Scientific Journal of Crop Science <p>Scientific Journal of Crop Science (SJCS)is an international peer-reviewed scientific journal publishes the original research on all aspects of crop sciences. Scope of the journal includes: crop agronomy, production, genetics and breeding, germplasm, crop protection, soil sciences, postharvest systems and utilization, agroforestry, crop-animal interactions, environmental issues and agricultural information.</p> Sjournals en-US Scientific Journal of Crop Science 2322-1690 Selection works on oilseed safflower in Krasnovodopad breeding experimental station <p>The article presents data on safflower breeding at the Krasnovodopad breeding station. Safflower is adapted to the conditions of a sharply continental climate and is one of the most drought-resistant plants in terms of its demand for moisture. This is due to the high concentration of cell sap and, as a result, economically consumes soil moisture. However, during the seed germination period, a sufficient amount of moisture in the soil is required. One of the main issues of safflower breeding, which largely determines the success of breeding work, is the organization and use of collection material. The studied materials are 280 numbers and varieties of safflower from XI, PSI, KP and Collection. 43 rooms with high productivity and relative resistance to ramularosis were selected.</p> Murat Zhamalbekov Nurbakyt Orazaliyev Diana Abdukarim Gulmira Eshimbetova Aidos Mussabekov Orynbasar Alshynbayev Karlygash Polatbekova Copyright (c) 2022 Murat Zhamalbekov, Nurbakyt Orazaliyev, Diana Abdukarim, Gulmira Eshimbetova, Aidos Mussabekov, Orynbasar Alshynbayev, Karlygash Polatbekova 2022-01-20 2022-01-20 11 1 507 514 Chickpea breeding in the Dry aries region of southern Kazakhstan <p>This article describes the state of modern chickpea breeding in the fields that conduct chickpea breeding at the Krasnovodopadskaya agricultural experimental station. Research samples of chickpeas from ICARDA at all breeding stages, samples with productivity higher than standard were selected. Selection and valuable traits were revealed when growing collection samples of chickpeas exposed for research in the following stages. Currently, there is a protein shortage in Kazakhstan to overcome this situation, it is important to identify new varieties of chickpeas that give more yield for the further development of the agricultural industry. Studying the samples of chickpea culture, the article identified samples for various economically valuable traits.</p> Nurbakyt Orazaliyev Murat Zhamalbekov Aidos Mussabekov Orynbasar Alshynbayev Copyright (c) 2022 Nurbakyt Orazaliyev, Murat Zhamalbekov, Aidos Mussabekov, Orynbasar Alshynbayev 2022-01-18 2022-01-18 11 1 501 506