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NORTH DAKOTA Agricultural Experiment Station, Fargo, ND; 1998 dryland.

1998 forage yield by harvest % of Stand
Entry 7-20 8-26 total Vernal 11-6
--------- tons dry matter/acre ------ %
WinterStar 2.14 1.26 3.40 99 90
WinterKing 2.18 1.23 3.41 99 89
TMF Multi- Plier II 2.17 1.20 3.37 98 89
53V08 2.22 1.24 3.46 101 93
DK-124 2.15 1.18 3.33 97 89
DK-134 2.13 1.19 3.32 97 89
XGrazer 2.22 1.26 3.48 101 92
Evolution 2.24 1.21 3.45 100 92
Award 2.29 1.22 3.51 102 89
ZG 9721 2.37 1.15 3.52 102 87
4321 2.23 1.28 3.51 102 89
WL 232 HQ 2.22 1.19 3.41 99 90
620 2.19 1.24 3.43 100 91
Vernal Foun 2.24 1.24 3.48 101 90
Vernal Cert 2.19 1.20 3.39 99 89
Mean 2.21 1.22 3.43 100 90
LSD (0.05) 0.21 0.09 0.23 6.6 3
CV (%) 9.4 7.2 6.6 6.6 3.4
MCV (%) 9.4 7.2 6.6 6.6 3.3
LSR 87 98 114 114 50

†Design: Splitplot, cuts = mainplot Fertilization: None Soil type: Fargo clay
Seeding method: Broadcast Cuttings: 1998 (2) Replicates: Four
Seeding rate: 25 lb/acre Plot size: 4 by 18 ft Herbicide: Pursuit @ 2oz/acre
Seeding date: April 21, 1998 Harvest plot: 34" by 13 ft Insecticide: None
Seed obtained from Dan Undersander at University of Wisconsin, except Award and Vernal (cert.).
F - test nonsignificant


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