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M innesota Agricultural Experiment Station scientists annually conduct these tests of adapted public and private soybean varieties. Companies are charged a fee for each variety they enter and these fees partially cover the costs of conducting these tests. One of the stipulations of the testing program is that the company is marketing or intends to begin marketing the variety in the next growing season. Tables on pages 66-69 present data from the regular public and private variety tests that are conducted annually at various locations within the northern, central and southern production zones. The map shows maturity zone boundaries. All of these tests were planted between May 1 and June 5 at planting rates of 160,000 plants/acre. Herbicides were used as necessary for good weed control. Row spacings were 30 inches at Becker and Fair- mont and 10 inches at other locations. Plot combines were used to harvest the yield from all plots
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The table on page 77 provides results
public varieties are developed after
from the special performance tests of
observing them for several years in many
soybean cyst nematode resistant varieties
locations. Relative maturity ratings for
in “infested” field sites near Lamberton,
private varieties in these tables were
Northern
Waseca, and Madelia and “non-infested”
provided by their owners, and were
field sites near Fairmont, Lamberton,
developed in a similar manner.
Potsdam and Waseca.
Planting techniques
Yield
Central
SOYBEAN were the same as the reg- Because maturity is a very important
ular performance tests.
attribute, varieties are arranged in the
tables in order of their actual 2001
Tables on pages 78-79 provide perfor-
calendar date of maturity and not yield
mance and characteristics data from
Southern
performance.
special-use soybean variety tests. These
tests were conducted to provide reliable
Later maturing varieties can usually be
Soybean Maturity Zones.
data for growers interested in producing
expected to have higher yields than
earlier maturing types. If you wish to
M
these types of soybeans, which are
innesota Agricultural Experiment
typically grown under contract.
correctly compare yields, do so only
Station scientists annually conduct
between varieties with similar calendar
The table on page 80 provides important
these tests of adapted public and private
dates of maturity, usually within 3 to 5
variety characteristics of publicly devel-
soybean varieties. Companies are charged
days. More reliable comparisons can be
oped varieties entered in the 2001 tests.
a fee for each variety they enter and these
made using variety yields from several
fees partially cover the costs of conduct-
To better understand and use data
consecutive years. All yield determina-
ing these tests. One of the stipulations of
provided in these tables, please read
tions were made from replicated tests
the testing program is that the company is
the following additional information
harvested with a plot combine.
marketing or intends to begin marketing
very carefully.
This year the yield information is
the variety in the next growing season.
Relative Maturity and Calendar
presented as a percent of the mean of
Tables on pages 66-69 present data from
Dates of Maturity
the test. The actual mean value is given
the regular public and private variety tests
Soybeans respond to changing day
at the bottom of each table. Values over
that are conducted annually at various
length, so the actual calendar date of
100 indicate the variety had a yield
locations within the northern, central and
maturity achievement is affected by
greater than the mean while those less
southern production zones. The map
latitude. Each variety has a narrow
than 100 have a yield less than the mean.
shows maturity zone boundaries. All of
range of north-south adaptation.
LSD values associated with data in these
these tests were planted between May 1
Soybean yield and quality are assured if a
tables are measures of variability within
and June 5 at planting rates of 160,000
variety arrives at physiological maturity
the trials. The LSD values are given on
plants/acre. Herbicides were used as nec-
before a season ending freeze occurs.
the percent of mean data, not the actual
essary for good weed control. Row spac-
This date is determined visually by
yields. If a yield difference between two
ings were 30 inches at Becker and Fair-
noting the actual date when 95 percent
varieties within a single column exceeds
mont and 10 inches at other locations.
of the pods show their genetically
this LSD value you can assume that the
Plot combines were used to harvest the
programmed mature color. These dates
higher-yielding variety was truly better
yield from all plots.
for 2001 are provided in the tables.
yielding. A 20-percent level of signifi-
Tables on page 69 provide results of the
Harvest dates are typically 7 to 14 days
cance is used in all these tables. This
very early (northern Minnesota) and
later, depending upon drying conditions.
means that yield differences exceeding
special southeastern Minnesota public
the stated LSD value are real 80 percent
variety tests. These locations were added
Relative maturity ratings are also provid-
of the time.
to provide data for environments not
ed for each variety. These ratings consist
represented by the other location tests.
of a number for the maturity group
Chlorosis
designation (000, 00, 0, 1, 2) followed by
These ratings are based on how much of
Tables on pages 69-76 provide results
a decimal and another number, ranging
the leaf area was yellowing in tests
from specific tests of available Roundup
from 0-9, which indicates a ranking
conducted on high-lime (high pH) soils
Ready® varieties adapted to the northern,
within each maturity group.
near Granite Falls and Foxhome in 2001.
central and southern production zones.
Comparing chlorosis scores of varieties
Planting was accomplished as described
For example the variety Agassiz is indi-
enables you to estimate how well they
above, except that the only herbicide used
cated as 0.0, making it the earliest group
perform relative to each other. Actual
was two applications of labeled rates of
0 variety, while MN0901, with a 0.9
chlorosis ratings can vary, depending on
Roundup®.
rating, is the latest. These values for
the specific site and year of test.
1

Chlorosis symptoms for all varieties
Soybean Cyst Nematode
in these 2001 tests were much more
protein or oil value
100-desired moisture x
Soybean Cyst Nematode (SCN) was first
given in the table
severe than in some of the previous
87
identified in Minnesota in 1978 and is
years. Specific scores and evaluation
The value of a bushel of soybeans (APV) based on
now known to occur in many Minnesota
dates from the 2001 test at both loca-
its oil and protein content can be calculated by:
counties where the soybean is grown.
tions are provided at the web site:
Both the area of infestation and numbers
www.soybeans.umn.edu/home.htm.
APV = 60 [Po (X) + Pm (Y)]
of nematodes per unit of soil appear to
.44
Some universities and companies use
Where:
be increasing. Several races of this pest
numerical scores rather than word de-
APV = Approximate value of a bushel of soybeans
are known to occur in Minnesota. When
scriptors to describe chlorosis tolerance.
SCN numbers are high, significant yield
Po = soybean oil price (in $ per pound)
A comparison of these systems follows:
losses can occur. Rotations to non-host
Pm = price of 44% meal (in $ per pound)*
crops and planting of resistant varieties
X = oil content at 13% moisture (in decimals)
can assist in reducing nematode popula-
Numerical Score
Word Description
Y = protein content at 13% moisture (in decimals)
tions as well as reducing its impact on
1-5 scale
1-9 scale
Rating
yield.
And:
1 to 2
1 to 2.5
Tolerant (T)
* price of meal $/ton =
$/pound
Yield performance results of susceptible,
2.1 to 3
2.6 to 5
Moderately Tolerant (MT)
2,000
moderately resistant, moderately
3.1 to 4
5.1 to 7.5
Moderately Susceptible (MS)
susceptible and resistant varieties planted
4.1 to 5
7.5 to 9
Susceptible (S)
in infested and non-infested fields in
Phytophthora
southern Minnesota are provided on
page 77. The ratings for SCN
Phytophthora root rot can cause signifi-
Protein and Oil
resistance were determined using
cant yield reductions if susceptible vari-
Protein and oil values were determined
nematode counts from naturally infested
eties are planted in poorly drained, in-
from mature seed using near infrared
field sites and a greenhouse test using a
fested fields. There are several known
reflectance analysis equipment. The
Minnesota field population of SCN.
races of this fungus, so it is important to
table values are for the 2001 season only.
know which are present in your field.
Additional information on procedures
This year the protein and oil informa-
Genes can be incorporated into varieties
for testing your fields for SCN can be
tion is being presented as a percent of
to provide resistance to specific races of
obtained from your county extension
the mean of the test. The actual mean
this disease.
office or the Soybean Nematology Lab
values are given at the bottom of each
at the Southern Research and Outreach
table. Values over 100 indicate the pro-
Some published information refers to
Center, Waseca, MN 56093.
tein and/or oil contents of the variety
Phytophthora "tolerance" or "field resis-
Management information is available
were greater than the mean value while
tance," which is not race-specific and
from your county extension office or
those less than 100 have protein and/or
should not be confused with race specific
from the Minnesota Soybean Research
oil contents less than the mean. Absolute
resistance. Reliable tests for tolerance
and Promotion Council, 360 Pierce
values of protein and oil can vary from
have not yet been developed.
Avenue, Suite 110, North Mankato,
year to year. The mean protein and oil
The data tables in this report indicate
MN 56003, 1-888-896-9678,
values are expressed on a 13-percent
which Phytophthora gene or genes is/are
www.mnsoybean.org.
moisture basis. This formula converts
present in each variety. The “Genes for
the protein and oil values to another
resistance” chart shows which genes
White Mold
moisture basis:
provide resistance to the various races.
White mold, also known as Sclerotinia
stem rot, has developed with increasing
frequency in Minnesota soybean fields.
Planting less-susceptible varieties in
Genes for resistance to various races of Phytophthora root rot.
wider row spacings and planting at
lower populations are the most effective
Gene Races
methods of reducing disease severity.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27
Rps1,1a
Accurate ratings for soybean variety
Rps1b
resistance to white mold are difficult to
Rps1c
obtain because both infection and
Rps1k
disease development are affected by
Rps3
Rps4

weather conditions during and after
Rps6
flowering. Because of this variability, a
2

variety’s performance can change
Privately developed varieties.
significantly among locations and years,
Contact addresses and brand names for privately developed varieties entered in these tests are:
depending on the interaction of plant
Advantage Soybean Seed (Advantage), 17303 Highway 22, Good Thunder, MN 56037
development, precipitation and tempera-
AgriPro Seeds (AP), 2369 330th St., Box 500, Slater, IA 50244
ture. Growers concerned about variety
Albert Lea Seed House (Viking), P.O. Box 127, 1414 W. Main, Albert Lea, MN 56007
performance in the presence of white
mold should select varieties that show
Anderson Seeds (Anderson), RR 3 Box 94, St. Peter, MN 56082
consistently less white mold often
Crow’s Hybrid Corn Co. (Crow's), Box 306, Milford, IL 60953
several years of testing.
Dahlco Seeds (Dahlco), 14730 15th St. S.W., Cokato, MN 55321
Dahlman Seeds (Dahlman), 73504 200th St., Dassel, MN 55325
In 2001 White mold evaluation plots
Dairyland Seed Co., Inc. (Dairyland), P.O. Box 150, 209 Main St., Gilbert, IA 50105
were planted at eight locations in Min-
nesota (Shelly, Fosston, Staples, Morris,
Dennis Ewing Farm Seed (Yield King), 6131 North Fork Road, Ames, IA 50010
Farmington, Rosemount, Lamberton,
Farm Advantage (Farm Advantage), 1275 Hwy 69, Belmond, IA 50421
and Waseca). Because environmental con-
Gold Country Seed, Inc. (GCS), 16506 Hwy. 15 N., P.O. Box 604, Hutchinson, MN 5535
ditions were not favorable for consistent
Golden Harvest (Golden Harvest), P.O. Box A, Waterloo, NE 68069
white mold growth, no meaningful data
Great Lakes Hybrids, Inc. (Great Lakes), 9915 W. M-21, Ovid, MI 48866
were obtained from these plots.
Hyland Seeds (Hyland), Box 130, 2 Hyland Drive, Blenheim, ON, Canada NOP1A0
Additional white mold information is
Jung Seed Genetics (Jung), 341 S. High St., Randolph, WI 53956
available at:
Kruger Seed Company (Kruger), Highway 20 East, Box A, Dike, IA 50624
www.soybeans.umn.edu/home.htm.
KSC/Challenger (KSC/Challenger), Box A, Dike, IA 50624
Latham Brothers Farm (Latham), 131 180th St., Alexander, IA 50420
Brown Stem Rot
Latham Seed Company (Latham), 131 180th St., Alexander, IA 50420
Brown stem rot (BSR) is a fungal disease
LG Seeds (LG), 710 N. Main St., Suite 201, River Falls, WI 54022
that can cause yield losses in certain
situations. The disease occurs most
Mallard Seed Co. (Mallard), P.O. Box 637, Plainview, MN 55964
frequently when soybeans follow soy-
Midwest Seed Genetics (MW Genetics), P.O. Box 518, Carroll, IA 51401
beans, but can occur where soybeans are
Monsanto Global Seed Group (Dekalb), 3100 Sycamore Road, De Kalb, IL 60115
planted every-other year. Resistant vari-
Mustang Seed (Mustang), Box 466, Madison, SD 57042
eties, or longer rotations, assist in the
NorthStar Genetics (NS), Box 40, Wanamingo, MN 55983
management of this disease. IA 1006,
Pioneer Hi-Bred International, Inc. (Pioneer), 921 Darien Dr., Madison WI 53717
Freeborn, Granite, Faribault, Archer,
Profiseed, Inc. (Profiseed), 1691 Highway 65, Hampton, IA 50441
and IA2008R are available public
Prairie Brand Research (PBR), 15 X Ave., Story City, IA 50248
varieties with resistance to BSR, while
privately developed varieties 2063RR,
Prairie Brand Seed Company (Prairie Brand), 15 X Ave., Story City, IA 50248
Ex-547RRN, Ex-097RR, Ex-467RR,
Ramy International, Ltd. (Ramy), 1329 N. Riverfront Drive, Mankato, MN 56001
Ex-547RRN, 1719RR, and 2169RR are
Renk Seed Co. (Renk), 6800 Wilburn Rd., Sun Prairie, WI 53590
reported to be resistant to BSR.
Sand Seed Service, Inc. (Sands), P.O. Box 648, Marcus, IA 51035
Some information refers to “tolerance” or
Sansgaard Seed Farms, Inc. (Sansgaard), 15 X Avenue, Story City, IA 50248
“field resistance.” Reliable tests for toler-
Seeds 2000 (Seeds 2000), P.O. Box 200, Breckenridge, MN 56520
ance or field resistance have not yet been
Sodak Genetics (Sodak Genetics), Box 2207A, SDSU, Brookings, SD 57007
developed.
Stine Seed Co. (Stine), 2225 Laredo Trail, Adel, IA 50003
Stine Seed Farm (Stine), 2225 Laredo Trail, Adel, IA 50003
Special Use Varieties
Syngenta Seeds (NK Brand), 3701 W 49th St., Suite 206, Sioux Falls, SD 57106
Recently there has been increased interest
in producing soybeans with special char-
Thompson Agronomics, Inc. (Thompson), 40321 130th Avenue, Leland, IA 50453
acteristics important to specialty food
Thompson Seeds, Inc. (Thompson), 40321 130th Ave., Leland, IA 50453
product manufacturers. Soybean scien-
Thunder Seed (Thunder) 3008 210th St. N., Hawley, MN 54549
tists previously developed some of these
Top Farm Hybrids (Top Farm), P.O. Box 850, Cokato, MN 55321
special-use varieties, which were general
Trelay Seeds (High Cycle's Trelay), 11623 State Road 80, Livingston, WI 53544
releases, but more recently varieties have
UAP Seed (Dyna-Gro), P.O. Box 10, Wall Lake, IA, 51466
been released under exclusive or nonexclu-
United Suppliers Inc, (U.S. Seeds) 30473 260th St., P.O. Box 538, Eldora, IA 50627
sive licenses to specific companies who
Wensman Seed Company (Wensman), P.O. Box 190, Wadena, MN 56482
then contract with growers for production.
Ziller Seed Co., Inc. (Ziller), 76374 380th St., Bird Island, MN 55310
3

Tables on pages 78-79 present the most
Soybean Planting Rate and Date
recent data available on the performance
Bushel Weight, Pounds ............................60
and characteristics of several of these
Seeds/Pound.........................................2,800
special use varieties. Contact the owner/
Planting Rate, Pounds/Acre ....................56
developer or exclusive marketing
Planting Rate, Seeds/Ft. of Row
company if you are interested in further
7-inch rows.................................................2
information about these varieties.
10-inch rows...............................................3
Publicly Developed Varieties
20-inch rows...............................................6
22-inch rows...............................................7
Important characteristics of the publicly
30-inch rows...............................................9
developed varieties entered in 2001 tests
Planting Date....................May 1 to May 10
are presented on page 80.
Performance and characteristics of public and private soybean varieties, northern zone;
Crookston, Moorhead and Shelly 1999-2001.

Brand or
Maturity
Yield, Percent of Mean
Percent of Mean
Maturity
Phytophthora
Chlorosis
Variety
Originator
Date
1999-2001
2000-2001
2001
Protein
Oil
Rating
Gene
Score
McCall
Minn. AES
9-11
76
77
87
97
98
00.7
S
3.7
90A07
Pioneer
9-13

87
96
98
107
00.7
S
3.2
Glacier
Minn. AES
9-15
104
98
97
100
98
00.8
Rps6
4.3
Jim
N.D. AES
9-16
96
95
104
101
97
00.8
S
3.7
Traill
N.D. AES
9-18
107
101
108
102
99
0.0
Rps1
3.3
Agassiz
Minn. AES
9-20
94
94
104
103
101
0.0
Rps1
3.3
X3103
Gold Country
9-20


96
97
102
0.2
S
4.1
Bygland
Gold Country
9-21


103
101
101
0.3
Rps1
3.1
Walsh
N.D. AES
9-22


105
100
101
0.2
Rps6
3.7
90B43
Pioneer
9-23
114
112
106
97
104
0.4
Rps1c
3.4
MN0301
Minn. AES
9-23
106
107
102
97
103
0.3
Rps1
3.3
Barnes
N.D. AES
9-23


96
98
104
0.4
Rps6
3.4
MN0302
Minn. AES
9-24

106
96
102
99
0.3
Rps1k
3.2
MN0201
Minn. AES
9-24

105
93
108
95
0.2
Rps1
2.9
2030
Thunder
9-24


92
101
98
0.3
S
3.7
398
Thunder
9-25


99
102
97
0.3
S
3.6
M-0512
Mustang
9-26


98
102
99
0.5
S
3.4
Council
N.D. AES
9-26
109
105
98
98
100
0.5
S
3.1
6038
Top Farm
9-27

113
109
99
100
0.3
Rps1c
4.0
Cass
Hyland
9-27


105
101
98
0.4
Rps1k
3.7
DSR-061
Dairyland
9-27


102
99
102
0.6
Rps1k
4.1
Lambert
Minn. AES
9-27
108
106
98
100
99
0.7
Rps1
4.3
DST0810
Dairyland
9-28


112
97
103
0.7
S
3.6
M-0700
Mustang
9-28
104
107
102
100
102
0.5
S
3.7
Mean
41.7 bu/a
39.3 bu/a 43.0 bu/a
35.0 %
19.0 %
LSD 20%
2
3
5
Performance and characteristics of public and private soybean varieties, central zone;
Becker, Morris and Rosemount 1999-2001.

Brand or
Maturity
Yield, Percent of Mean
Percent of Mean
Maturity Phytophthora
Chlorosis
Variety
Originator
Date
1999-2001
2000-2001
2001
Protein
Oil
Rating
Gene
Score
90B43
Pioneer
9-6
94
92
95
93
108
0.4
Rps1c
3.3
2105
Thunder
9-7


89
101
100
0.5
Rps1k
3.5
Barnes
N.D. AES
9-9

87
85
98
109
0.4
Rps6
3.4
MN0301
Minn. AES
9-10
84
88
84
100
104
0.3
Rps1
3.3
MN0302
Minn. AES
9-11


84
101
102
0.3
Rps1k
3.2
4

Brand or
Maturity
Yield, Percent of Mean
Percent of Mean
Maturity Phytophthora
Chlorosis
Variety
Originator
Date
1999-2001
2000-2001
2001
Protein
Oil
Rating
Gene
Score
T-3163
Thompson
9-13


101
101
101
1.5
Rps1k
3.3
Surge
Minn. & S.D. AES
9-14
102
105
107
101
102
1.0
Rps1
3.4
406
Northstar
9-14


95
100
99
0.4
S
4.2
X0108P70
Agripro/Garst
9-15


98
97
103
0.8
Rps1k
3.4
91B01
Pioneer
9-15
98
99
95
97
104
1.0
Rps1k
3.5
Lambert
Minn. AES
9-15
95
97
95
99
101
0.7
Rps1
4.3
MN0901
Minn. AES
9-15
95
95
87
98
103
0.9
Rps1
4.3
Kato
Minn. AES
9-15
90
94
83
107
95
1.4
Rps1
3.2
USS131
United Suppliers
9-16


102
99
100
1.5
S
3.5
MN1302
Minn. AES
9-17


101
94
103
1.3
Rps1k
3.2
EX 0127
Sands
9-17


100
99
100
1.4
Rps1k
3.5
6077
Topfarm
9-17
97
99
90
96
103
0.7
Rps1c
3.4
E1011
Topfarm
9-18


107
94
102
1.1
Rps1c
2.8
K-0707
KSC/Challenger
9-18


106
99
104
0.7
S
2.8
ADV1010
Advantage
9-18


94
100
100
1.0
Rps1k
3.6
MN0902CN
Minn. AES
9-18
89
91
87
100
99
0.9
S
3.7
933
Northstar
9-19
105
110
109
101
98
0.9
S
3.3
2209
Thunder
9-19


108
99
100
0.9
S
3.8
PB-1221
Prairie Brand
9-19

105
106
99
102
1.2
Rps1k
3.9
USE131
US Seeds
9-19


97
98
102
1.3
S
3.2
Sargent
N.D. AES
9-19


89
98
101
1.3
Rps6
3.4
M-1138
Mustang
9-20
110
113
112
101
99
1.3
S
3.6
91B53
Pioneer
9-20
108
108
105
102
97
1.6
S
3.7
MN1301
Minn. AES
9-20
95
97
95
102
101
1.3
Rps1
3.3
MN1401
Minn. AES
9-20
94
96
89
102
99
1.4
Rps1
3.2
1545
Farm Advantage
9-21


102
103
97
1.4
S
3.3
K-1333
Kruger
9-21
108
107
102
101
98
1.3
S
4.2
PBR-174
PBR
9-21

108
101
104
97
1.7
S
3.9
Parker
Minn. AES
9-22
108
111
111
99
102
1.5
Rps1
4.7
PS1600
Profiseed
9-22

114
110
103
97
1.5
S
3.0
PB-146
Prairie Brand
9-22
109
110
105
100
99
1.5
S
3.5
M-1172
Mustang
9-22

109
103
101
98
1.7
S
3.5
140 Brand
Latham
9-22
109
110
103
103
97
1.4
S
3.4
Freeborn
Minn. AES
9-22
96
98
95
104
98
1.6
Rps1
3.8
K-1888
Yield King
9-22


94
99
99
1.6
Rps1k
3.5
K-1313
KSC/Challenger
9-23


119
100
97
1.3
S
4.5
PBR 172
PBR
9-23


116
100
97
1.7
S
3.9
SOI 144
Sands
9-23
115
116
114
103
96
1.4
S
3.9
K-1808
Kruger
9-24


115
97
101
1.6
S
3.3
PB-178
Prairie Brand
9-24


112
103
99
1.7
S
3.4
DSR-160
Dairyland
9-25


93
102
96
1.6
S
3.7
K-1919
Kruger
9-26

118
116
101
99
1.7
S
3.7
K-1909
Yield King
9-26


110
96
98
1.7
S
3.3
DSR-183
Dairyland
9-26


102
102
98
1.8
S
3.8
K-1818
KSC/Challenger
9-27


89
102
99
1.6
S
3.5
M-1182
Mustang
9-29


101
106
92
1.8
S
3.8
K-1809
KSC/Challenger
9-29


97
100
96
1.6
Rps1
4.1
Mean
55.5 bu/acre
50.7 bu/acre
46.0 bu/acre
35.0%
19.0%
LSD 20%
2
2
4
5

Performance and characteristics of public and private soybean varieties, southern zone;
Waseca, Lamberton and Fairmont 1999-2001.

Brand or
Maturity
Yield, Percent of Mean
Percent of Mean
Maturity Phytophthora
Chlorosis
Variety
Originator
Date
1999-2001
2000-2001
2001
Protein
Oil
Rating
Gene
Score
MN1301
Minn. AES
9-21
92

89
105
102
1.3
Rps1
3.3
MN1401
Minn. AES
9-22
91
90
90
102
103
1.4
Rps1
3.2
MN1302
Minn. AES
9-23


90
98
102
1.3
Rps1k
3.2
91B92
Pioneer
9-25


95
97
107
1.9
Rps1k
4.4
Parker
Minn. AES
9-26
100
101
100
100
102
1.5
Rps1
4.7
Freeborn
Minn. AES
9-26
92
90
95
103
99
1.6
Rps1
3.8
MN1801
Minn. AES
9-27
101
92
99
101
101
1.8
Rps1c
3.8
91B53
Pioneer
9-27
101
95
92
102
101
1.6
S
3.8
EXP 7217-114
Sands
9-28


110
97
104
1.8
Rps1
4.0
6161
Top Farm
9-28

100
97
102
100
1.7
Rps1c
3.7
Sturdy
Minn. AES
9-28
90
89
89
104
99
2.0
Rps1
3.7
PBR 172
PBR
9-29


105
99
101
1.7
S
3.2
1922N
Farm Advantage
9-29


94
100
101
1.9
Rps1k
3.9
K-1888
KSC/Challenger
9-29


94
99
102
1.7
Rps1k
4.3
K-1909
Kruger
9-30


108
94
102
1.8
S
3.4
SOI 202
Sands
9-30


100
96
102
2.0
S
3.9
6197
Top Farm
9-30

97
96
99
101
1.9
S
3.6
D208
Garst
9-30


94
101
99
2.0
Rps1c
3.5
PB-178
Prairie Brand
10-1


107
99
102
1.7
S
3.9
H-1771
Golden Harvest
10-1


103
101
98
1.7
S
4.8
IA2021
Iowa AES
10-1
100
98
103
95
102
2.1
Rps1k
4.3
2077
Viking
10-1


102
102
101
1.9
S
3.6
K-1919
Kruger
10-1

103
102
101
101
1.7
S
3.5
Clements
Gold Country
10-1

104
101
103
97
2.1
S
3.9
T-3231
Thompson
10-1

102
101
102
101
2.3
Rps1
4.5
PB-194
Prairie Brand
10-1
101
100
100
101
101
1.9
S
4.0
USS199
US Seeds
10-1

97
95
102
98
1.9
S
3.5
T-3222
Thompson
10-2
107
106
108
100
100
2.2
S
3.9
PS 2209
Profiseed
10-2


108
99
101
2.2
S
4.1
K-1809
KSC/Challenger
10-2


104
94
103
1.6
Rps1
4.5
IA2050
Iowa AES
10-2

105
103
100
101
2.1
S
4.0
2002
Northstar
10-2
105
105
102
101
96
1.9
S
3.9
PS 2035
Profiseed
10-2


102
102
99
1.9
S
4.5
EXP 7331
Sands
10-2


101
101
102
2.4
Rps1
4.1
SOI 169
Sands
10-2
104
102
100
101
98
2.0
S
3.6
T-3201
Thompson
10-2

102
100
97
101
2.0
S
4.0
PB-217
Prairie Brand
10-2
103
100
100
100
101
2.1
S
4.1
PBR-202
PBR
10-2
104
102
98
100
99
2.0
S
3.8
K-2333
Yield King
10-2


96
95
102
2.1
S
4.6
IA1006
Iowa AES
10-2
97
97
93
97
101
1.6
S
3.8
2199
Viking
10-3
107
106
110
102
96
2.1
S
3.6
K-1818
KSC/Challenger
10-3


106
101
101
1.6
S
4.4
USS250
US Seeds
10-3


105
100
102
2.4
S
3.8
H-2052
Golden Harvest
10-3


105
103
94
2.0
S
3.3
392Brand
Latham
10-3

105
104
103
96
1.9
S
4.1
K-2325+
Kruger
10-3

106
104
100
100
2.2
S
4.3
M-2218
Mustang
10-3
104
104
103
102
97
2.1
S
4.4
230
Trelay
10-3


103
100
97
2.3
S
3.6
570 Brand
Latham
10-3

106
103
100
100
2.2
S
3.7
A2553
Asgrow
10-3


103
101
99
2.5
Rps1k
4.2
6

Brand or
Maturity
Yield, Percent of Mean
Percent of Mean
Maturity Phytophthora
Chlorosis
Variety
Originator
Date
1999-2001
2000-2001
2001
Protein
Oil
Rating
Gene
Score
K-2525+
Yield King
10-3


103
101
98
2.3
S
3.4
X0120Y72
Agripro/Garst
10-3


102
101
101
2.1
S
3.8
K-2313
Kruger
10-3


101
100
97
2.1
Rps1
4.1
PB-230
Prairie Brand
10-3

101
97
99
99
2.3
Rps1
4.1
IA2008R
Iowa AES
10-3
100
98
97
99
97
2.1
Rps1k
3.5
M-2251
Mustang
10-4

102
102
99
101
2.5
S
3.9
690 Brand
Latham
10-4


102
99
103
2.4
S
4.4
K-2343A
KSC/Challenger
10-4


102
101
95
2.1
S
4.5
IA2052
Iowa AES
10-4

97
95
101
99
2.3
Rps1
4.0
M-2252
Mustang
10-5


92
101
94
2.5
S
3.8
DKB23-73
Dekalb
10-6


86
101
97
2.3
S
4.8
Mean
53.9 bu/acre
55.8 bu/acre
60.9 bu/acre
34.0%
18.7%
LSD 20%
4
4
5
Performance and characteristics of very early maturing soybean varieties, 1997-2001.
Maturity
Yield, Percent of Mean
Percent of Mean
Phytophthora
Chlorosis
Variety
Rating
Grand Rapids
Roseau
Kennedy
Average
Protein
Oil
Gene
Score
McCall
00.7
99
96
96
97
99
101
S
4.2
Jim
00.8
115
115
109
113
99
100
S
4.0
Agassiz
0.0
98
92
96
95
101
100
Rps1
4.2
Traill
0.0
88
97
99
94
102
98
S
3.9
Mean
25.3 bu/acre
26.8 bu/acre
30.2 bu/acre
27.1 bu/acre
35.6%
17.0%
LSD 20%
4
6
9
7
Performance and characteristics of public soybean varieties, southeastern Minn., 1997-2001.
Maturity
Percent of Mean
Phytophthora
Chlorosis
Variety
Rating
Yield
Protein
Oil
Gene
Score
Lambert
0.8
93
100
105
Rps1
3.6
MN1301
1.3
94
100
101
Rps1c
3.3
Kato
1.3
95
106
97
Rps1
3.2
Parker
1.5
101
99
101
Rps1
3.7
Freeborn
1.6
99
102
97
Rps1
3.3
A1900
1.9
100
94
106
Rps1k
4.2
Sturdy
2.0
106
102
95
Rps1
3.7
IA1006
1.6
107
99
99
S
3.8
IA2021
2.1
103
98
102
Rps1k
4.2
Mean
40.3 bu/acre
36.0%
17.2 %
LSD 20%
5
Performance and characteristics of Roundup Ready soybean varieties, northern zone;
Crookston and Shelly 1999-2001.

Brand or
Maturity
Yield, Percent of Mean
Percent of Mean
Maturity Phytophthora
Chlorosis
Variety
Originator
Date
1999-2001
2000-2001
2001
Protein
Oil
Rating
Gene
Score
PBX 0081RR
Sansgaard
9-17


102
104
101
00.8
Rps1c
4.2
PBX 0071RR
Sansgaard
9-19


91
99
99
00.7
S
4.3
W 2025RR
Wensman
9-19


89
100
103
0.2
Rps1c
3.9
90B11
Pioneer
9-20


110
100
100
0.1
S
4.6
0300-4
Stine
9-21


102
101
103
0.3
S
4.0
7

Performance and characteristics of Roundup Ready soybean varieties, northern zone;
Crookston and Shelly 1999-2001 (continued).

Brand or
Maturity
Yield, Percent of Mean
Percent of Mean
Maturity Phytophthora
Chlorosis
Variety
Originator
Date
1999-2001
2000-2001
2001
Protein
Oil
Rating
Gene
Score
RR Rally
Hyland
9-22


100
104
98
0.7
Rps1k
3.4
DKB03-51
Dekalb
9-23

102
114
100
104
0.3
Rps1
4.8
0090-4
Stine
9-23


96
102
100
0.1
S
4.2
PB-0121RR
Prairie Brand
9-23


80
97
102
0.1
S
4.5
R200RR
Ramy
9-24

97
101
99
105
0.2
S
4.3
W2054RR
Wensman
9-26


106
100
101
0.5
Rps1k
3.6
0205RR
Northstar
9-26

96
96
100
102
0.2
S
4.0
2200RR
Thunder
9-26


95
101
101
0.1
S
4.5
R0755RR
Ramy
9-26


89
100
101
00.7
S
4.0
PBX 0201RR
Sansgaard
9-26


67
97
104
0.2
S
3.8
DKB06-51
Dekalb
9-27

103
111
101
98
0.6
Rps1k
4.4
K-080-1RR
KSC/Challenger
9-27


111
100
100
0.6
Rps1
3.5
6059RR
Top Farm
9-27
101
96
98
98
101
0.3
S
4.4
PB-0601RR
Prairie Brand
9-27


95
99
100
0.6
S
4.2
RR Rugged
Hyland
9-27
99
93
93
100
100
0.3
S
4.2
PBR 0091RR
PBR
9-27


86
100
100
00.9
S
4.3
M-021RR
Mustang
9-27


70
98
104
0.2
S
3.9
2020RR
Seeds2000
9-28


75
98
102
0.2
S
4.7
M-051RR
Mustang
9-29


122
100
101
0.5
S
3.8
K-077-1RR
Kruger
9-29

105
110
101
98
0.5
Rps1k
3.6
0700-4
Stine
9-29

104
109
105
99
0.7
S
4.0
K-051RR
KSC/Challenger
9-29


109
100
97
0.3
Rps1k
4.0
M-052RR
Mustang
9-29


108
100
97
0.5
Rps1k
4.4
X-0040RR
Dahlco
9-29


107
100
99
0.3
S
4.3
PB-0810RR
Prairie Brand
9-29

102
107
98
99
0.8
Rps1k
4.3
DSR-030/RR
Dairyland
9-29


106
104
97
0.3
Rps1c
4.0
W2050RR
Wensman
9-29

101
105
102
96
0.5
Rps1k
4.3
0026RR
Northstar
9-29


103
98
101
0.0
S
4.2
M-079RR
Mustang
9-29
98
103
101
98
100
0.7
Rps1k
4.5
2203RR
Thunder
9-29


93
98
104
0.3
Rps1k
3.8
0506RR
Northstar
9-30


125
100
102
0.5
S
4.8
K-077RR
Kruger
9-30

110
125
102
97
0.5
S
4.5
PBX 0621RR
Sansgaard
9-30


120
96
104
0.6
S
4.4
PBR 0561RR
PBR
9-30


109
100
99
0.5
S
4.2
W2039RR
Wensman
9-30
101
96
96
99
106
0.3
S
4.3
RR Richland
Hyland
9-30


92
103
95
0.8
Rps1k
3.9
6020RR
Top Farm
9-30

95
82
98
104
0.2
S
4.4
K-090RR
Kruger
10-1


109
101
94
0.7
Rps1c
3.5
K-091-1RR
KSC/Challenger
10-1


108
98
100
0.6
S
4.0
PBR 0920RR
PBR
10-1


98
100
97
0.9
S
4.4
K-050RR
KSC/Challenger
10-2


94
99
100
0.3
S
4.5
PBR 0941RR
PBR
10-3


94
100
96
0.9
Rps1k
3.8
DST 1114RR
Dairyland
10-4


94
96
98
0.7
S
3.7
PB-0321RR
Prairie Brand
10-5


79
101
103
0.3
Rps1k
3.3
Mean
39.5 bu/acre
37.0 bu/acre
32.9 bu/acre
34.5%
18.8%
LSD 20%
5
5
9
8

Performance and characteristics of Roundup Ready soybean varieties, central zone;
Rosemount and Morris 1999-2001.

Brand or
Maturity
Yield, Percent of Mean
Percent of Mean
Maturity Phytophthora
Chlorosis
Variety
Originator
Date
1999-2001
2000-2001
2001
Protein
Oil
Rating
Gene
Score
6208RR
Gold Country
9-12


83
98
100
0.8
Rps1k
3.9
RR Rally
Hyland Seed
9-12

82
83
100
102
0.7
Rps1k
3.5
RS071RR
Renk
9-12


78
99
103
0.7
Rps1k
3.1
PB-0810RR
Prairie Brand
9-13


95
101
101
0.8
Rps1k
4.4
X-0080RR
Dahlco
9-13


85
103
100
0.8
Rps1k
3.1
0805RR
Northstar
9-13


82
99
98
0.8
S
3.8
DKB06-51
Dekalb
9-14

89
93
101
97
0.6
Rps1k
4.4
2108RR
Thunder
9-14


91
98
103
0.8
Rps1k
3.8
RR X0512
Mallard
9-14


88
98
101
0.5
Rps1k
4.1
AG0801
Asgrow
9-15
97
96
104
99
103
0.8
Rps1k
3.7
ADV0880R
Advantage
9-15


95
101
101
0.8
Rps1k
3.8
GR0945
Midwest Seed
9-15


87
106
98
0.9
Rps1
3.9
EX-097RR
Latham
9-15


85
98
103
0.9
Rps1k
3.7
SOI 0820RR
Sands
9-15


83
98
101
0.8
Rps1k
3.3
SO8-R4
NK Brand
9-16


97
100
95
0.8
Rps1k
4.0
XR0105P01
Agripro/Garst
9-16


95
103
99
0.5
Rps1k
3.4
H-0979RR
Golden Harvest
9-16
93
90
90
105
99
0.9
S
4.4
2109RR
Thunder
9-17


102
102
100
0.9
Rps1
2.9
M-093RR
Mustang
9-17


100
100
102
0.9
Rps1
3.8
BT7106R
Ziller
9-17

93
96
98
98
1.0
Rps1c
3.7
0905RR
Northstar
9-17


93
99
103
0.9
S
3.7
E1051RR
Top Farm
9-17


89
97
104
0.5
Rps1k
4.5
SD1091RR
Sodak Genetics
9-18


112
101
105
0.9
Rps1
4.2
91B52
Pioneer
9-18
103
100
109
97
107
1.5
Rps1k
4.0
PB-1030RR
Prairie Brand
9-18


104
102
98
1.0
Rps1c
4.1
R-995
Ramy
9-18


102
98
105
0.9
Rps1
3.7
EXP. 40302R
Ziller
9-18


101
102
101
1.0
Rps1
3.6
RR X0912
Mallard
9-18


96
98
103
0.9
Rps1
3.5
E1091-A RR
Top Farm
9-18


96
102
99
0.9
Rps1
4.0
1007-4
Stine
9-18


95
99
104
1.0
S
4.7
8095RR
Jung
9-18


95
101
101
0.9
Rps1k
3.9
T-3081RR
Thompson
9-18


90
100
102
0.8
Rps1
3.8
91B12
Pioneer
9-18


87
99
103
1.1
S
4.5
RR Richland
Hyland Seed
9-18


84
102
100
0.8
Rps1k
3.7
SOI 1200RR
Sands
9-19

106
111
96
101
1.2
Rps1k
4.4
RR 1011
Mallard
9-19

101
100
96
105
1.0
Rps1c
3.9
C9093RR
LG Seeds
9-19


99
97
108
0.9
S
4.6
1016RR
Northstar
9-19


94
97
102
1.0
S
3.5
DKB10-51
Dekalb
9-19

89
88
100
100
1.0
Rps1c
4.3
BT7101R
Ziller
9-19

85
87
102
100
1.0
S
4.4
2110RR
Gold Country
9-19


85
101
97
1.0
Rps1k
4.1
0954RR
Northstar
9-19


83
99
103
0.9
S
4.6
USS0909RR
US Seeds
9-20

94
105
99
104
0.9
S
4.5
DSR-101/RR
Dairyland
9-20


99
102
103
1.1
S
3.7
S10-T1
NK Brand
9-20


98
99
98
1.0
Rps1k
4.3
0806-4
Stine
9-20


93
99
103
0.9
S
3.8
RS101RR
Renk
9-20


91
99
98
1.0
Rps1c
4.2
XR0114Y06
Agripro/Garst
9-21


103
99
103
1.4
S
3.9
2102RR
High Cycle
9-21


101
99
101
1.0
Rps1c
3.8
AG1301
Asgrow
9-21
105
101
100
97
103
1.3
Rps1
4.2
9

Performance and characteristics of Roundup Ready soybean varieties, central zone;
Rosemount and Morris 1999-2001 (continued).

Brand or
Maturity
Yield, Percent of Mean
Percent of Mean
Maturity Phytophthora
Chlorosis
Variety
Originator
Date
1999-2001
2000-2001
2001
Protein
Oil
Rating
Gene
Score
XR0111PO4
Agripro/Garst
9-21


98
102
96
1.1
Rps1k
3.5
2007RR
Dahlman
9-21


98
102
98
0.7
S
3.7
USE1002RR
US Seeds
9-21


96
97
102
1.0
Rps1c
4.1
XR0109Y03
Agripro/Garst
9-21


96
102
97
0.9
S
3.9
W2100RR
Wensman
9-21

92
88
96
102
1.1
Rps1c
4.2
C1432RR
LG Seeds
9-21

100
88
94
107
1.4
Rps1k
3.9
1501RR
Agripro/Garst
9-22


107
97
98
1.5
S
4.0
2110RR
Seeds2000
9-22


104
99
102
1.1
Rps1k
3.7
RS141RR
Renk
9-22


104
95
105
1.4
Rps1k
4.2
R-1505
Ramy
9-22


104
98
101
1.5
Rps1k
4.0
9145RR
Dahlco
9-22

98
103
99
102
1.4
S
3.9
91B33
Pioneer
9-22


99
98
106
1.3
Rps1k
4.3
K-121 RR
Kruger
9-22


96
104
97
1.0
S
3.9
SOI 140RR
Sands
9-22


93
97
104
1.4
Rps1k
3.1
SOI 174RR
Sands
9-23


120
97
99
1.5
Rps1c
4.1
USS1501RR
US Seeds
9-23


117
103
97
1.5
S
3.7
2152RR
High Cycle
9-23

114
115
92
105
1.5
Rps1c
4.2
RS159RR
Renk
9-23
115
116
115
95
101
1.5
Rps1c
3.3
DKB16-51
Dekalb
9-23

103
110
102
95
1.6
S
3.9
M-151RR
Mustang
9-23
111
111
109
92
102
1.5
Rps1c
3.9
2213RR
Gold Country
9-23


109
104
98
1.3
S
4.0
1508RR
Anderson
9-23


109
103
96
1.5
S
4.0
K-149 RR
KSC/Challenger
9-23


108
96
101
1.3
Rps1c
4.1
PBR 1620RR
PBR
9-23


108
98
101
1.7
Rps1c
4.0
BT7150R
Ziller
9-23

111
106
98
101
1.5
Rps1c
3.5
W2153RR
Wensman
9-23


105
101
99
1.5
S
3.7
M-132RR
Mustang
9-23


105
104
102
1.3
S
4.4
7153
Farm Advantage
9-23


105
105
97
1.5
S
4.1
GR1545
Midwest Seed
9-23


103
106
92
1.5
S
4.0
AG1602
Asgrow
9-23

103
103
99
100
1.6
Rps1k
3.9
1702RR
Agripro/Garst
9-23


102
97
99
1.5
Rps1c
4.1
2210RR
Thunder
9-23


99
103
103
1.0
S
3.8
8137RR
Jung
9-23

104
99
109
97
1.3
S
3.9
PBR 0941RR
PBR
9-23


96
102
97
0.9
Rps1k
3.6
H-1565RR-1
Golden Harvest
9-24


118
95
101
1.5
Rps1c
3.9
PB-1540RR
Prairie Brand
9-24

108
117
102
98
1.5
S
4.3
8151RR
Jung
9-24


116
105
94
1.5
S
3.5
W2160RR
Wensman
9-24

106
113
92
104
1.6
Rps1c
4.0
M-152RR
Mustang
9-24

106
111
102
98
1.5
S
3.8
RR X1312
Mallard
9-24


109
101
99
1.3
S
3.9
DSR-130/RR
Dairyland
9-24

102
107
96
101
1.3
S
3.7
PB-1246RR
Prairie Brand
9-24

104
105
105
99
1.3
S
4.6
1303-4
Stine
9-24


103
100
101
1.4
Rps1k
4.5
W2131
Wensman
9-24


102
100
103
1.3
Rps1k
3.8
K-166 RR
Kruger
9-24


102
94
102
1.4
Rps1c
4.4
K-133 RR
KSC/Challenger
9-24


102
105
98
1.3
S
4.3
6016RR
Gold Country
9-24


101
95
99
1.5
Rps1c
3.9
PBX 1241RR
Sansgaard
9-24


96
101
101
1.2
Rps1k
4.2
909RR
Dahlman
9-24


91
97
102
0.9
Rps1k
4.4
S14-G3
NK Brand
9-24


88
100
98
1.4
Rps1k
4.5
10

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