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Kentucky American Game Plot Seeds

 

     Kentucky American  Deer Legume Mix  (Red Clover-Ladino Clover-Buffalo Alfalfa)   All of mixture is perennial and comes back next year Prepare seed bed and plant no deeper than 1/2"  Attracts both deer and turkey  All of mixture is perennial and comes back next year. Plant in Spring after danger of frost.  Plant in Aug.-Oct.  for Fall and winter.  5 # bag covers   1/2  acre $14.95        10 # covers 1 acre.   $29.95      

 

 Buck Forage Oats   $35.95 per 50# bag      if attracting deer during hunting season is your goal, then Buck Forage Oats have no peer. But don't take our word, we suggest strip planting next to any clover, blend, turnips, rape, or any other super blend. Then, observe during hunting season for actual utilization. You'll discover how Buck Forage earned it's name. Buck Forage are more winter hardy than most others and tend to grow slower than other oats in the fall. Smaller means more tender and palatable.  As small grains get larger they tend to become tough and the protein content decreases. Buck Forage Oats are for the whitetail deer manager or hunter concerned with not only providing an unbeatable attractant, but also providing excellent forage. Seeding Rate: Broadcast approximately 120 lb./acre, Drill approximately 100 lb./acre   Plant in a well prepared and well drained seed bed. Cover seed 1" to 2" deep.  Fertilize and lime according to your local extension service recommendations  BUCK FORAGE oats are very cold tolerant, but no oat is freeze proof or drought proof. Planting done in constant below freezing areas or desert climates will normally result in loss of crop. Freeze-out frequently occurs when warm late fall or winter growing conditions are followed by sudden extreme temperature 

Trophy Rock's Value  $18.87 for 20# rock
Most experts will agree with us that the best way to ensure that deer get all the necessary minerals and nutrients that their bodies need is to supplement their diets using both food plots and mineral supplements. The sustained (year-round and year to year) use of these resources will allow deer to reach their potential body and antler size. This is where Trophy Rock comes in to play. Trophy Rock contains over 50 minerals including all those listed above that, although in trace amounts, will provide balance to an animal's diet. Trophy Rock is highly palatable to many wildlife and particularly to whitetail deer. Trophy Rock is literally a mineral salt rock. As indicated, these minerals are not just beneficial, they are crucial to deer health.

Additionally, Trophy Rock is an all-natural product. This gives deer the opportunity to receive important nutrients in a way that Mother Nature herself has provided for them. Don't underestimate a deer's ability to sense the difference between a man-made and an all-natural product. They have an extremely powerful sense of smell that biologists still don't fully understand. That's why it's no surprise why deer choose Trophy Rock over other manufactured products. Trophy Rock is the most effective all-natural mineral lick on the market today. 

Austrian Winter Peas - .Pisum sativum subsp. arvense TYPE: Cool Season Annual Legume ORIGIN: Common variety from Europe ADAPTATIONS: Well drained loam or sandy loam soils of the Southeastern U.S. USES: Primarily as a cover crop, provides high quality forage for livestock and deer BENEFITS: Adds Nitrogen to soil and provides winter erosion control NUTRITIONAL: High quality similar to White Clover  PLANTING: 30 to 40 lb./acre TIME: September - October METHOD: Well prepared, firm seed bed, alone or with a small grain. 1 inch deep.GRAZING: Not suited to grazing because of livestock damage from trampling. Excellent for wild game food plots and as a plow down green manure crop.

Birdsfoot Trefoil  ( Lotus Corniculatus) .
A perennial legume that offers foliage and seed for quail, dove, ducks, rabbits, deer, and livestock.  Birdsfoot Trefoil will grow under a variety of soil conditions. It is drought resistant and salt tolerant.Planting Date -  In spring or summer after danger of frost. Planting Rate - 15 pounds per acre or 1 pound per 1000 square feet in game plots.  Planting Depth - Seed must t be covered but no more than 1" deep. Days to Maturity - This is a perennial plant that grows slowly after emergence but will offer game forage and cover in 90 to 120 days

buckwheat.jpg (8668 bytes)Buckwheat - Early maturing 10 -12 weeks.  Suitable for almost any type of soil. Seeds will remain on stalk after ripening, providing food over an extended period.  Plant for quail, pheasants, doves, turkey, ducks, and deer.Planting Date - In spring or summer after all danger of frost         Planting Rate - 50 pounds per acre or 3 pounds per 1000 square feet in game plots.        Planting Depth - Seed must be covered but not over 1 1/2" deep.     Days to Maturity - From 10 to 12 weeks after plants emerge.

Chicory
Wildlife Seed  Planting
Date: Sept. - Oct. fall planting, Feb. - Apr. spring planting  Rate:  3 to5 lbs./acre or 1/8 lb./1000 sq.ft.
Depth: " maximum  Best For Deer, Turkey, and Rabbit   

Chufas  (Cyperus esculentus)Excellent for deer, turkey, and hogs.  Grows similar   peanuts   Planting Date - After danger of frost in spring and throughout summer months.Planting Date - After danger of frost in spring and throughout summer months.Planting Rate - 30 pounds per acre or 2 pounds per 1000 square feet in game plots.Planting Depth - Seed must be covered but no more than 2" deep.         Days to Maturity - The Chufas  nuts will mature enough for game to eat in 100 to 120 days after emergence

White Clover  (Trifolium Repens L..  White clover provides palatable, nutritious grazing and is relished by all classes of livestock.  This clover can be used in areas for soil improvement and erosion control while being used by deer and other wildlife needing high protein forage.Planting Date - In early spring throughout summer and fall.Planting Rate - 8 pounds per acre or 1/2  pound per 1000 square feet in game plots.Planting Depth - Cover very lightly  but no more than 1/2" deep.  Days to Maturity - Plants will grow large enough for game to forage in about 60 days after emergence

Brown Top Millet  ( Panicum Ramosum) -  A branching annual panicum 2 -3 feet tall that produces seed in 55-60 days.  Browntop is a heavy seed producer.   its uses are:  quail and dove food when planted on upland -- duck food when planted where it can be flooded. Planting Date - Early spring after danger of frost throughout summer into early fall. Planting Rate - 40 pounds per acre or 2 pounds per 1000 square feet in game plots. Planting Depth - Cover seed lightly but no more than 1" deep.   Days to Maturity - 55 to 60 days emergence.            

Dove Proso Millet  (Panicum Miliaceum) -Grows 3 to 6 feet in height.  The plants have a spangling top somewhat similar to oats.  Dove Proso Millet seed do not mature uniformly at one time, but mature when planted in the spring throughout late summer and fall.    The seed mature from the top of the head down, dislodging as they ripen.   Dove Proso has a very shiny coat and resists mold and mildew.  Plant for dove, quail, and duck  .Planting Date - Early spring after danger of frost and throughout summer months. Planting Rate - 40 pounds per acre or 2 pounds per 1000 square feet in game plots          Planting Depth - Cover seed lightly but no more than 1" deep.   Days to Maturity - 75 to 100 days after emergence seed begin to drop from plant at maturity but continue throughout fall and winter

White Proso Millet  Grows 1 to 2 feet tall.  One of the best dove, quail,a and pheasant feeds known due to its shiny coat which is resistant to mold.  A short growing plant with heavy seed make it ideal for dove fields since doves do not like heavy ground cover such as that given by millets that tend to make large plants.  Seed scatter easily from heads when mowed for hay, combined, or rotormowed. It is recommended for dove feed throughout the United States.  White Proso Millet  is related to Dove Proso Millet but has the advantages of requiring less moisture for growth, even maturity, and quicker maturity..Planting Rate - 30  pounds per acre broadcast or 2 pounds per 1000 square feet in game plots.Planting Depth - Cover seed lightly no more than 1" deep.Planting Date - Early spring after danger of frost and throughout summer into early fall Days to Maturity -  Plant 75 days before you want doves to begin feeding.     **Note - in plots for quail and pheasant, leave plot undisturbed so quail and pheasant may feed throughout the fall and winter on seed as they drop from plants.**                                  

Japanese Millet  (Eshenachloa Crusgalli Var Frumentacea)  Also known as Jap or Duck Millet.   Japanese Millet is an annual, growing 2 to 4 feet tall.  For ducks, plant in low areas suitable for flooding.   Ducks, doves, and quail are all attracted to Japanese Millet .Planting Date - Early spring after danger of frost throughout summer and into early fall.    Planting Rate  - 40 pounds per acre or 2 pounds per 1000square feet in game plots.  Planting Depth - Cover seed lightly but no more than 1" deep       Maturity - 100 to 110 days from emergence                   

Bicolor Lespedeza  (Lespedeza Bicolor)    Bicolor Lespedeza is a perennial shrub that rows 6 to 10 feet high.  It is a legume that supplies its own nitrogen.  Its seed attracts quail and other game birds while the plant itself is valuable in soil erosion control.   Bicolor can be established by seed or plants.  You can plant Bicolor in the following different ways: 1.   Strips in open woodland  2.   Fields and woodland border 3.   Hedges   4.   In gullies and on dikes     Planting Date - In spring or summer after danger of frost      Planting Date - In spring or summer after danger of frost  Planting Rate - 10 pounds per acre or 1/2 pound per 1000 square feet in game plots    Planting Depth -  Cover seed about 1/2" deep but no more than 1 1/2" deep.  Days to Maturity - This plant is a perennial and does not produce many seed the first year.               

Sericea Lespedeza  (Lespedeza Cuneata) - Perennial legume adapted to most soils in he Southeast.   Provides ground cover and seed for quail.  Provides forage for deer.   Best used in plots to provide cover for quail.Planting Date - In early spring after danger of frost throughout summer months Planting Rate - 30 pounds per acre or 1 pound per 1000 square feet in game plots.Planting Depth - Seed must be covered at least 1/2" but no deeper than 1"  Days to Maturity - This plant is a perennial and does not produce many seed the first year                    
 
                                           
Kobe Lespedeza (Lespedeza Striata var. Kobe) Kobe has been throughout the Southeast by farmers for hay.  Kobe is very drought resistant due to the very extensive root system.  Kobe provides adequate cover and supply of seed for quail when it reaches maturity.  It grows to a height of   2 to 2 1/2 feet tall.Planting Date - In early spring through the early summer months Planting Rate - 30 pounds per acre or 1 pound per 1000 square feet in game plots  Planting Depth - Seed must covered at least 1/2" but no deeper than 1 Maturity - Seed mature in early fall and last throughout the winter months as a game feed."    
                                                                                                
Korean Lespedeza (Lespedeza stipulacea Max.) .Korean is the earliest of the annual lespedeza's coming up first and maturing early.  The seed begin ripening in August providing early feed for quail.Planting Date - In early spring   through the early summer months Planting Rate - 30 pounds per acre or 1 pound per 1000 square feet in game plots.Planting Depth - Seed must be covered at least 1/2" but no deeper than 1".   Days to Maturity - Seed mature in early fall and last throughout the winter months as a game feed.                                           

Crown Vetch (Coronilla varia) -Perennial legume that spreads quickly from rhizomes.  Adapted to most of the United States.  Provides permanent ground cover - an excellent cover for quail.  Dove and quail are attracted to small seed it sheds.  Deer thrive on its forage. Planting Date - In the spring after danger of frost and throughout summer months Planting Rate - 15 pounds per acre or 1 pound per 1000 square feet in game plots .Planting Depth - Seed must be covered but not over 1 1/2" deep. Days to Maturity - Crown Vetch is a perennial plant.  It provides forage and cover for game the first year of planting but does not produce a heavy seed crop until the second year.                                                                     

Egyptian Wheat  - . A member of the Sorghum family.  Used extensively for birds.   Well adapted to the Southeast.  Bears large seed heads with abundant feed.Excellent for quail.  Planting Date - In spring after danger of frost and throughout the summer months.          Planting Rate - 10 pounds per acre or 1/2 pound per 1000 square feet in game plots.  Planting Depth - Seed should be covered but not over 1 1/2" deep.    Maturity - Seed will mature for game approximately 110 days after emergence               
                                            
Wild Game Food Sorghum -.Wild  Game Food Sorghum is early maturing reaching the mid-bloom stage 43 to 50 days after planting.  Mature plant is 26 to 30 inched in height.  The seed becomes palatable at maturity at which time they are readily consumed by upland game birds such as quail, turkey, pheasant, and prairie chicken and by migratory birds such as ducks, geese, and dove.  Deer have also been known to feed on the grain. Planting Date - In the spring after danger of frost and throughout the summer months Planting Rate - 10 pounds per acre in 30" rows or 30 pounds per acre broadcast or 1 pound per 1000 square feet in game plots Planting Depth  - Seed should be covered approximately 1/2" deep but not over 1" deep.  Maturity - Seed will mature for game use in approximately 110 days from emergence                                                                                  

partridge peas.jpg (33771 bytes)Partridge Peas Excellent quail feed.  Annual reseeding legume.  Provides cover for quail and other small  wildlife.  Suitable for almost any type of soil.Planting Date - In spring after danger of frost and throughout the summer monthsPlanting Rate  -  5 pounds per acre in 30" rows or 15 pounds per acre broadcast or 1/2 pound per 1000 square feet in game plots. Days to Maturity - Seed will mature for game use in approximately 100 days from emergence..

Iron Clay Peas (Vigna Sinensis) -Late maturing peas providing feed for quail in late fall.  Provides excellent green forage for deer.  Planting Date - In spring after danger of frost and throughout the summer and early fall months. Planting Rate - 60 pounds per acre broadcast or 3 pounds per 1000 square feet in game plots Planting Depth - Seed must be covered 1' deep but no deeper than 1 1/2".             Days to Maturity - The plants will produce forage for game about 45 days after emergence.  Seed pods form in about 60 days and will mature in about 100 days. 

Black Sunflower (F-2 Hybrid)- Paradovic .Grows from 2 to 3 feet in height with a small head full of black seed.  Ideal game food for all game who relish high oil content crops such as quail, dove, turkey, and pheasant.Grows from 2 to 3 feet in height with a small head full of black seed.  Ideal game food for all game who relish high oil content crops such as quail, dove, turkey, and pheasant.Planting Date - In spring after danger of frost and throughout the summer months Planting Rate - 40 pounds per acre broadcast or 2 pounds per 1000square feet for game plots. Planting Depth - Seed must be covered but no over 1 1/" deep.                                                    
Days to Maturity - The plant will produce seed in about 100 days

 

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Table 11. 2015 Kentucky Wheat Test - Southern Tier Region B,

     

 

 

 

 

 

Experimentals Deleted *

             
           

Lodging

Height

Heading Date

 

Yield (Bu/A)

 

Test Wt. (Lb/bu)

(%)

(In)

> May 1

VARIETY

2015

2014-15

 

2015

2014-15

2015

2015

2015

                 

USG 3756

114.9

   

59.6

 

0

41

3

AgriMAXX 446

112.9

109.8

 

59.2

58.6

1

38

5

SS 8360

110.4

106.1

 

59.5

58.3

1

38

5

SYNGENTA SY 483

109.3

102.5

 

57.9

56.1

1

39

6

BECK 120

108.4

109.0

 

55.1

55.8

0

36

3

SC 1342TM

107.4

101.7

 

58.7

57.6

6

40

5

AgriMAXX 444

107.3

104.3

 

58.6

57.5

0

39

5

Equity Brand Butler

106.7

93.8

 

58.8

56.4

0

39

6

USG 3013

106.4

102.8

 

59.1

58.0

6

40

6

KAS S1200

106.0

106.2

 

55.6

55.9

0

37

3

KAS LOWERY

105.2

   

61.0

 

6

40

5

SC 1315-15TM

105.0

   

59.6

 

1

39

3

ARMOR HAVOC

104.9

102.8

 

58.5

58.3

0

37

4

A 10W-21

104.5

103.9

 

60.1

61.1

0

37

4

USG 3404

104.2

101.3

 

58.4

57.4

0

39

6

SYNGENTA SY 547

104.0

100.4

 

58.6

58.5

4

41

3

AgriMAXX 413

103.5

106.6

 

55.6

55.7

0

36

3

L-Brand 264

103.1

   

58.8

 

0

38

3

AriMAXX 438

103.0

104.2

 

59.4

58.2

6

40

5

SC 1321TM

102.8

103.6

 

55.3

55.9

0

37

3

Dyna-Gro 9171

102.6

103.7

 

55.6

55.9

0

36

3

USG 3438

102.5

107.1

 

55.8

56.5

0

36

3

PEMBROKE 2014

102.0

99.1

 

59.2

60.7

0

35

3

KAS LIBERTY IV

102.0

   

56.2

 

19

39

4

SC 1335-15TM

101.8

100.7

 

59.0

58.4

0

38

5

KAS S2000

101.8

105.2

 

56.8

58.0

0

37

3

Pioneer variety 26R10

101.7

98.4

 

58.2

56.9

0

38

5

PROGENY P 870

101.6

103.9

 

54.8

55.4

0

37

3

BECK EX 5401

101.5

   

59.0

 

3

40

5

Terral TV8848

101.1

102.7

 

58.8

58.3

9

39

4

Dyna-Gro 9223

101.1

100.6

 

58.0

57.4

6

39

5

Hilliard

100.8

   

57.4

 

0

40

3

SYNGENTA SY 007

100.8

98.8

 

58.4

59.4

13

39

3

Delta Grow 9700

100.4

103.9

 

57.6

57.9

23

40

6

STEYER STex142

100.3

   

56.1

 

1

39

3

Delta Grow 7500

99.5

101.4

 

58.1

57.2

5

40

4

Brodbeck 305

99.5

   

61.1

 

0

40

5

Truman

99.4

92.5

 

60.5

58.8

0

41

10

Pioneer variety 26R53

99.2

98.7

 

60.2

59.7

0

36

4

Brodbeck 202

98.8

   

58.1

 

0

43

4

AgriMAXX 447

98.7

95.6

 

59.1

57.5

0

40

5

L-Brand 304

98.6

97.7

 

61.6

62.3

0

42

3

PROGENY P 410

98.0

   

59.7

 

4

43

4

BECK 125

96.9

99.1

 

58.5

58.3

0

38

5

STEYER MORRIN

96.7

   

58.8

 

0

40

5

Delta Grow 2700

96.7

   

57.8

 

5

38

6

Pioneer variety 25R40

96.6

97.8

 

59.5

57.3

0

36

5

Dixie Kelsey

96.6

   

59.7

 

4

37

4

L-Brand 461

96.6

   

59.6

 

26

41

3

Pioneer variety 26R41

96.4

99.7

 

57.4

58.0

0

37

4

Terral TV8861

96.4

93.1

 

58.7

57.4

0

37

6

SYNGENTA SY 474

96.3

93.5

 

58.0

58.0

14

40

4

SYNGENTA BRANSON

96.2

   

57.0

 

6

37

3

STEYER EVANS

96.0

   

57.3

 

30

38

5

SS 8340

96.0

100.1

 

59.5

60.4

1

37

4

SC 1325-15TM

95.6

100.7

 

55.8

57.9

0

36

4

Dyna-Gro 9591

95.6

97.8

 

58.8

59.7

28

39

3

L-Brand 347

95.5

   

59.1

 

38

41

4

Equity Brand Guardian

95.4

94.0

 

59.7

58.9

29

40

5

Pioneer variety 25R32

95.0

93.4

 

59.7

59.7

5

39

4

Dyna-Gro 9522

94.8

98.2

 

56.7

56.8

14

39

5

SS 8700

93.9

92.3

 

55.5

55.2

1

39

5

PEMBROKE 2008

93.9

95.4

 

58.9

59.2

0

39

4

Dixie Extreme

93.3

95.9

 

58.7

57.7

9

40

6

Dixie McAlister

93.3

98.0

 

54.4

55.1

8

36

3

L-Brand 377

93.3

   

57.5

 

25

39

4

AgriMAXX 415

90.6

96.1

 

60.4

60.5

11

37

4

ARMOR OCTANE

89.7

92.3

 

57.6

57.1

0

39

6

SS 8415

89.0

86.5

 

54.3

53.8

26

38

3

VA11W-230

88.8

   

57.8

 

8

36

3

PROGENY P 357

86.9

92.4

 

52.7

53.4

31

37

6

PROGENY P 117

86.6

95.9

 

56.4

58.3

38

41

3

KAS 5058

85.7

95.5

 

58.5

59.7

63

40

4

Delta Grow 3200

81.7

87.2

 

58.0

57.8

0

34

4

Dixie DXEX 15-2

79.2

   

57.4

 

19

43

3

AVERAGE

99.1

99.2

 

58.2

57.9

7

39

4

C.V.

7.3

7.9

           

LSD (0.10)

11.9

9.1

           
                 

Location: Trigg Co.

               

Planting date: 10-25-14; Conventional tillage; Harvest date: 6-22-15.

 

Table 8. 2015 Kentucky Wheat Test - Ohio

 Valley Region.

   
Experimentals Deleted              
            Height Heading Date
  Yield (Bu/A)   Test Wt. (Lb/bu) (In) > May 1
VARIETY 2015 2014-15   2015 2014-15 2015 2015
STEYER EVANS 97.3     60.3   36 9
USG 3404 96.3 97.6   60.6 61.2 35 8
AgriMAXX 444 94.5 98.6   61.3 61.4 35 8
Dyna-Gro 9522 94.2 100.7   60.5 60.6 35 9
STEYER MORRIN 92.8     60.2   35 8
AgriMAXX 447 92.1 98.2   59.9 60.1 36 8
Delta Grow 2700 92.0     60.6   36 8
KAS LIBERTY IV 91.5     58.5   34 6
AgriMAXX 438 89.4 98.1   60.2 60.4 37 7
PROGENY P 357 89.3 98.0   59.0 59.2 34 8
SYNGENTA SY 483 89.3 99.2   60.0 60.3 37 8
Dixie Extreme 89.2 98.1   60.7 61.1 38 8
SC 1342TM 88.5 97.9   61.2 61.0 37 7
ARMOR OCTANE 88.3 97.3   60.0 60.1 36 8
Truman 88.2 89.9   60.7 60.9 40 12
ARMOR HAVOC 88.1 99.1   60.4 61.5 34 7
Pioneer variety 26R10 88.0 98.9   60.5 61.2 34 7
Terral TV8861 87.9 95.6   60.5 61.1 35 8
SS 8340 87.9 98.1   62.2 62.9 34 6
SC 1335-15TM 87.8 95.7   60.8 62.0 35 7
BECK 125 87.7 97.7   60.9 62.1 36 7
SS 8700 87.4 93.5   58.9 59.6 37 7
Equity Brand Butler 87.3 97.2   59.6 60.1 35 7
Pioneer variety 25R32 86.9 93.6   61.1 62.0 35 8
Pioneer variety 26R53 86.9 96.3   62.1 62.6 33 7
Brodbeck 305 86.8     61.8   36 8
KAS LOWERY 86.6     62.1   38 8
SS 8360 86.1 98.5   60.5 61.3 35 7
Dixie McAlister 85.8 97.4   59.0 59.8 32 5
KAS S2000 85.7 100.9   58.9 61.0 34 4
Pioneer variety 26R41 85.7 93.9   60.1 61.5 34 7
Dyna-Gro 9223 84.7 95.9   60.4 60.8 37 8
PROGENY P 870 84.4 94.7   58.7 59.9 32 6
USG 3013 84.2 93.9   60.3 60.6 37 8
USG 3438 83.9 95.0   58.8 59.9 32 6
Equity Brand Guardian 83.3 91.5   61.7 61.8 37 7
Hilliard 83.2     61.3   35 5
Pioneer variety 25R40 83.0 94.8   61.1 61.7 32 6
AgriMAXX 413 83.0 94.7   58.8 60.0 32 5
KAS S1200 82.9 96.5   58.5 60.1 33 5
SYNGENTA SY 474 82.3 96.0   61.0 61.0 39 7
Dixie Kelsey 81.4     62.5   32 6
STEYER STex142 81.2     58.7   36 7
Terral TV8848 81.2 95.1   61.5 61.8 36 7
SC 1321TM 80.5 94.7   58.9 60.3 32 6
BECK 120 80.3 95.6   58.2 59.9 32 5
Dyna-Gro 9171 80.2 93.9   58.5 59.8 32 6
AgriMAXX 446 79.9 98.6   60.5 61.5 34 7
VA 10W-21 78.8 91.7   62.5 63.6 34 5
SYNGENTA BRANSON 77.9     61.0   33 4
PEMBROKE 2016 77.8 87.4   60.7 62.6 33 5
AgriMAXX 415 77.7 90.5   62.5 63.1 33 6
VA11W-230 77.7     62.7   33 3
Dyna-Gro 9591 77.5 92.1   60.9 62.3 36 4
PEMBROKE 2014 76.9 87.7   61.6 63.3 32 5
SC 1325-15TM 76.8 91.0   59.6 61.2 33 4
Delta Grow 7500 76.7 89.3   60.4 60.6 33 6
USG 3756 76.7     60.6   36 4
SYNGENTA SY 007 76.5 87.2   60.2 61.7 36 3
Delta Grow 3200 76.4 86.7   60.2 61.7 30 5
Brodbeck 202 76.1     59.3   38 7
PEMBROKE 2008 76.0 85.8   61.9 62.5 35 6
SYNGENTA SY 547 75.5 91.6   60.8 61.9 35 6
Delta Grow 9700 75.0 92.2   59.5 60.2 36 9
L-Brand 264 74.5     61.6   33 5
L-Brand 377 73.2     61.3   35 5
PROGENY P 117 72.3 80.8   60.7 61.2 37 5
SC 1315-15TM 71.0     60.0   35 4
PROGENY P 410 69.6     60.9   36 6
L-Brand 461 67.0     61.9   37 5
L-Brand 347 66.7     62.5   34 5
KAS 5058 60.9 80.0   63.1 63.9 34 6
SS 8415 60.1 77.4   58.7 60.0 34 4
L-Brand 304 53.3 77.4   62.8 63.7 36 6
               
               
AVERAGE 81.6 93.5   60.6 61.3 35 6
C.V. 7.2 7.0          
LSD (0.10) 9.8 7.3          
               
Location: Union Co.; Lodging = 0%.          
Planting date: 10-18-14; No-Till; Harvest date: 6-22-15.  

 

Table 3. 2015 Kentucky Wheat Test - Overall State Summary.*

   
Experimentals Deleted            
       

Test Wt.

Height

Heading Date

 

Yield (Bu/A)

 

(Lb/bu)

(In)

> May 1

VARIETY

2015

2014-15

2013-15

2015

2015

2015

             

AgriMAXX 438

92.3

95.3

 

59.9

36

6

AgriMAXX 446

91.7

97.2

 

60.1

34

6

SC 1342TM

91.2

96.6

97.2

59.8

36

7

SYNGENTA SY 483

90.8

95.0

93.0

60.0

36

7

AgriMAXX 444

90.5

95.1

 

60.1

35

7

USG 3404

90.5

94.3

 

59.8

35

7

SS 8360

90.1

96.3

 

60.6

34

6

USG 3013

89.9

95.2

 

59.5

36

7

Delta Grow 2700

89.9

   

59.9

35

7

STEYER MORRIN

89.9

   

59.5

35

7

STEYER EVANS

89.6

   

59.7

35

7

Dixie Extreme

89.5

95.9

 

59.8

36

7

KAS LIBERTY IV

89.4

   

58.7

34

5

Pioneer variety 26R10

89.3

94.8

96.7

60.2

34

6

Terral TV8848

88.7

95.4

94.5

60.8

35

6

SS 8700

88.5

90.7

91.0

59.1

36

7

Equity Brand Butler

88.5

89.1

 

59.2

35

7

Dyna-Gro 9223

88.5

95.0

95.1

59.5

36

7

BECK 120

88.4

95.4

96.0

58.2

33

4

Pioneer variety 25R40

88.1

92.9

93.6

60.4

32

6

AgriMAXX 413

88.1

94.3

95.0

58.5

33

4

PROGENY P 357

88.0

93.6

93.5

57.8

34

7

AgriMAXX 447

87.9

90.4

93.8

59.5

36

7

Dyna-Gro 9522

87.8

93.5

 

59.5

35

7

PROGENY PGX 13-6

87.8

94.2

 

59.8

35

7

Equity Brand Guardian

87.0

89.0

 

60.7

37

7

USG 3438

86.9

94.5

94.4

58.5

33

5

Dixie McAlister

86.3

91.8

 

58.3

33

5

PROGENY P 870

86.2

92.8

94.1

58.2

33

5

SYNGENTA SY 474

86.2

89.1

 

60.5

38

6

KAS S1200

86.1

93.5

95.6

58.4

33

4

SYNGENTA SY 547

86.1

92.2

 

60.7

37

4

PROGENY PGX 14-3

86.0

   

60.0

37

4

SC 1321TM

86.0

93.4

95.8

58.1

33

4

BECK 125

85.9

91.8

 

60.2

35

6

Dyna-Gro 9171

85.9

92.9

94.7

58.5

33

4

Brodbeck 305

85.9

   

61.1

37

7

Pioneer variety 26R41

85.8

91.8

92.0

60.4

33

6

SC 1335-15TM

85.8

92.3

 

60.3

35

6

KAS LOWERY

85.8

   

60.9

36

7

Delta Grow 9700

85.7

94.4

95.0

59.6

36

7

ARMOR OCTANE

85.7

91.9

94.1

58.9

35

7

L-Brand 377

85.6

   

59.9

36

5

KAS S2000

85.4

93.7

 

59.3

34

4

ARMOR HAVOC

85.4

94.0

95.8

60.3

33

6

Delta Grow 7500

84.9

90.1

89.5

59.7

35

5

USG 3756

84.8

   

60.3

37

4

STEYER STex142

84.7

   

58.5

36

5

SS EXP 8530

84.6

   

59.3

35

4

SYNGENTA BRANSON

84.1

   

59.9

34

4

VA 10W-21

83.6

91.4

 

62.3

34

5

SC 1315-15TM

83.6

   

60.9

36

4

Hilliard

83.5

   

60.7

35

5

PEMBROKE 2016

83.1

87.4

91.6

60.5

34

4

Terral TV8861

83.0

87.9

86.9

60.1

33

7

L-Brand 264

82.7

   

61.1

34

4

Pioneer variety 26R53

82.7

89.2

91.1

61.3

33

6

SC 1325-15TM

82.7

92.3

 

59.0

34

4

Dyna-Gro 9591

82.6

89.4

 

60.5

36

4

AgriMAXX 415

82.6

89.6

91.3

62.1

34

5

SS 8340

82.6

91.9

91.2

61.6

34

5

Pioneer variety 25R32

82.5

87.2

88.5

61.2

35

6

Dixie Kelsey

82.4

   

61.9

34

6

PEMBROKE 2014

81.2

87.4

88.0

61.3

32

4

Truman

81.0

85.1

85.3

60.3

38

11

SYNGENTA SY 007

80.9

87.2

88.9

60.0

35

3

PEMBROKE 2008

80.8

85.8

87.8

60.8

35

5

L-Brand 461

80.7

   

61.6

39

5

Delta Grow 3200

80.5

88.9

 

60.2

31

5

L-Brand 347

79.7

   

61.7

36

5

PROGENY P 410

79.6

   

60.1

38

5

KAS 5058

78.9

87.7

89.3

62.0

36

6

Brodbeck 202

78.8

   

58.9

38

6

L-Brand 304

78.5

87.1

 

62.8

38

5

SS 8415

77.2

81.5

 

58.7

35

4

VA11W-230

76.2

   

61.9

33

4

PROGENY P 117

75.6

83.4

82.3

59.7

37

5

AVERAGE

85.0

91.4

92.0

60.1

35

6

C.V.

7.8

7.7

7.6

     

LSD (0.10)

4.1

8.0

6.5

     
             

* Summary of seven tests - (Caldwell, Woodford, Logan, Union, Trigg, Ballard, Fayette Co.).