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Results obtained in 1899 from trial lots of grain, fodder corn, field roots and potatoes

by Saunders, William

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Published by Dept. of Agriculture?] in [Ottawa? .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Root-crops -- Canada,
  • Grain -- Harvesting,
  • Barley -- Varieties,
  • Wheat -- Varieties,
  • Oats -- Varieties,
  • Légumes-racines -- Canada,
  • Céréales -- Récolte,
  • Orge -- Variétés,
  • Blé -- Variétés,
  • Avoine -- Variétés

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Wm. Saunders
    SeriesCIHM/ICMH Microfiche series = CIHM/ICMH collection de microfiches -- no. 26381, CIHM/ICMH microfiche series -- no. 26381, Bulletin / -- no. 34.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 microfiche (30 fr.).
    Number of Pages30
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL24141818M
    ISBN 100665263813

      Over the last years there has been much discussion in the agricultural realm about the utility of fungicide trials conducted on small plots, vs those on larger plots. Small plots typically are ’wide, and ’ long, depending on the crop and study. Large plots typically consist of strips of varieties or treatments, and therefore are as wide as the width of a sprayer or planter.   Putting cows out on corn fields with a lot of corn is a recipe for acidosis (grain overload), abortion, and possibly death, if their rumen bacteria are not properly prepared. Cattle that become acidotic for even a short time can have reduced performance long term due to damage to the rumen wall. Therefore, taking the time to avoid acidosis is very important.

    Table 1 shows the results of the UCCE Delta field corn variety trial, located on Tyler Island. Three replicate blocks of fourteen varieties were planted on May 9th by air planter. The fourteen varieties included 12 varieties submitted by seed companies and two submitted by the grower. All varieties were glyphosate tolerant. trial has been accounted for in the trial, with the remaining 10 percent being unaccounted for. The higher the R2 value, the more precise the trial. The R2 is generally considered to be a better measure of precision than the CV for comparison of different trials. Table .

    Field corn is important in Florida for both grain and silage. Corn is used widely in the dairy and livestock industries and is risky to grow without irrigation. Florida has regained some of the lost infrastructure for handling, drying, and storage. Corn acreage in Florida was around , acres in the s (Figure 1).   FOR thousands of years farmers have had to plant a new corn crop every spring. Recently, however, an American-Argentine collaboration bred a perennial variety by crossing corn .


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Results obtained in 1899 from trial lots of grain, fodder corn, field roots and potatoes by Saunders, William Download PDF EPUB FB2

Results obtained in from trial lots of grain, fodder corn, field roots and potatoes [microform] Item PreviewPages: Results obtained in on the Dominion Experimental Farms from trial plots of grain, fodder corn, field roots and potatoes [electronic resource] / (Ottawa: Dept.

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Corn Grain and Silage Field Crop Trials Results and ResourcesBelow you will find corn grain and corn silage data dating back to (note in the two were reported jointly) as well as links to other corn the data is presented in PDF format.

If you are fodder corn difficulty opening the files download Adobe Grain Field Crop Trials. Entries: Seed corn companies choose their entries for each zone.

Entries in each trial were based on the relative maturity (RM) provided by the compa-ny. The University of Minnesota Corn Testing Committee could also choose entries in each test. All locations tested three replications for each entry.

Corn Grain Field Crop Trials Results. All variety testing is conducted at a single field site in Freeville, NY. For more information, contact: Michael Mazourek. Grain Corn. NYS is the 21st largest producer of grain corn in the country. Annual crop value: ~$ million. Wide range of agricultural and.

This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. Corn Grain Hybrid Tests in Tennessee Table of ContentsLocation InformationTable 1.

AgResearch and Education Center (REC) location informationTable 2. County Standard Test (CST) location informationEarly-Season HybridsTable 3. Early-Season Yield, Agronomic, and Quality Data across REC Locations (1yr, 2yr, 3yr)Table 4. Early-Season Yield Data by REC Location.

Fungicide Efficacy for Control of Corn Diseases 1 1 Efficacy ratings: F=fair. G=good. VG=very good. E=excellent. NL=not labeled for use against this disease. U=unknown efficacy or insufficient data to rank product.

2 Fungicide(s) Harvest restrictions are for field corn harvested for grain. Restrictions may vary for other types of corn (such as. (seminal) roots develop, but does not affect the depth at which the permanent (nodal) root system develops.

Even though the seed roots anchor the plant and absorb water and nutrients for the first 2 to weeks, the young plant is living on reserves from the kernel until the nodal roots. The results of the field trials with 50 early-maturing hybrids on farms in Madrid and Chazy, NY, and 16 medium-early hybrids in Madrid by Cornell Professor of Plant Breeding and Genetics Dr.

Margaret E. Smith are posted in the Field Crops: Corn section of the Northern New York Agricultural Development Program website at Subjects: Agriculture Canada Experimentation Field crops Field experiments Grain Results obtained in from trial plots of grain, fodder corn, and roots View Metadata.

The Corn Grain Field Crop Trials Results are available now. View the pdf of the Corn Grain Field Crop Trials here. View the pdf of the Corn Silage Field Crop Trials results here.

The Minnesota Corn Evaluation Program is conducted by the University of Minnesota Agricultural Experiment Station to provide unbiased information for use by corn growers when they. This document contains results of corn field trials conducted during the growing season to evaluate foliar fungicides to manage various corn diseases.

The research studies were conducted at Volga and Southeast Research Farms. Weather conditions at the two research farms are different which in turn influenced the level disease development.

Of course, corn grain yield involves the continuous interaction of genetic, climatic, soil, plant pest and nutrient factors present for a specific growing season.

However, from a crop management standpoint, it is helpful to characterize the most critical stages of development in the life of a corn plant with respect to determining final grain.

Trial Results - Corn - Northern Locations, Late Maturing. Trial Results - Corn - Northern Locations, Early Maturing.

Trial Results - Corn - Central Locations, Late Maturing. Bureau, Holding Institution: () Cereals and root crops. Evidence of Dr. William Saunders before the Select standing committee on agriculture and colonization Results obtained in from trials plots of grain, fodder corn, and roots Trial plots of grain, fodder corn, field roots and potatoes.

View. Yield Component Method. Other pre-harvest yield prediction methods exist (Lauer, ; Lee & Herbek, ; Thomison, ), but the Yield Component Method is probably the most popular because it can be used well ahead of harvest; as early as the so-called “roasting ear” or milk (R3) stage of kernel “normal” conditions, the kernel milk stage occurs about 18 to 22 days.

Variety Trials. Corn Variety Performance Trial Publication – includes all sites and additional information; AgriLife Extension Corn Hybrid Trial. Corn Trial Information by Location. Varietal Trials Results Corn Grain Tom Hoverstad, Jeff Coulter, George Nelson, Steve Quiring and Mark Hanson 20 The Minnesota Corn Hybrid Eval-uation Program is conducted by the University of Minnesota Agricul-tural Experiment Station to provide corn growers with unbiased infor-mation for choosing hybrids to buy and grow.

The program is financed. 1Additional fungicides are labeled for disease on corn, including contact fungicides such as n fungicides may be available for diseases not listed in the table, including Gibberella and Fusarium ear rot.

Application of Proline SC for use on ear rots requires a FIFRA Section 2(ee) and is only approved for use in Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Louisiana, Maryland, Michigan. In field trials conducted over 8 site-years in Indiana and Ohio (Brown, ), the thermal time from full dent (kernel milk line barely visible) to physiological maturity (kernel black layer) for three adapted hybrids ranging from to "day" relative maturities, ranged from to GDDs.Corn performance trials are conducted annually to provide farmers, extension personnel, and private seed companies with agronomic information on corn hybrids submitted by private seed companies.

The Michigan Corn Hybrids Compared will be published as .Corn. Of the important grains and/or cereals listed above, only corn (maize) is a New World native. Corn is an important member of the grass family. Corn (Zea mays) was domesticated from a wild plant called teosinte (Zea mexicana) about years ago.

This species was considered sacred and was central to Mayan creation myths.