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Quinua Altiplano

Variedad con granos de buena calidad para consumo nacional, agroindustria y exportación. La producción de quinua en el Perú se concentra principalmente en el altiplano y los valles interandinos, con tendencia creciente del cultivo en la costa por sus características agroclimáticas favorables para la producción.

- ADAPTACIÓN

Zona agroecológica circunlacustre y suni del altiplano puneño entre los 3800 y 3950 msnm, con clima semi seco frio, precipitación pluvial de 400 a 560 mm, con temperaturas de 6° a 17°C, en suelos de textura franco y franco arenoso con pH de 5,5 a 7,8. Actualmente se cultiva en costa.

- PRINCIPALES USOS

Consumo tradicional: Sopas, ensaladas (hojas), guisos, postres y bebidas. Agroindustria : Perlada, laminada, molienda, fideos.

DESCRIPCIÓN MORFOLÓGICA

Tipo de Crecimiento : Herbáceo Hábito de crecimiento : Simple Ciclo Vegetativo : 150 días (para el altiplano) : 120 Dias (para la costa) Altura de planta : 1,50 m Rendimiento promedio de grano : 3,00 t/ha

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