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Performance of commercial dent corn hybrids in Indiana, 1962-1965

Paul Levi Crane

Performance of commercial dent corn hybrids in Indiana, 1962-1965

by Paul Levi Crane

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Published by Purdue University, Agricultural Experiment Station in Lafayette, Ind .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Indiana.
    • Subjects:
    • Hybrid corn.,
    • Corn -- Indiana.

    • Edition Notes

      Caption title.

      Statement[by] Paul L. Crane, James L. Purdy [and] Leo A. Duclos.
      SeriesResearch bulletin, no. 807
      ContributionsPurdy, James L., joint author., Duclos, Leo A., joint author.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsSB191.M2 C793
      The Physical Object
      Pagination11 p.
      Number of Pages11
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5690597M
      LC Control Number70015989

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Performance of commercial dent corn hybrids in Indiana, 1962-1965 by Paul Levi Crane Download PDF EPUB FB2

Inthe average U.S. corn yield was estimated at 9, kg per ha ( bushels per acre), and U.S. corn production was million Mg ( billion bushels). These increases were caused by better hybrids, improved cultural practices, and biotechnology.

Corn Corn hybrids were first commercially grown in the early s when the annual U.S. corn yields averaged 1, kg per ha ( bushels per acre), and corn production averaged 51 million Mg (2 Utilization of feterita-type and waxy endosperm sorghum grains in all-concentrate rations fed to yearling steers Performance of commercial dent corn hybrids in Indiana Jan J R Performance of commercial dent corn hybrids in Indiana   Their comments, which appear only in the Conference on Heterosis Book of Abstracts (CIMMYT, ), were the incentive for this paper.

Despite the use of potentially predictive databases and statistical procedures for estimating single cross performance, corn breeders must make thousands of crosses to find a few superior commercial ://+and+heterosis+in+corn+and+mule+hybrids.-a.

The average oil content of commercial corn hybrids planted in the corn belt has declined over the last 50 years from –% to %. 52 The apparent cause of this decline has been widespread use of one or two high yielding, low oil content corn inbreds.

At the same time, the iodine value of corn oil has increased from – to – Corn is the most important grain used as livestock feed in the world.

Corn starch is nearly % digestible and can be augmented by grain processing. Although corn is lower in protein than other feeds, corn is an important source of protein due to the volume fed. Corn also contains important minerals and vitamins for animal :// Corn has reached its present state of development through continual mutations, hybridizations, segregations, and selections by random, natural processes and conscious selection.

By this process, a number of types have developed which differ primarily in structure of the seed. Examples are popcorn, sweet corn, dent corn, flint corn, and flour ://   Waxy corn or glutinous corn is a type of field corn characterized by its sticky texture when cooked as a result of larger amounts of corn was first described from a specimen from China in As this plant showed many peculiar traits, the American breeders long used it as a genetic marker to tag the existence of hidden genes in other maize breeding ://   Ears from six corn hybrids harvested on the same date.

In the two early-season hybrids on the right, the milk line has receded to the kernel base and disappeared; in the two mid-season hybrids in the center, milk line is evident near the base; while in the two full-season hybrids on the left, milk line appears at or slightly below the kernel Performance of yearling dairy heifers and steers on sweet corn, popcorn, dent corn and high-sugar corn silages.

In Proc. 82nd Meeting of the Am. Dairy Science Assoc., Columbia, MO., June. American Dairy Science Assoc., Champaign, Carlevaris B, Gomboc S, Milevoj L, Study on European corn borer (Ostrinia nubilalis Hbn.) on different corn hybrids in Goriška region.

(Preučevanje koruzne vešče (Ostrinia nubilalis Hbn.) na različnih hibridih koruze na Goriškem.). In: Zbornik predavanj in referatov :// corn, sowing dates from A pril to June the corn sow ed in the earlier had longer total growth period.

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It was headquartered in Creve Coeur, to developed Roundup, a glyphosate-based herbicide, in the s, and became a major producer of genetically engineered 78 INSECT-PEST MANAGEMENT AND CONTROL corn earworm also have lower concentrations of amino acids than those of susceptible lines (Figure 6).

It has not been shown that this is the principal factor in resistance in either :// An Enzymatic Process for Corn Wet Milling Five commercial hybrids were steeped with % lactic acid or % sulfur dioxide added over the first 15 hr of steeping and wet-milled following a 'The new edition of Crop Ecology, by Connor, Loomis, and Cassman, retains the strengths of the earlier edition, namely, insightful analysis of the key principles that explain crop resource use and growth, based on extensive use of peer-reviewed data, averaging more than one graph or table per ://   Carena, M.

Maize commercial hybrids compared to improved population hybrids for grain yield and agronomic performance. and M. Alexander. Comparative performance of S 1 progenies and test-crosses of corn.

Crop Sci. –19 Mikel, M. Availability and analysis of proprietary dent corn inbred lines with expired   Dent corn inbreds and hybrids resistant to the corn earworm in the South. Douglas, W. and Eckhardt, R. TB Descriptions and pedigrees of nine varieties of lettuce. Thompson, Ross C. and Ryder, Edward J.

TB Descriptions, biology, and notes on the identification of some trogoderma larvae (coleoptera, dermestidae). Maize commercial hybrids compared to improved population hybrids for grain yield and agronomic performance.

Changes in performance, parentage, and genetic diversity of successful corn hybrids, – In Corn: Origin, History and Production, C. Smith, J. Betran, and E.C.A. Runge (eds.), pp. 65– John Wiley & Sons, Hoboken, NJ.

The highest wheat yield in Indiana in was 74 bushels/acre whereas the highest corn yield was bushels/acre. Another factor in predicting grain output is the ability to switch to winter wheat in which a crop is planted in early September, germinates and then lies dormant under the snow blanket until the following :// /09/08/the-climate-grain-production-relationship-quantified.ADVANCES IN AGRONOMY, VOL.

39 SOURCES OF TEMPERATE MAIZE GERMPLASM AND POTENTIAL USEFULNESS IN TROPICAL AND SUBTROPICAL ENVIRONMENTS V. E. Gracen Department of Plant Breeding and Biometry, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York I. INTRODUCTION Success in maize (Zeu mays L.) breeding depends on the identification and Inheritance of resistance to southern corn rust in tropical-by-corn-belt maize populations.

a few commercial hybrids with race-specific. adapted, % tropical inbreds and a Corn Belt ://