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Spring Wheat, South London, 2010 > page 5  

One of the corner stones of the French seed merchant firm of Vilmorin’s wheat breeding (and therefore modern wheat), reportedly introduced to France (Gers Region) around 1830 maybe from Odessa Les meilleurs blés URL here 

Ile de Noe - the big Vilmorin early cultivar - flowering - survey 20/7/10 (123 days) canopy 78cm 

Ile de Noe - the big Vilmorin early cultivar - flowering - survey 20/7/10 (123 days) 

Atle, Swedish cross Extra Kolben 2*Saxo popular in the UK in the 1960’s - good bread making 

Swedish origin Atle, popular in 1950s in UK - its got rust bad - survey 20/7/10 (123 days) canopy 105cm 

Swedish origin Atle, popular in 1950s in UK - its got rust bad - survey 20/7/10 (123 days) 

Swedish origin Atle, popular in 1950s in UK - its got rust bad - survey 20/7/10 (123 days) 

Atle, rust - survey 20/7/10 (123 days) 

Atle, rust - survey 20/7/10 (123 days) 

Atle, rust - survey 20/7/10 (123 days) 

Cross of the old Spring wheat "April Bearded" and one of the most successful bread making varieties of the early 20th C "Yeoman" 

Meteor - survey 20/7/10 (123 days) canopy 120cm 

Meteor (Yeoman/April Bearded cross) - survey 20/7/10 (123 days)canopy 120cm 

AC Barrie - miserable sized ears - survey 20/7/10 (120 days) 

Miserable AC Barrie - survey 20/7/10 (123 days) canopy 57cm 
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