2 edition of Performance of commercial corn hybrids in Illinois, 1972 found in the catalog.
by University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, College of Agriculture, Cooperative Extension Service in Urbana, Ill
Written in English
|Statement||G.L. Ross, J.F. Duncan, D.W. Graffis|
|Series||Circular (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Cooperative Extension Service) -- 1072, Circular (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Cooperative Extension Service) -- 1072.|
|Contributions||Graffis, Don W., Duncan, J. F.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||23 p. :|
|Number of Pages||23|
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Seed companies in the business of developing new sweet corn hybrids have taken note. For instance, Illinois Foundation Seeds, Inc. is testing processing hybrids at 27, plants per acre in Illinois plants per acre in Wisconsin. soybean acres in Illinois are planted from MG II, III, or IV, with a few MG I and V varieties grown in the northern and southern ends of the state, respectively. For specific performance data on both public and private varieties, consult the latest issue of Performance of Commercial Soybeans in Illinois, or visit the website at i.
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Abstract: A report is provided on tests of commercial hybrids hybrids Subject Category: Organism Groups see more details at ten : E. Leng, G. Ross. C-5 CONTENTS TESTPROGRAM 4 PERFORMANCEDATA 4 SUGGESTIONSFORCOMPARINGHYBRIDS 4 GROWINGCONDITIONS 5 TESTFIELDS 5 SOURCESOFSEED 7 RESULTSOFVARIETYTESTS Woodstock 9 DeKalb 11 Elwood 15 Monmouth 18 Kilbourne(Irrigated) 23 Urbane PERFORMANCE OF COMMERCIAL CORN HYBRIDS IN ILLINOIS, THIS CIRCULAR brings you up-to-date, unbiased information on corn hybrids in Illinois.
To get top yields you need first-rate hy brids. This report will help you choose your hybrids. Each year, producers of corn hybrids in Illinois and surrounding states are invited to enter hybrids in the Illinois performance trials.
Financing is provided thru entry fees. Entrants are required to enter their corn hybrids regionally at a fee of $ for each corn hybrid entered in a region or $90 per hybrid for the corn following corn tests.
PERFORMANCE OF COMMERCIAL CORN HYBRIDS IN ILLINOIS, T HIS CIRCULAR brings you up-to-date, unbiased information on corn hybrids in Illinois. To get top yields you need first-rate hy brids.
This report will help you choose your hybrids. It includes mea surements of yield per acre, percent moisture at harvest, percent erect. Each year, producers of corn and sorghum hybrids in Illinois and surrounding states are invited to enter hybrids in the Illinois performance trials.
Financing is provided thru entry fees. Entrants are required to enter their corn hybrids regionally at a fee of $ for each corn hybrid ente red in a r egion or $80 per hy brid fo r t he R oundu. December, p. . The Corn Revolution Is Now.
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(Earl Reece), ; Ross, G. (Gerald Lee) Publication date Topics Corn -- Illinois Field experiments, Corn -- Illinois Varieties Publisher Urbana, Ill.: University of Illinois, Agricultural Experiment Station Collection. Errata sheet inserted. performance of commercial corn hybrids in Illinois Welcome to the IDEALS Repository.
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XR (YW/ 72d) is an early yellow hybrid with improved plant habit and yield compared to other early processing varieties in the market. Good sweetness and kernel recovery make XR a perfect choice for the early segment. Features: Good seedling vigor; Consistent yield performance across different environments and conditions.
BioRise™ Corn Offering is the on-seed application of either BioRise™ ST or the separately registered seed applied products Acceleron® B SAT and BioRise™ ST.
BioRise™ Corn Offering is included seamlessly across offerings on all class of, and products. Some scores may change after harvest. Scores represent an average of performance data across areas of adaptation, multiple growing conditions, and a wide range of both climate and soil types, and may not predict future results.
All products within a hybrid family receive the same score unless observations indicate a significant difference. Each year, all producers of hybrid seed corn in Illinois and surrounding states are invited to nominate hybrids for testing in the Illinois performance trials.
The Illinois Station charges a fee for testing each hybrid. Usually, these hybrids are being sold in commercial quantities, but occasionally seed companies will enter ex. CROP SCIENCE, VOL. 49, NOVEMBER–DECEMBER Development of Inbreds and Hybrids at PHBI Duvick’s () results provide the most pertinent data on fi nished inbred yields predicting hybrid corn yields because we are primarily interested in commercial corn hybrid yields.
For this reason, we provide a brief descrip. Illinois Testsof CORN HYBRIDS InWide Use (bulletin UNIVERSITYOFILLINOIS AGRICULTURALEXPERIMENTSTATIONincooperationwith ILLINOISSTATENATURALHISTORYV^^SURVEY.Additional Physical Format: Print version: performance of experimental corn hybrids in Illinois.
Urbana, Ill.: University of Illinois Agricultural Experiment Station, History of the US Hybrid Corn Seed Industry Thomas Hoegemeyer, University of Nebraska-Lincoln The history of the US corn seed industry is inseparable from the history of plant genetics and breeding. It was clear to late 19th and early 20th century scientists that Mendel’s discoveries were of .