“The mission of the Alabama Variety Testing Program is to provide research-based, unbiased results on the performance of various crop hybrids, cultivars, and varieties to the agricultural community in our state. We are intent on conducting these trials in a manner that will result in maximum biological yield through methods common to the top-producing farms in Alabama. We are committed to providing this information in a rapid, timely manner for its use during the decision-making process. The success of the program rests upon our ability to help Alabama producers provide a safe, dependable source of food and fiber for all families as well as economic sustainability for theirs.”
Performance of Wheat Varieties in Alabama, 2016 by K. M. Glass1, C. D. Monks, B. Ortiz, and J. Brasher
1Agric. Program Assoc.; Prof. & Crops Agronomist; Assoc. Prof. & Wheat & Feed Grains Agronomist; Res. Ext. Assoc., resp. Dept. of Crop, Soil & Environmental Sciences1, Auburn University, AL 36849
Wheat and oat variety tables including trial location, soil texture, planting date, and harvest dates.