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Performance of commercial corn hybrids in Illinois, 1978

by G. L. Ross

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Published by University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, College of Agriculture, Cooperative Extension Service in Urbana .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Statistics,
  • Field experiments,
  • Hybrid corn

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesIllinois agronomy handbook
    Statementprepared by G. L. Ross...[et. al.].
    SeriesCircular - University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, College of Agriculture, Cooperative Extension Service ; 1166, Circular (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Cooperative Extension Service) -- 1166
    The Physical Object
    Pagination34 p. :
    Number of Pages34
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25072815M
    OCLC/WorldCa4754199

    With properly chosen high-yielding commercial corn hybrids using state-of-the-art selection criteria and state-of-the-art BMPs, the SCCS resulted in yield levels considerably above US corn grain trend line yields (Nielsen, ) from seven different soils at 40–41°N latitude in the heart of the US Corn Belt, and on the predominant prairie Author: C. LeRoy Deichman. tolerant corn (MON × MON ), control corn, and conventional reference corn (Asgrow RX, Asgrow RX, DKC , DKC ) 1 MON Asgrow Asgrow Treatment Pooled LSD.

    PERFORMANCE OF CORN HYBRIDS IN o!/ Charles R. Grave~/ The medium-season state corn hybrid tests were conducted at seven locations, and full-season and early-maturing at four locations. Twenty-four new hybrids were evaluated at Knoxville. The test a~ Ames Plantation, Jackson and Milan were harvested with a picker-sheller. In , the average U.S. corn yield was estimated at 9, kg per ha ( bushels per acre), and U.S. corn production was million Mg ( billion bushels). These increases were caused by better hybrids, improved cultural practices, and biotechnology. Cited by:

    weather. Corn hybrids with strong stalks and extensive root systems can resist these diseases if they are planted on time, at recommended populations, and in soil with optimum fertility, and if weeds and insects are controlled. Harvest lodging percentages of many commercial hybrids appear in the Wisconsin Hybrid Corn Performance publications. IL Corn - Carole Drive, Bloomington, Illinois - Rated based on 25 Reviews "Illinois and corn belt forever. Agriculture drives the world"/5(25).


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Performance of commercial corn hybrids in Illinois, 1978 by G. L. Ross Download PDF EPUB FB2

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G?d>; /iX GLGc CPERFORMANCEOFCOMMERCIALCORNHYBRIDSINILLINOIS, (WithandListings) CornYieldsinIllinoisinareestimatedto averagebushelsperacre. 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 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 Size: KB. 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. 15M— — — cc PERFORMANCE OF COMMERCIAL CORN HYBRIDS IN ILLINOIS, (With and Listings) Test Program Selection of entries.

Each year, producers of hy- brid seed corn in Illinois and surrounding states are invited to enter hybrids in the Illinois performance trials. Full text of "Performance of commercial corn hybrids in Illinois, " See other formats XI B RARY OF THE UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS Ufcb AGRICULTURE BIRCULATING CHECK FOR UNBOUND CIRCULATING COPY 6M s r\ FE8 1 3 18S3 Performance of COMMERCIAL CORN HYBRIDS in Illinois, ASHKUM STANFORD^ By Earl R.

Leng G. Ross Location of test. URBANA, Ill. – University of Illinois corn breeder Martin Bohn has received a nearly $, grant from the USDA National Institute of Food and Agriculture to fund research that will improve breeding efficiency.

“We are going to use the maize genome with all its intricacies to make breeding faster, more efficient, and more predictive,” says Bohn, an associate professor in the.

Variation of protein and fat concentration among commercial corn hybrids grown in the Southeastern United States. Prod Agric.

Bullock, D. and P. Raymer. Growth, grain yield, and tissue mineral concentration of corn treated with ethephon. Agron J. Bullock, D. and L. Goodroad. The effect of sulfur. Corn 15 Corn hybrids grown in Illinois have planting-to-harvest GDD requirements ranging from 2, to 2, for early hybrids grown in the northern part of the state to 2, to 2, for late hybrids grown in the southernmost part of the state.

A full-season hybrid for a particular areaFile Size: 1MB. Their comments, which appear only in the Conference on Heterosis Book of Abstracts (CIMMYT, ), were the incentive for this paper.

Despite the use of potentially predictive databases and statistical procedures for estimating single cross performance, corn breeders must make thousands of crosses to find a few superior commercial hybrids. Reactions to these diseases vary among commercial sweet corn hybrids. Sincenearly 2, hybrids have been evaluated for disease reactions in nurseries at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.

Hybrids were classified as resistant (R), moderately resistant (MR), moderate (M), moderately susceptible (MS), and. modern maize hybrids. The development of hybrids, first double-cross and later single-cross hybrids, along with a transition to high input farming provided huge yield increases, which have continued to improve with improving technology.

Increase in maize production also causeda rise in Western corn Rootworm (Diabrotica virgifera Author: Jon Derek Pruitt. •B73 hybrids, especially B73xMo17 dominated for years across the day maturity region of US.

•Beat most/all other Public and Private hybrids •“Instead of being beaten by one company’s hybrid in the state trials, we are being beaten by 30 companies hybrids” Corn breeder for Major Size: 2MB.

Crop variety effects on herbicide performance is not well characterised, particularly for sweet corn, a crop that varies greatly among hybrids in competitive ability with weeds. Field studies were used to determine the effects of crop competitive ability on season-long herbicide performance in sweet by: URBANA, Ill.

– The agriculture industry is in a tough spot; it’s simultaneously tasked with feeding a growing population and minimizing its environmental footprint. For corn breeders, that means improving nitrogen-use efficiency and crowding tolerance, all while maximizing yield.

The first step, according to a new study from the University of Illinois, is understanding the genetic yield. performance trials of commercial dent corn hybrids being sold in Indiana. The participating seed companies selected the hybrids for testing and mailed samples of seed taken from commercial seed lots to Purdue University for planting and evaluation.

Included in the bulletin this year is single site data. Waxy corn or glutinous corn is a type of field corn characterized by its sticky texture when cooked as a result of larger amounts of corn was first described from a specimen from China in As this plant showed many peculiar traits, the American breeders long used it as a genetic marker to tag the existence of hidden genes in other maize breeding programs.

when corn is planted early and in areas where corn borer is not a problem. However, it is strongly recommended that Bt corn borer protected hybrids with resistance to corn earworm and fall armyworm (such as the Viptera hybrids) be included when planting late corn, particularly late-planted, irrigated corn, which is more attractive to Size: KB.

University of Illinois corn breeder Martin Bohn has received a nearly $, grant from the USDA National Institute of Food and Agriculture to fund research that will improve breeding efficiency. “We are going to use the maize genome with all its intricacies to make breeding faster, more efficient, and more predictive,” says Bohn, an.

Full text of " performance of experimental corn hybrids in Illinois" See other formats no. 56! cop. 8 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS LIBRARY AT URBANA-CHAMPAIGINf AGRICULTURE Performance of EXPERIMENTAL C0 IN By Earl R.

Leng, R. J. Lambert, M. L. Peasley, G. L. Ross, and K. E. Williams Location of test fields ASHKUM * STANFOJRDsss URBANA S Bulletin .Hybrids that were adaptable to high plant density and N conditions exhibited greater-than-average yield potential and yield variation across environments.

Selecting hybrids with both high yield and yield stability may be difficult, as yield under lower N levels and yield increases with high N Cited by: 7.URBANA -- For more than 30 years, farmers and their advisers have turned to the Illinois Agronomy Handbook for research-based guidance on crop production.

The 24th edition of the handbook is now available, completely revised and updated with new information .