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Small Grain Variety Trials

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Performance of Small Grain Varieties in Alabama, 2019-2020

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...

Performance of Small Grain Varieties in Alabama, 2018-2019

“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...

Performance of Small Grain Varieties in Alabama, 2016-2017

“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...

Performance of Wheat & Oat Varieties in Alabama, 2015-2016

“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...

2012-2013 Performance of Small Grain Varieties in Alabama

K.M. Glass, E. van Santen, and K. Bowen Advisor, Natl. Res. Prog. and Professor, Dept. of Agronomy and Soils and Professor, Dept. of Entomology and Plant Pathology, Auburn University, AL 36849. Introduction The large number of commercially available varieties of...

1991-1992 Alabama performance of small grain varieties

D.L. Thurlow, W.C. Johnson, and K.M. Glass1 INTRODUCTIONThe large number of commercially available varieties of wheat, oat, rye, barley, and triticale makes it difficult for growers to select varieties most suited for their particular area of the State. Making...

Small grain variety report 1981-1982

Cliff G. Currier 1 IntroductionWheat, oats, barley, and rye are tested annually at several locations throughout Alabama by the Alabama Agricultural Experiment Station. These tests are designed to provide information on relative performance of varieties in given...

Small grain variety report 1980-1981

Cliff G. Currier 1 Introduction Wheat, oats, barley, and rye are tested annually at several locations throughout Alabama by the Alabama Agricultural Experiment Station. These tests are designed to provide information on relative performance of varieties in given...

Small Grain Variety Report 1978-1979

Cliff G. Currier 1  Wheat, oats, barley, and rye are tested annually at several locations throughout Alabama by the Auburn University Agricultural Experiment Station. These tests are designed to provide information on relative performance of varieties in given regions...

Small grain variety report 1977-1978

.Cliff G. Currier and Emmett L. Cardenl /Wheat, oats, barley, and rye are tested annually at several locations throughout Alabama by the Auburn University Agricultural Experiment Station. The tests are designed to provide information on relative performance of...

1976-1977 small grain variety report

Emmett L. CardenWheat, rye,oats, and barley are tested annually at several locations throughout Alabama by the Auburn University Agricultural Experiment Station. The tests are designed to provide information on relative performance of varieties in given regions of the...

Small grain variety report 1975-1976

Emmett L. CardenWheat, rye, oats, and barley are tested annually at several locations throughout Alabama by the Auburn University Agricultural Experiment Station.  The tests are designed to provide information on relative performance of varieties in given regions of...

Small grain variety report 1974-1975

David H. TeemSmall grain varieties were tested during the 1974-75 season by the Auburn University Agricultural Experiment Station at 13 locations in the State. These tests were conducted to furnish information on the relative performance of varieties and not as an...

1973-1974 small grain variety report

David H. TeemOat, wheat, barley, and rye varieties were tested during the 1973-74 season by the Auburn University Agricultural Experiment Station at 13 locations in the State. Tests were conducted to furnish information on the relative performance of varieties and not...

1972-1973 small grain variety report

David H. Teem Oat, wheat, barley, rye, and triticale varieties were tested during the 1972-73 season by the Auburn University Agricultural Experiment Station at 13 locations in the State. Tests were conducted to furnish information on the relative performance of...

1971-1972 small grain variety report

David H. Teem Oat, wheat, barley, rye, and triticale varieties were tested during the 1971-72 season by the Auburn University Agricultural Exreriment Station at 13 locations in the State. The 1971-72 growing season was characterized by an unusually warm season until...

1967-1968 small grain variety report

DAVID TEEM, Instructor of Agronomy and SoilsOAT, WHEAT, BARLEY, AND RYE varieties were tested during the 1967-68 season by the Auburn University Agricultural Experiment Station at 14 locations in the State.  Since small grains are grown for both forage and grain...

Small grain crops in Alabama 1931

R. Y. BAILEY AND J. L. SEAL INTEREST in small grain crops in Alabama is increasing due to the decline in the price of farm products, which emphasizes the need for producing feed and food crops at home. Cheap cotton and reduced purchasing power make it absolutely...

Variety tests of wheat 1918

E. F. CAUTHENOwing to the urgent need of wheat to meet the ,conditions that have grown out of the European War,the farmers of Alabama are advised to increase the wheat acreage-especially where the land is fairly welladapted to this important crop. They are advised to...

Wheat in Alabama 1914

J. F. DUGGAR AND E. F. CAUTHEN. SUMMARY.The most productive varieties of wheat as tested at the Alabama Experiment Station during the past sixteen years, have been the following, in order of rank: Alabama Blue Stem or Purple Straw, Red Wonder,Golden Chaff, Currell,...

Experiments with oats 1906

J. F. DUGGAR. Experiments extending over a period of ten years are -summarized in this bulletin.  The oat may be made a much more profitable crop in Alabama than it now is, provided farmers will make the two following innovations in the usual method of caring for the...

Experiments with oats 1898

BY J. F. DUGGAR. SUMMARY.Among a number of varieties of oats tested none was found superior in yield to the common Red Rust Proof oat.  Varieties which produced moderate yields of grains and relatively large ampunts of tall fine straw were Myer's Turf and Hatchett's...

Wheat 1892

A. J. BONDUR NAN, Agriculturist.JAS. CLAYTON, Assistant Agriculturist. In 1890 the Agricultural Experiment Station began some experiments in wheat culture. Application for varieties of wheat, was made to the Agricultural Department at Washington, D. C., but only two...

Corn, wheat and oats 1891

J. S. NEWMAN AND JAB. CLAYTON. Eighteen thoroughbred varieties of corn were planted, in plots, upon land practically uniform in productiveness. Four hundred pounds of cotton seed meal were broadcasted, per acre, before breaking the land. After breaking thoroughly with...

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