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Yield Results of On-Farm Variety Trials for Organic Soybeans and Wheat 2013-14

 

Soybeans-2013

Variety

Bu/acre

Bu/acre

Bu/acre

Average

NCC06-92933.933.933.833.9*
NC05-743233.533.733.033.4*
NCC07-813831.932.032.732.2
NCC06-89932.734.226.231.0
NCC06-57930.733.528.130.8
Roy32.529.130.430.7
*Marginally significantly different at 30% from the variety ranked directly below it. All other rankings are not statistically significant.

Soybeans-2014

VarietyBu/acreBu/acreBu/acreAverage
NCC06-109032.743.238.0
NCC07-813837.437.4
NCC06-89935.138.236.7
Roy23.033.037.531.2
Woodruff29.126.835.630.5*
N7003CN27.728.427.327.8*
Miller21.625.324.123.7**
Raleigh16.612.718.816.0**
*The Roy, Woodruff, and N7003 are not significantly different from each other. ** The Miller is marginally significantly different at 30% from the top yielding commercial variety and the Raleigh is marginally significantly different at 10% from the top yielding commercial varieties.  

Wheat

Soft Wheat Varieties

VarietyAverage Bu/acreTest weight (lbs/bu)Falling numberProtein (%)
USG 325165.063.633010.2
USG 320163.1*64.436410.8
Featherstone56.260.931210.8
*USG 3201 is statistically different from Featherstone at 5%. USG 3251 and USG 3201 are not statistically different.

 

Hard Wheat Varieties[1]

VarietyAverage Bu/acreTest weight (lbs/bu)Falling numberProtein (%)
Tam 30358.3*61.338911.2
NuEast46.967.846711.3
*Tam 303 is statistically different from NuEast at 5%.
[1] The hard wheat was only tested at two locations.
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