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AVENGE INJURY SCREENING

Research at North Dakota State University has shown that certain hard red spring wheat and durum varieties are nearly as susceptible to difenzoquat as wild oats. New cultivars included in field plot variety comparison trials are also included in the injury screening trial to assist in determining relative susceptibility to Avenge. Vic durum and Len spring wheat are used as susceptible controls in this trial.

Table 42. Wheat Yields - Avenge Injury Screening
Variety Avg. bu./acre Test weight
Len 34.2 57.5
Marshall 30.0 55.5
ND 597 34.1 59.0
ND 600 30.9 59.5
ND 604 35.2 59.0
ND 606 32.7 58.0
ND 614 37.2 60.5
ND 615 38.2 60.5
ND 616 39.1 56.5
ND 617 39.0 59.5
ND 618 38.1 59.0
ND 619 32.6 59.0
ND 620 34.3 61.0
ND 621 35.4 57.0
Lsd @ 5% 6.1 bu.

CV = 10.4%

 

Table 43. Durum Yields - Avenge Injury Screening
Variety Avg. bu./acre Test weight
Cando 36.8 56.5
Vic 41.3 59.0
D 7925 42.4 59.0
D 79103 36.2 60.5
D 79104 36.1 58.0
D 79168 37.4 61.0
D 79209 32.9 58.5
D 8012 41.5 61.0
D 8016 40.3 59.0
D 8019 31.6 59.0
D 8172 36.0 59.0
D 8191 39.7 59.5
D 8193 41.9 58.5
D 8194 38.7 60.5
D 81114 37.3 60.5
D 81151 40.4 57.5
D 81154 42.0 60.0
D 81183 33.3 58.5
Lsd @ 5% 8.3 bu.; CV = 13%; Seeding date April 30; Harvest date August 8

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