Arkansas cotton variety and strain tests, 1997

by F. M. Bourland

Publisher: Arkansas Agricultural Experiment Station in Fayetteville, Ark

Written in English
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StatementF.M. Bourland ... [et al.]
SeriesSpecial report -- 185., Special report (Arkansas Agricultural Experiment Station) -- no. 185.
ContributionsArkansas Agricultural Experiment Station.
The Physical Object
Pagination17 p. ;
Number of Pages17
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Open LibraryOL16013532M

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M Bourland. test. The primary purpose Arkansas cotton variety and strain tests the Commercial Cotton Strain Test is to evaluate advanced breeding lines that have not previously been tested in Arkansas environments. The Commercial Strain Test included 35 strains and two standard varieties (‘Stoneville ’ and ‘Sure-Grow ’).

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Tables 8—14 Tables 8 —14 depict the results of the Arkansas Cotton Variety Test. Varieties listed in these tables were tested the previous year in Arkansas.

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Cassatt Street Fayetteville, AR Phone: Fax: Email: [email protected] Results are presented of trials of 28 cotton cultivars in at Keiser (irrigated and non-irrigated), Clarkedale, Marianna (irrigated and non-irrigated) and Rohwer.

lint yields ranged from lb/acre at the non-irrigated Marianna site to lb at Keiser with irrigation. At Keiser lint yields ranged from lb in cv. Acala to lb in Stoneville with irrigation, and from. Arkansas Cotton Variety Test 5 density (no.

of trichomes/cm) as described by Bourland and Hornbeck (). Means for the six bracts were eval-uated as plot means. Tarnished Plant Bug: Entries in both variety tests were evaluated for response to TPB in a separate field at Keiser.

The TPB test included 8 replications of 1-row plots ( In67 cotton (Gossypium) entries, including 25 transgenic genotypes and 35 first-year entries, were evaluated at 6 sites in eastern Arkansas.

Among the top 10 yielding entries were 4 transgenic and 5 first-year entries. This report also includes the results of the Mississippi County Variety Test (an on-farm evaluation of selected varieties) and on-farm variety trials conducted by the.

Get this from a library. Arkansas cotton variety and strain tests, [S J Stringer; F M Bourland; Arkansas Agricultural Experiment Station.]. Research Series Arkansas Soil Fertility Studies (92 pages) Wayne E. Sabbe, editor. Research Series Arkansas Cotton Variety and Strain Tests (28 pages) F.M.

Bourland, G.M. Palmer, J.M. Hornbeck and C.D. Capps Jr. Research Series Horticultural Studies National Cotton Variety Test National Cotton Variety Test Crop Genetics & Production Research Unit P O Box Stoneville, MS () () (fax) Any time you see the cotton boll photograph as shown here, you may click on it to return to the top of the document.

National Cotton Variety Tests, Arkansas Cotton Variety Test 5 Tarnished Plant Bug. Entries in both variety tests were evaluated for response to TPB in a separate field at Keiser. The TPB test included 8 replications of 1-row plots (feet long on inch wide rows).

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The second and third areas focused on host plant resistance, specifically heat tolerance and resistance to tarnished plant bug. A method for evaluating heat tolerance is still being refined. Response of all entries in the Arkansas Cotton Variety Test, three Regional Strain Tests, and three Arkansas Strain Tests to tarnished plant bug was evaluated.

National Cotton Variety Test The National Cotton Variety Test is the compilation and publication of studies conducted over the entire cotton belt with structured regional tests included.

The NCVT has been in existence since and an archive is maintained. Home › ARKive Digital Repository › University Archives › U of A Publications › Arkansas Agricultural Experiment Station Research Series Arkansas Cotton Variety Tests Description. The Arkansas Cotton Variety Test was separated into two experiments, one with 32 entries that were evaluated in both and and one for 23 1st year entries.

Common check varieties were included in both experiments. Reported data include yield, lint percentage, plant height, open. Also, cotton varieties and breeding lines were evaluated in the Regional Breeders' Testing Network (24 entries), the Regional High Quality Strain Test (22 entries), the National Cotton Variety Test (10 entries), the Arkansas Transgenic Cotton Variety Test (65 entries at five sites), and the Arkansas Conventional Cotton Variety Test ( Project Methods The University of Arkansas Cotton Breeding Program of a step-wise progression from initial crosses to the release of germplasm and/or cultivars (Bourland, ; ).

Crosses are made in year 1 and F2 seed are increased in a winter nursery. Segregating populations are grown in years 2, 3, and 4 with modified single seed descent (SSD) selection made in years 2 and 3. Arkansas Cotton Variety County Tests. Arkansas Cotton Variety County Tests. Arkansas Cotton Variety Trial Data Tables.

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Arkansas Cotton Variety Test F.M. Bourland, A.B. Beach, and D.P. Roberts Jr.1 Introduction T he purpose of the University of Arkansas Cotton Variety Testing Program is to provide unbiased comparisons of cotton varieties and advanced breeding lines over a range of environments.

Data from these tests help to identify the potential. CiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill, Lee Giles, Pradeep Teregowda): 3The primary goal of the Arkansas Cotton Variety Test is to provide unbiased data regarding the agronomic performance of cotton varieties and advanced breeding lines in the major cotton-growing areas of Arkansas.

This information helps seed companies establish marketing strategies and assists producers in choosing. Get this from a library. East central Arkansas cotton variety tests for [J O Ware; Charles Hughes]. An Arkansas Web sitepublishes timely reports on variety tests in soybean, cotton, rice, wheat, corn and grain sorghum.

The testing is part of a continuing effort by UofA “to provide public, objective research without private company review, oversight or other influence.” Yield is not always the deciding factor in variety selection&nbsp.

The Arkansas Cotton Variety Test was sep-arated into two entry experiments, one for entries that were evaluated in both and and one for 1st year entries.

Three common check varieties were included in both experiments. Reported data include yield, lint.National rankings for Arkansas cotton includes 7th in lint yield per acre, 4th for production, and 4th for acres planted. Tips for Managing a Cereal Rye Cover Crop in Cotton.

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