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Ohio Corn Performance Tests and recommendations, 1942

G. H. Stringfield

Ohio Corn Performance Tests and recommendations, 1942

by G. H. Stringfield

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Published by Ohio Agricultural Experiment Station in Wooster, Ohio .
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    Subjects:
  • Corn -- Ohio -- Field experiments,
  • Corn -- Ohio -- Seeds -- Testing,
  • Corn -- Ohio -- Varieties

  • Edition Notes

    Cover title

    StatementG.H. Stringfield, R.D. Lewis, and H.L. Pfaff
    SeriesSpecial circular / Ohio Agricultural Experiment Station -- no. 66, Special circular (Ohio Agricultural Experiment Station) -- no. 66
    ContributionsLewis, R. D, Pfaff, H. L
    The Physical Object
    Pagination37 p. :
    Number of Pages37
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15228832M

    Ohio Corn Performance Test Preliminary Results Now Available On-Line. C.O.R.N. Newsletter is a summary of crop observations, related information, and appropriate recommendations for Ohio crop producers and industry. C.O.R.N. Newsletter is produced by the Ohio State University Extension Agronomy Team, state specialists at The Ohio. recommendations to produce a high yielding, fields is used to improve and refine production recommendations to meet the needs of Arkansas corn farmers, in addition to identifying areas in need of more research. Through the growing season, 27 corn fields had been enrolled in the Ohio Missouri Tennessee Texas

      The fields where the Ohio Corn Performance Test (OCPT) were planted are no exception. Extraordinary rainfall accumulation has occurred at nearly all OCPT sites. Rainfall accumulations from May 15 to July (and there’s been more since then) range from to inches at test sites in the southwest/west central/central region. Yields at Ohio Corn Performance Test (OCPT) test sites paralleled the record yields reported across the state in Averaged across hybrid entries in the early- and full-season tests, yields were bushels per acre in the Southwest/West-Central/Central region, bushels per acre in the Northwest region and bushels per acre in the.

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Ohio Corn Performance Tests and recommendations, 1942 by G. H. Stringfield Download PDF EPUB FB2

Ohio Corn Performance Tests and recommendations, View/ Open. OARDC_special_circular_npdf (Mb) Lewis, R. Pfaff, H. Subjects (LCSH): Corn -- Ohio -- Field experiments Corn -- Ohio -- Seeds -- Testing Corn -- Varieties -- Ohio. Issue Date: Metadata Show full item record. Publisher: Ohio Agricultural Experiment by: 1.

Ohio Cooperative corn performance tests. Wooster, Ohio: Ohio Agricultural Experiment Station, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, State or province government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: G H Stringfield; R D Lewis; H L Pfaff.

Ohio Corn Performance Test. R.J. Minyo Jr. 1, A.B. Geyer 1, P.R. Thomison 1, B.L. Bishop 2, and D.G. Lohnes 2 Ohio Corn Performance Test, 1 Department of Horticulture and Crop Science and 2 Information Technology, The Ohio State University, Ohio.

Ohio Corn Performance Test, Results, Horticulture and Crop Science Dept. Series No. Progress 01/01/98 to 12/31/98 Outputs Two hundred and thirty one corn hybrids were evaluated under Ohio field conditions at eleven sites in Ohio that represent major corn growing environments.

The Piketon, Greenville, Mt. Gilead, and Wooster sites were. In JanuaryOhio State University / Ohio Agriculture Research and Development Center was approached by a representative of the organic seed industry inquiring if an organic corn performance test would be possible. Organic seed suppliers were contacted to gauge their interest and gather input on test.

The purpose of the Ohio Crop Performance Trials is to evaluate varieties, brands and blends for yield, and other characteristics.

The results are published to provide a source of objective information from various locations in Ohio on the relative performance of seed currently available to Ohio farmers on several crops: Alfalfa and other forages, Corn, Silage, Soybeans, and Wheat. Details are given in 16 tables of maize yield trials carried out in in Ohio.

Data from 49 tests are included and there were 20 entries (including both hybrids and open-pollinated varieties) in each test. In no test did an open-pollinated variety yield as well as the best hybrids.

Many of the best hybrids were still in the experimental stage and not yet in commercial production. C.O.R.N.

Newsletter is a summary of crop observations, related information, and appropriate recommendations for Ohio crop producers and industry. C.O.R.N. Newsletter is produced by the Ohio State University Extension Agronomy Team, state specialists at The Ohio State University and the Ohio Agricultural Research and Development Center (OARDC).

The Ohio State University. D.B. Mengel, Purdue University. FOREWORD. When fertilizer first became readily available in the s, university researchers began to conduct field stud­ ies, develop soil tests and make fertil­ izer recommendations. One of the early publications in the tri-state region was “How to Fertilize Corn Effectively.

Ohio State University Extension/Ohio Agricultural Research & Development Center Department of Horticulture and Crop Science SeriesOhio State University, Columbus, OH. The purpose of the Ohio Corn Performance Test (OCPT) is to evaluate corn hybrids for grain yield and other important agronomic characteristics.

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East Central Ohio Corn Performance: Corn: Comparison of Strip-Tillage and Conventional Tillage in Corn Production: Corn: Relationship Between Seeding Rates and White Mold Development in Soybeans: Soybean: Soybean Seeding Rates in Inch Rows: Soybean: Topics: Corn -- Ohio -- Field experiments, Corn -- Ohio -- Seeds -- Testing, Corn -- Varieties -- Ohio, Ohio, corn, field experimentation, seeds.

after October 20th in parts of southern Ohio and near Lake Erie around Cleveland (Figure ). In spring, the median date of the last freeze ranges from around April 15th in southern Ohio to April 25th in northern Ohio. However, in far northwest Ohio and northeast Ohio this date often is not reached until early May (Figure ).

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Pfaff, H. Subjects (LCSH): Corn -- Ohio -- Field experiments Corn -- Ohio -- Seeds -- Testing Corn -- Varieties -- Ohio. Issue Date: Metadata Show full item record. Publisher: Ohio Agricultural Experiment. Corn -- Ohio -- Seeds -- Testing Corn -- Varieties -- Ohio. Issue Date: Metadata Show full item record.

Other Titles: The Ohio cooperative corn performance tests. Publisher: Ohio Agricultural Experiment Station. Series/Report no.: Ohio Agricultural Experiment Station. Special circular. Type: Text. Genre: Article. URI.

SmartStax® RIB Complete® corn blend is not allowed to be sold for planting in the Cotton-Growing Area. See the IRM/Grower Guide for additional information. Always read and follow IRM requirements. Performance may vary, from location to location and from year to year, as local growing, soil and weather conditions may vary.

Growers should. Table 1. A regional overview of the early maturity Ohio Corn Performance Test. Table 2. A regional overview of the full season Ohio Corn Performance Test. Remember, confidence in test results increases with the number of years and the number of locations in which the hybrid was tested.

It’s important for all Ohio students to receive an equal opportunity to earn their high school diploma and the supports needed to reach this goal. The Ohio Department of Education (Department) commits to providing these supports for national origin minority English learner students.

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In the Ohio Corn Performance Test C.O.R.N. Newsletter is a summary of crop observations, related information, and appropriate recommendations for Ohio crop producers and industry.

C.O.R.N. Newsletter is produced by the Ohio State University Extension Agronomy Team, state specialists at The Ohio State University and the Ohio Agricultural.Incorn hybrids representing 24 commercial brands were evaluated in the Ohio Corn Performance Test (OCPT).

Four tests were established in the Southwestern/West Central/Central (SW/WC/C) region and three tests were established in the Northwestern (NW) and North Central/Northeastern (NC/NE) regions (for a total of ten test sites statewide).The Chat 'n Chew Cafe was THE place to visit for up to date agronomic information from its inception in the mid's to its re-purposing in The current iteration of the Web site was launched 11/5/19 and serves as a transition area as its proprietor, RL (Bob) Nielsen, phases into retirement and looks forward to his successor as Purdue's State Extension Corn Specialist.