عنوان مقاله [English]
In Orzuiyeh city (one of Kerman province's warm regions), wheat is primarily sown for the production of bread using the Chamran cultivar and durum wheat using the Yavaros cultivar. As a result of the introduction of new cultivars, it is necessary to introduce additional cultivars to farmers if they outperform the conventional cultivars. The yield of eleven wheat varieties (Chamran, Shoosh, Parsi, Sivand, Sirvan, Chamran-2, Shabrang, Aflak, Behrang, Baharan, and Mehregan) was evaluated in the hot zone Orzuiyeh (Kerman province) using a randomized complete block design with three replications. The results indicated a positive correlation between grain yield, 1000-seed weight, and number of seed per spike. At the 1% level, the number of seeds per spike also showed a positive and significant correlation with the spike length. Additionally, Shabrang cultivar had the highest grain yield of 8.04 tons per hectare, Shabrang cultivar had an average of 57 seeds per spike, while Behrang cultivar had an average of 39 seeds per spike. On the other hand, Parsi and Aflak cultivars had the highest plant heights of 101.3 and 99.3 cm, respectively, while Behrang and Baharan cultivars had the lowest plant heights of 92 and 91.6 cm, respectively. According to the findings of this study, the Durum Shabrang cultivar should be used in place of the conventional Durum (Yavaros) cultivars. Additionally, it is suggested that Mehregan and Parsi be used in place of Chamran bread wheat cultivars in the province's warm southern regions.