Table 8. Mean yields† of 18 soft red winter wheat varieties

Table 8. Mean yields† of 18 soft red winter wheat varieties evaluated at four locations (n=12) in Tennessee for three years, 2016 – 2018.
BrandVarietyAvg. Yield (n=12)‡ bu/aKnoxvilleSpringfieldJacksonMilan
USG353687.197.082.487.581.3
Va TechHilliard86.791.684.487.283.1
Progeny#Bullet85.989.083.692.378.6
Pioneer26R1085.982.779.398.083.4
StrattonGo Wheat 205885.088.878.690.382.8
Pioneer26R4184.991.777.886.383.6
USG389583.584.974.993.081.4
USG343883.088.076.287.180.6
StrattonGo Wheat 205982.697.578.678.376.0
USG340482.581.072.188.088.6
Progeny#Warrior81.992.876.372.782.6
Progeny#Turbo81.198.680.473.572.0
AgriPro/SyngentaSY Viper80.583.282.373.180.9
Croplan by WinfieldSRW 941580.480.668.488.883.8
Pioneer26R5980.377.973.084.785.5
TN Exp.TN 160479.978.984.582.875.0
Dyna-gro952279.077.566.187.085.2
TFCFFR 240778.578.963.690.680.1
Average (bu/a)82.686.776.885.881.3
L.S.D..05 (bu/a)14.511.814.8169.6
C.V. (%)5.611.112.314.88.5
† All yields are adjusted to 13.5% moisture.‡ n = number of environments 
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