ANALYSIS THE GENERAL CHARACTERISTICS AND GRAIN QUALITY OF SEVERAL VARIETIES OF IRAQ WHEAT (TRITICUM AESTIVUM L.)
According to the totality of the quantitative characteristics of the elements of productivity, all 12 Iraqi varieties of soft wheat when reproduced in the non-Black Earth Region of the Russian Federation are classified as productive varieties. However, the results of a comparative study of 12 varieties of soft wheat do not provide a basis for isolating varieties on the basis of the characteristics of the elements of productivity due to insignificant differences in these characteristics, as well as member. A significant variety of Iraqi varieties has been identified in terms of gluten content and quality. 9 varieties of soft wheat from 12 are distinguished by a high content of gluten Ranging from (28,6 to 52,0%). Among them, three varieties combine this property with high quality gluten, (Alrashid, Tamuz-3 and Sabirbeg). There are also three introduced selection varieties with a low gluten content of Ibaa-99 (22,1%), Tahadi (25,5%) and Ibaa-95 (25,6%) which is obviously related to the national specifics of consumer requirements to the grain.