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Comparison of Quality of Hard Red Winter and Hard Red Spring Wheat Quality Grown in North Dakota

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Title: Comparison of Quality of Hard Red Winter and Hard Red Spring Wheat Quality Grown in North Dakota
Author: Matthiensen, C.; Olson, T. C.; Banasik, O. J.; D'Appolonia, B.L.
Description: In 1984, North and South Dakota and Montana produced 95% of hard red wheat in the US. It's planting was on the increase in North Dakota. Due to it's increased planting in North Dakota, the need to access the quality of product was of concern. The sampling, methods, results and discussion are given. Under results and discussion, grading information, flour data, physical dough properties and baking properties are the content. Hard red wheat scored higher on kernel weight, moisture, flour extraction. On winter wheat North Dakota scored lower than other districts on these and had lower flour protein contents, wet gluten and had reduced mixing properties.
Date: 1985
Subject: Wheat
Permalink: http://hdl.handle.net/10365/5959

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