold temperature

Topography: Foot hills / mountains

Environmental Tolerance

Drought tolerance: High

Disease resistance and mycotoxins: High

Freeze tolerance: High

Weed Competition: High

Processing information

Destination: Flour, semolina, pasta

Interest in short chains: Yes, allows to compensate low yields

Organoleptic quality: High

Nutritional value: Rich in minerals and vitamin, low gluten, more digest than wheat

Other use and co-products: 

Other

Particular Restrictions: Even if the straw is thick there is a high risk of lodging if there is to much nitrogen

Ethnobotanical Information

Mainly used in the 19th century for pasta in auvergne (plaine de la limagne), also used in bread and biscuits for its perfumed flavor. Less used since 20th century with the arrival of modern wheat with better yields.

Varieties of interest

Poulard d'Auvergne

General information

Name: Poulard d’Auvergne

Kind of cultivar: Landrace

Characteristics of interest: Most used rivet, used in Auvergne (France), good processing and organolptic qualities, good density and ground coverage.

Registered in the offical catalogue: No

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Biophysical environment

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Environmental Tolerance

Drought tolerance:

Disease resistance and mycotoxin: Medium

Weed Competition: High

Agronomic characteristics

Sowing period: 

Earliness at flowering: Medium to early

Earliness at maturity: Medium to early

Harvest period:

Nitrogen requirements:

Yield level compared to species average: Medium

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Interest in short chains:

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Ethnobotanical information

Poulard d'Australie

General information

Name: Pourlard d’Australie

Type de cultivar: Landrace

Characteristics of interest: Best yields, high thousand kernel weight, less sensible to lodging thant others

Registered in the offical catalogue: No

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Biophysical environment

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Environmental Tolerance

Drought tolerance:

Disease resistance and mycotoxin: High

Weed Competition: Medium

Agronomic characteristics

Sowing period:

Earliness at flowering: Late

Earliness at maturity:Late

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Nitrogen requirements:

Yield level compared to species average: High

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Ethnobotanical information

Pétanielle noire de NIce

General information

Name: Pétanielle noire de Nice

Kind of cultivar: Landrace

Characteristics of interest: Best yields, a lot of grains per spike

Registered in the offical catalogue: No

Appearance: Highest variety

Biophysical environment

Soil type:

Climate type:

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Environmental Tolerance

Drought tolerance:

Disease resistance and mycotoxin: Medium

Weed Competition: High

Agronomic characteristics

Sowing period: 

Earliness at flowering: Early

Earliness at maturity: Early

Harvest period:

Nitrogen requirements:

Yield level compared to species average: High

Processing Information:

Destination: 

Interest in short chains:

Nutritional value:

Ethnobotanical information

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