; Spring Wheat, South London, 2010 - Brockwell Bake
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Japhet, just turned, lodged a bit - survey 20/7/10 (123 days) 

Japhet on left a bit lodged - survey 20/7/10 (123 days) 

Red Marvel, English release of Japhet, 1902 

Red Marvel, much later than the Japhet which it was in France - survey 20/7/10 (123 days) canopy 105cm 

Red Marvel (with Swedish April Bearded leaning on it) - survey 20/7/10 (123 days) 

Talavera de Bellevue - Introduced from Spain to the UK around 1830 by Colonel Couteur of Jersey, one of earliest English wheat breeders Les meilleurs blés URL here. Fine very light grain, abundant tiller. 

Talavara de Bellevue, the famous first cultivar brought back from Spain by first UK wheat breeder, Colonel Le Couteur - just turning - survey 20/7/10 (123 days) canopy 95cm 

Name would indicate a French Vilmorin/INRA accession to JIC collection but with an English origin, but then possibly derived Red Danzig according to Les meilleurs blés 

Victoria Blanc de Mars AKA Blé de Caracas; blé de soixante-dix jours - clearly it isn’t 70 days any more! - survey 20/7/10 (123 days) some very very tall but too early to tell overall 

Victoria Blanc de Mars majority headed but not in ear yet! - survey 20/7/10 (123 days) 

Red Danzig, Wheat much imported from the Baltic Hanseatic port of Danzig (now Gdansk) and therefore tried in UK a lot around the 1830s  

Red Danzig, only just coming into ear, plants looking green but quite a bit of deformation of flag leaf and therefore ears sometimes (heat stress or wire worm?) - survey 20/7/10 (123 days) canopy too early to tell 

Red Danzig, only just coming into ear, plants looking green but quite a bit of deformation of flag leaf and therefore ears sometimes (heat stress or wire worm?) - survey 20/7/10 (123 days) canopy too early to tell 

Red Danzig, some malformation on top of ears - survey 20/7/10 (123 days) 

Marsters A1 Selection by Marsters of Norfolk from Vilmorin’s Ble des Allies - introduced 1921, some black point showing 
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