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Peanut Variety and Quality Evaluation Results. 2019. I. Agronomic and Grade Data

SPES-93NP (SPES-181NP) In 2019, PVQE included 28 genotypes: 6 commercial varieties, including the line N12008olCLSmT released in 2017 as Bailey II, and 22 advanced breeding lines developed by the North Carolina State University and University of Florida/Virginia Tech peanut breeding programs (Table 1). All breeding lines have the ";high oleic "; characteristic and they are marked by ";"; letters in their names; the commercial cultivars are conventional for this trait with the exception of Sullivan and Wynne. Genotypes were planted from May 3 through June 10 at five locations: the Tidewater AREC in Suffolk, VA, Martin Co., NC, the Upper Coastal Plain Research Station (UCPRS) near Rocky Mount, NC, Bladen County, NC, and the Edisto Research and Education Center at Blackville, SC. At Suffolk and Martin two digging dates and two replications within each digging date were planted in a RCBD design. The first digging date was approximately two weeks earlier than the optimum harvest date (the second digging date in this test). This setting allows identification of early maturing varieties. At the UCPRS and Bladen County, only one digging date (optimum) replicated twice at each site was planted. For all locations, cultivars were compared with the breeding lines for yield and grading characteristics, as the ultimate objective is development of improved Virginia-type peanut cultivars.


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