Table 34. Two year across and by location mean yields of 18 Maturity Group V Early (5.0-5.5) soybean varieties evaluated in five REC tests in Tennessee during 2016-2017.

MS†
Avg.
Yield
Variety*Trait Package‡ Avg. Yield§
(bu/ac)
Avg. Yield Std Err.Knoxville
Irr.
(bu/ac)
Springfield
Irr.
(bu/ac)
Springfield
Non-Irr.
(bu/ac)
Milan
Irr.
(bu/ac)
Milan
Non-Irr.
(bu/ac)
Average5855855486763
AProgeny 5016RXSR2X,STS6756764537873
ACredenz CZ 5147 LLLL6356658507470
AAsgrow AG55X7 RR2XR2X6056255427862
AProgeny 5414LLSLL,STS6055568516167
ADyna-Gro S52LL66LL6055661516863
ACredenz CZ 5150 LLLL5955761516662
ACredenz CZ 5242 LLLL5956058476860
AGoSoy 5115LLLL5955359496962
AAR UA 5014CCONV5855652497164
AGoSoy LelandCONV5855757515769
AUSDA JTN-5110CONV5856051546264
AAR R09-430CONV5655750526459
AUSG 7547XTR2X5655748436960
ATerral REV 52A94RR,STS5655854476160
ATN Exp TN13-4303CONV5555549496659
AAsgrow AG53X6 RR2XR2X5555450436663
AProgeny 5417RXR2X5556247436460
AAR UA 5414RRRR5055546396049
 † Varieties that have any MS letter in common are not significantly different in yield at the 5% level of probability.* Varieties marked with an asterisk were in the top performing “A” group for two (**) or three (***) consecutive years within the previous three year evaluation period.‡  For a full description of abbreviated biotech traits, see table 26.All yields are adjusted to 13% moisture.