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 Table 1. Conversion factors from...
 Table 2. Precipitation and temperature...
 Table 3. Cotton variety test (early)...
 Table 4. Cotton variety test (late)...
 Table 5. Peanut early-medium variety...
 Table 6. Peanut late variety trial...
 Table 7. Uniform group VI soybean...
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Group Title: WFREC research report ;, WF01-04
Title: Cultivar trials of cotton, peanut and soybean
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Title: Cultivar trials of cotton, peanut and soybean
Series Title: WFREC research report
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Creator: Dunavin, Leonard Sypret, 1930-
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Subject: Cotton -- Varieties -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Peanuts -- Varieties -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Soybean -- Varieties -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Table of Contents
    Front Cover
        Page 1
    Main
        Page 2
        Page 3
    Table 1. Conversion factors from English to metric units
        Page 4
    Table 2. Precipitation and temperature in 2000 - WFREC, Jay, Florida
        Page 5
    Table 3. Cotton variety test (early) - WFREC, Jay, Florida, 2000
        Page 6
    Table 4. Cotton variety test (late) - WFREC, Jay, Florida, 2000
        Page 7
    Table 5. Peanut early-medium variety trial - WFREC, Jay, Florida, 2000
        Page 8
    Table 6. Peanut late variety trial - WFREC, Jay, Florida, 2000
        Page 9
    Table 7. Uniform group VI soybean cultivar trial - WFREC, Jay, Florida, 2000
        Page 10
    Table 8. Uniform group VII soybean cultivar trial - WFREC, Jay, Florida, 2000
        Page 11
    Table 9. Uniform group VIII soybean cultivar trial - WFREC, Jay, Florida, 2000
        Page 12
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WFREC Research Report WF01-04
February, 2001


APR 0 2 2001


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Cultivar Trials of Cotton, Peanut and Soybean

L. S. Dunavin


FLORIDA AGRICULTURAL EXPERIMENT STATION
Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences
West Florida Research and Education Center
Jay, Florida







West Florida Research and Education Center
Jay, Florida


Jay, WFREC Research Report WFO 1- 04 February, 2001


Cultivar Trials of Cotton, Peanut and Soybean

L. S. Dunavin'

Trials were conducted at WFREC, Jay in 2000 on cultivars of cotton, peanut, and soybean. The
season was hot and dry. Irrigation was needed but was not available for the peanut and soybean
trials and in only a very limited amount for cotton. Except for a few check entries, the soybean
trials consisted essentially of breeder's lines.

Conversion factors from English to metric units are presented in Table 1, and climatological data
are given in Table 2.


Disclaimer

The use of trade names in this publication is solely for the purpose of providing specific
information. UF/IFAS does not guarantee or warranty the products named, and references to
them in this publication do not signify our approval to the exclusion of other products of suitable
composition.

Cotton Cultivar Trials

Two cotton trials were conducted in 2000. There were 18 entries in the early trial and 20 entries
in the late trial. Procedures for each trial were the same. The trials were planted on 24 May 00.
They were located on a Red Bay sandy loam and separated by a small area.. Fertilizer included
400 pounds per acre of 3-9-18 applied on 1 June 00 and 200 pounds per acre of ammonium
nitrate applied on 20 July 00. We were only able to irrigate once at 0.75 inch on 7 June 00.
Temik was applied at 5 pounds per acre under the cotton. Treflan was applied at 1.5 pints per
acre and Cotoran at one quart per acre preplant. MSMA was applied at 1.5 pints per acre and
Cotoran at one quart per acre on 10 July. Pix was applied at 4 ounces per acre on 14 July. The
cotton was defoliated on 19 Oct. and harvested on 27 Oct. 00. The drought had a considerable
effect, and stands were quite variable. Yields were not very good. Data are presented for the
early trial in Table 3 and for the late trial in Table 4.

'Associate Professor, WFREC Jay

This research was supported by the Florida Agricultural Experiment Station, and approved for
publication as Journal Series No. t//-o o,: 7.








Peanut Cultivar Trials


Two trials were conducted. There was an early/medium trial and a late trial. They were based on
expected maturity. The trials were both located on a Red Bay sandy loam and were planted on
9 June 2000. This late planting was due to the drought. The trials were separated by a small
area. On both trials, fertilizer included 350 pounds per acre of 3-9-18 on 8 June 2000. Temik
was applied at the recommended rate to each trial. Prowl was applied to each trial on 8 June at
one quart per acre. Starfire was applied at one ounce per acre and Basagran at one pint per acre
at cracking on 23 June to each trial. Six applications of fungicides at recommended rates were
applied to each trial. The early/medium trial was plowed up on 7 Oct. 00 and harvested on
25 Oct. 00. The late trial was plowed up on 24 Oct. 00 and harvested on 30 Oct. 00. Irrigation
was not available for these trials. Data for the early/medium trial are presented in Table 5 and for
the late trial in Table 6. The high average yield in the early/medium trial was from a breeder's
line at 2780 pounds per acre. In the late trial, the high average yield was also from a breeder's
line and was 2040 pounds per acre.


Soybean Cultivar Trials

Trials were conducted in 2000 on Uniform Groups VI, VII, and VIII. There were 24 entries in
Group VI and 19 entries each in Groups VII and VIII. The trials were located on Red Bay sandy
loam and were planted on 13 June 00. Fertilizer included 350 pounds per acre of 0-30-15.
Irrigation was not available for these trials. The trials were harvested on 2 Nov. 00. The drought
had a considerable effect and yields were relatively low. Data are presented in Table 7 for Group
VI, in Table 8 for Group VII, and in Table 9 for Group VIII. In this dry year, yields ranged from
12.1 to 37.2 bushels per acre in Group VI. They ranged from 20.9 to 33.5 bushels per acre in
Group VII, and ranged from 22.1 to 42.7 in Group VIII.





Table 1. Conversation factors from English to metric units.


English Unit


Factor


Metric Unit


pounds per acre
pounds per acre
tons ( English)
tons (English) per acre
inches
yards
miles
acres
OFahrenheit


multiply by 1.12
multiply by 0.00112
multiply by 0.9072
multiply by 2.24
multiply by 2.54
multiply by 0.914
multiply by 1.609
multiply by 0.405
0.556 (F-32)


kilograms per hectare
metric tons per hectare
tons (metric)
tons (metric) per hectare
centimeters
meters
kilometers
hectares
Celsius


Meri Ui


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Table 2. Precipitation and Temperature in 2000
WFREC, Jay, FL.


Day
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
Total


.U1
1.10 -
1.30
0.08

1.05 1.21
0.55 0.15 0.02

0.18 1.94

4.71 1.48 6.18 2.21 0.15


Precipitation
Inches
Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May June July

0.02 -

0.24 0.26 -
S 0.14 0.01 0.02
0.31 -




2.47 -
0.03 0.11
2.47 -
0.19 0.05
0.63
0.14 0.40 0.58 -
0.44 0.11 0.11
0.11 -
S 0.59 2.93 -
0.01 0.01 1.60 0.69
S 0.01 1.03
0.25 0.79
1.71 -
~~/ -\ -


0.13
A nt


0.25 0.01



0.34 0.40
0.54 0.02

0.06 -
0.03
- 1.43
8.46 3.47


Nov. Dec.






0.17
0.13
0.11
1.06 0.01
0.26


Aug. Sept. Oct.
0.01 0.04
0.29 -
0.31
0.12

0.01
1.03 0.28
0.06 1.44
0.37

0.03

- 0.18
- 2.81
0.60


- 1.45
1.05
S 0.56
1.10 0.10


1 rI


.uI .95 -
0.01

0.88
0.51 0.17 -

0.25 -




1.72 9.51 0.39


0.46
4.01







9.95


0.41
0.09
0.36



0.35



0.38


2.20
0.10


3.90


52-Yr. Average 5.51 5.04 6.53 4.80 4.32 7.35 7.82 6.39 6.42 3.65 4.41 4.95


Temperature
oF


62.7 69.7 77,1 79.7 89.1 91.6 96.5
42.0 43.7 49.8 52.1 64.7 68.3 71.5


95.7 88.9 83.0
70.5 66.3 51.1


0.59


Avg. Max.
Avg. Min.


69.3
45.7


60.6
33.9


0.03 0


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Table 3. Cotton Variety Test (Early)
WFREC, Jay, FL. 2000


Entry
PSC 952
ST 4892 BR
SG 521 RR
PSC 355
BXN 47
SG 501 B/R
STX 9903
ST 4691 B
SG 747
DP 436 RR
FM 966
SG 125 B/R
FM 958
DP 428 B
SG 105
DP 451 B/R
PM 1560 BG
PM 1218 BG/RR


Brand
Phytogen Seed Co.
Stoneville
Sure Grow
Phytogen Seed Co.
Stoneville
Sure Grow
Stoneville
Stoneville
Sure Grow
Delta Pine
Fiber Max
Sure Grow
Fiber Max
Delta Pine
Sure Grow
Delta Pine
Paymaster
Paymaster


LSD (t.05)


YIELD
Pounds Per Acret
Seed Cotton Lint
2400 910
2290 870
2250 860
2150 820
2110 800
2070 790
1960 740
1950 740
1870 710
1820 690
1730 660
1710 650
1700 650
1580 600
1450 550
1330 510
1130 430
760 290
630 240


t Pounds per acre x 1.12 =
PLANTED:
HARVESTED:
DEFOLIATED:
SOIL:
FERTILIZER:

IRRIGATION:
OTHER APPLICATIONS:


kilograms per hectare.
24 May 00
27 Oct. 00
19 Oct. 00
Red Bay sandy loam (Rhodic Paleudult)
400 pounds per acre of 3-9-18 on 1 June 00; Ammonium nitrate at 200
pounds per acre on 20 July 00.
0.75 inches on 7 June 00.
Temik at 5 pounds per acre under the cotton; Treflan at 1.5 pints per acre and
Cotoran at 1 quart per acre preplant; MSMA at 1.5 pints per acre and Cotoran
at 1 quart per acre on 10 July 00; Pix at 4 ounces per acre on 14 July 00.


It


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Table 4. Cotton Variety Test (Late)
WFREC, Jay, FL. 2000


Entry
DP 5690
HS 12
GA 161
STX 6M045
DP Delta Pearl
GA 894
4600 RR
PSC 952
DP Nu COTN 33B
FM 989
DP 675
DP 655 B/RR
DP 458 B/RR
PM 1560 BG/RR
DP Nu COTN 35B
AP 6101
DP 5415 RR
DP LX 9C84
DP 565
AP 7126


Brand
Delta Pine
Phytogen Seed Co.
Phytogen Seed Co.
Stoneville
Delta Pine
Phytogen Seed Co.
Cen-Tex Seed
Phytogen Seed Co.
Delta Pine
Fiber Max
Delta Pine
Delta Pine
Delta Pine
Paymaster
Delta Pine
Cen-Tex Seed
Delta Pine
Delta Pine
Delta Pine
Cen-Tex Seed


LSD (t.05)


Yield
Pounds Per Acre t
Seed Cotton Lint
1790 680
1720 650
1690 640
1630 620
1630 620
1620 620
1530 580
1470 560
1470 560
1400 530
1350 510
1290 490
1270 480
1250 480
1170 440
1140 430
990 380
970 370
910 350
740 280
N.S. N.S.


? Pounds per acre x 1.12 = kilograms per hectare.


PLANTED:
HARVESTED:
DEFOLIATED:
SOIL:
FERTILIZER:

IRRIGATION:
OTHER APPLICATIONS:


24 May 00
27 Oct. 00
19 Oct. 00
Red Bay sandy loam (Rhodic Paleudult)
400 pounds per acre of 3-9-18 on 1 June 00; ammonium nitrate at
200 pounds per acre on 20 July 00.
0.75 inches on 7 June 00.
Temik at 5 pounds per acre under the cotton; Treflan at 1.5 pints per acre and
Cotoran at 1 quart per acre preplant; MSMA at 1.5 pints per acre and Cotoran
at 1 quart per acre on 10 July 00; Pix at 4 ounces per acre on 14 July 00.





Table 5. Peanut Early-Medium Variety Trial
WFREC, Jay, FL. 2000


Entry
UF98614 (90xOL41-9-1-1-1-b2-B)
NCV11
UF99620 (89xOL 14-2-4-2-5-1-1-1 -b2)
Virugard
UF98608 (90xOL41-8-2-2-b2-B)
88x52-2-1-1-1-2-b2
NC 10C
UF98511 (92xOL19-3-3-3-b2-B)
Andru 93
AT 1-1
Hi OL GK7
Ga. Green
UF99324 (88x49-SSB1-B2-B3-B4-13-b2-B)
NC 12C
UF99325 (88x48-SSB -B2-B3-B4-11 -b2-B)
Sun Oleic 97R
UF99513 (92xOL19-3-2-2-1-b4-B)
Tamrum 96
AT 201
UF99121 (88xOL3-H06-2-I-1-b2-B)
Florunner
UF97102 (90x7-1-5-1-)
LSD (t.05)


Yield
Pounds per acre t
2780
2720
2470
2300
2200
2200
2140
1990
1920
1920
1900
1850
1750
1670
1520
1510
1510
1430
1400
1400
1280
1200
860


t Pounds per acre X 1.12 = kilograms per hectare.


PLANTED:
SOIL:
FERTILIZER:


9 June 2000
Red Bay sandy loam (Rhodic Paleudult)
350 pounds per acre of 3-9-18 on 8 June 00.


OTHER APPLICATIONS:


PLOWED UP:
HARVESTED:


Temik at recommended rate
Prowl on 8 June at 1 qt. per acre
Starfire at 1 oz. per acre and Basagran at 1 pt. per acre at
cracking on 23 June.
Six applications of fungicide at recommended rates.


7 Oct. 00
25 Oct. 00


These were not irrigated.


_ _


NOTE:





Table 6. Peanut Late Variety Trial
WFREC, Jay, FL. 2000


Entry
UF98319 (86x43-1-1-1-2-)
UF97318 (86x43-1-1-1-1-)
UF98317 (84x47-10-1-1-2-)
Southern Runner
C-99R (84x9B-4-2-1-1-2)
UF98326 (89xOL28-H01-7-4-1-2-b3-B)
UF98318 (84x9B-4-2-1-1-1-b2-B)
88x25-6-2-2-1-2-b3-B
UF98324 (86x43-1-1-1-2-1 -b2-B)
FLA MDR98
LSD (t.05)


Yield
Pounds per acre t
2040
1840
1600
1570
1480
1440
1310
1190
1170
1090
N.S.


t Pounds per acre X 1.12 = kilograms per hectare.


PLANTED:
SOIL:
FERTILIZER:


9 June 2000
Red Bay sandy loam (Rhodic Paleudult)
350 pounds per acre of 3-9-18 on 8 June 00.


OTHER APPLICATIONS:


PLOWED UP:
HARVESTED:


Temik at recommended rate
Prowl on 8 June at 1 qt. per acre
Starfire at 1 oz. per acre and Basagran at 1 pt. per acre at
cracking on 23 June.
Six applications of fungicide at recommended rates.


24 Oct. 00
30 Oct. 00


These were not irrigated.


_I _I__ _


NOTE:








Table 7. Uniform Group VI Soybean Cultivar Trial
WFREC, Jay, FL. 2000




Yield
Entry BuL/A.
SC96-1624 37.2
G95-179 32.3
N97-3525 30.6
Dillon 29.9
VS97-318 29.4
Boggs 28.2
TN93-142-17 27.5
R96-3538 26.6
Au96-1353 25.4
N97-9812 25.4
TN91-220-53 25.4
VS95-78 25.4
SC95-1070 25.1
R96-1939 24.6
SC94-1075 24.2
VS95-154 23.4
OK93-5907 20.2
OK92-6524 18.5
N97-61 18.5
N96-6783 17.3
R96-1559 15.7
Au94-507 15.7
VS97-349 15.7
N96-6800 12.1


LSD(t.05)


8.8


PLANTED:
SOIL:
HARVESTED:
FERTILIZER:
NOTE:


13 June 00
Red Bay sandy loam
2 Nov. 00
350 pounds per acre of 0-30-15
These were not irrigated.








Table 8. Uniform Group VII Soybean Cultivar Trial
WFREC, Jay, FL. 2000







Yield
Entry Bu./A.
SC96-1476 33.5
SC96-1628 33.5
SC96-1688 33.5
G93-1749 31.8
G94-1917 29.0
SC94-1573 28.7
N97-467 28.2
N95-614 28.2
G95-2853 27.8
G95-2935 27.5
SC95-988 27.0
G95-2484 26.3
N96-7018 25.4
Benning 24.6
Au96-205 24.6
N96-6767 24.2
N96-6809 24.2
Haskell 23.8
Au96-1693 20.9


LSD(t.05)


N.S.


PLANTED:
SOIL:
HARVESTED:
FERTILIZER:
NOTE:


13 June 00
Red Bay sandy loam
2 Nov. 00
350 pounds per acre of 0-30-15
These were not irrigated.








Table 9. Uniform Group VIII Soybean Cultivar Trial
WFREC, Jay, FL. 2000







Yield
Entry Bu./A.
Prichard 42.7
G90-R1551E 37.9
G95-346 37.5
SC96-226 35.5
G95-2567 35.1
SC96-1574 34.2
COOK 33.9
Au94-863 33.0
SC94-1000 32.7
G94-3117 31.8
G93-2225 30.6
N97-984 30.6
G96-1797 30.3
SC96-2736 28.7
Au96-6 27.5
SC95-771 27.0
N96-6752 25.4
N97-9788 23.8
N96-7031 22.1


LSD(t.05)


8.7


PLANTED:
SOIL:
HARVESTED:
FERTILIZER:
NOTE:


13 June 00
Red Bay sandy loam
2 Nov. 00
350 pounds per acre of 0-30-15
These were not irrigated.




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