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Quincy NFREC Research Report 97-3


1996 FLORIDA SOYBEAN VARIETY TRIALS



A. R. Soffes Blounr, R. D. Barnett, D. L. Wright, and R. A. Kinloch


North Florida Research and Education Center, Quincy, Florida

West Florida Research and Education Center, Jay, Florida


January, 1997


Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences


, UNIVERSITY OF
0FLORIDA












Quincy NFREC Research Report 97-3


1996 FLORIDA SOYBEAN VARIETY TRIALS



A. R. Soffes Blount, R. D. Barnett, D. L. Wright, and R. A. Kinloch


North Florida Research and Education Center, Quincy, Florida

West Florida Research and Education Center, Jay, Florida



January, 1997


# UNIVERSITY OF
i FLORIDA

Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences













1996 Florida Soybean Variety Trials
(including results from 1994 and 1995)



Compiled by:

A.R. Soffes Blount, R.D. Barnett, D.L. Wright, and R. A. Kinloch
North Florida Research and Education Center
Route 3 Box 4370
Quincy, FL 32351
904/875-7100
and
West Florida Research and Education Center
Route 3 Box 575
Jay, FL 32565
904/994-5215



Cooperators

Research Stations:


Jay, WFREC


Quincy, NFREC


R.A. Kinloch
H.A. Peacock

A.R. Soffes Blount
R.D. Barnett
D.L. Wright
V.H. Shepard














TABLE OF CONTENTS
Introduction ................ ............................................. 1

Methods ................ ................................................ 2

New Technology in Soybean Production ......................................... 3

Sources of Seed for 1996 ..................................................... 5

TRIALS FOR 1996

Table 1. Soybean variety performance for Quincy, FL, normal planting date .............. 8

Table 2. Soybean variety performance for Quincy, FL, late planting date ................ 9

Table 3. Summary of soybean variety performance for Florida in 1996 ................. 10

Table 4. Preliminary soybean variety performance for Quincy, FL, normal planting date .... 12

Table 5. Preliminary soybean variety performance for Quincy, FL, late planting date ...... 13

Table 6. Summary of preliminary soybean variety performance for Quincy, FL, planted at two
dates in 1996.................. ................................... 14

Table 7. Roundup Ready Soybean variety performance for Quincy, FL, normal planting date
........................................... ................. 15

Table 8. Long juvenile soybean breeding line performance for Quincy, FL, late planting date
................................................ ........ ...... 16

TRIALS FOR 1995

Table 9. Soybean variety performance for Quincy, FL, planted 15 July 1995 ............ 17

Table 10. Soybean variety performance for Quincy, FL, planted 10 July 1995 ............ 19

Table 11. Summary table of soybean variety performance for Quincy, FL, planted at two-dates in
1995 ......................... .......... .............. ... .... 21

Table 12. Preliminary soybean variety performance for Quincy, FL, planted 15 June 1995 ... 23

Table 13. Preliminary soybean variety performance for Quincy, FL, planted 10 July 1995 ... 24

Table 14. Summary table of preliminary soybean variety performance for Quincy, FL, planted at
tw o dates in 1995 ............................................... 25

Table 15. Soybean root galling at Jay, FL, 1995 planted at two locations with high root-knot












nematode exposure ............................................... 26

TRIALS FOR 1994

Table 16. Soybean variety performance for Quincy, FL, planted 29 June 1994 ............ 28

Table 17. Soybean variety performance for Quincy, FL, planted 15 July 1994 ............ 30

Table 18. Soybean variety performance for Jay, FL, 1994 with high southern root-knot
nematode exposure ................................................ 32

Table 19. Soybean variety performance for Jay, FL, 1994 with high peanut root-knot
nematode exposure ................................................ 34

Table 20. Soybean variety performance for Jay, FL, 1994 with a low population soybean cyst
nem atode exposure ............................................... 36

TRIALS FOR 1993

Table 21. Soybean variety performance for Quincy, FL, 1993 ........................ 38

Table 22. Preliminary soybean variety performance for Quincy, FL, 1993 ................ 39

Table 23. Soybean variety performance for Jay, FL 1993 with high southern root-knot
nematode exposure ............................................... 40

Table 24. Soybean variety performance for Jay, FL, 1993 with high peanut root-knot
nem atode exposure ............................................... 42

Table 25. Soybean variety performance for Jay, FL, 1993 with a low population soybean cyst
nem atodeexposure ................................................ 43












1996 Florida Soybean Variety Trials

Introduction

In 1996, nine soybean variety trials were conducted in north-central and west Florida.
These trials were designed to evaluate yield, agronomic characteristics and nematode resistance
for maturity groups (MG) IV, V, VI, VII and VIII. The nine variety trials conducted in 1996
were:

1. A variety performance trial planted on June 24, 1996 consisting of 42 entries, was
evaluated for yield potential. The site of this trial was at NFREC, Quincy, on a field
without nematode pressure.

2. A preliminary variety performance trial planted on June 24, 1996 consisting of 14 entries,
was evaluated for yield potential. The site of this trial was at NFREC, Quincy, on a field
without nematode pressure.

3. A late planted variety performance trial planted on July 9, 1996 consisting of 42 entries,
was evaluated from yield potential. The site of this trial was at NFREC, Quincy, on a field
without nematode pressure.

4. A late planted preliminary variety performance trial planted on July 10, 1996, consisting of
14 entries, was evaluated for yield potential. The site of this trial was at NFREC, Quincy,
on a field without nematode pressure.

5. A variety performance trial consisting of 42 entries grown on soil infested with southern
root-knot nematodes at the WFREC, Jay.

6. A variety performance trial consisting of 42 entries grown on soil infested with peanut
root-knot at the Davis Brothers' Farm, Allentown.

7. A variety performance trial consisting of 42 entries grown on soil infested with peanut
root-knot at WFREC, Jay.

8. A trial consisting of 8 Roundup resistant soybean lines from Hartz Seed Company. These
lines were evaluated for yield potential under a herbicide program using only Roundup
Ultra.

9. A late planted trial consisting of 7 long juvenile breeding lines and 9 soybean varieties was
evaluated for yield potential. The site of this trial was at NFREC, Quincy.












Methods


The experimental design for all trials was a randomized complete block with four
replications. Row widths were from 30 to 36 inches. The experiments were analyzed using
analysis of variance, and Duncan's Multiple Range Test of least significant differences (LSD) at
0.05.

Seeding rate was nine seeds per foot of row (12 seeds per foot for the late planted trials).
Plots were planted using plot planters.

Yield was determined from the middle one or two rows except when stands or plants were
weak on one side of the plot, in which case border rows were used. Harvested area was generally
between 80 to 96 square feet. Grain was stored for a short time under uniform moisture to obtain
the same moisture for all samples. Yields are reported as bushels per acre (60 lbs/bu) at 13%
moisture.

Maturity date was determined when more than 95% of the pods had mature color.

Height was the average distance (inches) from the ground to the tip of the main stem at
maturity.

Lodging was rated at harvest using the following scale:

1 Almost all plants erect
2 All plants leaning slightly, or a few plants down
3 All plant leaning moderately, or 25-50% of the plants down
4 All plants leaning considerably, or 51-80% of the plants down
5 Almost all plants prostrate

Root-knot nematode galling index was determined to evaluate damage by root-knot
nematodes.

Percent of Root Surface Galled
0-4 Scale
None 0
Trace <5% 0.2
Trace 6-25% 1.0
26-50% 2.0
51-75% 3.0
76-100% 4.0












NEW TECHNOLOGY IN SOYBEAN PRODUCTION


Two types of herbicide tolerant soybean are available for growers in 1997 (Roundup
Ready and STS'). Several companies will have Roundup Ready (RR) soybeans available in
fairly large supply in the Midwest with a much more limited supply of southern soybeans. This
technology was approved for use, and the trade barriers have been overcome for these genetically
altered crops by trading partners in Europe and Japan in 1996. This, as well as other technology
on the horizon are very exciting and have the potential to decrease the cost of production, while
allowing more acres to be managed by an individual grower. Because of the expense of
developing this technology, there will continue to be a technology fee of $5.00/ bag for the RR
seed and it will probably sell as premium seed, which may add a few more dollars to the cost of
each bag of seed. Yields from the Roundup Ready trial conducted at Quincy in 1996 were very
encouraging, and show the potential of this new technology. The Hartz seed company is the main
company with RR varieties for the deep south with varieties of group V through VII. There may
also be glufosinate ( Liberty Link) tolerant soybean varieties available by 1999 from several
companies.

The RR technology is being marketed as stand alone technology with no need for other
herbicides. Data from the past two years at Quincy and Jay shows that two applications of
Roundup will control almost any weed problem at application rates of 1 pt/A on wide rows (30-
38) and one application may be all that is necessary on narrow row or drilled beans that have the
RR gene in them. To be able to effectively use the lower rates, Roundup must be applied when
weeds are in the 4 to 6 inch height range. As weeds are allowed to get taller, rates of Roundup
must be raised for effective control. This technology will promote more no till and strip tilled
soybeans, as data shows yields as good as from conventional plantings and better in some cases.

A general guideline for weed size and rate of Roundup on RR soybean is as follows:


Roundup Rates on Roundup Ready Soybeans
Weed Size Roundup pt/A

0-6" 1-12
6-12" 11/2-2

12-18" 2-3


All RR soybeans varieties developed can tolerate up to 8 pints/A of Roundup. Roundup
may be applied over the top of soybeans from cracking to harvest, although most applications
should be made early, to control weeds before they become too competitive.The majority of the
late season soybeans will be from the Hartz Seed Company. Pioneer, Northrup King, Delta Pine,
Asgrow and other companies will have a limited supply of seed available this year in early group
beans and are developing later group soybeans which will be available in the next few years.
Demand is expected to exceed supply for the next few years as the RR gene is put into new and
high yielding varieties. Public breeders will have access to the genetic technology by signing












marketing agreements as the private breeders have done. Recent experiments showed RR
technology and conservation tillage reduced cash costs of growing soybeans by $27/A as
compared to a normal herbicide program and conventional tillage. This is a significant savings
and should result in rapid adoption of this conservation tillage technology.

The Synchrony STS"T soybean technology involves a trait that enhances the soybean
tolerance to Dupont soybean sulfonlyurea herbicides. One variety has been in the Florida variety
trials for the last two years, and it is competitive with many of the currently grown varieties.
Synchrony STS may help on certain weed problems found in Florida soybeans. Only soybean
varieties with the "STS" designation should have this Dupont sulfonylurea herbicide applied.
Many other genetic characteristics are expected to be introduced in the next few years.

Dr. Kuell Hinson had an active breeding program in the area of juvenile traits which
allows soybeans to have a similar period of vegetative growth regardless of the planting date.
This is different from most varieties that are induced into the reproductive stage of growth in
response to day length. The juvenile soybean was bred to make good yields when planted either
early or late. The juvenile soybean could make a significant contribution after corn harvest where
varieties normally don't attain enough height or in other cases where late planting is necessary. A
variety may be released within the next year and will be available to growers one year later.













Sources of Seed for 1996


Entry Name or Experimental Number


Delta & Pine Land Company
P. O. Box 157
Scott, MS 38772
601/742-3351



Hornbeck Seed Company Inc.
P O Box 347
Dewitt, AR 72042
501/946-2087

Hyperformer Seed Company
One HY Crop Row
Memphis, TN 38120
901/756-1771


Jacob Hartz Seed Company, Inc.
P. O. Box 946
Stuttgart, AR 72160
501/673-8565


Northrup King Company
P. O. Box 959
Minneapolis, MN 55440
or
Northrup King Company
P. O. Box 249
Grifton, NC 28530
1/800/248-4767


DP 417
DP 3571s (STS synchrony herbicide resistant)
DP 3588
DP 3640
DP 3681
DP 3733

HBK 54
HBK 58
HBK 67
HBK 79

HSC B2J
HY 574
HY 663
HY 721
HY 798

H 5164 Roundup Ready
H 6255
H 7141
H 6686 Roundup Ready
H 7550 Roundup Ready
H 7440
H 8558
HX 50001 Roundup Ready
HX 50004 Roundup Ready
HX 54969 Roundup Ready
HX 54989 Roundup Ready
HX 55086 Roundup Ready


NK S48-14
NK S57-11
NK S59-95
NK S65-50
NK S67-70
NK S75-55
NK S83-30


Sources


Private













Sources

Pioneer Hi-Bred International, Inc.
North American Seed Division
1000 West Jefferson Street
Tipton, IN 36072
317/675-2101


Pioneer Hi-Bred International, Inc.
6767 Old Madison Pike NW #110
Huntsville, AL 35806
205/971-0760

Southern Elite Genetics Association
2420 South Milledge Avenue
Athens, GA 30605
706/542-5640

Terra International
P. O. Box 171376
Memphis, TN 38187
901/758-1341


Entry Name or Experimental Number

9611
9671


Doles
Haskell
Benning


RVS 678
RVS 699
RVS 757


Public


Dr. H. Roger Boerma
Room 311 Miller Plant Science Building
Department of Agronomy
University of Georgia
Athens, GA 30602
404/542-2461

Dr. Edgar E. Hartwig
Delta Branch Experiment Station
P. O. Box 196
Stoneville, MS 38776
601/686-3126


Cook






D91-9391
D92-9779
Bedford
Lyon
Sharkey
Vernal














Sources Entry Name or Experimental Number


Dr. Kuell Hinson
Soybean Laboratory
University of Florida
Gainesville, FL 32611
904/392-1816
or
Dr. Ronald D. Barnett
Small Grains Breeding
North Florida Research
and Education Center
Quincy, FL 32351
904/875-7153

Dr. Emerson Shipe
Department of Agronomy
Clemson University
Clemson, SC 29634-0359
803/656-3511


Cobb
F91-1419
F91-1577
F91-2161
F91-2420
F91-2421
F91-3076
F91-3578


SC 89-147
SC 89-181
SC 89-551
Dillon
Hagood
Maxcy
Perrin


Sources


Entry Name or Experimental Number











Table 1. Soybean variety performance for Quincy, FL normal planting date.
Brand or originating state Entry Yield Height Lodging2
---- Bu/A- ------- m-------- 1-5


Hyperformer
Mississippi
Northrup King
Mississippi
Delta & Pine Land
Delta & Pine Land
Mississippi

Delta & Pine Land
Hyperformer
South Carolina
Terra International
Hyperformer
Hartz
Northrup King
Mississippi
South Carolina
Pioneer
South Carolina
Delta & Pine Laid
Pioneer
Mississippi
SGA
Terra International
Mississippi

Hyperformer
Northrup King
SGA
Hartz
Terra International
Delta & Pine Land
Hartz
South Carolina
SGA
Delta & Pine Land
Hyperformer

South Carolina
South Carolina
.Northrup King
Georgia
Florida
Hartz
South Carolina


HY 574
D92-9779
S59-95
Bedford
DP 3588
DP 3571s*
D91-9391

DP 3640
HSC B2J
SC 89-181
RVS 678
HY 663
H6686 Round
S65-50
Sharkey
Dillon
9611
SC89-147
DP 3681
9671
Lyon
Doles
RVS 699
Vernal


HY 798
S75-55
Benning
H7440
RVS 757
DP 3733
H7550 Roun
Hagood
Haskell
Deltapine 41
HSC 721

SC 89-551
Maxcy
S83-80
Cook
Cobb
H8558
Perrin


MATURITY GROUP V
45.9
43.4
41.0
40.7
39.5
38.9
28.8
MATURITY GROUP VI
52.9
50.9
48.8
48.4
48.1
up Ready 47.4
47.2
46.3


45.4
44.6


44.6
43.8
42.8
41.1
40.3
34.3
31.2
MATURITY GROUP VII
52.2
49.8
48.9
46.3
46.0
45.4
up Ready 45.4
45.1


44.5
17 43.5
37.9
MATURITY GROUP VIII
53.6
51.0
49.5
46.2
43.8
43.3
40.1


3
2
2
1
3
2
2


Average 44.5 28 2
LSDoo, 7.3 5.0 0.92
CV(%) 11.7 12.7 38


*STS Synchrony resistant.
'Planted 26 June 1996, 4 replications.
'Lodging: 1 = all plants erect to 5 = all plants prostrate.
Conducted by R. D. Barnett, A. R. Soffes Blount, and V. H. Shepard.


dt


d















Table 2. Soybean variety performance for Quincy, FL, late planting date.'
Brand or originating Yield Height Lodging2
state Entry ------Bu/A---- -----in------ 1-5


Hyperformer
Northrup King
Delta & Pine Land
Mississippi
Delta & Pine Land
Mississippi
Mississippi

Northrup King
Delta & Pine Land
South Carolina
Hyperformer
Hyperformer
SGA
Pioneer
Hartz
Delta & Pine Land
Mississippi
Pioneer
Mississippi
South Carolina
Terra International
Terra International
South Carolina
Mississippi

SGA
Hyperformer
South Carolina
Hartz
SGA
Terra International
Delta & Pine Land
Northrup King
Hyperformer
Delta & Pine Land
Hartz

South Carolina
South Carolina
South Carolina
Florida
Northrup King
Georgia
Hartz


HY 574
S59-95
DP 3588
Bedford
DP 3571
D92-9779
D91-9391

S65-50
DP 3640
Dillon
HY 663
HSC B2J
Doles
9611
H6686 Roundup Ready
DP 3681
Vernal
9671
Sharkey
SC89-181
RVS 678
RVS 699
SC89-147
Lyon

Haskell
HY 798
Hagood
H7440
Benning
RVS 757
DP 3733
S75-55
HSC 721
Deltapine 417
H7550 Rounup Ready

SC 89-551
Perrin
Maxcy
Cobb
S83-30
Cook
H8558


Average


MATURITY GROUP V
37.1
30.2
28.7
28.3
26.1
25.6
23.2
MATURITY GROUP VI
38.7
37.5
37.0
34.6
31.5
31.3
29.9
29.8
28.9
28.9
28.5
27.9
26.8
23.4
22.6
20.0
16.4
MATURITY GROUP VII
34.8
34.4
32.9
32.3
31.2
31.1
29.4
29.1
28.6
28.0
24.6
MATURITY GROUP VIm
40.3
36.5
35.5
34.7
34.1
32.9
31.9
19.8


LSDo,. 5.
c.v.() 12
*STS Synchrony resistant
'Planted 9 July 1996,4 replications.
2Lodging: 1 = all plants erect to 5 = all plants prostrate.
Conducted by R. D. Barnett, A. R. Soffes Blount, V. H. Shepard.


20.5
17.5
21.3
19.8
19.0
18.0
18.5

21.8
22.0
21.0
20.0
20.8
18.3
21.0
20.8
18.3
25.5
15.8
21.0
16.8
16.5
18.0
14.3
14.5

18.3
18.8
20.0
22.5
18.5
19.5
18.5
17.8
19.8
21.3
16.8

21.0
24.8
20.5
26.3
20.0
24.0
20.5
19.7
3.4
12.3


--


Average







Table 3 Summary of soybean variety performance for Florida in 1996.
SNormal Late Average
planting date' planting date2 across dates Southern root-knot site Peanut root-knot site Peanut root-knot site*
Brand or originating Yield Yield Yield Yield Galling Yield Galling Yield Galling
state Entry Bu/A BuiA Bu/A Bu/A 0-4 Bu/A 0-4 Bu/A 0-4
MATURITY GROUP V


Hyperformer
Northrup King
Mississippi
Mississippi
Delta & Pine Land
Delta & Pine Land
Mississippi

Delta & Pine Land
Northrup King
Hyperformer
Hyperformer
South Carolina
Hartz
South Carolina
Pioneer
Mississippi
Delta & Pine Land
Terral International
SGA
Pioneer
South Carolina
Mississippi
Mississippi
Terral International

Hyperformer
SGA
SGA
Northrup King
Hartz
South Carolina
Terral Internatinal
Delta & Pine Land
Delta & Pine Land
Hartz
t-vnerfnrner


HY 574
S59-95
Bedford
D92-9779
DP 3588
DP 3571s
D91-9391


DP 3640
S65-50
HY 663
HSC B2J
Dillon
H6686 Roundup Ready
SC 89-181
9611
Sharkey
DP 3681
RVS 678
Doles
9671
SC 89-147
Vernal
Lyon
RVS 699

HY 798
Benning
Haskell
S75-55
H7440
Hagood
RVS 757
DP 3733
Deltapine 417
H7550 Roundup Ready
HSC 721


45.9
41.0
40.7
43.4
39.5
38.9
28.8

52.9
47.2
48.1
50.9
45.4
47.4
48.8
44.6
46.3
43.8
48.4
40.3
42.8
44.6
31.2
41.1
34.3

52.2
48.9
44.5
49.8
46.3
45.1
46.0
45.4
43.5
45.4
37.9


37.1 41.5
30.2 35.6
28.3 34.5
25.6 34.5
28.7 34.1
26.1 32.5
23.2 26.0
MATURITY GROUP VI
37.5 45.2
38.7 43.0
34.6 41.4
31.5 41.2
37.0 41.2
29.8 38.6
26.8 37.8
29.9 37.3
27.9 37.1
28.9 36.4
23.4 35.9
31.3 35.8
28.5 35.7
20.0 32.3
28.9 30.1
16.4 28.8
22.6 28.5
MATURITY GROUP VII
34.4 43.3
31.2 40.1
34.8 39.7
29.1 39.5
32.3 39.3
32.9 39.0


38.6
37.4
35.8
35.0
33.3


31.1
29.4
28.0
24.6
R 86


43.5
41.0
40.8
37.2
36.1
32.8
31.9

38.0
44.1
41.6
42.4
28.1
35.5
38.5
30.0
43.0
31.4
31.9
40.8
43.2
27.3
36.9
35.2
35.8

41.3
36.9
36.1
31.9
42.7
38.5
36.3
46.2
37.7
44.0
42.4


18.5
19.6
12.7
8.3
14.3
16.5
16.3

24.8
29.5
16.8
27.0
13.5
6.9
20.1
18.5
8.3
27.0
21.2
15.7
13.8
20.6
13.2
15.4
15.2

25.9
12.9
17.9
27.5
17.9
13.5
20.4
24.2
14.0
15.7
16.8


12.4
17.9
14.9
5.8
6.3
4.4
0.8

14.3
26.2
11.8
22.6
2.8
4.4
15.4
10.7
1.7
19.5
11.6
3.9
1.7
9.4
9.4
10.2
6.9

25.0
8.0
8.0
24.8
10.7
3.9
24.5
21.5
6.1
10.7
11.0


3.9
2.0
3.8
2.6
3.9
3.9
2.9
3.8
4.0
3.3
3.8
3.8
3.9
3.6
2.5
3.9
3.4

1.6
3.9
2.1
2.0
3.0
3.9
2.1
3.2
3.9
3.3
3.3


11r-'~--^----HSC 721--


28 333





Table 3. Continued


Normal Late Average
planting date planting date' lant d across dates3 Southern root-knot site' Peanut root-knot site' Peanut root-knot site6
Brand or originating Yield Yield Yield Yield Galling' Yield Galling' Yield Galling7
state Entry Bu/A Bu/A Bu/A Bu/A 0-4 Bu/A 0-4 Bu/A 0-4
MATURITY GROUP VIII
South Carolina SC 89-551 53.6 40.3 47.0 38.3 0.5 21.5 2.8 25.9 2.9
South Carolina Maxcy 51.0 35.5 43.3 38.8 1.2 14.6 3.2 9.9 3.8
Northrup King S83-30 49.5 34.1 41.8 31.9 0.1 18.7 3.5 11.6 3.8
Georgia Cook 46.2 32.9 39.6 30.6 1.1 17.9 3.5 2.8 3.9
Florida Cobb 43.8 34.7 39.3 39.4 0.4 10.5 3.6 0.6 3.7
South Carolina Perrin 40.1 36.5 38.3 44.3 0.4 23.7 2.4 14.0 2.3
Hartz H8558 43.3 31.9 37.6 36.6 0.6 24.0 3.5 4.4 3.8
Average 44.5 30.4 37.5 37.6 0.9 17.9 3.1 11.1 3.3
LSD0.os 7.3 5.0 4.5 0.3 3.7 0.3 3.4 0.3
CV(%) 11.7 11.7 27.8 82.4 47.6 22.9 70.4 17.9


*STS Synchrony resistant.
i Planted 24 June 1996, 4 replication at NFREC, Quincy, FL. Conducted by R. D. Barnett, A. R. Soffes Blount and V. H. Shepard.
2 Planted 9 July 1996, 4 replication at NFREC, Quincy, FL. Conducted by R. D. Barnett, A. R. Soffes Blount and V. H. Shepard.
3 Average of 4 replications at each location at NFREC, Quincy, FL. Conducted by R. D. Bamett, A. R. Soffes Blount and V. H. Shepard.
'Meloidogyne incognita nursery, planted 11 June 1996, 4 replications at WFREC, Jay, FL. Conducted by R, A. Kinloch and H. A. Peacock.
JMeloidogyne arenaria nursery, planted 12 June 1996, 12 June 1996, 4 replications at Davis Brother's Farm, Allentown, FL. Conducted by R. A. Kinloch and H. A. Peacock.
6Meloidogyne arenaria nursery, planted 13 June 1996, 4 replications at WFREC, Jay, FL. Conducted by R. A. Kinloch and H. A. Peacock.
'Galling: 0 = no root galling to 4 = 76-100% roots galled.












Table 4. Preliminary soybean variety performance for Quincy, FL, normal planting date.'


Brand or Yield Height Lodging2
originating state Entry Bu/A .------in ----- 1-5

MATURITY GROUP IV
Northrup King S48-14 22.5 27 0
MATURITY GROUP V
Hombeck HBK 54 45.4 26 1
Northrup King 857-11 43.5 27 1
Hartz H5164 Rounup Ready 39.2 28 1
Hombeck HBK 58 35.3 28 1
MATURITY GROUP VI
Hartz H6255 50.7 30 2
Hornbeck HBK 67 48.5 29 2
Northrup King S67-70 44.6 30 2
SGA Doles 44.3 29 2
MATURITY GROUP VH
Hombeck HBK79 46.8 39 2
Hartz H7141 46.1 30 2
SGA Haskell 44.7 28 2
MATURITY GROUP vm
Florida Cobb 46.5 37 2
Georgia Cook 44.7 31 2
Average 43.1 30 2
LSDos, 6.9 4.0 0.9
C.V. (%) 9.6 8.0 32.8


'Planted 24 June 1996, 3 replications.
2Lodging: 1 = all plants erect to 5 = all plants prostrate.
Conducted by R. D. Barnett, A. R. Soffes Blount and V. H. Shepard.












Table 5. Preliminary soybean variety performance for Quincy, FL, late planting date.'


Brand or Yield Height Lodging2
originating state Entry Bu/A -------in------ 1-5

MATURITY GROUP IV
Northrup King S48-14 22.9 16 1
MATURITY GROUP V
Horbeck HBK 58 36.5 19 1
Hartz H5164 Roundup Rady 30.7 20 0
Northrup King S57-11 30.7 18 1
Hombeck HBK 54 20.6 16 0
MATURITY GROUP VI
Hartz H6255 40.0 22 1
SGA Doles 39.7 20 1
Northrup King S67-70 37.7 20 1
Horbeck HBK 67 35.5 21 1
MATURITY GROUP VII
Hornbeck HBK 79 42.4 22 1
SGA Haskell 39.0 18 1
Hartz H7141 30.5 18 1
MATURITY GROUP vml
Georgia Cook 38.1 20 1
Florida Cobb 34.8 25 3
Average 34.5 20 1
LSD .os 7.2 3.0 0.5
C.V. (%0) 14.6 10.7 41.2


'Planted 10 July 1996, 4 replications.
Lodging: 1 = all plants erect to 5 = all plants prostrate.
Conducted by R. D. Barnett, A. R. Soffes Blount and V. H. Shepard.












Table 6. Summary of preliminary soybean variety performance for Quincy, FL planted on two dates in 1996.

Normal planting date' Late planting date2 Average across dates'
Brand or Yield Yield Yield
originating state Entry Bu/A Bu/A Bu/A

MATURITY GROUP IV
Northrup King S48-14 22.5 22.9 22.7
MATURITY GROUP V
Northrup King S57-11 43.5 30.7 37.1
Hombeck HBK 58 35.3 36.5 35.9
Hartz H5164 Roundup Ready 39.2 30.7 35.0
Hombeck HBK 54 45.4 20.6 33.0
MATURITY GROUP VI
Hartz H6255 50.7 40.0 45.4
Hombeck HBK 67 48.5 35.5 42.0
SGA Doles 44.3 39.7 42.0
Northrup King S67-70 44.6 37.7 41.2
MATURITY GROUP VH
Hombeck HBK 79 46.8 42.4 44.6
SGA Haskell 44.7 39.0 41.9
Hartz H7141 46.1 30.5 38.3
MATURITY GROUP VII
Georgia Cook 44.7 38.1 41.4
Florida Cobb 46.5 34.8 40.7
Average 43.1 34.5 38.7
LSD 0.05 6.9 7.2
C.V. (%) 9.6 14.6


'Planted 24 June, 1996. Average of 3 replications.
'Planted 10 July, 1996. Average of 4 replications.
'Average of 2 locations, 3 replications at one location, 4 replications at the other location.
Conducted by R. D. Bamett, A. R. Soffes Blount and V. H. Shepard.













Table 7. Roundup Ready soybean variety performance for Quincy, FL, normal planting date.'

Brand or Maturity Yield Height Lodging'
originating state Entry group Bu/A ----m---- 1-5
Hartz H7550 Roundup Ready 7 54.6 26 1
Hartz HX54989 Roundup Ready 5 51.5 30 2
Hartz H6686 Roundup Ready 6 50.0 31 2
Hartz H5164 Roundup Ready 5 49.1 29 2
Hartz HX54969 Roundup Ready 5 46.9 27 2
Hartz HX50004 Roundup Ready 5 46.2 26 2
Hartz HX50001 Roundup Ready 5 40.4 27 2
Hartz HX55086 Roundup Ready 5 38.6 28 2
Average 47.2 28 2
LSD (0) 5.0 4
C.V. (%) 6.1 7 30.3

'Planted 26 June 1996, three replications. Roundup Ultra applied at 1 pt/A 30 and 56 days after planting.
'Lodging: 1 = all plants erect to 5 = all plants prostrate.
Conducted by R. D. Barnett, A. R. Soffes Blount and V. H. Shepard.











Table 8. Long juvenile soybean breeding line performance for Quincy, FL late planting date in 1996.'
Brand or originating Yied ueigh Lodgin
state Entry Bu/A ----in---- 1-5

MATURITY GROUP V
Florida F91-1419 22.0 17 1
Florida F91-1577 21.6 17 2
Florida F91-3076 21.2 20 2
MATURITY GROUP VI
Mississippi Vernal 25.0 22 2
Florida F91-3578 21.0 22 2
South Carolina Dillon 19.8 17 1
SGA Doles 17.0 15 1
MATURITY GROUP VH
SGA Haskell 14.8 14 1
South Carolina Hagood 12.3 14 1
SGA Benning 10.5 12 1
MATURITY GROUP VI
Florida F91-2161 26.2 20 3
Florida F91-2421 24.0 18 2
Florida Cobb 22.9 20 2
Florida F91-2420 21.8 18 2
South Carolina Maxcy 12.5 13 1
Georgia Cook 11.7 14 1
Average 19.0 17 2
LSDoo, 6.0 2.6 0.6
CV(%) 22.3 11 29


'Planted 17 July 1996, 4 replications.
Lodging: 1 = all plants erect to 5 = all plants prostrate.
Conducted by R. D. Barnett, A. R. Soffes Blount and V. H. Shepard.











Table 9. Soybean variety performance for Quincy, FL, planted 15 June 1995.'

Brand or Originating State Entry Yield Height Lodging' Maturity
Bu/A inches 1-5 date
MATURITY GROUP IV

Florida F91-3076 38.8 36.0 1.0 9-30
MATURITY GROUP V

Florida F91-1419A 49.1 29.0 1.8 10-6
Pioneer 9584 46.4 31.8 1.5 9-29
Florida F92-1792B 46.2 28.3 1.3 10-3
American Cyanamid CB 5691 46.1 33.0 2.3 10-3
Hyperformer HY 574 46.0 31.0 1.3 10-1
Mississippi Bedford 45.9 33.8 2.0 9-30
Pioneer 9593 44.3 35.5 2.3 9-30
Mississippi D92-9779 43.9 30.0 2.8 9-30
Mississippi D92-9391 43.1 35.3 3.0 9-30
Florida F91-1577B ---- 25.0 1.5 10-12
MATURITY GROUP VI

South Carolina Dillon 52.8 34.8 1.5 10-7
Delta & Pine Land DP 3682 51.8 33.3 1.3 10-20
Delta & Pine Land DP 3606 50.6 32.3 1.8 10-7
Hyperformer HY 677 49.8 31.8 1.0 10-20
Pioneer 9611 49.5 32.3 2.3 10-1
Terra International RVS 699 48.8 33.0 2.5 10-23
Terra International RVS Cajun 48.7 27.8 2.3 10-20
SGA Doles 48.1 30.5 1.8 10-8
Mississippi D92-4216 47.9 32.5 3.0 10-23
Northrup King S66-90 47.8 34.8 2.8 10-9
Mississippi Lyon 46.3 28.0 2.8 10-9
Florida F90-5607 45.4 36.3 3.3 10-8
Mississippi Vernal 43.2 39.5 1.5 10-20
Hyperformer HSCB2J 42.4 34.0 1.3 10-3
Mississippi Sharkey 42.1 35.5 1.5 10-23
MATURITY GROUP VII

SGA Haskell 54.6 33.8 1.5 10-28
Pioneer 9761 50.3 34.8 1.3 10-23
Hyperformer HY 798 50.3 34.5 1.8 10-24
Northrup King S75-55 47.3 33.3 1.3 10-15
South Carolina Hagood 47.2 36.5 1.0 10-28
Alabama Carver 46.9 32.8 1.0 10-13
Delta & Pine Land DP 3733 46.7 31.5 1.3 10-21
Terra International RVS 757 45.9 37.3 1.8 10-24
Hyperformer HSC 721 42.5 30.8 2.5 10-22
Pioneer 9711 42.3 31.0 2.3 10-22
Florida F91-3578 42.2 40.5 1.8 10-13
Florida F92-1519 41.5 35.0 3.5 10-13
Florida F91-2001 40.1 39.8 3.0 10-22
Alabama Stonewall 40.1 31.5 1.0 10-15
Florida F90-5099 38.8 38.5 2.5 10-22











Table 9. Continued.
Brand or Originating State Entry Yield Height Lodging Maturity
Bu/A inches 1-5 date
MATURITY GROUP VI

Georgia Cook 58.8 33.3 1.3 10-23
Pioneer 9831 55.3 29.8 1.0 10-24
South Carolina SC89-551 54.7 33.8 1.0 10-26
Florida Cobb 52.7 35.5 2.0 10-26
Florida F91-2161 51.8 37.8 2.0 10-30
Northrup King S83-30 50.5 35.0 1.0 10-24
South Carolina Perrin 48.0 37.8 1.0 10-24
South Carolina Maxcy 47.7 32.5 1.0 10-22
Florida F91-2420 46.7 31.0 2.3 10-20
Florida F91-2421 45.9 35.0 2.5 10-22
Average 46.6 33.5 1.8
LSD 0.05 6.4 3.0 0.7
CV (%) 7.2 6.5 29.4
'Average of 4 replications.
'Lodging: 1 = all plants erect to 5 = all plants prostrate.
Conducted by: R.D. Barnett, A.R. Soffes Blount and V.H. Shepard.












Table 10. Soybean variety performance for Quincy, FL, planted 10 July 1995.'

Brand or Originating State Entry Yield Height Lodginge Maturity
Bu/A inches 1-5 date
MATURITY GROUP IV

Florida F91-3076 41.3 27.8 2.3 10-20
MATURITY GROUP V

Hyperformer HY 574 50.3 23.0 2.0 10-20
Pioneer 9584 45.8 24.0 2.3 10-20
American Cyanamid CB 5691 42.0 24.5 3.0 10-22
Mississippi D92-9779 41.1 27.3 4.0 10-21
Florida F91-1419A 40.4 24.3 2.0 10-23
Mississippi Bedford 39.6 27.5 3.3 10-22
Pioneer 9593 35.8 27.8 2.8 10-21
Florida F92-1792B 35.0 20.8 1.3 10-27
Mississippi D91-9391 28.9 27.5 4.8 10-20
Florida F91-1577B ---- 22.3 4.0 11-5
MATURITY GROUP VI

Hyperformer HSC B2J 44.8 26.5 1.8 10-19
South Carolina Dillon 44.5 27.5 1.3 10-19
Terra International RVS Cajun 43.7 24.0 3.0 10-20
Hyperformer HY 677 43.0 22.5 1.3 10-24
Northrup King S66-90 41.6 28.3 1.8 10-28
Pioneer 9611 41.6 25.8 2.5 10-20
Delta & Pine Land DP 3606 41.1 28.0 3.3 10-19
Terra International RVS 699 41.0 26.3 2.3 10-20
SGA Doles 40.8 23.5 3.0 10-20
Mississippi Lyon 38.3 22.3 4.0 10-22
Mississippi Sharkey 38.3 24.0 3.5 10-25
Mississippi D92-4216 37.9 21.8 4.8 10-20
Delta & Pine Land DP 3682 34.2 18.8 1.3 10-19
Florida F90-5607 33.4 26.0 3.3 10-27
Mississippi Vernal 31.1 29.0 1.8 11-5
MATURITY GROUP VII

Alabama Stonewall 54.2 24.0 1.5 10-27
Northrup King S75-55 53.4 25.5 2.3 10-25
SGA Haskell 52.3 25.5 2.3 10-28
Alabama Carver 50.6 24.8 1.5 10-20
Terra International RVS 757 48.5 26.8 2.5 10-28
Pioneer 9761 48.1 24.8 2.0 10-24
Hyperformer HSC 721 47.1 26.0 3.3 10-28
Pioneer 9711 46.3 25.8 2.3 10-20
Hyperformer HY 798 45.8 24.0 2.8 10-28
South Carolina Hagood 44.1 27.3 2.5 10-26
Florida F92-1519 42.8 31.8 4.0 11-1
Florida F90-5099 42.5 32.5 2.5 11-3
Delta & Pine Land DP 3733 42.4 22.8 2.0 10-20
Florida F91-3578 40.5 35.3 2.5 11-3
Florida F91-2001 38.4 34/5 3/8 11-1











Table 10. Continued.
Brand or Originating State Entry Yield Height Lodging Maturity
Bu/A inches 1-5 date
MATURITY GROUP VIII

Florida Cobb 50.7 32.5 2.0 11-5
Northrup King S83-30 50.6 25.5 2.0 10-28
South Carolina SC89-551 49.8 25.3 2.3 10-26
Pioneer 9831 49.5 21.5 1.5 10-28
Georgia Cook 49.0 27.5 1.8 10-29
Florida F91-2421 47.4 28.3 4.0 11-5
South Carolina Perrin 44.9 30.8 1.5 10-28
South Carolina Maxcy 44.2 25.0 2.0 10-27
Florida F91-2161 39.0 30.8 2.5 11-5
Florida F91-2420 37.4 24.0 2.8 11-1
Average 42.6 26.1 2.5
LSD 0.05 7.2 3.5 1.0
CV (%.) 9.1 9.7 29.3
1 Average of 4 replications.
2Lodging: 1 = all plants erect to 5 = all plants prostrate.
Conducted by: R.D. Barnett, A.R. Soffes Blount and V.H. Shepard.











Table 11. Summary table of soybean variety performance for Quincy, FL, planted at two dates in 1995.

Average
Brand or Normal planting date' Late planting date' across dates
Originating State Entry Yield' Yield' Yield4

Bu/A Bu/A Bu/A


Florida


Florida
Pioneer
Florida
American Cyanamid
Hyperformer
Mississippi
Pioneer
Mississippi
Mississippi



South Carolina
Delta & Pine Land
Delta & Pine Land
Hyperformer
Pioneer
Terra International
Terra International
SGA
Mississippi
Northrup King
Mississippi
Florida
Mississippi
Hyperformer
Mississippi


SGA
Pioneer
Hyperformer
Northrup King
South Carolina
Alabama
Delta & Pine Land
Terra International
Hyperformer
Pioneer
Florida
Florida
Florida -
Alabama
Florida


F91-3076


F91-1419A
9584
F92-1792B
CB 5691
HY 574
Bedford
9593
D92-9779
D91-9391



Dillon
DP 3682
DP 3606
HY 677
9611
RVS 699
RVS Cajun
Doles
D92-4216
S66-90
Lyon
F90-5607
Vernal
HSC B2J
Sharkey


Haskell
9761
HY 798
S75-55
Hagood
Carver
DP 3733
RVS 757
HSC 721
9711
F91-3578
F92-1519
F91-2001
Stonewall
F90-5099


MATURITY GROUP IV
38.8

MATURITY GROUP V
49.1
46.4
46.2
46.1
46.0
45.9
44.3
43.9
43.1


MATURITY GROUP VI
52.8
51.8
50.6
49.8
49.5
48.8
48.7
48.1
47.9
47.8
46.3
45.4
43.2
42.4
42.1

MATURITY GROUP VI
54.6
50.3
50.3
47.3
47.2
46.9
46.7
45.9
42.5
42.3
42.2
41.5
40.1
40.1
38.8


41.3


40.4
45.8
35.0
42.0
50.3
39.6
35.8
41.1
28.9


44.8
46.1
40.6
44.1
48.2
42.8
40.1
42.5
36.0


44.5
34.2
41.1
43.0
41.6
41.0
43.7
40.8
37.9
41.6
38.3
33.4
31.1
44.8
38.3


48.7
43.0
45.9
46.4
45.6
44.9
46.2
44.5
42.9
44.7
42.3
39.4
37.2
43.6
40.2


53.5
49.2
48.1
50.4
45.7
48.8
44.6
47.2
44.8
44.3
41.4
42.2
39.3
47.2
40.7


52.3
48.1
45.8
53.4
44.1
50.6
42.4
48.5
47.1
46.3
40.5
42.8
38.4
54.2
42.5











Table 11. Continued.


Average
Brand or Normal planting date' Late planting date across dates
Originating State Entry Yield3 Yield' Yield'

Bu/A Bu/A Bu/A

MATURITY GROUP VIII
Georgia Cook 58.8 49.0 53.9
Pioneer 9831 55.3 49.5 52.4
South Carolina SC89-551 54.7 49.8 52.3
Florida Cobb 52.7 50.7 51.7
Florida F91-2161 51.8 39.0 45.4
Northrup King S83-30 50.5 50.6 50.6
South Carolina Perrin 48.0 44.9 46.5
South Carolina Maxcy 47.7 44.2 46.0
Florida F91-2420 46.7 37.4 42.1
Florida F91-2421 45.9 47.4 46.7
Average 46.6 42.6 44.6
LSD,, 6.4 7.2
CV (%/) 7.2 9.1


'Planted 15 June, 1995.
2Planted 10 July, 1995.
'Average of 4 replications.
'Average of 2 locations, 4 replications at each location.
Conducted by R. D. Barnett, A. R Soffes Blount and V. H. Shepard.














Table 12. Preliminary soybean variety performance for Quincy, FL, planted 15 June 1995.'

Brand or Originating State Entry Yield Height Lodging2 Maturity
Bu/A inches 1-5 date
MATURITY GROUP IV

Northrup King S48-84 33.6 34.0 1.8 9-30
MATURITY GROUP V

Northrup King S59-95 48.3 23.5 1.0 10-5
Delta & Pine Land DP 3571s 45.7 31.3 1.0 10-2
Mississippi Bedford 44.3 31.5 1.0 10-6
MATURITY GROUP VI

Hartz H6686 RR 54.2 32.2 1.0 10-23
Delta & Pine Land DPX 3640 52.5 31.8 1.0 10-22
Delta & Pine Land DPX3681n 47.4 29.3 1.0 10-22
Terra International RVS 93-44 46.8 29.3 1.0 10-12
Terra International RVS 93-36 45.5 29.0 1.0 10-11
SGA Doles 40.7 25.8 1.5 10-22
MATURITY GROUP VII

SGA Haskell 55.4 30.5 1.5 10-25
Hartz H7550 RR 52.3 31.5 1.0 10-25
Hartz H7440 51.9 34.0 2.0 10-25
M. Kenty DMK 93-9044 45.4 27.8 1.0 10-25
M. Kenty DMK 93-9048 39.2 24.0 1.0 10-25
M. Kenty DMK 93-9097 38.0 30.3 2.3 10-25
M.Kenty DMK 93-9060 37.7 21.8 1.0 10-25
M. Kenty DMK 93-9047 31.2k 23.0 1.0 10-25
MATURITY GROUP VIII

Florida Cobb 50.8 36.0 2.0 10-30
Geo__ rgia .... -____ Cook 50.1 31.5 1.3 10-30
Average 45.5 29.4 1.3
LSD 0.05 4.6 3.8 0.4
CV (%/) 7.2 9.1 20.2
' Average of 4 replications.
2 Lodging: 1 = all plants erect to 5 = all plants prostrate.
' Roundup Ready.
Conducted by: R.D. Barnett, A.R. Soffes Blount and V. H. Shepard.















Table 13. Preliminary soybean variety performance for Quincy, FL, planted 10 July 1995.'

Brand or Originating State Entry Yield Maturity


Bu/A date
MATURITY GROUP IV

Northrup King S48-84 45.2 10-10
MATURITY GROUP V

Northrup King S59-95 48.2 10-23
Delta & Pine Land DP 3571s 44.8 10-13
Mississippi Bedford 42.6 10-22
MATURITY GROUP VI

SGA Doles 50.1 10-23
Delta & Pine Land DPX 3640 49.7 10-24
Delta & Pine Land DPX 3681 49.4 10-24
Terra International RVS 93-44 45.6 10-24
Terra International RVS 93-36 45.3 10-20
Hartz H6686 RR2 44.0 10-25
MATURITY GROUP VII

SGA Haskell 57.2 10-28
Hartz H7440 50.8 10-28
Hartz H7550 RR2 50.3 10-25
M. Kenty DMK 93-9044 45.7 10-28
M. Kenty DMK 93-9097 42.1 10-25
M. Kenty DMK 93-9048 38.2 10-25
M. Kenty DMK 93-9047 37.8 10-22
M. Kenty DMK 93-9060 35.1 10-23
MATURITY GROUP VIII

Georgia Cook 49.9 10-30


Florida Cobb 41.0 10-30
Average 45.6
LSD 0.05 5.9
CV(%) 9.1
' Average of 4 replications.
2 Roundup Ready.
Conducted by R.D. Barnett, A.R. Soffes Blount and V. H. Shepard.













Table 14. Summary table of preliminary soybean variety performance for Quincy, FL, planted at two dates in 1995.

Average
Brand or Normal planting date' Late planting date across dates
Originating State Entry Yield' Yield' Yield4

BulA Bu/A Bu/A


Northrup King


Northrup King
Delta & Pine Land
Mississippi


Hartz
Delta & Pine Land
Delta & Pine Land
Terra International
Terra International
SGA


SGA
Hartz
Hartz
M. Kenty
M. Kenty
M. Kenty
M. Kenty
M. Kenty


Florida
Georvia


S48-84


S59-95
DP 3571'
Bedford


H6686 RR5
DPX 3640
DPX 3681
RVS 93-44
RVS 93-36
Doles


Haskell
H7550RR5
H7440
DMK 93-9044
DMK 93-9048
DMK 93-9097
DMK 93-9060
DMK 93-9047


Cobb
Cook


Average
LSDo.o,
CV (O%\


MATURITY GROUP IV
33.6

MATURITY GROUP V
48.3
45.7
44.3

MATURITY GROUP VI
54.2
52.5
47.4
46.8
45.5
40.7

MATURITY GROUP VI
55.4
52.3
51.9
45.4
39.2
38.0
37.7
31.2

MATURITY GROUP VII
50.8
50.1
45.5


'Planted 15 June, 1995.
'Planted 10 July, 1995.
'Average of 4 replications.
4Average of 2 locations, 4 replications at each location.
'Roundup Ready.
Conducted by R. D. Barnett, A. R. Soffes Blount and V. H. Shepard.


48.2
44.8
42.6


49.1
51.1
48.4
46.2
45.4
45.4


56.3
51.3
51.4
45.6
38.7
40.1
36.4
34.5


45.9
50.0
45.6


57.2
50.3
50.8
45.7
38.2
42.1
35.1
37.8


41.0
49.9
45.6
5.9
9.1


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Cv (%)---














Table 15. Soybean root galling at Jay, FL, 1995 planted at two locations with high root-knot nematode exposure.'

Location 12 Location 23
Brand or Originating State Entry Southern Root-knot galling4 Peanut Root-knot galling4
0-4 0-4
MATURITY GROUP IV

Florida F91-3076 0.4 g-j* 1.1 a-i
MATURITY GROUP V

American Cyanamid CB 5691 0.1 I-j 0.4 g-i
Pioneer 9593 0.1 i-j 0.8 c-i
Mississippi Bedford 0.4 g-j 0.6 e-i
Mississippi D92-9779 0.5 g-j 0.7 d-i
Hyperformer HY 574 0.7 f-j 1.0 a-i
Pioneer 9584 0.8 f-j 1.1 a-i
Florida F91-1419A 1.5 c-g 1.0 a-i
Mississippi D91-9391 2.3 be 1.7 a-e
Florida F92-1792B 3.3 a 1.8 a-d
MATURITY GROUP VI

Hyperformer HY 677 0.4 g-j 0.7 d-i
Delta & Pine Land DP 3682 0.4 g-j 0.9 b-i
Hyperformer HSC B2J 0.5 g-j 0.6 e-i
SGA Doles 0.5 g-j 1.6 a-f
South Carolina Dillon 0.5 g-j 0.5 f-i
Pioneer 9611 0.6 g-j 0.7 d-i
Delta & Pine Land DP 3606 0.9 e-j 2.1 a
Mississippi Lyon 0.9 e-j 1.0 a-i
Northrup King S66-90 0.9 e-j 1.0 a-i
Mississippi D92-4216 1.0 d-j 1.1 a-i
Terra International RVS 699 1.4 c-h 2.0 ab
Terra International RVS Cajun 1.7 c-f 0.9 b-i
Mississippi Vernal 1.9 c-e 1.1 a-i
Mississippi Sharkey 2.4 a-c 2.C( ab
Florida F90-5607 3.0 ab 1.0 a-i
MATURITY GROUP VII

Hyperformer HY 798 0.1 ij 0.9 b-i
Northrup King S75-55 0.1 ij 0.6 e-i
Florida F91-3578 0.2 ij 0.2 i
SGA Haskell 0.2 ij 0.6 e-i
Florida F90-5099 0.3 h-j 0.9 b-i
Pioneer 9711 0.3 h-j 1.0 a-i
Terra International RVS 757 0.4 g-j 1.3 a-i
Delta & Pine Land DP 3733 0.5 g-j 0.6 e-i
Alabama Carver 0.6 g-j 1.3 a-i
Hyperformer HSC 721 0.6 g-j 1.7 a-e
Alabama Stonewall 0.7 f-j 1.9 a-c
Florida F91-2001 0.8 f-j 1.4 a-h
South Carolina Hagood 1.2 d-i 1.1 a-i
Florida F92-1519 1.9 c-e 1.8 a-d
Pioneer 9761 2.3 be 0.8 c-i














Table 15. Continued.

Location I' Location 2'
Brand or Originating State Entry Southern Root-knot galling4 Peanut Root-knot galling4

0-4 0-4
MATURITY GROUP VIII
Florida F91-2420 0.0j 0.9 b-i
Florida F91-2161 0.1 ij 0.7 d-i
Northrup King S83-30 0.2 ij 1.2 a-i
South Carolina Perrin 0.3 h-j 0.6 e-i
South Carolina SC89-551 0.3 h-j 0.7 d-i
Florida F91-2421 0.4 g-j 1.5 a-g
Georgia Cook 0.5 g-j 1.6 a-f
Florida Cobb 1.0 d-j 2.1 a
South Carolina Maxcy 1.5 c-g 0.9 b-i
Pioneer 9831 2.0 cd 1.8 a-d
SRoot-knot tests were planted 6 June 1995. Gall ratings for the southern root-knot and peanut root-knot nematode
tests were made on 7 September and 11 September, respectfully. No additional data was taken from these tests or
from the soybean cyst nematode test due to adverse weather conditions from hurricanes Erin (4 August) and Opal
(4 October).
2Average of 4 replications at WFREC, Jay, FL.
Average of 4 replications at Davis Brother's Farm, Allenstown, FL.
SGalling index: 0 = no root galling to 4 = 76-100% roots galled.
* Means in the same column not followed by the same letter are significantly different at P = 0.05.
Conducted by R.A. Kinloch and H.A. Peacock.














Table 16. Soybean variety performance for Quincy, FL, planted 27 June 1994.
Brand or Originating State Entry Yield' Maturity Height


Bu/A DAP2 inches
MATURITY GROUP IV

Northrup King S46-44 19.0 116 24
Northrup King S48-84 27.8 116 20
MATURITY GROUP V

Arkansas County Seeds 5050 37.6 117 21
Delta & Pine Land DP 3588 28.1 116 19
Mississippi Bedford 33.0 118 23
North Carolina Clifford 36.5 116 20
North Carolina Holladay 34.4 116 16
Northrup King S57-11 31.5 116 19
Pioneer 9584 35.8 117 23
Pioneer 9593 35.1 118 24
MATURITY GROUP VI

Delta & Pine Land DP 3606 39.1 117 22
Delta & Pine Land DP 3682 32.1 118 19
Florida F91-1577 22.5 120 20
Georgia Bryan 40.1 118 21
Mississippi Lyon 28.2 119 20
North Carolina Brim 32.5 116 22
North Carolina Young 40.9 118 24
Northrup King S66-90 37.6 118 22
SGA Doles 38.0 118 19
South Carolina Dillon 37.2 118 21
Terra International RVS 699 32.2- 119 24
Terra International RVS Cajun 32.5 117 20
MATURITY GROUP VII

Alabama AU87-547 43.5 119 19
Delta & Pine Land DP 3733 38.6 119 21
Georgia G86-1267 42.3 118 21
Georgia G86-1434 45.0 119 26
Georgia Thomas 40.1 119 23
Florida F90-5099 42.0 124 28
Florida Howard 39.3 118 21
Mississippi Sharkey 37.2 118 28
Mississippi Vernal 34.2 124 28
Northrup King Coker 6847 42.5 121 23
Pioneer 9711 42.4 118 25
Pioneer 9761 45.4 118 24
SGA Haskell 37.0 119 18
South Carolina Hagood 37.3 120 24
Terra International RVS 757 38.9 119 27














Table 16. Continued.


Brand or Originating State Entry Yield' Maturity Height


Bu/A DAP2 inches
MATURITY GROUP VIII

Florida F90-5117 32.1 122 24
Florida Cobb 40.7 125 26
Florida Kirby 48.1 123 24
Georgia Cook 47.2 118 24
Northrup King Coker 6738 44.3 120 26
Pioneer 9831 48.8 122 23
South Carolina Maxcy 42.4 119 24
_SoCutli Ca o .L.a __Perrin _42.4-- 124 28
Average 37.4 23
LSD 0.05 6.6 2.9
CV (%0) 12.6 9.3

Average of 4 replications.
2 Days after planting.
Conducted by R.D. Barnett, A.R. Soffes Blount and J.R. Lasseter.














Table 17. Soybean variety performance for Quincy, FL, planted 15 July 1994.
Brand or Originating State Entry Yield' Maturity Height
Bu/A DAP2 inches
MATURITY GROUP IV

Northrup King S46-44 18.7 117 21
Northrup King S48-84 23.7 117 20
MATURITY GROUP V

Arkansas County Seeds 5050 24.8 119 19
Delta & Pine Land DP 3588 28.2 119 25
Mississippi Bedford 16.3 121 16
North Carolina Clifford 21.3 120 16
North Carolina Holladay 15.0 121 15
Northrup King S57-11 14.5 120 16
Pioneer 9584 19.5 119 16
Pioneer 9593 20.6 120 15
MATURITY GROUP VI

Delta & Pine Land DP 3606 33.5 120 22
Delta & Pine Land DP 3682 15.7 120 13
Florida F91-1577 17.2 131 21
Georgia Bryan 13.8 120 15
Mississippi Lyon 18.3 117 17
North Carolina Brim 14.7 117 17
North Carolina Young 24.2 127 23
Northrup King S66-90 33.0 125 17
SGA Doles 15.2 129 18
South Carolina Dillon 25.9 127 19
Terra International RVS 699 14.9 127 15
Terra International RVS Cajun 15.9 119 13
MATURITY GROUP VII

Alabama AU87-547 23.8 124 16
Delta & Pine Land DP 3733 29.7 119 15
Georgia G86-1267 34.6 125 14
Georgia G86-1434 22.9 121 15
Georgia Thomas 29.4 125 17
Florida F90-5099 33.1 131 29
Florida Howard 30.8 124 20
Mississippi Sharkey 30.5 118 31
Mississippi Vernal 35.6 131 27
Northrup King Coker 6847 24.0 120 15
Pioneer 9711 36.6 126 17
Pioneer 9761 36.9 125 18
SGA Haskell 30.8 124 18
South Carolina Hagood 33.7 127 18
Terra International RVS 757 33.1 126 18














Table 17. Continued.


Brand or Originating State Entry Yield' Maturity Height
Bu/A DAP2 inches
MATURITY GROUP VIII

Florida F90-5117 24.2 127 27
Florida Cobb 32.5 128 27
Florida Kirby 33.3 124 25
Georgia Cook 28.5 118 24
Northrup King Coker 6738 32.4 124 22
Pioneer 9831 30.8 125 19
South Carolina Maxcy 28.0 124 21
suhCcaliana Perrin 2.7 _______ 123 21
Average 25.6
LSD 0.05 8.1
CV (%/) 22.7

SAverage of 4 replications.
2 Days after planting.
Conducted by R.D. Bamett, A.R. Soffes Blount and J.R. Lasseter.














Table 18. Soybean variety performance for Jay, FL, 1994 with high southern root-knot nematode exposure.

Brand or Originating State Entry Yield' Maturity Height Lodging2 Galling3
Bu/A DAP4 inches 1-5 0-4
MATURITY GROUP V
Pioneer 9584 28.3 a-e" 112 20 1 0.4 e-g
Pioneer 9593 23.1 a-f 112 15 1 0.0 g
Northrup King S57-11 33.8 a-c 112 19 1 0.2 fg
North Carolina Holladay 9.4 f 101 13 1 3.0 ab
North Carolina Clifford 17.9 c-f 103 17 1 1.7 c-e
Mississippi Bedford 25.4 a-f 113 15 2 0.2 fg
MATURITY GROUP VI

SGA Doles 31.2 a-e 130 17 1 0.1 fg
Delta & Pine Land DP 3682 34.2 a-c 113 22 1 0.1 fg
Georgia Bryan 31.6 a-d 117 20 1 0.1 fg
Terra International RVS 699 18.6 c-f 112 17 1 0.5 e-g
Terra International RVS Cajun 21.8 a-f 114 17 1 1.5 c-f
South Carolina Dillon 34.3 a-c 115 24 1 0.3 fg
North Carolina Young 24.1 a-f 113 23 1 2.0 b-d
North Carolina Brim 14.0 ef 105 15 1 2.4 a-c
Florida F91-1577 22.1 a-f 119 20 1 0.4 e-g
Mississippi Lyon 28.7 a-e 110 18 1 0.3 fg
MATURITY GROUP VII

Delta & Pine Land DP 3733 35.1 a-c 115 17 2 0.4 e-g
Georgia Thomas 27.7 a-e 118 19 2 0.1 fg
Georgia G86-1267 31.2 a-e 118 21 2 0.0 g
Georgia G86-1434 27.3 a-e 118 22 2 0.2 fg
Terra International RVS 757 27.0 a-e 118 19 2 0.1 fg
South Carolina Hagood 38.7 a 123 26 1 0.2 fg
Pioneer 9711 29.0 a-e 115 18 1 0.3 fg
Pioneer 9761 29.2 a-e 117 17 1 1.2 c-g
Florida Howard 33.8 a-c 128 21 1 0.1 fg
Florida F90-5099 33.4 a-c 132 26 2 0.3 fg
Northrup King Coker 6847 37.1 a 118 19 1 0.2 fg
Alabama AU87-547 17.9 c-f 117 19 1 0.5 e-g
SGA Haskell 15.0 d-f 115 16 1 0.4 e-g
Mississippi Vernal 25.6 a-f 130 28 1 0.7 e-g
Mississippi Sharkey 36.5 ab 114 27 1 0.9 d-g














Table 18. Continued.

Brand or Originating State Entry Yield' Maturity Height Lodging2 Galling'
Bu/A DAP4 inches 1-5 0-4
MATURITY GROUP VII

Georgia Cook 22.8 a-f 117 23 1 0.3 fg
South Carolina Maxcy 19.5 b-f 128 17 2 3.3 a
South Carolina Perrin 18.9 c-f 137 17 1 0.6 e-g
Pioneer 9831 31.6 a-d 128 22 1 2.1 a-d
Florida Kirby 33.2 a-c 146 22 1 0.0 g
Florida Cobb 19.2 b-f 146 28 1 0.0 g
Florida F90-5117 33.5 a-c 118 24 1 0.0 g
NorthupKing .._6738 23.1 a-f 118 17 2 0.f-1 fg- -
Average 26.8 20 1 0.6
Average of 4 replications.
2 Lodging: 1 = all plants erect to 5 = all plants prostrate.
3 Galling index: 0 = no root galling to 4 = 76-100% of roots galled.
4 Days after planting.
Means in the same column not followed by the same letter are significantly different at P = 0.05.
Conducted by: R.A. Kinloch and H.A. Peacock.














Table 19. Soybean variety performance for Jay, FL, 1994 with high peanut root-knot nematode exposure.

Brand or Originating State Entry Yield' Maturity Height Lodging2 Galling'
Bu/A DAP4 inches 1-5 0-4
MATURITY GROUP V

Pioneer 9584 20.2 a-i* 124 22 1 1.0 h-j
Pioneer 9593 21.9 a-g 123 24 1 1.0 h-j
Northrup King S57-11 20.9 a-h 115 22 1 1.4 e-j
North Carolina Holladay 7.1 k 102 15 1 2.6 a-e
North Carolina Clifford 11.5 h-k 114 20 1 3.1 a
Mississippi Bedford 16.9 b-j 119 18 1 1.2 g-j
MATURITY GROUP VI
SGA Doles 18.2 a-j 121 20 1 1.7 d-j
Delta & Pine Land DP 3682 14.2 e-k 117 22 1 1.6 d-j
Georgia Bryan 22.3 a-f 126 24 1 0.8 ij
Terra International RVS 699 13.5 f-k 119 20 2 1.9 b-i
Terra International RVS Cajun 10.8 i-k 117 20 1 2.3 a-g
South Carolina Dillon 17.5 a-j 121 26 1 1.8 c-j
North Carolina Young 13.2 f-k 121 28 1 2.6 a-e
North Carolina Brim 12.5 g-k 110 21 1 3.0 ab
Florida F91-1577 15.5 d-k 121 21 1 1.8 c-j
Mississippi Lyon 14.2 e-k 115 22 1 1.7 d-j
MATURITY GROUP VH
Delta & Pine Land DP 3733 17.9 a-j 126 21 1 1.9 b-i
Georgia Thomas 20.6 a-h 122 24 1 1.9 b-i
Georgia G86-1267 19.6 a-i 126 22 1 1.1 g-j
Georgia G86-1434 23.3 a-e 122 22 1 1.1 g-j
Terra International RVS 757 26.3 ab 122 28 1 1.4 e-j
South Carolina Hagood 20.2 a-i 119 24 1 2.5 a-f
Pioneer 9711 20.9 a-h 120 26 1 1.3 f-j
Pioneer 9761 17.2 a-j 120 28 1 0.8 ij
Florida Howard 24.3 a-d 119 21 1 1.2 g-j
Florida F90-5099 25.3 a-c 131 34 1 1.3 f-j
Northrup King Coker 6847 17.5 a-j 121 22 1 1.1 g-j
Alabama AU87-547 18.2 a-j 120 21 1 2.0 a-i
SGA Haskell 10.8 i-k 118 19 2 1.3 f-j
Mississippi Vernal 16.2 c-k 131 26 2 2.1 a-h
Mississippi Sharkey 14.2 e-k 117 26 1 2.7 a-d














Table 19. Continued.


Brand or Originating State Entry Yield' Maturity Height Lodging2 Galling'
Bu/A DAP4 inches 1-5 0-4
MATURITY GROUP VII

Georgia Cook 12.8 f-k 125 28 1 1.8 c-j
South Carolina Maxcy 20.3 a-i 124 22 1 1.3 f-j
South Carolina Perrin 22.3 a-f 132 30 1 1.7 d-j
Pioneer 9831 16.9 b-j 121 21 1 2.9 a-c
Florida Kirby 26.0 ab 123 23 1 0.6 j
Florida Cobb 9.4 jk 121 26 1 1.5 d-j
Florida F90-5117 26.7 a 123 26 1 1.4 e-j
_Nor jKt _rupKing 6738 18.6 a-i 124 23 1 0.8 i1
------------------------ 142 .8j
Average 17.8 23.3 1 1.7
Average of 4 replications.
2 Lodging: 1 = all plants erect to 5 = all plants prostrate.
3 Galling index: 0 = no root galling to 4 = 76-100% of roots galled.
SDays after planting.
Means in the same column not followed by the same letter are significantly different at P = 0.05.
Conducted by: R.A. Kinloch and H.A. Peacock.














Table 20. Soybean variety performance for Jay, FL, 1994 with a low population soybean cyst nematode exposure.

Brand or Originating State Entry Yield' Maturity Height Lodging2
Bu/A DAP inches 1-5
MATURITY GROUP V
Pioneer 9584 16.3 c-g* 108 18 1
Pioneer 9593 17.7 c-g 106 16 1
Northrup King S57-11 13.7 d-g 107 14 1
North Carolina Holladay 10.7 fg 102 11 1
North Carolina Clifford 9.7 g 102 11 1
Mississippi Bedford 12.0 e-g 110 13 2
MATURITY GROUP VI

SGA Doles 25.3 a-d 119 18 1
Delta & Pine Land DP 3682 20.0 b-g 109 16 1
Georgia Bryan 21.3 b-g 113 14 2
Terra International RVS 699 10.0 g 106 15 1
Terra International RVS Cajun 18.0 c-g 109 15 1
South Carolina Dillon 17.7 c-g 110 22 1
North Carolina Young 12.7 e-g 107 19 1
North Carolina Brim 12.0 e-g 103 12 1
Florida F91-1577 16.7 c-g 123 15 1
Mississippi Lyon 15.7 c-g 109 14 1
MATURITY GROUP VII
Delta & Pine Land DP 3733 16.0 c-g 150 15 1
Georgia Thomas 15.3 c-g 116 19 1
Georgia G86-1267 20.3 b-g 116 17 2
Georgia G86-1434 21.3 b-g 115 18 1
Terra International RVS 757 20.3 b-g 116 20 1
South Carolina Hagood 23.0 b-f 117 22 1
Pioneer 9711 17.7 c-g 112 21 1
Pioneer 9761 26.0 a-d 116 21 1
Florida Howard 24.3 a-e 118 18 1
Florida F90-5099 34.7 a 134 24 1
Northrup King Coker 6847 26.0 a-d 118 20 1
Alabama AU87-547 15.7 c-g 111 15 2
SGA Haskell 15.3 c-g 112 17 2
Mississippi Vernal 17.3 c-g 132 24 1
Mississippi Sharkey 22.0 b-g 110 24 1













Table 20. Continued.


Brand or Originating State Entry Yield' Maturity Height Lodgineg

Bu/A DAP inches 1-5
MATURITY GROUP VI
Georgia Cook 16.7 c-g 112 24 2
South Carolina Maxcy 22.0 b-g 118 20 1
South Carolina Perrin 20.7 b-g 121 22 1
Pioneer 9831 20.3 b-g 116 21 1
Florida Kirby 31.7 ab 123 21 1
Florida Cobb 10.3 g 118 20 1
Florida F90-5117 14.7 d-g 117 17 1
NorthrunKin_ 6738 ___27.3 a-c 118 19 -1
Average 18.7 18 1
Average of 4 replications.
2xodging: 1 = all plants erect to 5 = all plants prostrate.
Means in the same column not followed by the same letter are significantly different at P = 0.05.
Conducted by: R.A. Kinloch and H.A. Peacock.














Table 21. Soybean variety performance for Quincy, FL, 1993.

Brand or Originating State Entry Yield' Maturity

Bu/A date

MATURITY GROUP V
Asgrow A5885 24.7 10-2
Pioneer 9593 31.4 10-2
MATURITY GROUP VI
Asgrow A6297 47.6 10-14
Asgrow A6785 47.0 10-13
Asgrow A6961 41.8 10-15
Georgia Bryan 43.8 10-19
Arkansas Davis 45.6 10-13
Mississippi D87-4429 39.0 10-13
Mississippi D87-5870 36.2 10-12
Delta & Pine Land DP 3682 45.9 10-18
Georgia G83-198 50.0 10-14
Northrup King S62-66 45.4 10-10
North Carolina Young 51.2 10-12

MATURITY GROUP VII
Asgrow A7986 48.5 10-21
Delta & Pine Land DP 3733 45.4 10-15
South Carolina Hagood 48.2 10-20
Georgia Haskell 48.7 10-18
Florida Howard 47.4 10-20
Northrup King Coker 6847 47.5 10-20
Northrup King S75-55 40.0 10-18
Pioneer 9711 39.8 10-18
Pioneer 9761 45.0 10-18
Mississippi Sharkey 40.7 10-13
Alabama Stonewall 43.0 10-16
Georgia Thomas 43.0 10-18
Mississippi Vernal 40.2 10-18

MATURITY GROUP VIII
Florida Cobb 46.6 10-26
Georgia Cook 47.2 10-21
Delta & Pine Land DP 3818 46.8 10-21
Florida Kirby 46.5 10-26
South Carolina Maxcy 47.3 10-20
Northrup King Coker 6738 51.3 10-20
Northrup King S83-30 50.3 10-21
South Carolina Perrin 45.2 10-22
Pioneer --------------9831 47.5 10-21
Average 44.4
LSD 0.05 7.8
CV (%0) 12.5
'Average of 4 replications.
Conducted by R.D. Barnett, A.R. Soffes Blount and J.F. Lasseter.














Table 22. Preliminary soybean variety performance for Quincy, FL, 1993.


Brand or Originating State Entry Yield' Maturity
Bu/A date

MATURITY GROUP V
Pioneer 9584 32.8 10-1


MATURITY GROUP VI

Georgia Bryan 40.4 10-16

Asgrow A6711 (XP 6711) 36.9 10-16

MATURITY GROUP VII

Florida Howard 46.4 10-20

Pioneer 9721 43.9 10-18

MATURITY GROUP VI
Georgia Cook 46.7 10-21

Florida Kirby 44.7 10-21

Average 41.7

LSD 0.05 4.5
CV (%) 7.3
'Average of 4 replications.
Conducted by: R.D. Bamett, A.R. Soffes Blount, and J.F. Lasseter.














Table 23. Soybean variety performance for Jay, FL, 1993 with high southern root-knot nematode exposure.

Brand or Originating State Entry Yield' Maturity Height Lodging Galling

Bu/A date inches 1-5 0-4
MATURITY GROUP V

Asgrow A5885 42.2 c-i* 10-7 30 1 0.1 d
Pioneer 9593 42.7 b-h 10-1 37 1 0.0 d
MATURITY GROUP VI
Asgrow A6297 38.3 f-i 10-8 33 1 2.3 a
Asgrow A6785 46.1 a-g 10-11 35 2 0.2 d
Asgrow A6961 39.7 e-i 10-11 35 1 1.2 b
Georgia Bryan 48.9 a-d 10-16 37 1 0.0 d
Arkansas Davis 36.9 h-i 10-4 37 2 1.3 b
Mississippi D87-4429 52.2 a 10-9 35 1 0.1 d
Mississippi D87-5870 41.4 d-i 10-8 30 2 0.0 d
Delta & Pine Land DP 3682 45.6 a-g 10-10 36 1 0.0 d
Georgia G83-198 50.8 ab 10-11 34 2 0.0 d
Northrup King S62-66 47.8 a-e 10-6 33 1 0.0 d
North Carolina Young 38.6 f-i 10-4 37 2 1.1 b

MATURITY GROUP VII
Asgrow A7986 40.5 d-i 10-24 37 2 0.9 be
Delta & Pine Land DP 3733 45.6 a-g 1017 35 1 0.1 d
South Carolina Hagood 50.1 a-c 10-25 37 2 0.0 d
Georgia Haskell 50.4 10-18 35 2 0.0 d
Florida Howard 48.0 a-e 10-17 36 2 0.3 cd
Northrup King Coker 6847 45.3 a-h 10-21 37 1 0.1 d
Northrup King S75-55 44.8 a-h 10-14 36 1 0.2 d
Pioneer 9711 48.0 a-e 10-17 35 2 0.0 d
Pioneer 9761 41.3 d-i 10-15 37 1 1.2 b
Mississippi Sharkey 37.7 g-i 10-12 37 2 1.0 b
Alabama Stonewall 44.2 a-h 10-14 36 1 1.0 b
Georgia Thomas 48.5 a-d 10-18 36 1 0.1 d
Mississippi Vernal 34.2 i 10-16 37 2 1.3 b














Table 23. Continued.


Brand or Originating State Entry Yield' Maturity Height Lodging2 Galling3
Bu/A date inches 1-5 0-4
MATURITY GROUP VIII

Florida Cobb 41.3 d-i 10-25 40 2 0.2 d
Georgia Cook 46.2 a-g 10-22 36 2 0.7 b-d
Delta & Pine Land DP 3818 45.9 a-g 10-25 39 2 0.2 d
Florida Kirby 46.4 a-f 10-24 37 2 0.1 d
South Carolina Maxcy 42.9 b-h 10-21 36 1 0.7 b-d
Northrup King Coker 6738 52.1 a 10-20 37 1 0.0 d
Northrup King S 83-30 52.1 a 10-25 39 2 0.1 d
South Carolina Perrin 45.1 a-h 10-25 37 2 0.2 d
Pioneer 9831 46.7 a-f 10-21 37 1 2.0 a
Average 44.8 36 1 0.5
SAverage of 4 replications.
2 Lodging: 1 = all plants erect to 5 = all plants prostrate.
3 Galling index: 0= no root galling to 4 = 76-100% of roots galled.
Means in the same column not followed by the same letter are significantly different at P = 0.05.
Conducted by: R.A. Kinloch and H.A. Peacock.














Table 24. Soybean variety performance for Jay, FL, 1993 with high peanut root-knot nematode exposure.

Brand or Originating State Entry Yield' Maturity Height Galling2
Bu/A date inches 0-4
MATURITY GROUP V

Asgrow A5885 13.2* 10-4 21 1.1*
Pioneer 9593 18.7 10-5 23 1.0
MATURITY GROUP VI

Asgrow A6297 22.8 10-8 21 1.7
Asgrow A6785 25.8 10-13 28 0.9
Asgrow A6961 15.9 10-13 25 1.1
Georgia Bryan 23.2 10-20 26 0.4
Arkansas Davis 17.0 10-6 25 1.4
Mississippi D87-4429 18.4 10-11 19 1.5
Mississippi D87-5870 14.3 10-10 15 2.0
Delta & Pine Land DP 3682 19.0 10-10 21 1.1
Georgia G83-198 22.5 10-12 16 1.3
Northrup King S62-66 14.8 10-7 20 1.8
North Carolina Young 20.6 10-5 27 1.6
MATURITY GROUP VII

Asgrow A7986 10.4 10-20 27 2.4
Delta & Pine Land DP 3733 12.6 10-16 23 1.7
South Carolina Hagood 21.3 10-17 30 1.5
Georgia Haskell 12.3 10-17 21 1.1
Florida Howard 18.0 10-17 25 1.0
Northrup King Coker 6847 21.6 10-23 26 0.7
Northrup King S75-55 29.3 10-19 28 0.6
Pioneer 9711 17.2 10-16 24 1.4
Pioneer 9761 18.0 10-15 24 1.0
Mississippi Sharkey 7.1 10-6 26 2.8
Alabama Stonewall 11.2 10-13 24 1.9
Georgia Thomas 14.5 10-17 21 1.6
Mississippi Vernal 9.0 10-17 26 2.5
MATURITY GROUP VIII

Florida Cobb 7.9 10-16 24 1.5
Georgia Cook 9.0 10-15 26 2.5
Delta & Pine Land DP 3818 15.9 10-17 26 1.0
Florida Kirby 18.9 10-24 30 1.3
South Carolina Maxcy 12.3 10-17 24 1.8
Northrup King Coker 6738 14.5 10-24 24 1.2
Northrup King S83-30 13.7 10-18 24 1.5
South Carolina Perrin 16.4 10-25 24 0.6
Pioneer 9831 14.2 10-18 26 2.2
SAverage of 4 replications.
2 Galling index: 0 = no root galling to 4 = 76-100% roots galled.
* Means in the same column are not significantly different at P = 0.05.
Conducted by: R.A. Kinloch and H.A. Peacock.














Table 25. Soybean variety performance for Jay, FL, 1993 with a low population soybean cyst nematode exposure.

Brand or Originating State Entry Yield' Maturity Height Lodging'

Bu/A date inches 1-5
MATURITY GROUP V

Asgrow A5885 23.1 f-k* 10-19 24 1
Pioneer 9593 30.8 a-k 10-1 23 1
MATURITY GROUP VI

Asgrow A6297 36.1 a-i 10-10 22 1
Asgrow A6785 28.1 c-k 10-14 25 1
Asgrow A6961 32.2 a-k 10-17 24 1
Georgia Bryan 33.1 a-j 10-20 24 1
Arkansas Davis 22.5 g-k 10-9 26 1
Mississippi D87-4429 28.3 b-k 10-16 21 1
Mississippi D87-5870 25.8 e-k 10-11 21 3
Delta & Pine Land DP 3682 32.0 a-k 10-13 23 1
Georgia G83-198 35.6 a-i 10-11 22 2
Northrup King S62-66 29.2 a-k 10-10 21 1
North Carolina Young 26.4 d-k 10-9 30 1

MATURITY GROUP VH
Asgrow A7986 19.7 i-k 10-23 28 1
Delta & Pine Land DP 3733 45.0 a-b 10-17 28 1
South Carolina Hagood 45.6 a 10-21 32 1
Georgia Haskell 21.6 h-k 10-18 26 1
Florida Howard 39.1 a-g 10-19 28 1
Northrup King Coker 6847 39.9 a-f 10-25 26 1
Northrup King S75-55 37.5 a-h 10-18 28 1
Pioneer 9711 40.2 a-e 10-17 29 1
Pioneer 9761 43.1 a-d 10-18 28 1
Mississippi Sharkey 43.4 a-c 10-16 33 1
Alabama Stonewall 40.2 a-e 10-19 30 1
Georgia Thomas 40.5 a-e 10-18 30 1
Mississippi Vernal 26.4 d-k 10-25 34 1

MATURITY GROUP VIII
Florida Cobb 15.7 k 10-21 28 1
Georgia Cook 26.7 c-k 10-20 31 1
Delta & Pine Land DP 3818 31.0 a-k 10-22 27 1
Florida Kirby 36.0 a-i 10-24 31 1
South Carolina Maxcy 30.1 a-k 10-22 23 1
Northrup King Coker 6738 37.0 a-h 10-21 24 1
Northrup King S83-30 32.4 a-k 10-25 25 1
South Carolina Perrin 16.5 j-k 10-21 28 1
Pioneer 9831 31.3 a-k 10-19 28 1
'Average of 4 replications.
Lodging: 1 = all plants erect to 5 = all plants prostrate.
* Means in the same column not followed by the same letter are significantly different at P = 0.05.
Conducted by: R.A. Kinloch and H.A. Peacock.