Table 10. Mean yields and agronomic characteristics of five corn hybrids evaluated for silage in three County Standard Tests in Tennessee during 2017.
|Hybrid †||Trait Package ‡||Dry Weight Avg. Yield |
|±||Std Err.||65% Moisture Avg. Yield|
|±||Std Err.||Moisture at harvest|
|Ear Height (inches)|
|A||NK N83D-3111||RR, LL, VIP3111||8.61||±||0.63||24.6||±||1.81||49||124||51|
|A||NK NK1573-3111A||RR, LL, VIP3111||8.36||±||0.63||23.88||±||1.81||52||113||45|
|A||Augusta 7768||GT, LL, VIP3110||8.14||±||0.63||23.26||±||1.81||54||118||46|
|A||Croplan 5678||RR, VT2P||7.97||±||0.63||22.76||±||1.81||52||105||44|
|A||Croplan 5900||RR, VT2P||7.9||±||0.63||22.56||±||1.81||56||119||54|
† Hybrids that have any MS letter in common are not significantly different at the 5% level of probability.
‡ For a full description of abbreviated biotech traits, see table 13.
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