Table 35. Three year across locations mean yields and agronomic characteristics of 12 Maturity Group V Early (5.0-5.5) soybean varieties evaluated in five REC tests in Tennessee during 2015-2017.

MS†
Avg.
Yield
Variety*Trait Package‡ Avg. Yield§
(bu/ac)
Avg. Yield Std Err.Moisture
(%)
Lodging‖
(1-5)
Plant Height
(in.)
Maturity¶
(DAP)
Protein††
(%)
Oil††
(%)
Average59413.123813840.121.9
ACredenz CZ 5147 LLLL63412.71.53314040.321.2
AAR UA 5014CCONV61413.41.23413639.621.8
AUSDA JTN-5110CONV60412.92.43713940.621.7
AGoSoy LelandCONV60412.93.13613739.721.8
ACredenz CZ 5242 LLLL60413.02.14314040.422.3
AAR R09-430CONV60412.91.73313640.422.7
ACredenz CZ 5150 LLLL60413.01.44213838.822.9
ADyna-Gro S52LL66LL59413.12.54313940.422.3
ATN Exp TN13-4303CONV58413.61.63513741.421.3
AProgeny 5414LLSLL,STS57413.12.74313941.221.8
ATerral REV 52A94RR,STS57413.62.63913539.321.7
AAR UA 5414RRRR51412.82.93613738.921.3
 † 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.‖  Lodging = 1 to 5 scale; where 1 = 95% of plants erect; 2.5 = ~50% of plants leaning at angle ≥ 45°; 5 = 95+% of plants leaning at an angle ≥ 45°.¶ Maturity = days after planting (DAP).††Protein & Oil on dry weight basis. 
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