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Title: Performance trials with sweet corn hybrids.
Series Title: Performance trials with sweet corn hybrids.
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Language: English
Creator: Guzman, V. L.
Publisher: Everglades Experiment Station
Place of Publication: Belle Glade, Fla.
Publication Date: 1966-1967
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Everglades Station Mimeo EES68-2 August, 1967

PERFORMANCE TRIALS WITH SWEET CORN HYBRIDS

V. L. Guzman-/


A replicated trial in the fall and one observational and one replicated in
the spring were conducted. In the observational trial o pr iTg7stage, those
hybrids which offer no possibility for fresh market were eliminate. In the
replicated trials, the most promising hybrids of the past season's screening
tests were compared in special designs and a reliable measure ipf-their adaptability
to this area was obtained.

Character of the weather during the trials
The fall test, Horticulture Experiment No. 540, was conducted from September
12 to November 23. Mean temperature during September was 800F with 4.92 inches
of rain after the experiment was seeded. Two inches of rain fell the day after
seeding and the experimental field was under water for several hours. Mean
temperature for October was 750F, and for November 690F. Rainfall for October
was 3.03 inches and for November 0.21 inches. Weather summary for the fall
season was continuous rains for five weeks following seeding with high tempera-
tures at the beginning of the season. This climate was conducive to heavy
insect and disease incidence. The corn plants made poor growth.

The spring test, Horticulture Experiment No. 550, was conducted from
February to May. Weather conditions were almost opposite to those of the fall.
Temperatures were on the rise from a mean of 63.2 for February to 71.8 for April.
Rainfall was very low except for 1.19 inches that occurred one week after
seeding. Growth of the corn was excellent and disease and insect damage was low.
There was a cold spell on February 24, 25 and 27 but no damage to the crop
occurred.

Location, planting and harvest dates
Experiment No. 540 was seeded September 12 and harvested November 17-23,
1966. Experiment 550 was seeded February 13 and harvested May 5-12, 1967. Both
experiments were conducted at Sam Senter Farm, Belle Glade.

Field plot technique
Single rows 40 feet long and 32 inches apart constituted the plot. In the
observational trial no replication was used. The replicated trial had four
replications arranged in a complete randomized block design. Two to three seeds
were planted using a hand planter device in hills 8 to 9 inches apart in the
bottom of a shallow furrow. When the plants reached 6-8 inches, thinning to one
plant per hill was accomplished by pulling the small extra plants. Yields were
secured from a single harvest from the middle 30 feet of each row.

Fertility conditions
The experimental fields had been cropped to sweet corn, celery and radishes
for the last three years. Soil analysis for Experiment 540 gave a pH of 7.7
with 6.3 pounds of phosphorus and 81 pounds of potassium. A 0-12-24 fertilizer
with 1.0% MnO, 0.5% CuO, 0.25% ZnO and 0.5% of B203 was broadcast in the amount
of 600 pounds per acre and the same fertilizer was banded at seeding time in the
amount of 500 pounds per acre. For Experiment 550, soil analysis gave a pH of
6.8 with 12 pounds of phosphorus and 129 pounds of potassium per acre after 1000
pounds of 0-15-5 was broadcast. In addition, 700 pounds per acre of 0-15-5 with
1.0% of MnO was banded at seeding.


1/ Horticulturist, Everglades Experiment Station, Belle Glade, Florida





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Weed, disease and, insect control
Four pounds of Vegadex per acre controlled weeds satisfactorily. The herbi-
cide was applied overall one day after seeding. One mechanical cultivation six
weeks from seeding supplemented the chemical control of weeds. Routine applications
of Manzate and insecticides by the farmer-cooperator gave excellent control of
blight and insects. Relatively cool temperatures and lack of rain kept leaf
blight incidence very low.

Results
Comments on hybrid performance are restricted to the most promising, which
may deserve further trials. Table 1 summarizes the data for the fall experiment,
and tables 2 and 3 for the spring experiment. In the fall, the weather complicated
very seriously the insect and disease complex, resulting in poor plant growth.
In most instances plant stand was satisfactory, but a large number of plants
failed.to yield ears of standard grade. Incidence of corn stem weevil was wide-
spread and many plants developed lesions in the lower part of the stem. These
plants which did not die remained stunted and unproductive. In the fall experiment,
hybrid 3373 produced 256 crates per acre, the highest yield, with ears of good
appearance. This hybrid was previously tested during the spring with satisfactory
results as to ear appearance and yields. However, it was only slightly more
resistant to leaf blight than lobelle and less than 106. This hybrid was also
slightly taller and had more suckers than lobelle. During the fall it tended to
lean slightly, which may interfere with mechanical harvesting. Hybrids E4D5 and
E6D7, which are related to 3373, also gave relatively high yields but significantly
less than 3373. This may suggest that these hybrids had some adaptability for
the fall crop. Hybrids 106, E5570, Golden Eagle and XP299 produced slightly
superior yields to most of the hybrids tested, but all were significantly inferior
to 3373. It should be pointed out that leaf blight ratings may not have the
same relationship during the fall and spring, because the predominant organism
during the fall is H. maydis and bacterial blight and during the spring, H.
turcicum. It is possible that some hybrids have slightly more resistance to the
predominant organisms during the fall or vice versa.

In the spring replicated trials, all hybrids produced high yields comparable
to lobelle, 106 and Wintergreen. Hybrid Seneca XP 165 was the highest yielder,
422 crates per acre, but on the average graded only 75% fancy ears and the husked
ear appearance was relatively poor. Hybrids XP299, R-100, 3373, E6D7, E5570,
E5565, and E5575C graded 90, or above of Fancy ears and the appearance was
satisfactory to good. These hybrids have different tolerances to leaf blight,
but during this season it was difficult to see minor differences because blight
incidence was very low and occurred only at the end of the growing period.

In the observational trials no hybrids surpassed lobelle, 106A and 107 in all
characteristics studied. There were a few, however, that may deserve further
trial. Hybrids Cr 344, Cr 330, E5575A, Seneca, M-100, XP336, and NK 51036
produced satisfactory yields with ears of good appearance. Hybrid Cr 330, for
instance, was quite tolerant to leaf blight, produced yields similar to lobelle
with 90% of Fancy ears but the ears were hard to pull. This could be a detri-
mental factor for machine harvest. Other promising hybrids were: Seneca XP160,
XP337, and NK 75.





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Key for hybrid sweet corn tables

Source of seed: Name of company or individual supplying the seed; ASG Asgrow
Seed, Milford, Conn.; F.M. Ferry Morse Seed Co., Salinas, California; J.H. -
Joseph Harris Seed Co., Rochester, N.Y.; Rob Robson Seed Farms, Hall, N.Y.;
Rog Rogers Bros. Seed Co., Caldwell, Idaho; SRS Seed Research Specialists,
Gilroy, California; A.C. Abbott and Cobb, Philadelphia, Pa.; Cro Crookham
Seed Co., Caldwell, Idaho; N.K. Northrup King & Co., Minneapolis, Minn.

Days to maturity: Number of days from planting to harvest estimated by examining
10 ears and determining the day when the majority will reach optimum market
maturity.

Husk over ear tip: Approximate length of the husk over the tip of the ear.
A 1 indicates that the husk is shorter than one inch. A 2 indicates that the
husk is about 1 inch and a 3 that the husk is longer than one inch.

Flag length: Estimated as mean flag length of 10 ears: 1 = shorter than 6 inches,
2 = about six inches and 3 = longer than 6 inches.

Ear length (inches): Mean ear length of 10 randomly selected marketable husked
ears per variety and replication.

Ear diameter (centimeters): Mean ear diameter of 10 husked ears, measured about
2.5 inches from the ear butt per variety and replication.

Unfilled ear tip (inches): Mean length of unfilled tip of 10 randomly selected
marketable ears per plot.

Number of rows (majority): Number of kernel rows of 10 randomly selected ears
reported as a majority number.

Number of plants harvested: Number of plants producing ears in a 30 foot row.

Plant stand: Number of plants in a 30 foot row.

Marketable number of ears per plant: Total number of U.S. Fancy and U.S. No. 1
ears
Number of plants harvested.

Percentage U.S. Fancy ears: Number of U.S. Fancy ears in 10 ear samples taken at
random from the marketable ear class per variety and replication, reported as
percent.

Crates per acre: Estimated from thenumber of U.S. Fancy ears (5 doz/crate).

Tons per acre: Estimated from the total weight of U.S. Fancy and No. 1 ears.

Taste: One person's opinion on eatability of the ears judged from the taste of
raw fresh kernels: 1 = poor to 5 = very good.

Appearance: One person's opinion on husked appearance of the ears: 1 = poor,
to 5 = excellent.





Table 1.--Replicated Sweet Corn Performance Trials Conducted on Sam Senter Farm, Belle
12 and harvested November 17-23, 1966. (Experiment 540)


Glade, Florida. Seeded September


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Varieties ) o 43 B


1. 104 CR 72. 11.9 7.1 11 23 079 29 90 93 1.8 7.4 4.20 0.2 2 3 14 3 4 3.0
2. 106 F1 70 13.0 9.1 14 26 0.72 36 77 119 2-3 7.8 4.08 0.2 2 1 14 4 4 2.0
3. R100 Rog 72 08.8 3.3 05 14 0.70 20 70 42 0.8 7.6 4.08 0.4. 3 3 12 5 3 3.5
,5. .inter Green ASG 66 10.3 3.8 06 27 0.72 37 J72 51 0.9 7.6 3.90 0.3 2 2 14 3 3 3.0
6. Northern Belle 8M JH 66 08.8 2.8 04 32 0.82 39 40 34 0.7. 6.5 4.03 0.3 1 3 14 2 1 3.0
7. Gold Cup 82-L JH 67 14.4 6.5 12 27 0.84 32 85 02 1.6 7.3 3.90 0.3 1 3 14 3 3 2.5
8. Gold Cup 118G JH 7 4075 3 07 16 0.0 40 60 59 0.9 7.4 4.03 0.6 1 1 14 4 24.5
9. Golden Eagle H 66 15.3 7.8 14 0 78 37 82 9 1.9 7.3 4.13 0.4 1 2 14 3 3 3.0
10. 3373 SRS 70 22.8 20.. 30 35 0.83 42 82 256 5.1 8.1 4.28 3.3 3 1 14 3 3 2.0
11. E6D7 SRS 70 13.8 9.0 14 25 0.73 34 72 19 2.3 7.4 4.28 o.6 2 2 16 3 2 3.0
12. E5535 66 07.6 3.4 06 19 0.55 34 72 51 0.8 7.0 4.18 3.3 2 2 14 2 2 4.0
13. E3595 72 05.5 5.9 08 12 0.40 30 65 68 1.5 7.9 4.20 0.7 2 2 14 3 3 3.0
14. E3570 FM 72 03.3 9.4 4 06 0.20 33 65 34 0.6 7.5 4.03 3.8 2 2 14 3 23.0
15. E3107B 72 10.4 6.5 10 20 0.57 35 82 85 1.6 8.3 4.25 0.4 1 2 16 3 3 2.0
16. 3107A FG 72 11.3 5.5 09 24 0.60 40 75 76 1.4 8.3 4.18 0.5 1 1 16 3 3 2.5
17. oE3596 FM 72 12.4 6.8 10 23 0.58 39 70 85 1.7 8.3 4.18 0.4 116 3 13 2.5
18. E5570 FM 72 15.6 8.8 14 29 0.82 35 92 119 2.2 8.1 4.08 0.4 2 3 14 3 3 2.5
19. E5560 cF 728 04.0 2.0 03 09 0.23 38 72 25 0 5 7.9 3.98 0.3 2 1 16 3 3 3.5
20. Seneca 125 W.Silk Rob 66 05.8 1.8 02 18 0.45 40 55 17 0.4 6.8 3.85 0.2 1 2 14 2 1 4.5
21. E5565 ME 72 07.5 1.6 03 14 0.38 36 45 25 0.4 7.3 3.85 0.4 1 2 14 3 3 4.0
2. E5550 FM 72 07.8 3.8 05 12 0.30 39 80 42 0.9 7.4 4.18 0.2 3 2 14 3 2.5

23. E4D5 SRS 72 18.1 10.8 19 34 0.89 38 62 62 2.7 .8.1 4.08 0.6 3 2 12 3 2 2.5
LSD .05 3.6 47
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Table 2.--Yellow Sweet Corn Replicated Variety
May 2-12, 1967 (Experiment 550).


Trials Conducted on Sam Senter's Farm, Belle Glade, Florida. Harvested


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1. lok cR 84 30.6 29.5 40 41 0.97 42 95 360 8.0 7.4 4.58 0.2 2-5 3.0 16 3 4 2.O 18 0.9
0 Rog 86 .5 .8 39 1.07 95 383 8.8 7.7 .55 0. .8 3.0 1 1.5 1 1.9
S3 3 3 33 03 15 3 14 3 1.5 15 1.
SED5 84 24.3 .8 36 36 .00 37 75 32 4 3 35 17 2.6
8. E6D SRS 84 30.0 9.5 0 36 1.11 37 95 363 8. 7.8 4.56 .1 1. 16 3 2.0 15 1.5









9- Seneca XP165 Rob 85 36.5 35.0 46 38 1.33 39 75 422 9.8 7-7 4.37 0.5 2.8 2.3 16 3 w 1.5 19 1.5
0. E3107B 85 8.5 0.5 38 39 0.97 40 70 351 7.5 8. .02 1.0 2.3 16 3 2 1.5 19 1




E3570 86 26. 4.3 35 35 1. 38 80 315 6.8 8. 4.31 0.5 2.8 1.5 14 3 > H 3 0.5 19 0
P5-ftI) M P to H e W H H 0 'r- 3 6p -4- ) 2C





2. E5570 m 85 9.5 8.8 37 38 0.97 38 90 342 7.8 8.1 4.H 0 0.5 .3 3.0 16 3 3 1.o 2 1.5
14. E5565 84 O 3.5 36 36 37 9 333 6.5 7.8 3 .8 3. 3.0 16 3 3 1. 18 1.7
d f CS 5 C -. C H -jI Cd .q
Hybrids 0 Cd H9 9C A Cdc 1 0 H -i CP4 H A 4 2 M -

1. 1504 CR 84 30.6 29.5 40 41 0.97 42 95 360 8.0 7.4 4.58 0.2 2.5 3.0 16 3 4 2.0 18 .09
2. XP299 ASG 85 29.8 30.8 42 42 1.00 43 100 383 7.8 8.0 4.37 0.2 15 3.0 14 2 4 2.0 21 1.8
3. R-100 Rog 86 33.5 32.8 42 39 1.07 40 95 383 8.8 7.7 4.55 0.4 2.8 3.0 14 4 4 1.5 21 1.9
4. Golden Eagle LS JH 78 24.3 23.8 36 36 10.9 38 85 324 6.5 7.3 4.27 0.5 2.5 3.0 16 3 3 1.0 15 2.6
5. Winter Green ASG 84 25.5 25.5 40 40 1.00 41 75 367 6.8 7.1 4.27 0.3 2.8 3.0 14 3 3 1.0 16 1.3
6. 3373(SRx205) SRS 84 26.8 26.5 37 35 1.05 37 90 331 7.0 7.9 4.51 0.3 1.5 23. 14 3 3 1.5 15 1.8
7. E4D5 SRS 84 24.3 22.8 36 36 1.00 37 75 324 6.3 6.1 4.23 0.7 3.0 1.8 14 3 2 3.5 17 2.6
8. E6D7 SRS 84 30.0 29.5 40 36 1.11 37 95 363 8.0 7.8 4.56 0.1 1.0 1.0 16 3 4 2.0 15 1.5
9. eneca XP65 Rob 85 36 350 46 38 1.33 39 75 422 9.8 7.7 4.37 0.5 2.8 2.3 16 3 2 1.5 19 1.5
10. E3107B FM 85 28.5 20.5 38 39 0.97 40 70 351 7.5 8.2 4.02 1.1 1.0 2.3 16 3 2 1.5 19 1.3
11. E3570 FM 86 26.0 24.3 35 35 1.00 38 80 315 6.8 8.0 4.31 0.5 2.8 1.5 14 3 3 0.5 19 1-0
12. E5570 FM 85 29.5 28.8 37 38 0.97 38 90 342 7.8 8.1 4.20 0.5 2.3 3.0 16 3 3 1.0 22 1.5
13. E3596 FM 84 28.8 27.5 38 37 1.02 38 85 345 7.5 7.9 4.25 0.4 1.0 3.0 14 3 2 0.5 20 1.3
14. E5565 FM 84 24.0 23.5 36 36 1.00 37 90 333 6.5 7.8 4.32 0.8 3.0 3.0 16 3 3 1.0 18 1.7
15- E5550 FM 84 27.0 26.3 35 37 0.94 38 85 333 7.0 7.8 4.32 0.4 2.8 3.0 16 3. 3 2.0 19 2.0
16. E5545A FM 81 27.0 26.0 33 35 0.94 35 65 308 7.0 7.9 4.56 1.1 2.5 3.0 18 2 2 2.0 16 0.5
17. E5575C FM 86 26.3 25.0 36 37 0.97 38 90 331 6.8 7.9 4.39 0.1 3.0 1.3 14 3 4 1.5 19 1.1
18. E5555 FM 84 32.5 28.5 45 34 1.32 35 75 360 7.8 7.8 4.21 0.5 2.8 3.0 16 3 2 2.0 21 1.4
19. E5535 FM 84 30.0 29.5 36 36 1.00 37 55 331 8.0 7.7 4.62 0.9 2.8 3.0 16 3 1 1.5 14 1.0
20. o106 FM 84 24.8 24.3 35 35 1.00 36 95 324 6.5 7.9 4.43 0.2 2.8 1.3 14 2 5 2.0 17 1.2
LSD .05 3.9 57
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Table 3.-Yellow Sweet Corn Observational Variety Trials Conducted on Sam Senter Farm, Belle Glade, Florida. Harvested
May 2-12, 1967 (Experiment 550).

rd
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ta a B
S. ,.-. ,, 03
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4- 0 ri 40 +4 U W H 0
u o *, 0 U o) 4 U. H r 3 5 Cd
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0 cCc r.l C3 ca M to 4 -H
Hybrids A Pal, 0
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Florigold 106A
Florigold 107
Silver Queen
R62519
R62506
R62852
R62856
R62536
R62567-
R62500
R62853
R62849
R62474
R62817
R62855
CR343
CR344
CR330
cR345
E5585
E5575A
5Mooo
Seneca XP150
Seneca MK100
Seneca MK125


FM
FM
Rog
Rog
Rog
Rog
Rog
Rog
Rog
Rog
Rog
Rog
Rog
Rog
Rog
CR
CR
CRf
CR
FM
FM
Cor
Rob
Rob
Rob


27.5
26.5
38.5
30.0
33.3
30.5
32.5
36.0
34.0
38.5
26.5
31.0
24.5
30.3
30.0
35.8
27.8
30.0
34.5
20.0
26.3
37.5
28.0
30.5
29.8


26.3
26.0
37.0
29.8
33.0
30.5
32.3
34.3
34.0
32.3
25.8
30.5
24.0
29.5
28.0
35.5
27.5
29.0
34.0
19.0
25.0
35.5
27.5
28.5
26.0


1.2
1.5
1.1
.1.0
1.8
0.4
0.6
1.0
1.4
2.5
0.9
0.5
2.4k-
0.0
1.7
1.4
1.1
1.3
0.8
2.2
1.9
1.91
1.1I
1.2
1.8


23
21
24
22
19
14
16
23
23
17
24
17
19
22
15
18
20
17
23:
2.
18
19
14
19
17


37
41
42
45
41
42
44
46
45
40
39
h40
:41
45
41.
48
39
40
46
29
38
44
44
44
36


1.10 38 90
1.0o0 41 1lo00


42
46
43
44
44
46
45
45
39
40
44
47
43
48
40
41
46
30
38
44
44
44
39


100
70
60
40
70
80
70
80
40
80
70
60
60
80
80
90
80
.80
90
60
90
90
70


1.21
1.00
1.48
0.97
1.00
0.93
1.00
1.10
1.00
1.00
1.09
1.oo0
0.97
1.o4
1.00
1.00
i.13
1.17
1.00
1.31
1.00
0.95
1.11


21.
22.
23.
24.
25.
26.
27.
28.
29.
30.
31.
32.
33.
34.
35.
36.
37.
38.
39.
40.
41.
42.
43.
44.
45.


372
372
463
409
390
372
399
390
409
399
354
363
409
409
363
454
354
363
472
;309
,345
527
399
381
363


7.1
7.0
7.3
8.1
8.9
8.1
8.7
9.3
9.2
8.7
.7.0
8.2
6.5
8.0
7.6
9.6
7.4
7.8
9.2
.5.1
,6.8
9.6
7.4
7.7
7.0


8.0
7.5
8.0
7.8
8.0
7.8
7.8
7.8
7.8
7.0
7.2
8.0
6.8
7,3
7.5
8.0
7.8
8.0
7.5
7.5
7.8
7.5
7.0
7.2
7.0


4.40
4.25
4.70
4.55
4.55
4.60
4.55
4.60
4.70
4.40
4.60
4.50
4.30o
4.55
4.40
4.55
4.60
4.70
4.35
4.20
4.20
4.60
4.50
4.40
4.50


0.2
0.0
0.3
1.2
0.6
1.5
1.5
1.0
1.0
0.3
1.0
0.4
0.3
1.0
1.2
0.6
0.2
0.3
0.4
0.3
0.1
1.2
0.3
0.3
0.3


3 1
2 1
3 3
2 3
3 3
3 3
1 3
3 3
3 3
2 3
2 3
2 3
*2 3
23
2 3
1 3
1 2
2 3
2 2
2 1
1 2
3 2
3 3
3 3


14
14
16
16
16
16
18
16
16
16
16
16
16
18
16
16
16
16
16
14
14
18
14
18
16


2 4
3 5
5 4:
3 3
4 3
3 2
3 2
4 3
4 27
3 3
,3 1
3 3
3 3
3 2.
3 2
3 3
2 4
3 4
3 4
3 3
3 4
3 2
3 3
3 3
3 3


1.0
2.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
0.5
1.0
2.5
2.0
0.5
0.5
2.5
0.5
0.5
1.5.
0.5
1.0
3.0
3.0 :
3.0
3.0
1.5
2.0
2.0







Table 3.--Continued


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337 ASG 8 32.8 31.0 0.4 20 87 37 1.18 38 90 399 8.4 8. .30 0.3 3 3 1 3 3 .5



48. .Burban AB 84 30.5 28.5 37 1.5 16 87 33 1.12 33 30 336 7.7 8.3 5.10 1.5 3 2 20 1 w 2.0
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50. EXP5859 NK 88 35.5 33.3 38 1.4 18 103 38 1.00 38 80 345 9.0 8.0 5.10 1.O 1 16 3 2 2.0
51. MEP5862 NK 81 28.0 27.0 36 0.9 19 76 38 0.94 38 80 327 73 7.8 4.60 0.3 3 3 12 3 2 3.5
52. G et NK 8 .5 6. 34 .8 19 79 33 103 35 60 309 7 75 50 1 1 18 3 2 25
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53 NK75 NK 80 240 235 36 09 13 75 35 103 90 327 63 75 5 3 3 14 3 3 3

56. EXP 9 8 323 3 39 18 19 86 39 10 39 30 354 87 95 4.70 1.5 1118 3 1 4.0
Hybrids I Q V- E-4 g Ep P





57. XP33681 NK 84 27.5 25.0 39 12.0 19 84 33 1.18 35 100 3354 56 6 .8 4.30 0.2 3 3 16 3 3 4 2.0
47. XP337 ASG 84 32.8 31o.0 44 0.4 20 87 37 1.18 38 90 399 8.4 8.0 4.30 0.3 3 3 14 3 3 2.5
48. Burbank AB 84 30.5 28.5 37 1.5 16 87 33 1.12 33 30 336 7.7 8.3 5.10 1.5 3 2 20 1 1 2.0
49. EXP5849 NK 86 31.5 30.5 39 1.7 23 90 39 1.00 42 80 354 8.2 8.2 4.45 0.4 3 1 16 3 3 4.o
50. EXP5859 NK 88 35.5 33.3 38 1.4 18 03 38 1.00 38 80 345 9.0 8.0 5.10 1.0 1 1 16 3 2 2.0
51. EXP5862 NK 81 28.0 27.0 36 0.9 19 76 38 0.94 38 80 327 7.3 7.8 4.60 0.3 3 3 12 3 2 3.5
52. Gourmet NK 84 26.5 26.0 34 0.8 19 79 33 1.03 35 60 309 7.0 7.5 5.00 1.2 1 2 18 3 2 2.5
53. NK75 NK 80 24.0 23.5 36 0.9 13 75 35 1.03 40 90 327 6.3 7.5 4.40 0.5 3 3 14 3 3 3.5
54. nK51036 NK 84 25.0 24.5 33 1.0 20 82 34 0.97 35 90 299 6.6 7.5 4.55 0.2 3 3 14 3 4 1.0
55. Golden Valley NK 86 26.8 25.5 35 2.2 17 87 37 0.94 37 90 318 6.9 7.5 4.50 0.2 2 2 16 2 3 4.0
56. EXP5299 ,c 86 32.3 32.0 39 1.8 19 86 39 1.00 39 30 354 8.7 9.5 4.70 1.5 1 1 18 3 1 4
57. UK 81 NK 84 23.0 21.0 39 1.8 19 84 33 1.18 35 70 354 5.7 6.8 4.65 0.2 3 3 16 3 3 4.0









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