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  1. Vol. 50 No. 5, p. 271-275
    Received: Nov 8, 1957

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Effect of Delayed Harvest on Quality of Soft Red Winter Wheat1

  1. Mart Pool,
  2. Fred L. Patterson and
  3. C. E. Bode2



Soft red winter wheats decreased significantly in test weight, increased significantly in kernel softness, and increased in amount of fine flour produced during milling of samples obtained over a delayed harvest period of about 45 days. Protein and ash percentages were unchanged. Small changes occurred in flour viscosities, dough miring characteristics and in cookie size and top grain.

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