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Standards agreed on (22.09.2007). Nordic region (Estonia, Sweden): Belinda (SW): represents the mid-late varieties in this region; currently the main variety in Sweden, Norway, Finland, also listed in the Baltic countries.

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Standards agreed on 22 09 2007

Standards agreed on (22.09.2007)

Nordic region (Estonia, Sweden):

Belinda (SW): represents the mid-late varieties in this region;

currently the main variety in Sweden, Norway, Finland,

also listed in the Baltic countries.

Jaak (Jogeva): One of the Estonian latest-bred varieties, 2-3 days earlier than the other Estonian

a very early variety would be the Norwegian Leila

Western Europe (France):

Auteuil: most cultivated spring cultivar in France,

was already standard in the previous project

Evora: second most cultivated winter cultivar in France,


Standards agreed on 22 09 2007

Standards agreed on (22.09.2007)

Central Europe (Czech Republic, Germany, Poland):

Ivory: has been reported to accumulate less DON because of low hull content.

Krezus:

Saul: naked variety with lower fat

South Europe (Italy):

Argentina most cultivated in past

Genziana very new variety

South East Europe (Bulgaria, Romania):

Mures

Mina: naked cultivar


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