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North Dakota Agricultural Experiment Station, Fargo, ND; seeded 2001, dryland.

 

2001 forage yield by harvest

Entry

 7-24

10-8

total

Percent of Vernal

 

-----------------tons dry matter/acre----------------

54V54

2.05

1.30

3.35

86.0

53Q60

2.15

1.35

3.50

90.0

Ameristand 403T

2.00

1.27

3.27

84.0

WL 327

2.42

1.43

3.85

99.0

WL 342

1.91

1.10

3.01

77.3

Vernal

2.31

1.58

3.89

100.0

         

Mean

2.14

1.34

3.48

89.4

LSD (0.05)

0.23

0.16

0.29

7.4

CV (%)

8.0

9.3

6.3

6.3

MCV (%)

10.6

12.2

8.3

8.3

LSR (%)

44.3

52.2

32.9

32.9

Design: Randomized complete block             Fertilization: None              Soil type: Fargo silt clay
Seeding method: Broadcast                            Cuttings: 2001 (2)               Replicates: Five
Seeding rate: 25 lb/acre                                  Plot size: 5 by 25'               Herbicide: Pursuit @ 3 fl oz/acre
Seeding date: May 4, 2001                             Harvest plot: 38" by 20'      Insecticide: Warrior @ 3 oz/acre

Seed obtained from Dan Undersander at University of Wisconsin


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