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Environmental influences on corn hybrids

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John D. Prato, Department of Agronomy and Range Science, Davis
Jack P. Orr, Solano counties, respectively.
Franz R. Kegel, Solano counties, respectively.
Thomas E. Kearney, Solano counties, respectively.
Everett F. Nourse, Solano counties, respectively.

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California Agriculture 32(5):15-16.

Published May 01, 1978

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Abstract

Single- and three-way-cross hybrids, and differences in soil types and climate, have made single-environment testing of corn hybrids inapplicable for variety evaluation. Growers must test varieties under their own growing conditions before making selections.Individual growers must carefully evaluate varieties under their own growing conditions before making selections of corn varieties.

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The authors express their thanks to cooperating growers and seedsmen. Special thanks for protein determinations are expressed to James Quick, Technologist, Cooperative Extension Plant-Soil-Water Analysis Laboratory, and his staff.

Environmental influences on corn hybrids

John D. Prato, Jack P. Orr, Franz R. Kegel, Thomas E. Kearney, Everett F. Nourse
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Environmental influences on corn hybrids

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Authors

John D. Prato, Department of Agronomy and Range Science, Davis
Jack P. Orr, Solano counties, respectively.
Franz R. Kegel, Solano counties, respectively.
Thomas E. Kearney, Solano counties, respectively.
Everett F. Nourse, Solano counties, respectively.

Publication Information

California Agriculture 32(5):15-16.

Published May 01, 1978

PDF  |  Citation  |  Permissions

Author Affiliations show

Abstract

Single- and three-way-cross hybrids, and differences in soil types and climate, have made single-environment testing of corn hybrids inapplicable for variety evaluation. Growers must test varieties under their own growing conditions before making selections.Individual growers must carefully evaluate varieties under their own growing conditions before making selections of corn varieties.

Full text

Full text is available in PDF.

Author notes

The authors express their thanks to cooperating growers and seedsmen. Special thanks for protein determinations are expressed to James Quick, Technologist, Cooperative Extension Plant-Soil-Water Analysis Laboratory, and his staff.


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