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1959 Performance of 



COMMERCIAL 
CORN HYBRIDS 



in nnois 



By Earl R. Leng 
G. L Ross 



ASHKUM 
STANFORD^ 



Location 
of 1959 
test fields 



GALESBURG^ 



GREENFIELD^ 

I I 

BROWNSTOWN 




Bulletin 651 

UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS AGRICULTURAL EXPERIMENT STATION 



CONTENTS 

PLAN OF THE TESTS 3 

GROWING CONDITIONS 6 

MEASURING PERFORMANCE 7 

CONTRIBUTORS OF SEED 8 

RESULTS OF VARIETY TESTS 10 

Extreme Northern Illinois: Woodstock 10 

Northern Illinois: DeKalb 12 

West North-Central Illinois: Galesburg 15 

East North-Central Illinois: Ashkum 19 

West-Central Illinois: Bowen 21 

Central Illinois: Stanford 23 

East-Central Illinois: Urbana 26 

West South-Central Illinois: Greenfield 30 

Southern Illinois: Brownstown 32 

Extreme Southern Illinois: Carbondale and Wolf Lake 35 

Increased Planting Rates 37 

Dwarf Hybrids 40 

SUMMARY 42 

PEDIGREES OF 60 HYBRIDS 44 

INDEX TO TABLES . . .45 



Special acknowledgment is due W. C. Jacob and R. D. Seif for processing the 
data. Acknowledgment is also due the following individuals for assistance with 
individual tests: A. R. Kemp and Don Teel, farm adviser and assistant in Knox 
County, for assistance with the test at Galesburg; D. R. Browning for assistance 
with the test at Wolf Lake; and Carlin Morton and John Abbott for assistance 
with the tests at Bowen and Ashkum, respectively. 



Urbana, Illinois January, 1960 

Publications in the Bulletin series report the results of investigations made 
or sponsored by the Experiment Station 



PERFORMANCE OF COMMERCIAL 
CORN HYBRIDS IN ILLINOIS, 1959 

By EARL R. LENG and G. L. Ross 1 

INCREASED CORN ACREAGE and generally favorable growing conditions 
caused the 1950 Illinois corn crop to be the largest in the state's 
history. Official estimates placed total production of corn at more than 
670 million bushels, almost 80 million bushels above the previous high 
set in 1958. The average yield was estimated at 67 bushels per acre, 
2 bushels below the record high average set in 1958. 2 

PLAN OF THE TESTS 

Number of hybrids and their sources. In 1959, 523 hybrids were 
grown in seventeen major tests at ten locations in the state. Fifty- five 
companies and individuals, as well as the Illinois Agricultural Experi- 
ment Station, furnished seed for the tests. 

Test fields were located at the same places as in 1957 and 1958. 
However, in addition to tests of normal hybrids at "regular" planting 
rates, two new test groups were introduced. These were tests of dwarf 
corn hybrids, at four locations, and of normal hybrids at increased 
planting rates, conducted at three test locations. A summary of general 
information on the tests is presented in Table 1. 

Representatives of the Illinois Station or of the Illinois Crop 
Improvement Association collected seed for planting the test fields. 
Seed was obtained directly from warehouses or seed supplies of the 
producers entering the respective hybrids. Seed of certain open- 
pedigreed hybrids was furnished by the Illinois Station. 

Selection of entries. Each year producers of hybrid seed corn 
are given an opportunity to nominate hybrids for testing in the various 
performance trials. A fee is charged for testing the hybrids nominated. 
For the past several years, all hybrids nominated by the closing date 
for entries have been accepted and tested in the performance test plots. 

Occasionally experimental hybrids are nominated by commercial 
seed firms for inclusion in the performance testing program. These 

1 EARL R. LENG, Professor of Agronomy ; G. L. Ross, Crops Testing Tech- 
nician. 

1 Estimates of yield for the state were furnished by the Illinois Cooperative 
Crop Reporting Service, Illinois State Department of Agriculture, cooperating 
with the U. S. Department of Agriculture. 



4 BULLETIN No. 651 [January, 

Table 1. GENERAL INFORMATION: Illinois Commercial Hybrid 

Corn Tests, 1959 



Field, county, location, 
and number of entries 


Date 
planted 


Date 
harvested 


Average 
acre 
yield 


Mois- 
ture in 
grain 


Erect 
plants 


Stand 


Dropped 
ears 


Normal hybrids, 
















regular planting rate 






bu. 


percl. 


perct. 


perct. 


perct. 


Woodstock: McHenry, Ex. N, 72 


May 16 


Nov. 12 


103.0 


21.8 


43 


94 




DeKalb: DeKalb, N, 121. . 


May 14 


Nov. 3 


106.5 


23.8 


91 


94 


i!6 


Galesburg: Knox, WNC, 132. 


May 7 


Oct. 17 


112.8 


21.1 


79 


88 




Ashkum: Iroquois, ENC, 110. 


May 25 


Oct. 22 


89.1 


22.0 


95 


82 




Bowen: Hancock, WC, 90. .. 


May 26 


Oct. 15 


90.2 


23.8 


88 


89 


".& 


Stanford: McLean, C, 100. . . 


May 5 


Oct. 10-12 


112.6 


21.5 


93 


94 


1.1 


Urbana: Champaign, EC, 121 


May 19 


Oct. 27 


101.7 


22.7 


94 


87 


1.4 


Greenfield: Macoupin, WSC, 7 


May 9 


Oct. 20 


94.7 


19.0 


70 


93 




Brownstown: Fayette, S, 81 .. 


June 4 


Oct. 31 


81.7 


23.8 


92 


92 


i'.2 


Wolf Lake: Union, Ex. S, 56. 


May 11 


Oct. 1 


84.0 


20.2 


89 


90 




Normal hybrids, 
















increased planting rate 
















DeKalb: DeKalb, N, 56 


May 14 


Nov. 3 


97.6 


23.6 


85 


91 




Urbana: Champaign, EC, 72. .. 


May 19 


Oct. 27 


89.2 


21.0 


90 


84 


".& 


Greenfield: Macoupin, WSC, 49. 


May 9 


Oct. 20 


100.5 


19.2 


54 


88 




Dwarf hybrids 
















DeKalb: DeKalb, N, 25 


May 14 


Nov. 3 


90.5 


24.5 


100 


93 




Urbana: Champaign, EC, 25 ... 


May 19 


Oct. 27 


70.7 


24.0 


99 


90 


".6 


Greenfield: Macoupin, WSC, 25. 


May 9 


Oct. 20 


69.2 


19.3 


88 


94 




Brownstown: Fayette, S, 25 .... 


June 4 


Oct. 31 


68.1 


24.4 


99 


95 


".& 



COOPERATORS: EARL HUGHES, McHenry county; RALPH ANDERSON and RALPH HAWTHORNE, 
Knox county; D. L. PETERSON, Iroquois county; ELDON GOLDEN, Hancock county; ROBERT BUTH, 
McLean county; CHARLES Ross, Macoupin county; EARL SCHWARM and H. O. LEWIS, Fayette county; 
SHAWNEE HIGH SCHOOL, Union county. Tests in DeKalb and Champaign counties were located on 
University of Illinois farms managed by R. E. BELL and C. H. FARNHAM. P. E. JOHNSON, Assistant 
Professor of Soil Fertility, supervised field operations on the test in Fayette county, and D. R. BROWNING 
supervised field operations on the Union county test field. 

have been accepted and tested in the same manner as commercially 
available hybrids. Experimental hybrids and standard open-pedigreed 
hybrids produced by the Illinois Station also are included in certain 
of the tests. The performance of additional experimental hybrids in 
1959 and preceding years is reported in Illinois Bulletin 652. 

Soil characteristics of fields. The test fields usually are medium 
to high in productivity, and each is chosen to represent a soil type 
common to the region where it is located. Insofar as possible, each 
field is selected for uniformity in soil type, productivity, and drainage. 
Approximate locations of test fields are shown on the map on the 
cover. Soil characteristics and management are described in Table 2. 

Field-plot design. The experimental designs used were ran- 
domized blocks, lattice squares, or lattice designs of the appropriate 
size, with three replications each. Data were recorded on mark-sense 
cards and were processed by a combination of procedures on IBM 
equipment and the Illiac digital computer. 

Method of planting. All test fields were planted by hand on 
land prepared in the normal way for corn. All test plots except those 



1960] 



COMMERCIAL CORN HYBRIDS 



at DeKalb, Urbana, and Brownstown were part of larger cornfields 
and were surrounded by farmers' corn. Individual plots consisted of 
one row, ten hill-spaces long. Planting simulated "power checking," 
with one, two, or three kernels being dropped each 20 inches, depend- 
ing on the planting rate desired. Planting rates of 12,000 plants per 
acre were used at Brownstown and Wolf Lake and in the "regular 
rate" test at Greenfield. The planting rate at Woodstock, Galesburg, 
Ashkum, Bowen, and Stanford and in the "regular rate" tests at 
DeKalb and Urbana was 16,000 plants per acre. For the "increased 
planting rate" tests, the rates were 24,000 per acre at DeKalb and 
Urbana, and 20,000 at Greenfield. The plots were not thinned. 

Table 2. TEST FIELDS: Soil Characteristics, Management Practices, 

and Rainfall in 1959 



Lime 



Available Available 



9r.il tvrw rpniiirp nvaiuum rvvdiiduic 

Soil type re <l ulre - phosphorus potassium 



Previous crops and rainfall 



tons Extreme Northern: Woodstock 

High High Alfalfa 19S&; alfalfa 1957; oats and alfalfa 1956. 

Rainfall (inches): May 3.44; June 1.92; July 6.11; 
August 4.30. 

Northern: DeKalb 

High High Corn 1958; clover 1957; oats and clover 1956. 

Rainfall (inches): May 2.86; June 2.38; July 5.61; 
August 3.33. 

West North-Central: Galesburg 



Proctor 
silt loam 



Flanagan 
silt loam 



Herrick 
silt loam 



Cisne 
silt loam 



Riley fine 
sandy loam 



Medium High Alfalfa 1958; oats 1957; corn 1956. Rainfall (inches) : 

May 3.60; June 2.57; July 3.39; August 1.87. 

East North-Central: Ashkum 

High High Corn 1958; alfalfa 1957; oats 1956. Rainfall (inches) : 

May 8.85; June 0.69; July 5.30; August 1.72. 

West-Central: Bowen 

High High Alfalfa 1958; alfalfa 1957; wheat 1956. Rainfall 

(inches): May 5.07; June 0.67; July 1.96; August 
5.89. 

Central: Stanford 

High High Corn 1958; alfalfa 1957; oats and alfalfa 1956. 

Rainfall (inches): May 4.35; June 1.14; July 1.75; 
August 2.71. 

East-Central: Urbana 

Medium High Alfalfa 1958; alfalfa 1957; corn 1956. Rainfall 

(inches): May 6.56; June 1.09; July 1.54; August 
2.44. 

West South-Central: Greenfield 

High Medium Alfalfa 1958; alfalfa 1957; oats 1956. Rainfall 

(inches): May 4.91; June 0.07; July 2.64; August 
7.91. 

Southern: Brownstown 

High High Oats and clover 1958; corn 1957; oats and clover 

1956. Rainfall (inches): May 4.02; June 0.98; July 
1.44; August 5.97. 

Extreme Southern : Wolf Lake 

High High Corn 1958; corn 1957; corn 1956. Rainfall (inches) : 

May 5.88; June 3.62; July 2.53; August 9.37. 



6 BULLETIN No. 651 [January, 

Method of harvest. All plots were mechanically harvested with 
a slightly modified Ford one-row picker-sheller. The shelled corn from 
each plot was collected in a bag, weighed, and sampled for moisture 
percentage. No attempt was made to glean missed or dropped ears or 
to estimate the shelled corn lost in the harvesting operations. 

GROWING CONDITIONS 

The 1959 growing season was exceptionally favorable in northern 
Illinois, except for certain localities where storm damage and excessive 
moisture late in the season retarded harvesting operations. Elsewhere 
in the state, conditions were variable, with severe drouth prevailing in 
much of central and east-central Illinois during June and July. Plant- 
ing proceeded in a timely fashion in most areas of the state during the 
first two weeks of May. Heavy rains in mid-May slowed planting 
operations in some areas, but the bulk of the crop was planted on time 
in favorable seedbeds. Moisture and temperature conditions in the 
northern third of the state, in the area west of the Illinois River, and 
in extreme southern Illinois favored rapid development of the crop in 
June and July. In central and eastern Illinois, however, virtually no 
rain fell between June 10 and late July. Development of the crop in 
these areas was hampered by the resulting moisture shortage. August 
was a warm, humid month throughout the state, favoring development 
of the crop, but also providing favorable conditions for the develop- 
ment of Helminthosporium leaf blight and certain stalk rot diseases. 
A severe epidemic of leaf blight developed in the southernmost counties 
and also in western and northwestern Illinois. Fortunately the corn 
crop was well along in its development by the time leaf blight became 
widespread, and actual reduction in yield was not severe. Maturity 
of the crop was satisfactory in most areas, and harvesting operations 
were completed in timely fashion in the southern two-thirds of the 
state. As noted above, storm damage and heavy rainfalls slowed 
harvesting in northern Illinois, and substantial acreages remained un- 
harvested as late as November 20. 

Seedbeds for the performance tests were generally favorable for 
planting, except at Ashkum, where the plots were planted in wet soil. 
Three fields, Ashkum, Bowen, and Brownstown, were planted some- 
what later than the optimum planting date for these localities. Stands 
obtained were good to excellent, except at Ashkum. 

Growing conditions were generally favorable, except at Ashkum 
and Urbana, where the midsummer drouth conditions reduced yield 



1960] COMMERCIAL CORN HYBRIDS 7 

prospects considerably. The Urbana test field was the most severely 
injured by the moisture shortage. 

Maturity was satisfactory on all test fields, and harvesting opera- 
tions were completed successfully and in good time at all locations 
except Woodstock. Unfavorable weather, wet soil, and severe lodging 
on the latter field delayed harvesting until mid-November, and resulted 
in harvest losses higher than might otherwise have been experienced. 

Lodging was low to moderate at most test locations, but was severe 
at Greenfield and very severe at Woodstock. For the second consecu- 
tive year, more than half the plants in the Woodstock test were lodged 
at harvest. 

MEASURING PERFORAAANCE 

The entries of the 1959 tests are listed in the tables in alphabetical 
order. It is hoped that this arrangement will reduce the emphasis often 
placed on yield alone, and that it will call attention to the importance 
of more than a single year's observations. 

Yield of grain. In all tests the total acre-yield was calculated 
as shelled corn containing 15.5 percent moisture, the upper limit allow- 
able for No. 2 corn. Shelled-corn weight and moisture percentage 
were determined for each plot of each hybrid. 1 

Erect plants. The count of erect plants in each plot of each 
hybrid was taken at the time of harvest of the respective test field. 
Plants leaning at an angle of 45 or more or broken below the ear 
were considered lodged. Plants broken only above the ear were con- 
sidered to be erect. 

Stand. A count was made in late summer at all fields of the 
number of missing plants in each plot of each entry. The percent stand 
was computed by comparing the actual number of plants in each plot 
with the number that would have been present if all kernels planted 
had produced mature plants. Stand differences may have been caused 
by failure of germination or by disease, insect damage, or cultivation 
injury. 

The following should be kept in mind when comparing 
the performance of hybrids on any one field: 

1. Tests covering several years (see first part of data tables) give 
more reliable results than those covering only one year. Therefore 

1 All moisture determinations were made with a Radson moisture tester. 



8 BULLETIN No. 651 [January, 

special attention should be given to the summaries covering three or 
five years' results. However, the fact that a hybrid does not appear 
in the summaries should not be overemphasized, since its absence may 
mean that 1959 was the first year in which it was tested or that it 
missed only one year of the series. 

2. Small differences, especially in a single year's test, do not neces- 
sarily indicate that one hybrid is truly superior to another. Interpreta- 
tion of the data and comparison of hybrids may be made more mean- 
ingful by use of the "difference necessary for significance" appearing 
at the bottom of each table. These differences have been computed by 
the "Multiple Range test." 1 To find the difference necessary for the 
5-percent level of significance in comparing any two or more hybrids, 
the hybrids must be listed in order of their performance for the partic- 
ular character being considered (they are now listed alphabetically in 
the 1959 results and ranked by yield in the summaries). Then the 
number of hybrids being compared plus the number falling between 
them on this ranking list should be counted. The total will be the 
"number in range." Once the "number in range" has been determined, 
the corresponding "difference necessary for significance" can be read 
from the table. 

CONTRIBUTORS OF SEED 

AES Hybrids AES 702 (Monier) 

AES 705 (111. Agr. Exp. Sta.) 
AES 805 (111. Agr. Exp. Sta.) 

Ainsworth Hybrids Ainsworth Seed Co Mason City 

Appl Hybrids Appl's Hybrid Seed Co St. Joseph 

Bear Hybrids Bear Hybrid Corn Co Decatur, Box 628 

Canterbury Hybrids C. E. Canterbury Seed Co Cantrall 

Cargill Hybrids Cargill, Inc 200 Grain Ex- 
change Bldg. 
Minneapolis, 
Minnesota 

Cornelius Hybrids Cornelius Hybrid Corn Co Bellevue, Iowa 

Crib Filler Hybrids Mitchell Farms Windfall, Ind. 

Crow's Hybrids Crow's Hybrid Corn Co Milford 

DeKalb Hybrids DeKalb Agriculture Assn., Inc DeKalb 

Doubet Hybrids E. W. Doubet Hanna City 

Embro Hybrids Ed. F. Mangelsdorf and Bros 1020 S. 4th Street 

P.O. Box 327 
St. Louis 66, Mo. 

Forster Hybrids Parks Forster Dpnnellson, Iowa 

Frey Hybrids Frey Hybrid Corn Co Oilman 

Holmes Hybrids Zealy M. Holmes Edelstein 

Huey Hybrids Huey Seed Co Carthage 

Hulting Hybrids G. E. Hulting and Son Geneseo 

1 DUNCAN, D. B., "Multiple Range and Multiple F. Tests." Biometrics 11, 
(1): 1-43. 1955. 



1960] COMMERCIAL CORN HYBRIDS 9 

Illinois Hybrids. . . .111. 274-1, 972A-1, 1277, 1332, (111. Agr. Exp. Sta.) 

111. 1332 (George Pfeifer Seed Co., Arcola) 

111. 1349, 1421 (111. Agr. Exp. Sta.) 

111. 1421 (Pfeifer) 

111. 1511, 1555A, 1570, 1731A, 1813 (111. Agr. Exp. Sta.) 

111. 1813 (Pfeifer) 

111. 1851, 1857, 1861, 1863, 1864, 1878, 1875, 1893, 1919, 
1921, 1936, 1959, 1960, 1992 (111. Agr. Exp. Sta.) 

111. 1992, 1996 (Pfeifer) 

111. 1996, 2214(W), 3049, 3152, 3302A-1, 3355, 3360, 
3362, 6021, 6052 (111. Agr. Exp. Sta.) 

McAllister Hybrids McAllister Seed Farms Mt. Pleasant, Iowa 

Moews Hybrids Moews Seed Co Granville 

Monier Hybrids Roger Monier Sparland 

Morton Hybrids Roy A. Morton and Sons Bowen 

Mountjoy Hybrids Mountjoy Hybrid Seed Co Atlanta 

Munson Hybrids Munson Hybrids - Galesburg 

New Jersey Hybrids N.J. 8 (Southern States) 

Nichols Hybrids Nichols Bros Hebron 

Northrup King Hybrids Northrup King and Co 1500 Jackson N.E. 

Minneapolis 13, 
Minnesota 

Null Hybrids Null Seed Farms Colchester 

P.A.G. Hybrids Pfister Assoc. Growers, Inc Aurora 

Pioneer Hybrids Pioneer Hi-Bred Corn Co. of 111. ... Princeton 

Plymouth Hybrids Bruns Bros. Seed Co Camp Point 

Pocklington Hybrids Pocklington Bros So. Standard City 

Prairie Gold Hybrids Dittmer Seeds Carthage 

Princeton Hybrids Princeton Farms P.O. Box 319 

Princeton, Ind. 

Producers Hybrids Producers Seed Co Piper City 

Robe Hybrids Robe Hybrid Corn Co Smithshire 

Schenk's Hybrids Charles H. Schenk and Sons Vincennes, Ind. 

Schwenk Hybrids W. T. Schwenk and Sons Edwards 

Sieben Hybrids Sieben Hybrids Geneseo 

Southern States Hybrids. . .Coop. Seed and Farm Supply Co. . . Muncie 

Steckley Hybrids Steckley Hybrid Corn Co 2416 N. St., 

Lincoln, Nebr. 

Stewart Hybrids Frank S. Stewart and Son Princeville 

Stiegelmeier Hybrids H. L. Stiegelmeier Normal 

Stone Hybrids Stone Seed Co Pleasant Plains 

Stull Hybrids Stull Corn Co Sebree, Ky. 

SuperCrost Hybrids E. J. Funk and Sons Kentland, Ind. 

Tiemann Hybrids Tiemann Seed Co Bloomington 

Todd Hybrids W. H. Todd and Sons Burlington, Ind. 

Tomco Hybrids Tomahawk Hybrid Seed Co Belmond, Iowa 

Trisler Hybrids Trisler Seed Farms Fairmount 

Troyer Hybrids C. E. Troyer LaFontaine, Ind. 

United-Hagie Hybrids United-Hagie Hybrids, Inc Ames, Iowa 

U.S. Hybrids U.S. 13 (111. Agr. Exp. Sta.; Pfeifer) 

Van Horn Hybrids Van Horn Hybrids, Inc Cerro Gordo 

Victor Hybrids Polo Seed Co Polo 

Whisnand Hybrids Whisnand Hybrid Corn Co Arcola 

Wyckoff's Hybrids Wyckoff Hybrid Corn Co Valparaiso, Ind. 

Wyffels Hybrids William Wyffels Geneseo, P.O. 

Box 157 



10 BULLETIN No. 651 [January, 

Table 3. EXTREME NORTHERN ILLINOIS: Woodstock 



Entry 


Total acre Moisture in Erect C(. anr i 
yield grain at harvest plants 


SUMMARY: 1957-1959 




bu. 


percl. 


perct. 


perct. 


Moews 500A 


... 120.0 


26.2 


58 


92 


P.A.G. 305 


106.9 


26.3 


74 


94 


Pioneer 354 


106.7 


24.6 


70 


84 


Pioneer 371 


105.3 


22.4 


65 


90 


Pioneer 380 


103.2 


21.6 


70 


81 


P.A.G. 323 


103.0 


27.8 


57 


90 


Moews 14DR 


102.7 


23.5 


63 


88 


P.A.G. 234 


101.8 


24.5 


62 


91 


Illinois 1863 (Station) 


101.5 


26.5 


69 


89 


P.A.G. 62 


101.4 


22.9 


57 


89 


Illinois 1277 (Station) 


101.1 


24.7 


56 


84 


Moews 14E 


100.9 


24.6 


54 


89 


Illinois 1960 (Station) 


100.3 


22.7 


70 


90 


Illinois 1861 (Station) 


100.0 


23.2 


49 


90 


P.A.G. 253 


99.9 


24.0 


56 


86 


DeKalb406 


99.4 


23.2 


53 


93 


Illinois 1555 A (Station) 


99.3 


24.4 


61 


87 


DeKalb 444 


98.8 


27.8 


72 


90 


DeKalb 414 


98.6 


26.6 


63 


87 


DeKalb 222 


98.5 


22.7 


46 


93 


Nichols NB43 


97.8 


25.6 


66 


90 


Illinois 1864 (Station) 


97.4 


26.2 


65 


89 


DeKalb 409 


96.5 


22.6 


51 


91 


DeKalb 253 


96.3 


23.9 


67 


89 


Nichols NB75D 


95.5 


25.2 


65 


87 


DeKalb 423 


95.2 


27.0 


60 


91 


Steckley's Genetic Giant 4 


93.4 


23.1 


73 


81 


Moews 15 


91.1 


25.7 


57 


90 


Average of all entries 


100.5 


24.6 


62 


89 


Number in range 


Difference necessary for significance 


2 


11.8 


3.2 


16 


7 


3-5 


13.0 


3.6 


18 


8 


6-10 


13.8 


3.8 


19 


8 


11-20 


14.4 


4.0 


20 


9 


Over 20 


14.5 


4.0 


20 


9 


1959 RESULTS 


Cargill 180 


105.3 


21.9 


52 


84 


Cargill 255 


99.4 


21.9 


26 


93 


Cargill 680 


88.9 


21.6 


28 


93 


Cornelius 404B 


109.1 


20.7 


51 


95 


Crow's 201 


108.7 


21.6 


55 


91 


Crow's 205 


97.4 


21.7 


47 


91 


Crow's 260 


94.7 


21.8 


51 


95 


Crow's 402 


105.7 


21.9 


61 


89 


DeKalb 222 


100.8 


20.7 


22 


95 


DeKalb 251 


91.1 


21.4 


39 


97 


DeKalb 253 


100.3 


21.4 


61 


96 


DeKalb 400 


124.9 


23.0 


28 


89 


DeKalb 406 


92 . 5 


22.1 


34 


94 


DeKalb 409 


92.8 


21.0 


31 


97 


DeKalb 411 


106.3 


21.8 


52 


94 


DeKalb 414 


100.4 


22.7 


51 


85 


DeKalb 423 


104.3 


22.5 


32 


92 


DeKalb 440 


111.0 


22.8 


53 


97 


DeKalb 444 


111.3 


22.9 


65 


95 


DeKalb X72-312 


100.3 


21.9 


56 


97 


Hulting235 


89.2 


21.6 


24 


93 


Hulling 238 


111.0 


21.6 


23 


96 


Halting 240 


109.6 


23.4 


39 


92 


Hulting 242 


122.1 


21.3 


64 


90 


Hulting 245 


107.4 


21.2 


51 


98 


Illinois 1277 (Station) 


89.9 


22.5 


23 


95 


Illinois 1555 A (Station) 


103.6 


21.4 


43 


91 



(Table is concluded on next page) 



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11 



Table 3. Woodstock concluded 



Entry 



Total acre 
yield 



Moisture in 
grain at 
harvest 



Erect 
plants 



Stand 



1959 RESULTS concluded 



bu. perct. perct. perct. 

Illinois 1861 (Station) 99.7 21.9 20 98 

Illinois 1863 (Station) , 110. S 22.8 46 96 

Illinois 1864 (Station) 90.5 22.2 37 95 

Illinois 1959 (Station) 110.5 21.8 48 96 

Illinois 1960 (Station) 98.3 20.6 56 93 

Moews 14DR 99.7 21.5 46 92 

Moews 14E 107.7 22.4 34 93 

Moews 15 83.7 22.4 36 97 

Moews 48 106.4 21.1 35 93 

Moews 48A 121.8 22.6 65 96 

Moews 500A 134.7 24.0 58 97 

Nichols NB43.. 107.1 21.8 40 96 

Nichols NB53 98.2 20.6 36 96 

Nichols NB63 102.5 21.0 58 94 

NicholsNB75D 98.1 23.1 55 90 

Northrup King KO4 104.0 20.9 52 89 

Northrup King KT 117.8 21.7 39 98 

Northrup King KT1 109.0 21.7 38 95 

Northrup King KT2 92 . 7 21.4 37 92 

Northrup King KT5 92 . 7 22.3 25 96 

Northrup King KT6 111.3 22.8 37 95 

Northrup King KT7 101.4 22.9 34 94 

P.A.G. 62... 110.6 21.7 48 96 

P.A.G. 234 100.8 22.6 62 90 

P.A.G. 253 93.7 21.6 34 92 

P.A.G. 305 108.4 23.0 59 96 

P.A.G. 323 100.3 22.4 39 96 

Pioneer 350C 101.6 22.4 40 98 

Pioneer 352 108.3 21.1 25 94 

Pioneer 354 115.5 21.8 56 91 

Pioneer 371 113.0 20.5 59 94 

Pioneer 380 106.0 20.2 48 90 

Pioneer 380B 108.5 20.5 34 95 

Producers 326 95.3 21.9 27 95 

Producers 333 109 .3 22 .2 46 95 

Producers 363 106.8 22 .5 61 93 

Steckley's Exp. 1995 81.4 20.7 17 85 

Steckley's Genetic Giant 1 108.5 20.4 49 90 

Steckley's Genetic Giant 3 92 .9 21.3 46 95 

Steckley's Genetic Giant 3A 99.7 21.3 44 91 

Steckley's Genetic Giant 4 96.5 21.4 59 92 

Steckley's Genetic Giant 6 100.6 22 .0 37 96 

SuperCrost 438 108.6 21.6 59 96 

Victor 316.. 88.6 22.1 29 86 

Victor 316A 84.6 21.2 18 98 

Average of.all entries 103.0 21 .8 43 94 

Number in range Difference necessary for significance 

2 18.9 1.1 23 8 

3-5 21.0 1.2 26 8 

6-10 22.3 1.3 27 9 

11-20 23.2 1.3 29 9 

Over 20.. 23.3 1.3 29 9 



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Table 4. NORTHERN ILLINOIS: DeKalb 



Entry 


Total acre Moisture in Erect Stand 
yield grain at harvest plants 


SUMMARY: 1955-1959 




bu. 


perct. 


perct. 


perct. 


Frey410 


108.0 


24.4 


94 


88 


Nichols NB43 


106.0 


24.6 


93 


92 


Pioneer 345 


105.6 


23.7 


93 


90 


P.A.G. 234 


105.5 


22.7 


95 


88 


DeKalb 459 


104.9 


22.7 


88 


89 


Hulting 238 


103.9 


23.1 


92 


89 


P.A.G. 277 


103.8 


22.7 


87 


91 


Producers 326 


102.1 


22.4 


90 


90 


Sieben S-340 


102.1 


24.3 


94 


90 


Crow's 402 


101.9 


24.1 


93 


86 


SuperCrost 440 


101.7 


24.7 


90 


88 


Sieben S-560 


101.1 


23.8 


93 


87 


Hulting 240 


100.8 


23.5 


90 


87 


DeKalb 414 


100.6 


22.8 


95 


89 


P.A.G. 253 


100.6 


22.9 


88 


88 


Moews 14DR 


99.9 


22.7 


93 


92 


Crow's 260 


99.6 


23.4 


95 


84 


Pioneer 325 


99.4 


24.9 


96 


90 


P.A.G. 244 


98.5 


23.0 


91 


92 


Crow's 487 


97.3 


22.9 


96 


85 


Sieben S-440E 


97.2 


24.4 


89 


86 


Average of all entries 


101.9 


23.5 


92 


89 


Number in range 


Difference necessary for significance 


2 


8.3 


1.7 


5 


6 


3-5 


9.2 


1.9 


6 


6 


6-10 


9.8 


2.0 


6 


7 


11-21 


10.2 


2.1 


6 


7 


SUMMARY: 1957-1959 


Pioneer 329 


114.3 


25.0 


80 


96 


Hulting 242 


113.5 


25.3 


97 


95 


Moews 500A 


113.4 


25.9 


94 


90 


Wyffels W-600 


112.5 


28.3 


96 


96 


DeKalb 633 


112.2 


28.9 


94 


93 


Steckley's Genetic Giant 10. .. 


111.4 


26.8 


95 


88 


Moews CB65A 


111.0 


26.0 


96 


90 


Wyckoff's W20 


110.5 


26.9 


97 


89 


Frey 410 


109.0 


25.1 


95 


91 


Hulting 481 


108.5 


26.3 


94 


92 


Moews 48 


108.4 


24.2 


98 


90 


United Hagie UHWW40 


108.0 


25.5 


94 


87 


Hulting 482 


108.0 


27.8 


99 


90 


Nichols NB75D 


106.3 


25.5 


91 


94 


Troyer M17T 


106.3 


29.1 


97 


93 


Wyffels W-495 


105.8 


25.5 


98 


83 


DeKalb 444 


105.6 


26.2 


93 


92 


Producers 363 


105.4 


26.3 


96 


91 


P.A.G. 305 


105.3 


26.0 


94 


91 


Steckley's 18 


105.1 


26.9 


97 


89 


Sieben S-360 


104.9 


27.6 


94 


90 


P.A.G. 234... 


104.4 


23.1 


96 


89 


DeKalb 459 


103.1 


23.7 


87 


88 


Pioneer 345 


103.0 


24.1 


93 


90 


SuperCrost 438 


103.0 


25.5 


94 


88 


Nichols NB43 


102.9 


26.2 


93 


93 


Sieben S-340 


102.5 


25.1 


94 


91 


P.A.G. 277 


102.3 


24.0 


89 


92 


DeKalb 414 


101.5 


24.4 


95 


88 


P.A.G. 323 


101.5 


27.6 


95 


88 


Illinois 1861 (Station) 


101.3 


23.4 


85 


94 


Troyer M18 


101.1 


28.2 


98 


86 


United Hagie UH41A 


101.0 


27.9 


87 


91 


P.A.G. 253 


100.8 


23.8 


90 


88 


Crow's 260 


100.6 


24.9 


95 


87 


Wyckoff's W25A 


100.6 


27.9 


96 


84 


Producers 326 


100.0 


24.3 


88 


91 


Sieben S-560 


100.0 


25.0 


91 


88 


Sieben S-320 


99.9 


26.3 


96 


89 



(Table is continued on next page) 



1960] COMMERCIAL CORN HYBRIDS 13 
Table 4. DeKalb continued 

c- ., Total acre Moisture in Erect ci~-.i 

Entry yield grain at harvest plants 

SUMMARY: 1957-1959 concluded 

bu. /><:/. rc/. percl. 

Illinois 1555A (Station) ......................... 99.8 23.0 94 93 

Hulling 238 ................................... 99.8 24.6 93 86 

SuperCrost 440 ......... ...................... 99.6 26.2 91 92 

Moews 14A ................................... 99.4 23.9 89 87 

DeKalb 423 ................................... 99.1 25.7 95 90 

Crow's 402 ............... ..................... 98.5 25.6 94 89 

Troyer M12T ................................. 98.4 30.0 98 88 

Halting 240 ................................... 98.2 24.2 86 90 

Troyer M13T ................................. 98.2 26.7 97 92 

Moews 14DR ................................. 97.6 23.3 91 94 

Pioneer 325 ................................... 97.2 26.8 96 89 

Crow's 487 ..................................... 95.3 25.0 98 83 

Troyer MIST ................................. 95.3 26.8 93 85 

Troyer E13T .................................. 94.8 25.6 92 89 

Sieben S-440E ................................. 94. 7 26.3 90 88 

Wyckoff's W10A ............................... 94.1 25.5 94 87 

P.A.G. 244 .................................... 93.8 23.9 92 94 

Sieben S-440 .................................. 91.7 25.2 92 87 

United Hagie UHWW30 ........................ 88.7 26.2 96 87 

Average of all entries ....................... 102.6 25.8 93 90 

Number in range Difference necessary for significance 

2 .............. 12.0 2.5 9 7 

3-5 .................................. 13.4 2.8 10 8 

6-10 ................................. 14.3 3.0 11 9 

11-20 ...................... . .......... 14.9 3.1 11 9 

Over 20 .............................. 15.2 3.2 12 9 

1959 RESULTS 



T e s *-* "as* 



bu. perct. Perct. perct. perct. 

AES 702 (Monier) ............................ 109.0 25.0 92 95 .8 

Cargill 256. .. 108.3 23.3 94 97 .9 

Cargill259 ................................... 95.6 23.4 90 83 1.0 

Cargill 270 ................................... 106.0 24.5 93 98 1.7 

Cornelius C45 ................................ 113.0 23.2 97 96 1.8 

Crow's 260 ................................... 98.6 22.8 92 91 1.0 

Crow's 402 ................................... 113.9 23.4 94 94 

Crow's 487 ................................... 102.1 23.5 96 90 

DeKalb 411... 101.2 22.4 96 95 

DeKalb 414 .................................. 103.9 23.2 91 93 .9 

DeKalb 423 .................................. 93.9 23.5 97 93 .9 

DeKalb 444 .................................. 104.1 24.4 92 98 .9 

DeKalb 459 .................................. 101.9 22.9 76 90 

DeKalb 633 .................................. 123.0 26.1 90 95 

DeKalb 640 .................................. 105.8 25.4 92 97 

DeKalb Exp. 7 ............................... 112.2 23.8 93 93 .8 

DeKalb X4008 ............................... 119.0 25.4 96 97 1.8 

DeKalb X4035 ............................... 105.0 23.5 92 95 .9 

DeKalb X4049 ............................... 100.7 25.3 93 91 .9 

DeKalb X72-076 .............................. 114.5 25.3 92 95 

Frey410 ......... 121.1 23.8 94 93 

Frey458 ..................................... 113.2 24.1 95 96 

Hulling 235 ........................... 94.3 22.5 77 97 .9 

Hulling 238 .................................. 112.2 23.1 94 96 1.8 

Hulling 240 .................................. 86.5 23.9 86 93 

Hulting242 .................................. 111.3 22.8 95 97 1.7 

Hulling 245 .................................. 111.8 22.1 91 94 

Hulling 260 SC ............................... 121.1 24.5 93 96 1.9 

Hulling 481 .................................. 110.7 24.6 89 97 

Hulling 482 .................................. 109.8 23.9 98 91 .9 

Hulling 484 .................................. 98.3 24.5 90 94 1.7 

Illinois 1277 (Slalion) ......................... 103.5 23.2 91 96 1.7 

Illinois 1555 A (Slalion) ........................ 102.3 22.2 90 97 .8 

Illinois 1861 (Slation) ......................... 96.0 22.4 79 96 2.6 

(Table is continued on next page) 



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Table 4. DeKalb continued 



Entry 



Total acre 
yield 



Moisture in 
grain at 
harvest 



Erect 
plants 



Stand Dr e f d 



1959 RESULTS continued 



bu. perct. perct. perct. 

Illinois 1864 (Station) 98.9 23.1 90 98 

Illinois 1936 (Station) 113.7 23.2 96 98 

Illinois 3152 (Station) 115.1 22.9 94 90 

Illinois 3302A-1 Station 105 .8 23 .4 94 98 

Moews 14A. . 102.2 22^7 76 92 

Moews 14DR 88.2 22.5 91 100 

Moews 48 108.6 22.9 97 92 

Moews 48A 118.8 24.9 94 93 

Moews 58 112.6 22.7 85 94 

Moews 500A 118.9 25.5 90 91 

Moews 505A 115.1 22.1 95 95 

Moews CB65A 117.2 25.3 97 97 

Monier6-M-6 116.3 25.5 96 93 

Mount] oy M-66 88.4 23.3 93 82 

MunsonM-5 104.8 24.5 86 90 

Nichols NB43.. 99.5 24.2 90 93 

Nichols NB53 89.1 21.7 87 89 

Nichols NB63 118.3 , 23.2 96 96 

Nichols NB75D 117.9 ' 23.6 84 97 

Northrup King KT2 89.9 23 .3 77 92 

Northrup King KT5 101.9 24.2 91 91 

Northrup King KT6 121 .9 23 .4 89 92 

Northrup King KT7 107.2 24.4 94 88 

Northrup King 2057 128.7 26.2 96 94 

Northrup King 2675 112.3 23.7 82 93 

P.A.G. 234... 99.3 23.7 97 89 

P.A.G. 244 93.9 22.2 93 95 

P.A.G. 253 97.2 22.5 84 89 

P.A.G. 277 107.1 23.2 84 96 

P.A.G. 305 109.5 24.3 94 93 

P.A.G. 323 108.4 23.9 90 98 

P.A.G. 15018 127.6 23.8 97 98 

P.A.G. Exp. 10437 126.5 24.3 85 98 

Pioneer 325 94.0 25.2 92 89 

Pioneer 329 119.7 23.7 91 99 

Pioneer 345 103 .0 23 .0 89 96 

Pioneer 347 106.6 23.1 88 96 

Pioneer 350C 103.0 22.7 95 97 

Pioneer 371 107.0 21.2 87 92 

Producers 326 97.3 23.2 86 88 

Producers 341 115.6 23.3 97 95 

Producers 363 107.4 24.5 92 95 

Producers 520 116.8 24.2 97 93 

Sieben S-320 . . 106.4 23.7 91 96 

SiebenS-340 118.3 24.1 91 97 

Sieben S-360 108.1 24.4 93 97 

Sieben S-440 91 .0 23.5 83 88 

Sieben S-440E 110.2 22.9 81 93 

Sieben S-560 112.1 23.6 91 94 

Sieben S-5 80 106.8 24.0 95 98 

Steckley's 18 114.0 24.5 92 95 

Steckley's Exp. 1995 71.7 21.0 68 88 

Steckley's Genetic Giant 1 108.5 22.2 85 98 

Steckley's Genetic Giant 3 95 .5 22 .6 85 94 

Steckley's Genetic Giant 3A 93.2 22.3 89 95 

Steckley's Genetic Giant 6 109.5 21.9 90 94 

Steckley's Genetic Giant 10 118.6 24.7 93 89 

SuperCrost 438 105 .8 23 .3 95 93 

SuperCrost 440 103 .0 24.8 80 99 

SuperCrost X4 108.5 23.4 95 94 

Tiemann T-62 . . . 107.5 24.6 94 93 

Todd 424 114.0 22.8 92 94 

Todd611B 108.9 23.3 89 93 

Tomco449 105.9 23.4 89 97 

Troyer E13T 87.9 23.6 89 86 

TroyerL13 112.9 25.1 94 98 

Troyer M3T 99.8 24.4 96 95 

Troyer MllT 110.0 26.4 97 95 

Troyer Ml 2T 106.9 25.5 96 92 



perct. 
.8 

.9 
.8 

2.7 
.8 
.9 
1.0 



3.4 
.9 

.3 


1.9 




.9 





.9 

1.8 
.8 


2.6 


2.5 


1.7 





2.5 
2.8 
1.7 




.9 


.9 

1.7 



4.3 
1.0 
1.8 
.9 
1.7 


3.1 


1.7 



.8 

1.0 



2.5 
.9 

2.8 


1.8 


1.9 
1.7 
3.6 
1.8 




(Table is concluded on next page) 



1960] COMMERCIAL CORN HYBRIDS 15 

Table 4. DeKalb concluded 

Entry Total acre gra j n a t Erect Stand Dropped 

y!eld vUriro=t plants ears 



1959 RESULTS concluded 





bu. 


perct. 


perct. 


perct. 


perct. 


Troyer M13T 


98 . 1 


23.7 


97 


98 


.8 


Troyer MIST 


86.9 


24.4 


89 


88 


3.0 


Troyer M17T 


99.1 


25.7 


97 


93 


1.7 


Troyer M18 


98.1 


25.4 


97 


90 





Troyer M19T 


92.5 


24.3 


96 


96 


1.7 


United-Hagie UH39 


106.6 


22.8 


95 


85 





United-Hagie UH41A 


106.7 


23.8 


84 


98 


1.7 


United-Hagie UHWW30 


84.8 


23.0 


90 


93 


.9 


United-Hagie UHWW40 


119.2 


24.9 


95 


94 


2.7 


United-Hagie UHX138 


111.4 


22.5 


92 


93 





United-Hagie UHX3H30 


95.6 


24.2 


87 


97 


1.7 


Victor 369 


92.8 


25.3 


94 


95 


3.5 


Wyckoff's W10A... 


112.1 


23.5 


96 


94 


1.8 


Wyckoff's W20 


115.5 


25.1 


94 


94 


.9 


Wyckoff's W25A 


104.1 


25.1 


94 


81 





Wyffels W-490 


124.3 


24.6 


93 


99 





Wyffels W-495 


113.3 


22.9 


97 


93 


1.7 


Wyffels W-600 


119.1 


24.7 


99 


97 


1.7 


Average of all entries 


106.5 


23.8 


91 


94 


1.0 


Number in range 


Difference necessary for significance 


2 


16.6 


1.3 


9 


8 


3.1 


3-5 


18.5 


1.4 


10 


9 


3.4 


6-10 


19.7 


1.5 


11 


9 


3.6 


11-20 


20.6 


1.5 


11 


9 


3.8 


Over 20 


21.0 


1.6 


11 


10 


3.8 



Table 5. WEST NORTH-CENTRAL ILLINOIS: Galesburg 

Entrv Total acre Moisture in Erect stand 

ltry yield grain at harvest plants 

SUMMARY: 1955-1959 





bu. 


perct. 


perct. 


Perct. 


NullN-83 


128.4 


20.5 


85 


93 


Schwenk S34 


128.3 


20.0 


88 


93 


DeKalb 820 


126.5 


20.5 


87 


91 


Pioneer 329 


126.1 


19.3 


92 


91 


Whisnand 830 


125.2 


20.4 


92 


90 


Moews 520 


125.0 


20.0 


82 


89 


Tiemann T-68 


124.6 


19.4 


90 


93 


Moews 524 


124.2 


20.8 


91 


89 


Pioneer 316 


124.0 


19.9 


91 


92 


Appl A-130 


123.1 


20.1 


84 


90 


P. A.G. 403 .. 


122.5 


21.0 


92 


91 


Hulting 380B 


121.8 


20.1 


80 


89 


Holmes 39 


120.6 


21.7 


82 


89 


Tiemann T-78 


119.7 


19.9 


84 


89 


Sieben S-320 


119.4 


19.6 


87 


89 


DeKalb 837 


118.5 


20.6 


88 


88 


Appl A-259 


118.0 


20.4 


91 


87 


Sieben S-360 


117.9 


20.7 


86 


91 


Huey H-23 


117.3 


20.5 


88 


88 


Sieben S-340 


116.5 


19.7 


87 


89 


Crow's 608 


115.2 


19.7 


87 


88 


Average of all entries 


122.0 


20.4 


92 


90 


Number in range 


Difference necessary for significance 


2 


10.6 


1.5 


7 


5 


3-5 


11.8 


1.7 


8 


6 


6-10 


12.6 


1.8 


8 


6 


11-21 


13.2 


1.9 


9 


6 



(Table is continued on next page) 



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Table 5. Galesburg continued 



Entry 



Total acre Moisture in Erect 
yield grain at harvest plants 



Stand 



SUMMARY: 1957-1959 



bu. perct. perct. perct. 

DeKalb 805 133 .4 22 .2 90 88 

NullN-83 132.1 21.5 84 93 

McAllister 13A 131.5 20.8 84 88 

P.A.G. Exp. 9028 131.1 20.6 84 85 

Bear Unicorn X600 130.8 20.0 79 82 

Pioneer 329 130.7 20.6 90 91 

ApplA-130 129.3 20.7 79 89 

SchwenkS34 128.4 20.5 83 93 

DeKalb 3x1 127.8 21.8 79 94 

Munson M-l 5 127.3 20.4 85 88 

DeKalb 820... 127.3 21.3 82 92 

Whisnand 830 126.3 20.7 89 89 

FreyF57 126.2 21.3 86 90 

Stewart S-65 126.2 21.8 84 93 

Moews 520 126.0 20.0 76 91 

Whisnand 852 125 .9 22 .4 85 90 

Pioneer 316 125.7 20.2 89 93 

Producers 727 125.7 20.6 89 90 

United Hagie UH52B 125.4 21.3 83 86 

AES 702 (1957, Station; 1958-1959, Monier) 125.0 , 21.1 86 90 

Moews 524 124.8 22.6 86 88 

TroyerL13 124.6 21.0 85 93 

Moews 524A 124.6 21.3 86 94 

DeKalb 812 124.4 20.8 87 89 

Moews CB69A 124.3 20.0 93 92 

TroyerMllT 123.8 21.1 88 92 

Halting 242 123.7 19.7 84 89 

Robe 30 123.3 21.3 81 84 

Crow's 360 123.2 21.7 84 90 

Appl A-259 122.8 21.2 89 91 

United Hagie UHWW50... 122.8 21.2 86 92 

Halting 684 122.7 21.7 80 90 

Steckley's Genetic Giant 13 122.3 20.9 90 90 

Frey 892 122.3 21.1 82 91 

P.A.G. 403 122.2 21.1 90 90 

Tiemann T-68 122.0 20.4 86 91 

Steckley's Genetic Giant 14 121 .9 20.4 81 94 

DeKalb 837 121.9 20.9 83 89 

Huey H-23 120.9 21.4 86 89 

Tiemann T-78 120.4 21.2 82 88 

Van Horn V.H. 101 120.0 21.5 84 91 

Crow's 608 119.7 20.2 60 92 

Hulting481 119.5 19.5 86 89 

TroyerL14T 119.5 21.1 88 91 

SiebenS-320 119.5 21.3 83 90 

United Hagie UH55 119.0 21.7 80 91 

SiebenS-360 118.2 21.4 79 90 

Holmes 39 118.0 22.9 77 92 

Munson M-77 117.8 21.4 82 81 

Hulling 380B 117.6 21.5 74 88 

Sieben S-340 117.3 21.2 72 89 

Munson M-13 116.6 21.9 80 92 

Munson M-l 19 115.6 22.5 82 91 

Troyer M13T 114.9 20.0 87 91 

United Hagie UH47A 113.4 21 .9 85 89 

Average of all entries 123.4 21 .1 83 90 

Number in range Difference necessary for significance 

2 13.4 1.8 18 7 

3-5 14.9 2.0 20 8 

6-10 15.9 2.1 21 8 

11-20 16.6 2.2 22 9 

Over 20. 16.9 2.2 22 9 



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Table 5. Galesburg continued 



Entry 



Total acre Moisture in 
yield grain at harvest 



Erect 
plants 



Stand 



1959 RESULTS 



bu. 

AES 702 (Monier) 113.9 

Ainsworth X-97 108 . 1 

Ainsworth X-98 111.2 

Ainsworth X-100 '. 116.6 

Appl A-130 126.4 

Appl A-259 116.5 

BearOK33 119.1 

Bear OK-96A 134.4 

Bear OK-878 119.3 

Bear Unicorn X600 121 . 7 

Bear Unicorn X606 126.8 

Cargill270... 100.7 

Cargill 310 114.6 

Cornelius C75 108.8 

Crow's 360 105.2 

Crow's 495 101 . 1 

Crow's 608 104.7 

DeKalb3xl 119.7 

DeKalb 3x4 97.8 

DeKalb 633 114.8 

DeKalb 640 106.4 

DeKalb 661 116.7 

DeKalb 662 113 .2 

DeKalb 803A 118.6 

DeKalb 805 138 .2 

DeKalb 812 108.2 

DeKalb 814 99 .4 

DeKalb 820 112.3 

DeKalb 83 7 95 .3 

Forster 25 116.5 

Forster33 126.6 

Forster 44 119.8 

Forster 56 116.7 

Frey 892 1 04 . 2 

Frey F57 115.2 

Holmes 39.. 104.2 

Holmes 47 113.4 

Huey H-23 119.9 

Huey H-42 112.1 

Hulling 242 99.1 

Hulting 260 SC 109 . 1 

Hulling 380B 94.7 

Hulting 481 97.4 

Hulting 482 107 .0 

Hulting 484 103 . 7 

Hulting 684 106.1 

McAllister 13A. . 118.7 

McAllisler 22B 119.1 

McAllister 33 B 111.3 

McAllister 66B 114.9 

McAllister IVX1001A 118.4 

McAllister X101 Superyield 115.2 

Moews 505A 107 .8 

Moews 520 112.4 

Moews 524 130.0 

Moews 524A 114.5 

Moews 5097 108.5 

Moews CB69A 123.5 

Moews CB96A 106.4 

Monier 6-M-6 113.7 

Morton M-303 105 .5 

Morton M-505 119.1 

Morton M-606 109.7 

Munson M-13 106.0 

Munson M-15 106.9 

Munson M-77 101 . 1 

Munson M-119 116.6 

Northrup King KT7. . 92.0 

Northrup King KT9 99.7 



perct. 
21.5 
20.3 
21.7 
22.2 
20.9 
20.6 

23.4 
23.4 
20.6 
21.0 
23.1 

21.0 
20.1 
20.1 
20.6 
20.9 
20.8 

21.4 
21.0 
20.4 
20.9 
20.9 
22.0 
23.5 
22.3 
21.9 



20.7 

21.0 
20.5 
22.8 
22.6 
21.0 
20.7 

21.6 
20.7 
22.1 
21.1 
19.2 
20.7 
20.5 
20.1 
21.0 
21.7 
21.5 

21.0 
21.6 
20.8 
21.9 
20.5 
23.3 
19.8 
21.0 



22.1 
21.4 
20.7 
20.9 
19.9 
21.2 
21.6 
19.2 
19.9 
22.1 
20.1 
21.9 
22.8 

19.9 
20.7 



perct. 
79 
93 
80 
89 
61 
84 

68 
76 
79 
73 
67 

71 
84 
74 
67 
70 
68 

71 
68 
82 
83 
80 
55 
61 
92 
84 
62 
71 
79 

85 
83 
86 

77 
76 
82 

66 

73 
74 
72 
78 
72 
59 
83 
80 
71 
83 

84 
91 
78 
85 
94 
87 
83 
74 
81 
81 
85 
98 
78 
80 
74 
89 
91 
70 
87 
69 
71 

74 
78 



perct. 
86 
82 
91 
87 
91 
88 

89 
92 
86 
78 
92 

87 
86 
94 

88 

87 
87 

93 
94 
86 
84 
87 
91 
91 
86 



85 
85 

89 
91 
92 
89 
84 
86 

96 

94 
89 
92 
81 
91 
82 
93 
92 
92 
94 

87 
91 
92 
79 
80 
84 
79 
89 
90 
94 
87 
93 
93 
87 
94 
94 
79 
93 
84 
88 
93 

75 
76 



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Entry 



Total acre Moisture in Erect 
yield grain at harvest plants 



Stand 



1959 RESULTS concluded 



bu. perct. perct. perct. 

Northrup King 2057 117.9 21.5 88 86 

Northrup King 2064 110.0 22.2 76 88 

Northrup King 2675 116.4 21.0 74 88 

Null N-68 110.8 20.4 86 89 

NullN-83 132.2 21.9 85 90 

P.A.G. 403 116.1 19.9 85 89 

P.A.G. 415 119.7 21.2 62 87 

P.A.G. 418 103.7 21.7 61 94 

P.A.G. 15009 113.1 19.1 87 83 

P.A.G. 15014 128.5 21.2 93 90 

P.A.G. Exp. 9028 121.9 20.7 79 87 

Pioneer 316 119.1 20.3 87 94 

Pioneer 319 127.7 20.2 77 92 

Pioneer 329 112.7 19.5 90 94 

Pioneer 4549 129.6 21.7 87 97 

Pioneer 5625 123.9 21.6 85 93 

Pioneer 5757 116.3 21.6 85 85 

Pioneer 6117 114.4 21.8 88 88 

Prairie Gold D-791 103.5 20.7 87 85 

Producers 520 121 .3 . i 21.3 86 90 

Producers 716 116.6 21.6 74 86 

Producers 727 110.1 20.0 85 92 

Producers 953 118.4 21.1 91 86 

Robe 30 109.5 22.6 79 72 

SchwenkS17L... 123.5 22.4 89 94 

SchwenkS34 120.7 19.8 85 90 

SiebenS-320 109.8 20.4 74 90 

SiebenS-340 106.0 20.4 65 84 

SiebenS-360 105.4 20.6 69 86 

SiebenS-580 110.8 20.1 83 90 

Steckley's Genetic Giant 12 115.6 20.8 80 94 

Steckley's Genetic Giant 13 122.6 21.7 81 94 

Steckley's Genetic Giant 14 108 .0 21.3 65 96 

Steckley's Genetic Giant 15 106 . 7 22 .2 87 79 

Steckley's Genetic Giant 20 110.2 23.1 61 91 

Steckley's Genetic Giant Exp. 2015B 120.4 21.4 84 95 

Stewart S-65 110.8 20.7 79 91 

TiemannT-68.. . 118.6 19.7 79 86 

TiemannT-78 117.3 21.2 63 90 

Troyer L13 112.3 21.0 78 90 

TroyerL13T 103.8 21.4 87 83 

Troyer L14T 104.2 21.5 82 93 

Troyer L2 IT 116.1 19.9 81 93 

Troyer M3T 95.8 20.5 75 91 

Troyer M9A 105.7 21.1 77 90 

Troyer M11T 118.9 21.1 84 94 

Troyer M13T 109.8 19.6 76 95 

Troyer Ml 4T 110.9 21.0 87 90 

Troyer Ml 7T 107.6 21.4 80 87 

United-Hagie UH47A 111.7 21.5 76 92 

United-Hagie UH52B 110.4 21.6 76 91 

United-Hagie UH55 111.2 21.2 84 90 

United-Hagie UHWW50 115.3 20.7 88 85 

United-Hagie UHX146 114.7 19.3 87 79 

United-Hagie UHX3H410 105.0 22.2 77 89 

Van Horn V.H. 95-1 101.8 21.5 66 87 

Van Horn V.H. 99 A 109.1 20.9 79 82 

Van Horn V.H. 101 114.3 21.7 70 89 

Whisnand830 120.3 20.4 89 89 

Whisnand834 115.8 21.8 81 91 

Whisnand 852 118.2 21.7 82 87 

Wyffels W-490 111.3 19.7 87 78 

Wyffels W-600 103.1 19.2 76 90 

Average of all entries 112 .8 21 . 1 79 88 

Number in range Difference necessary for significance 

2.. 16.1 1.5 14 11 

3-5 18.0 1.7 16 12 

6-10 19.2 1.9 18 14 

11-20 20.0 1.9 18 14 

Over 20.. 20.2 2.1 19 15 



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Table 6. EAST NORTH-CENTRAL ILLINOIS: Ashkum 



Entry 


Total acre Moisture in Erect 
yield grain at harvest plants 


Stand 


SUMMARY: 1957-1959 




bu. 


perct. 


Perct. 


perct. 


DeKalb 632 


112.7 


22 A 


97 


86 


Bear OKSS 


109.2 


23.6 


89 


84 


Moews CB96 


109.0 


23.8 


83 


92 


Wyckoff's W20 


104.6 


22.6 


93 


82 


Trisler T-19B 


104.5 


20.5 


89 


90 


P.A.G. 234 


104.5 


23.5 


86 


86 


Munson M-13 


101.0 


22.0 


87 


86 


Illinois 274-1 (Station) 


100.5 


23.2 


82 


89 


DeKalb 805 


100.4 


24.5 


93 


85 


Trisler T-35B 


100.2 


23.5 


69 


85 


Moews 520 


100.1 


22.4 


75 


90 


Crib Filler 131 


100.0 


24.2 


90 


83 


Troyer L14T 


99.9 


22.1 


87 


89 


Troyer M17T 


99.6 


22.8 


90 


90 


Tiemann T-68 


99.4 


22.8 


91 


86 


Troyer M13T 


98.2 


23.5 


94 


84 


DeKalb 3x2 


97.5 


24.1 


89 


86 


Producers 921 


97.4 


21.7 


91 


91 


Hulting 380B 


97.4 


22.4 


83 


90 


Wyckoff's W46A 


97.2 


22.5 


88 


89 


Schwenk S27 


97.0 


21.6 


92 


91 


Hulting 481 


96.8 


23.5 


85 


82 


Frey 644 


95 . 7 


23.1 


93 


85 


Moews CB60A 


95.4 


21.1 


96 


87 


Schwenk S26 


95.3 


22.0 


95 


83 


Trisler T-33 


94 . 1 


22.5 


92 


85 


Crow's 607 


93.6 


22.0 


90 


87 


Wyckoff's W25A 


92.6 


21.4 


95 


92 


Trisler T-32B 


92 . 1 


21.4 


94 


86 


Hulting 684 


91.6 


20.0 


95 


83 


Frey 692 


90.7 


22.2 


86 


87 


Troyer M11T 


89.9 


25.1 


92 


82 


Hulting 242 , 


89.3 


20.3 


92 


86 


Van Horn V.H. 100 


89 . 1 


23.7 


90 


84 


Pioneer 301B 


88.3 


20.7 


88 


85 


Moews 524A 


87.7 


22.0 


84 


84 


Troyer M18 


86.8 


22.7 


93 


89 


Frey 892 


86.5 


23.7 


91 


85 


Crow's 495 


81.1 


22.8 


95 


86 


Average of all entries 


96.6 


22.6 


89 


86 


Number in range 


Difference necessary for significance 


2 


14.6 


2.2 


14 


8 


3-5 


16.2 


2.5 


15 


9 


6-10 


17.3 


2.6 


16 


9 


11-20 


18.1 


2.7 


17 


9 


Over 20 


18.4 


2.8 


17 


10 


1959 RESULTS 


Ainsworth X-97 


89.6 


21.7 


98 


78 


Ainsworth X-98 


110.4 


22.8 


100 


89 


Ainsworth X-100 


84.2 


24.0 


94 


85 


Bear OK33 


82.4 


22. S 


96 


80 


Bear OKSS 


102 . 1 


22.6 


100 


83 


Bear OK96 


91.1 


23.7 


93 


76 


Bear OK96A 


98.2 


21.4 


94 


83 


Bear Unicorn X600 


97.8 


19.6 


94 


84 


Cargill285... 


79.2 


20.8 


96 


78 


Cargill330 


81.2 


22.4 


97 


88 


Cargill335 


82.6 


23.9 


93 


73 


Crib Filler 62 


83 . 1 


21.5 


97 


79 


Crib Filler 77 


104.8 


22.8 


95 


87 


Crib Filler 131 


92.3 


23.5 


99 


78 


Crow's 495 


55.6 


21.4 


91 


78 


Crow's 607 


95.2 


22.2 


95 


87 


Crow's 805 


80.2 


23.0 


94 


82 


DeKalb 3x2 ... 


. 85.1 


22.6 


90 


84 


DeKalb 632 


96.2 


23.6 


98 


88 


DeKalb 633 


106.4 


21.5 


95 


84 


DeKalb 640 


88 . 1 


19.9 


99 


84 


DeKalb 660A 


101.9 


23.7 


98 


81 


DeKalb 803 A 


95.4 


22.9 


95 


82 



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Entry 



Total acre Moisture in 
yield grain at harvest 



Erect 
plants 



Stand 



1959 RESULTS continued 



bu. percl. perct. percl. 

DeKalb 805 110.7 21.6 99 80 

DeKalb 814 81.9 21.6 92 90 

DeKalb837 87.0 23.4 97 77 

DeKalb854 72.7 22.4 94 76 

DeKalb 869. ...* 79.2 22.9 94 63 

DeKalb X82-030 93.9 22.6 94 83 

Frey644 74.7 21.3 95 84 

Frey692 78.9 21.1 94 79 

Frey892 107.1 22.2 90 93 

Hulting242.. . 65.9 19.2 97 70 

Halting 260 SC 88.5 21.2 95 90 

Hulling 380B 91.5 22.8 89 83 

Hulting481 76.9 19.9 89 78 

Hulting482 79.3 22.1 99 76 

Hulting484 81.4 21.8 96 83 

Hulling 684 80.2 20.9 97 86 

Illinois 274-1 (Station) 101.4 25.2 94 86 

McAllister 23 A.. .80.9 21.7 96 62 

McAllister 33 B 80.6 , 23.2 95 77 

McAllister 77 A 90.8 ' 20.4 98 83 

Moews 520 81.2 22.1 97 77 

Moews524A 100.8 22.2 97 80 

Moews525 80.8 23.7 93 77 

Moews 5097 88.3 21.8 95 88 

Moews CB60A 102.4 22.5 90 93 

MoewsCB96 107.2 22.3 92 92 

Moews CB96A 112.3 20.3 100 89 

Monier 6-M-6 96.0 21 .4 92 85 

MunsonM-13 114.2 22.4 99 83 

Northrup King KT7 . . .68.1 19.6 98 72 

Northrup King KT9 84 .0 22 . 1 98 83 

Northrup King 2057 76.4 23 .2 95 82 

Northrup King 2064 88.7 22 .4 92 87 

Northrup King 2675 88.6 22.3 97 80 

P.A.G. 234 69.1 20.6 97 77 

P.A.G. 305 87.7 20.2 94 88 

P.A.G. 415 87.1 22.5 97 81 

P.A.G. 418 86.1 22.8 90 88 

Pioneer 301B 76.6 21.6 96 87 

Pioneer 312A 89.5 24.2 94 75 

Pioneer 319 90.5 22.2 92 70 

Pioneer 4549 106.9 23.9 98 93 

Pioneer 5625 80.5 22.6 98 81 

Pioneer 5757 77.6 22.5 99 83 

Pioneer 6117 96.4 22.8 96 81 

Producers 520 90.4 21.3 96 79 

Producers 716 68.9 21.5 93 69 

Producers 727 97.5 22.1 98 89 

Producers 921 88.6 23.4 99 88 

Schwenk S26 .96.2 23 .4 97 86 

Schwenk S27 87.9 22.1 100 73 

Southern States Munsee 95 .0 23 . 1 97 88 

Southern States New Jersey 8 90.3 21.0 94 81 

Southern States Shawnee 79 .3 21.2 92 78 

Steckley's Genetic Giant 9 108.5 19.8 94 87 

Steckley's Genetic Giant 10 100.8 22 .2 99 89 

Steckley's Genetic Giant 12 100.9 21.5 95 74 

Steckley's Genetic Giant 15 65.9 22.9 93 76 

Steckley's Genetic Giant Exp. 2015B 87 .9 23 .8 94 88 

SuperCrost 660 85.0 21.4 97 92 

SuperCrostX6 97.5 21.4 99 72 

SuperCrost X88 113.0 21.5 99 88 

TiemannT-68 . 100.0 20.8 96 87 

Todd424 97.5 19.1 97 94 

Todd611B 71.6 20.2 99 78 

Trisler T-19B 81.2 20.2 97 82 

TrislerT-32B 93.8 22.5 96 84 

Trisler T-33 98 .3 23 .2 93 75 

Trisler T-33B 101 .3 22 .8 93 85 

Trisler T-35B 106.6 20.8 100 77 

Troyer L13 100.5 22.2 94 83 



(Table is concluded on next page) 



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Table 6. Ashkum concluded 



Entry 



Total acre 
yield 



Moisture in 
grain at harvest 



Erect 
plants 



Stand 



1959 RESULTS concluded 



bu. perct. perct. perct. 

Troyer L14T 89.8 22.4 94 85 

Troyer M3T 63.3 21.6 97 78 

Troyer M9A 92.1 23.2 97 83 

Troyer M11T , 95.9 22.0 92 83 

Troyer M13T 103.5 21.5 97 89 

Troyer M14T 92.5 22.1 98 74 

Troyer Ml 7T 78.8 22.0 92 87 

Troyer M18 92.8 22.8 99 87 

Troyer Ml 9T 67.4 20.2 92 69 

Van Horn V.H. 86. .. 72.4 20.6 92 84 

Van Horn V.H. 97 113.5 21.4 96 78 

Van Horn V.H. 100 84.7 22.2 90 73 

Victor 371 65.9 20.7 95 84 

Wyckoff's W20... . 85.0 21.7 100 91 

Wyckoff's W25A 97.3 22.9 86 89 

Wyckoff's W46A 80.8 22.1 99 71 

Average of all entries 89.1 22.0 95 82 



Number in range 

2 

3-5 

6-10 29.5 

11-20 30.9 

Over 20 . 31.4 



Difference necessary for significance 

24.9 2.0 6 18 

27.1 2.3 7 20 

2.5 7 21 

2.6 8 22 
2.6 8 23 



Table 7. WEST-CENTRAL ILLINOIS: Bowen 



Entry 



Total acre 
yield 



Moisture in 
grain at harvest 



Erect 
plants 



Stand 



SUMMARY: 1957-1959 



bu. perct. perct. perct. 

Whisnand852 119.0 24.6 90 92 

DeKalb3xl 113.0 21.5 94 88 

Pioneer 312A 111.6 25.4 98 94 

Plymouth P-97 107.9 22.0 96 92 

Plymouth P-3 7 107.7 20.0 86 92 

Munson M-119 107.4 21.3 90 91 

Munson M-15 107.3 21.6 93 90 

McAllister 13A 107.3 21.9 91 87 

Moews520 106.5 21.2 95 94 

Moews524 104.9 21.8 96 87 

P.A.G. 444 104.1 25.2 96 88 

Canterbury 420 104.0 21.4 90 92 

DeKalb 803A 103 .9 24 .0 92 89 

Whisnand 830 103.9 24.3 96 87 

Halting 684 101.9 21.9 96 94 

P.A.G. 323 101.6 22.0 93 87 

Producers 946 101 . 1 20.6 92 88 

Canterbury 400 101.0 21.0 94 90 

Huey H-106 100.3 22.0 97 89 

Prairie Gold D-821 100.3 22.7 94 85 

Morton M-70 100.0 22.4 90 91 

DeKalb 812 98.8 22.3 96 93 

Huey H-235 98.5 23.0 90 88 

Morton M-12A 97.9 23.7 96 89 

DeKalb 3x2 96.9 22.2 93 92 

Morton M-404 95.7 23.4 98 90 

Average of all entries 104.0 22.4 93 89 

Number in range Difference necessary for significance 

2 13.5 1.8 6 8 

3-5 14.9 2.0 7 9 

6-10 15.6 2.1 8 9 

11-26... 16.1 2.2 8 10 



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Entry 



Total acre 
yield 



Moisture in 
grain at 
harvest 



Erect 
plants 



Stand 



Dropped 
ears 



1959 RESULTS 



bu. perct. perct. perct. perci. 

AES 805 (Station) 81.3 23.0 82 98 1.7 

Ainsworth X-14-3 101.4 24.4 87 97 

Ainsworth X-98 89.0 24.2 94 87 1.0 

Ainsworth X- 100 94.0 25.2 88 93 

BearOK69... ... 103.0 22.9 89 91 

BearOK96A 98.7 24.8 93 95 

Bear OK878 85.0 25.7 92 87 

Bear Unicorn X600 113.0 23.6 86 93 

Bear Unicorn X606 102 .3 25 .5 86 90 

Canterbury 400. . . 89.0 21 .0 83 88 

Canterbury 420 93.2 23.4 80 93 

Cargill335 86.1 23.8 78 93 1.8 

Cargill5741 93.6 24.8 91 98 

Cargill5752 78.7 24.6 88 89 2.0 

DeKalb3xl.. . 98.5 23.4 88 83 1.1 

DeKalb3x2 78.0 22.8 83 73 

DeKalb3x4 94.4 25.0 88 83 1.2 

DeKalb633 102.9 .25.3 94 88 

DeKalb 640 103 . 7 '22.7 97 93 

DeKalb 660A 90.8 25 .9 95 92 

DeKalb 803 A 93.3 27.5 88 92 

DeKalb 805 84.4 24.4 91 89 3.3 

DeKalb 812 73.8 22.1 91 88 1.8 

DeKalb 814 76.5 24.2 86 76 

DeKalb 854 72.2 23.4 72 82 

DeKalb X82-030 114.0 23.6 88 93 

HueyH-51... . 92.4 25.9 91 88 

Huey H-106 94.2 22.5 92 92 1.0 

Huey H-235 ' 86.3 24.1 81 85 1.0 

Hulting 242 83.0 21.4 93 84 

Hulting482 99.3 24.1 97 86 

Hulting 684 86.9 22.4 94 93 

Illinois 1349 (Station) 82.2 25.2 78 95 1.8 

Illinois 1511 (Station) 83.1 22.1 84 89 2.9 

Illinois 1857 (Station) 88.0 26.1 87 83 1.0 

Illinois 1868 (Station) 90.8 22.2 90 89 2.2 

Illinois 1921 (Station) . 98.9 22.0 92 93 .9 

Illinois 1996 (Station) 97.0 21.5 99 90 .9 

Illinois 3049 (Station) 94.0 25.5 94 94 

Illinois 6021 (Station) 78.6 23.1 69 94 1.7 

Illinois 6052 (Station) 53 . 7 23 .3 52 84 

McAllister 13A 97.9 22.4 78 91 1.0 

McAllister 33B 79.8 25.8 94 85 

Moews520 96.7 23.4 92 95 1.7 

Moews524 91.1 23.5 92 83 1.0 

Moews525 82.5 23.5 86 95 

Moews5097 102.3 23.0 92 93 

Moews CB96A 93.1 24.2 96 92 

Morton M-6xl 82.8 23.3 90 85 4.9 

Morton M-12A 90.6 25.1 92 94 

Morton M-70 94.2 22.2 84 91 

Morton M-404 83 .4 24 .0 95 94 

Munson M-15 91.3 22.4 87 89 

MunsonM-119 99.3 23.1 89 91 1.8 

NullN-83 85.4 24.1 94 87 .9 

P.A.G. 323... . 76.3 23.8 94 80 1.3 

P.A.G.415 98.1 24.1 93 93 1.0 

P. A. G. 418 102.2 23.0 96 93 

P.A.G. 434 98.1 26.7 89 91 1.0 

P.A.G. 444 83.1 26.8 90 87 

Pioneer 306B 89.3 23.6 89 76 2.4 

Pioneer 312A 97.1 28.3 94 95 

Pioneer 319 89.1 23.2 92 95 .9 

Pioneer4549 115.5 22.8 90 91 

Pioneer 5625 87.8 24.8 91 90 1.9 

Pioneer 5757 89.3 24.4 90 86 

Pioneer6117 100.5 23.0 97 86 .9 

Plymouth P-3 7 90.7 21.3 71 92 2.8 

Plymouth P-97 90.7 22.8 96 87 



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Table 7. Bowen concluded 



Entry 



Total acre 
yield 



Moisture in 



Stand Dr Pf d 



1959 RESULTS concluded 



bu. Perct. perct. perct. perct. 

Prairie Gold D-821 81.1 23.4 82 83 

Prairie Gold D-83 7 92.9 22.8 95 84 2.1 

Prairie Gold D-896 101 .3 22 .9 90 93 

Producers 727 * 86.4 22.6 93 93 

Producers 946 82.7 22.8 85 89 2.8 

Steckley's Genetic Giant 10 92 .0 22 .0 93 88 3.7 

Steckley's Genetic Giant 12 87.4 24.2 89 91 .9 

Steckley's Genetic Giant 15 76.7 24.8 81 80 1.1 

Steckley's Genetic Giant 20 86. 1 24.2 85 93 1.0 

Steckley's Genetic Giant Exp. 2015B 85.3 24.0 85 88 1.2 

TroyerLU.. . 89.6 24.2 93 90 1.0 

TroyerL13T .. 82.0 25.6 86 90 

Troyer L14T 76.7 22.7 92 84 

Troyer M9A 86.4 23.8 91 90 2.9 

Troyer M11T 95.6 24.8 89 94 

Troyer M13T 79.1 22.2 91 84 3.8 

Troyer Ml 4T 88.4 21.5 77 82 1.1 

Troyer M17T 80.8 22.2 93 87 

U.S. 13 (Station) 82 .9 22 .4 82 86 .9 

Whisnand 830. . . . 94.0 25.0 91 92 

Whisnand852 111.7 24.9 84 93 

Average of all entries 90.2 23.8 88 89 .8 

Number in range Difference necessary for significance 

2.. 17.0 2.9 11 14 1.0 

3-5 18.9 3.2 12 16 1.1 

6-10 20.1 3.4 13 17 1.2 

10-20 21.2 3.5 13 17 1.2 

Over 20.. . 21.4 3.6 13 18 1.3 



Table 8. CENTRAL ILLINOIS: Stanford 



Entry 



Total acre Moisture in 
yield grain at harvest 



Erect 
plants 



Stand 



SUMMARY: 1957-1959 



bu. 

Pioneer 309A 123.1 

Bear Unicorn X600 123.0 

Bear OK24 118.6 

Tiemann T-81 118.5 

Pioneer 302 118.3 

Stiegelmeier Hi-B-Jack S-396 117.8 

Van Horn V.H. 95-1 117.3 

Moews524 116.9 

Pioneer 329 116.1 

Moews CB90A 116.1 

Moews CB69A 116.1 

P.A.G. 444 115.8 

Whisnand 830 115.1 

DeKalb 692 114.5 

Ainsworth X-14-3 114.5 

DeKalb 803A 114.4 

DeKalb 837 114.3 

Producers 921 1 12 .9 

Trisler T-32B 112.8 

Troyer L14T 112.6 

Frey F-57 111.5 

DeKalb 812 111.5 

Moews CB60A 111.5 

Troyer M11T 111.3 

Van Horn V.H. 100 110.6 

Frey 892 110.6 



perct. 



20.6 
22.1 
23.3 
22.4 
21.7 
20.5 
18.7 
20.5 
20.5 
22.3 
20.3 
20.1 
20.3 
21.6 
21.6 
19.0 
20.4 
20.2 
20.4 
21.4 
22.3 
20.8 
19.9 
20.0 



perct. 
94 
89 
96 
90 
93 
94 
93 
96 
97 
96 
95 
90 
94 
94 
92 
93 
87 
95 
94 
94 
92 
94 
95 
91 
94 
95 



perct. 
93 
89 
90 
91 
94 
93 
91 
96 
95 
96 
91 
89 
90 
93 
95 
94 
94 
94 
93 
92 
92 
92 
95 
91 
91 
94 



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Table 8. Stanford continued 



Entry 



Total acre 
yield 



Moisture in 
grain at harvest 



Erect 
plants 



Stand 



SUMMARY: 1957-1959 concluded 



Canterbury 400 

Tomco 812 

Trisler T-35B 

Troyer L21T 

Canterbury 420 

Stiegelmeier Hi-B-Jack S-600. . 

Troyer L13 

Illinois 1919 (Station) 

Van Horn V.H. 98 

Stiegelmeier Hi-B-Jack S-300A . 

Tiemann T-78 

DeKalb 3x1 

Hulting 684 

Appl A-130 

Trisler T-19B 

Mountjoy M-33 

Van Horn V.H. 97 

Canterbury 404 

Average of all entries 



bu. 
110.3 
110.2 
110.0 
110.0 
109.3 
109.0 
108.2 
108.0 
108.0 
107.0 
106.9 
106.2 
106.0 
105.4 
105.4 
104.8 
104.3 
100.6 

111.9 



perct. 
18.9 
20.2 
19.4 
21.7 
19.4 
20.3 
19.6 
19.5 
19.6 
20.8 
19.3 
19.3 
20.3 
18.6 
19.6 
20.2 
20.2 
18.9 

20.5 



perct. 
88 
96 
94 
97 
93 
87 
96 
90 
94 
92 
93 
86 
98 
95 
93 
94 
93 
92 

93 



perct. 
94 
96 
88 
90 
93 
86 
96 
95 
91 
92 
92 
91 
92 
95 
92 
93 
91 
93 

92 



Number in range 

2 

3-5 

6-10 

11-20 

Over 20 . . 



Difference necessary for significance 
11.3 1.7 6 

12.5 1.9 7 



13.2 
13.7 
13.7 



2.1 
2.1 

2.2 



1959 RESULTS 



Entry 



Total acre M i s ^ re f in Erect 



Stand 



Dropped 
ears 



bu. perct. perct. perct. 

AES 702 (Monier) 103.4 21.1 86 95 

AES 805 (Station) 99.4 22.9 95 98 

Ainsworth X-14-3 116.2 21.3 89 98 

Ainsworth X-98 109 .3 22.3 91 96 

Ainsworth X-100 92.0 23.0 94 96 

Appl A-130 109.1 21.2 93 97 

ApplA-400 98.7 21.2 89 93 

BearOK24... 116.6 21.4 96 94 

BearOK96A 119.8 22.5 89 95 

BearOK878 112.2 21.8 98 98 

Bear Unicorn X600 126.7 21 .9 85 93 

Bear Unicorn X606 112.6 24.6 96 93 

Canterbury 400 98.7 20.8 89 95 

Canterbury 404 99.0 21.0 88 98 

Canterbury 420 103.6 21.6 97 93 

Cargill310 111.2 21.3 88 96 

Cargill 5035 103.8 21.8 91 88 

DeKalb 3x1.. 100.3 18.6 84 88 

DeKalb 633 119.4 22.0 91 98 

DeKalb 640 120.9 21.0 97 95 

DeKalb 660A 119.9 22.4 95 94 

DeKalb 803A 109 .5 22 .9 86 94 

DeKalb 805 134.2 22.2 97 93 

DeKalb 812 111.5 22.1 91 94 

DeKalb 814 105.5 19.4 90 93 

DeKalb 837 120.5 22.9 85 98 

DeKalb 854 105.7 22.3 81 96 

DeKalb 869 118.5 18.9 94 88 

DeKalb X82-030 125.3 21.8 90 92 

Frey692 113.3 20.1 93 99 

Frey 892 114.6 21.3 96 96 

FreyF57 109.0 19.3 93 98 

Hulting 684 99.1 21.0 100 93 

Illinois 274-1 (Station) 93.5 23.7 83 91 

Illinois 972A-1 (Station) 110.9 20.6 84 97 

Illinois 1421 (Station) 130.2 21.0 90 98 



perct. 

3.5 

5.1 

.9 



1.7 

.9 

3.6 

.9 
.9 
.9 
2.7 
.9 



1.7 

1.8 

.9 




1.7 

.9 



1.8 
3.9 
.9 
2.7 
1.7 



2.8 
1.7 





1.7 

1.0 
.9 




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Table 8. Stanford concluded 



25 



Entry 



Total acre 



vest 



Erect 
P lants 



Stand 



Dropped 
Ears 



1959 RESULTS concluded 



bu. perct. perct. percl. perct. 

Illinois 1813 (Station) 102.4 22.8 96 94 

Illinois 1919 (Station) 112 .3 20.6 93 96 

Illinois 1936 (Station) 112.8 19.9 98 98 

Illinois 1996 (Station) 122 .9 20.4 95 98 

Illinois Exp. (Station) 109.9 20.4 91 96 3.4 

MoewsS24 109.1 21.1 99 95 .9 

Moews5097 111.8 20.2 99 93 1.9 

MoewsCB60A 103.1 22.7 98 98 2.5 

MoewsCB69A 113.6 22.6 99 98 .9 

MoewsCB90A 119.9 22.3 97 98 .8 

Moews CB96A 114.4 20.7 98 97 .8 

Monier 6-M-6 109.9 20.8 96 93 

Mountjoy M-33 105.3 20.5 95 94 

Mountjoy M-100 110.4 21.5 95 98 1.7 

Mountjoy M-444 102.9 20.4 97 90 1.0 

P.A.G. 415... 113.2 22.4 94 93 

P.A.G.418 112.4 20.4 91 96 

P.A.G. 444 121.7 22.6 90 93 .9 

P.A.G. 15009 110.5 18.4 96 94 .9 

P.A.G. 15014 128.2 21.5 97 93 2.8 

Pioneer 302 134.5 24.0 94 98 

Pioneer 309A 135.6 24.7 95 96 

Pioneer 309 B 123.4 25.9 92 93 

Pioneer 319 112.4 21.3 92 98 

Pioneer 329 116.4 20.1 95 96 

Pioneer 4549 133.0 22.5 96 98 

Pioneer 5625 118.7 22.7 95 98 1.7 

Pioneer 5757 116.9 19.9 99 98 .9 

Pioneer 6117 120.0 21.6 100 98 2.6 

Producers 727 118.7 21.1 90 90 

Producers 921 112.7 20.5 96 96 

Producers953 119.1 21.3 94 95 2.7 

SchwenkS17B... 107.9 21.2 97 98 

SchwenkS27 112.9 22.2 94 89 

SiebenS-320 105.3 20.3 94 87 1.2 

Sieben S-340 99.1 20.1 88 88 

SiebenS-360 112.5 21.2 91 96 3.5 

Sieben S-580 113.8 20.5 96 93 1.8 

Stiegelmeier Hi-B-Jack S-300A 110.7 22.6 95 93 3.7 

Stiegelmeier Hi-B-Jack S-396 117.5 22.3 96 95 

Stiegelmeier Hi-B-Jack S-600 117.0 21.9 96 94 

TiemannT-78... 103.0 22.2 90 93 4.6 

TiemannT-81 128.9 22.6 95 98 .9 

Todd 635 126.1 20.5 98 97 

Todd840 120.8 22.6 95 95 .9 

Tomco812 112.5 21.2 97 98 

Tomco 838 123.1 21.9 93 96 

TrislerT-19B 105.7 21.0 90 92 

TrislerT-32B 106.9 21.3 90 93 1.8 

Trisler T-35B 116.3 20.9 92 92 .9 

TroyerLl3 99.0 20.2 98 93 .9 

Troyer L13T 109.4 20.6 95 92 .9 

Troyer L14T 108.6 19.9 95 94 1.7 

Troyer L21T 106.5 20.6 94 94 

Troyer M9A 102.2 21.6 96 91 1.9 

Troyer Ml IT 105.7 22.7 91 94 1.7 

Troyer Ml 4T 106.3 22.4 91 90 

Troyer M17T 96.8 22.1 95 91 

Van Horn V.H. 95-1 115.7 22.0 91 96 

Van Horn V.H. 97 102.3 21.5 90 96 6.2 

Van Horn V.H. 98 104.0 20.4 90 93 3.6 

Van Horn V.H. 100 106.9 21.8 92 93 

Whisnand 830 121.1 21.9 94 90 .9 

Whisnand 852 129.4 23.5 92 93 

Average of all entries 112.6 21.5 93 94 1.1 

Number in range Difference necessary for significance 

2 19.3 2.1 8 7 2.5 

3-5 21.5 2.4 9 8 2.8 

6-10 22.9 2.5 9 8 3.0 

11-20 23.9 2.6 10 9 3.1 

Over 20 24.4 3.7 10 9 3.2 



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Table 9. EAST-CENTRAL ILLINOIS: Urbana 



p, . Total acre Moisture in Erect 
yield grain at harvest plants 


Stand 


SUMMARY: 


1955-1959 










bu. 


perct. 


perct. 


Perct. 


Bear OK96 


128.7 


21.3 


91 


88 


Appl A-159 


126.9 


19.6 


90 


92 


Holmes 39 


124.8 


20.1 


82 


93 


Whisnand 851 


124.6 


21.5 


90 


89 


Frey 692 


124.1 


19.1 


87 


92 


Canterbury 420 


123.6 


18.5 


91 


93 


Whisnand 830 


123.4 


19.8 


94 


89 


Frey 892 


122.6 


18.9 


91 


92 


Appl A-130 


122.0 


18.3 


87 


92 


P.A.G. 444 


121.8 


22.7 


92 


90 


Trisler T-32B 


120.6 


20.1 


92 


91 


Trisler T-33B 


120.4 


19.8 


91 


90 


Munson M-119 


119.7 


19.5 


87 


89 


Pioneer 316 


119.3 


19.4 


90 


94 


Moews 523 


119.3 


19.7 


84 


91 


Canterbury 400 


119.2 


18.9 


88 


92 


Hulting 380B 


118.7 


19.6 


85 


93 


Moews 520 


118.0 


19.2 


86 


92 


AES 805 (1955-1957, 1959, Station; 1958, Stone). . . 


117.9 


20.4 


94 


93 


Trisler T-19B 


116.9 , i 


18.8 


88 


88 


Tiemann T-72 


116.9 


19.2 


93 


89 


Canterbury 404 


116.7 


18.3 


85 


94 


Ainsworth X-14-3 


116.0 


19.6 


87 


91 


Crow's 608 


115.0 


18.4 


88 


89 


Trisler T-33 


114.9 


20.8 


88 


91 


Average of all entries 


120.5 


19.7 


89 


91 


Number in range 


Difference necessary for significance 


2 


7.3 


1.2 


7 


5 


3-5 


8.2 


1.3 


7 


6 


6-10 


8.7 


1.4 


8 


6 


11-25 


9.1 


1.5 


8 


7 


SUMMARY: 


1957-1959 








Whisnand 852 


129.1 


23.7 


93 


95 


Stiegelmeier Hi-B-Jack S-600 


127.9 


21.3 


93 


91 


Bear OK96 


127.6 


23.8 


99 


88 


Stiegelmeier Hi-B-Jack S-396 


127.4 


23.8 


98 


90 


Appl A-159 


127.0 


21.8 


96 


93 


Moews 524A 


125.9 


22.7 


98 


93 


Illinois 1893 (Station) 


124.9 


20.3 


97 


95 


Appl A-130 


123.7 


19.8 


96 


93 


Frey 692 


123.1 


20.7 


96 


92 


Crib Filler 131 


122.9 


23.3 


96 


93 


Pioneer 312A 


122.9 


23.8 


96 


93 


Frey 892 


122.5 


21.4 


98 


94 


Holmes 39 


122.5 


22.2 


95 


94 


Canterbury 420 


122.2 


19.4 


98 


92 


DeKalb 3x1 


122.1 


21.3 


97 


92 


Whisnand 830 


121.5 


22.1 


97 


89 


Canterbury 400 


120.4 


20.5 


95 


92 


Pioneer 309A 


120.3 


23.9 


98 


91 


Whisnand 851 


120.0 


23.6 


93 


90 


Illinois 1421 (Pfeifer) 


119.8 


21.8 


97 


94 


Van Horn V.H. 97 


119.7 


20.9 


97 


94 


Hulting 684 


119.5 


20.5 


98 


92 


Trisler T-32B 


119.5 


21.9 


98 


92 


Moews 523 


119.0 


21.4 


93 


90 


Crow's 805 


118.6 


21.1 


96 


92 


Van Horn V.H. 95-1 


118.6 


23.9 


98 


89 


Illinois 1332 (Pfeifer) 


118.5 


19.9 


97 


94 


Van Horn V.H. 100 


118.3 


20.8 


96 


88 


Illinois 972A-1 (Station) 


118.2 


20.8 


92 


90 


Frey F57 


118..1 


22.7 


96 


95 


Troyer M11T 


118.0 


22.0 


94 


93 


Munson M-l 19 


117.8 


21.2 


95 


92 


DeKalb 803A 


117.8 


22.3 


96 


90 


Trisler T-35B 


117.7 


21.7 


96 


92 



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Table 9. Urbana continued 



Total acre Moisture in Erect 
yield grain at harvest plants 



SUMMARY : 1957-1959 concluded 



bu. perct. perct. perct. 

Hulting380B .................................. 117.6 21.3 92 93 

TrislerT-33B .................................. 117.3 21.6 96 92 

TroyerL14T ........... .................... ... 117.3 21.9 97 92 

Ainsworth X-14-3 ....... .* ...................... 117.0 20.8 95 91 

P.A.G. 444 .................................... 116.5 24.3 98 89 

AES 805 (1957, Station; 1958-1959, Stone) ........ 115.7 22.0 97 95 

Moews520 .................................... 115.6 20.6 94 92 

Pioneer 316 ................................... 115.6 21.7 98 95 

TrislerT-19B ................. ................ 115.5 20.5 97 91 

Crow's 608 .................................... 115.4 19.8 95 88 

DeKalb837 ................................... 115.3 22.3 97 90 

Tiemann T-72 ................................. 114.8 20.9 97 91 

DeKalb812 ................................. '.. 114.6 22.9 97 90 

TroyerLU ................................... 114.4 20.8 97 91 

Canterbury 404 ................................ 114.0 19.6 93 96 

TroyerL2lT .................................. 113.3 23.2 98 92 

Illinois 1813 (Pfeifer) ........................... 112.4 22.9 97 91 

TrislerT-33 ................................... 111.2 23.2 94 91 

Van Horn V.H. 98 ............................. 110.0 20.9 96 92 

Average of all entries ....................... 119.3 21.8 96 92 

Number in range Difference necessary for significance 

2. . ................... 10.6 1.6 4 7 

3-5 .................................. 11.9 1.8 5 7 

6-10 ................................. 12.6 1.9 5 8 

11-20 ................................. 13.2 2.0 5 8 

Over 20 .................... .......... 13.4 2.0 6 8 

1959 RESULTS 






"as" 



bu. perct. perct. perct. perct. 

AES 705 (Station) ............................ 108.8 21.1 97 82 

AES 805 (Station) ............................ 101.8 22.4 96 93 4.4 

AES 805 (Stone) .............................. 86.7 22.9 95 92 7.3 

Ainsworth X-14-3 ............................. 99.8 22.3 92 89 1.8 

Ainsworth X-98 .............................. 99.4 22.1 92 84 

Ainsworth X-100 ............................. 95.5 23.2 96 93 .9 

ApplA-130 .................................. 115.6 21.6 86 95 2.6 

ApplA-159 .................................. 117.8 22.6 95 91 

Appl A-400 .................................. 110.6 21.8 93 88 5.6 

BearOKSS... 104.3 22.5 98 74 

BearOK69 ................................... 102.0 22.5 94 83 

Bear OK96 ................................... 96.1 24.0 99 74 3.5 

BearOK96A ................................. 109.1 23.5 95 85 2.0 

Bear OK878 .................................. 116.3 22.6 98 95 1.8 

Bear Unicorn X600 ........................... 129.7 22.8 92 90 

Bear Unicorn X606 ........................... 121.3 22.5 97 92 1.9 

Canterbury 400 ............................... 107.1 21.4 93 89 .9 

Canterbury 404 ............................... 94.6 21.7 87 94 2.7 

Canterbury 420 ............................... 102.2 22.0 97 83 

Cargill 733 ................................... 102.0 21.4 97 86 1.2 

Cargill 5752 .................................. 107.9 23.4 94 88 1.0 

Crib Filler 77 ................................ 106.9 23.5 94 79 

Crib Filler 124 ............................... 99.2 22.8 96 84 .9 

Crib Filler 131 ............................... 104.8 23.6 93 90 4.4 

Crow's 608 ................................... 100.8 22.1 91 89 .9 

Crow's 805 ................................... 107.8 23.0 93 92 1.0 

DeKalb3xl ........................ 107.8 22.4 95 86 

DeKalb 633 .................................. 107.8 22.4 84 86 

DeKalb 640 .................................. 111.0 21.4 100 92 1.8 

DeKalb 660A ................................ 109.2 23.4 95 89 .9 

DeKalb 803A ................................ 93.8 23.7 92 83 1.1 

DeKalb 805 .................................. 119.6 22.1 100 91 4.5 

DeKalb 810 .................................. 129.5 23.3 88 92 

DeKalb 812 .................................. 99.9 23.4 98 86 1.1 

DeKalb 814 .................................. 87.5 21.8 92 83 2.1 



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Table 9. Urbana continued 



Entry 



Total acre M $" 1 * in Erect 
harvest P lants 



Stand 



Dropped 
ears 



1959 RESULTS continued 



bu. perct. perct. perct. 

DeKalb837... 96.8 23.0 94 82 

DeKalb854 90.0 23.2 74 89 

DeKalb 869 93 .6 23 .2 93 83 

Frey692... 103.2 22.3 95 90 

Frey892 103.9 22.2 97 86 

FreyFS7 96.0 22.4 91 90 

Holmes 39 110.5 23.3 95 94 

Hulting380B 109.3 22.6 84 93 

Hulling 684 111.4 21.6 100 88 

Illinois 274-1 (Station) 94.0 24.7 94 87 

Illinois 972 A- 1 (Station) 98.6 21.7 79 81 

Illinois 1332 (Pfeifer) 100.0 21.8 94 88 

Illinois 1421 (Pfeifer) 110.4 21.8 97 93 

Illinois 1813 (Pfeifer) 89.5 23.0 95 86 

Illinois 1893 (Station) 104.6 21.5 95 91 

Illinois 1919 (Station) 95.5 22 .2 92 94 

Illinois 1921 (Station) 113.1 21 .9 93 95 

Illinois 1992 (Pfeifer) 111.6 21.9 96 93 

Illinois 1996 (Pfeifer) 115.5 22.6 97 93 

Illinois 3049 (Station) 83 .8 23 .2 99 77 

Illinois 6021 (Station) 87.8 21.5 85 84 

Illinois 6052 (Station) 62.6 24.5 77 81 

Moews 520 91.6 21.9 90 90 

Moews523 102.6 21.0 91 84 

Moews 524A 105.1 23.2 99 91 

Moews 525 93.4 23.3 96 88 

Moews 5094 91.9 24.2 92 88 

Moews 5097 117.2 21.7 94 90 

Moews CB96A 105.7 21.5 99 90 

Monier6-M-6 110.2 22.4 92 90 

MunsonM-119 95.7 21.3 91 91 

P.A.G. 415... 98.6 22.1 94 87 

P.A.G. 418 109.9 23.7 95 91 

P.A.G. 444 100.4 25.5 98 88 

P.A.G. 15014 98.6 21.5 98 91 

P.A.G. Exp. 11497 99.6 22.1 96 89 

Pioneer 309A 93.4 26.3 97 87 

Pioneer 309B 92.4 26.9 99 90 

Pioneer 312A 103.6 24.2 93 91 

Pioneer 316 98.2 22.5 97 95 

Pioneer 319 101.9 21.9 94 89 

Pioneer 4549 106.0 22.7 98 93 

Pioneer 5625 114.8 23.4 98 94 

Pioneer 5757 96.2 22.9 96 94 

Pioneer 6117 91.2 23.3 99 88 

Producers 520 101.2 21.9 98 84 

Producers 727 95.5 22.3 97 90 

Producers X969 107 .4 23 .4 98 83 

Robe 30 90.5 23.0 85 88 

Schenk's S-60 . . 91.9 22.7 95 83 

Schenk's S-70 90.6 23.0 98 61 

Southern States Catawba 105 .6 23 .6 94 90 

Southern States Cherokee 112.9 24.8 97 93 

Steckley's Genetic Giant 12 114.3 22 .0 99 88 

Steckley's Genetic Giant 15 95.2 22.7 95 83 

Steckley's Genetic Giant 20 93 .0 23 .8 88 80 

Steckley's Genetic Giant Exp. 2015B 105.9 22.3 91 90 

Stiegelmeier Hi-B-Jack S-396 112.7 24.1 100 87 

Stiegelmeier Hi-B-Jack S-600 107.1 21.9 92 88 

Stone 1996 106.4 22.3 96 92 

SuperCrost C1F 97.7 23.3 94 78 



Perct. 
2.2 
1.0 
2.0 

2.9 
.9 




.9 

2.0 



1.1 

2.8 

.9 

1.1 

2.8 

2.5 

.9 

.9 

.8 



2.8 
1.1 

.9 





.9 

1.9 







2.6 



.9 

3.0 




.9 

2.8 





2.1 



1.0 

1.0 



1.8 

1.0 







1.0 
1.9 
1.0 
1.0 



(Table is concluded on next page) 



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29 



Table 9. Urbana concluded 



Entry 



Total acre M E r ^ r | t in Erect 
y idd harvest P lanta 



Stand 



Dropped 
Ears 



1959 RESULTS concluded 



bu. perct. perct. perct. perct. 

Tiemann T-72 99.4 21.6 96 88 

Todd620B 89.0 21.0 93 82 

Todd635 ? 97.6 23.0 97 78 2.4 

Trisler T-19B 97.3 20.9 94 83 1.2 

TrislerT-32 101.4 21.7 93 87 1.0 

Trisler T-32B 101.3 22.3 95 90 1.0 

Trisler T-33 99.9 23.1 94 88 2.8 

Trisler T-33B 88.9 23.0 94 71 3.5 

Trisler T-35B 99.3 21.7 93 83 1.9 

TroyerL13 96.1 22.7 96 88 4.0 

Troyer L13T 87.2 23.1 93 88 2.8 

Troyer L14T 89.9 22.9 97 87 3.0 

Troyer L21T 95.0 22.0 99 87 1.0 

Troyer M9A 102.6 22.5 90 90 5.5 

Troyer M11T 100.8 22.7 89 94 2.7 

Troyer M14T 86.0 22.9 96 71 

Troyer M17T 97.5 23.1 96 91 

Van Horn V.H. 95-1 .. 96.7 24.0 96 81 

Van Horn V.H. 97 101.2 22.0 96 87 6.7 

Van Horn V.H. 98 88.4 22.2 94 86 6.2 

Van Horn V.H. 100 95.0 22.2 91 75 

Van Horn V.H. Ill 111.9 22.5 84 93 2.6 

Whisnand 830. . . 114.1 23.0 94 81 1.9 

WhisnandSSl 105.1 25.1 92 85 

Whisnand 852 119.6 24.1 86 92 

Average of all entries 101.7 22.7 94 87 1.4 

Number in range Difference necessary for significance 

2 18.4 1.3 8 12 3.6 

3-5 20.1 1.4 9 13 4.1 

6-10 21.9 1.5 10 14 4.3 

11-20 22.9 1.6 10 IS 4.5 

Over 20 23.3 1.6 10 15 4.6 



30 BULLETIN No. 651 [January, 

Table 10. WEST SOUTH-CENTRAL ILLINOIS: Greenfield 



Entry 


Total acre Moisture in Erect ctanrf 
yield grain at harvest plants 


SUMMARY: 1957-1959 




bu. 


perct. 


perct. 


perct. 


Pioneer 309B 


98.8 


23.4 


91 


91 


Moews 524 


98.3 


18.5 


90 


89 


Moews 523 


96.8 


18.5 


87 


91 


Bear OK878 


96.0 


18.5 


83 


88 


Bear OK96 


95.9 


19.4 


91 


89 


Pocklington P-78A 


94 . 1 


19.9 


87 


87 


Pioneer 316 


92.6 


17.8 


89 


87 


Whisnand 834 


92.6 


18.8 


90 


85 


Pioneer 302 


92.6 


20.7 


88 


92 


Pioneer 301B 


91.6 


17.0 


89 


91 


Moews CB69A 


91.5 


17.6 


94 


88 


P.A.G. 454 


90.7 


21.4 


88 


94 


Canterbury 400 


88.8 


16.9 


88 


89 


Ainsworth X-14-A 


88 . 7 


20.1 


77 


92 


Moews CB60A 


88.5 


19.7 


88 


88 


Pocklington P-75A 


88 . 1 


18.3 


85 


84 


Crow's 805 


87.7 


18.4 


87 


90 


Whisnand 830 


86.7 


17.3 


90 


82 


DeKalb803A 


86.7 


19.4 


80 


86 


Whisnand 852 


86.0 


19.3 


85 


77 


Van Horn V.H. 95-1 


85.5 ' 


19.2 


87 


86 


Canterbury 420 


84.6 


16.8 


88 


86 


Crow's 821 


84.5 


16.8 


88 


86 


Van Horn V.H. 97 


79.1 


18.4 


85 


83 


Average of all entries 


90.3 


18.8 


87 


87 


Number in range 


Difference necessary for significance 


2 


11.0 


1.6 


10 


9 


3-5 


12.1 


1.7 


11 


10 


6-10 


12.7 


1.8 


12 


11 


11-20 


13.0 


1.9 


12 


11 


Over 20 


13.0 


1.9 


13 


11 


1959 RESULTS 


Ainsworth X-14-A 


86.0 


20.4 


57 


93 


Ainsworth X-98 


88.4 


19.4 


67 


89 


Ainsworth X-100 


89.2 


20.1 


85 


96 


Bear OK93 


. 103.5 


18.2 


72 


94 


Bear OK96 


98.2 


20.2 


80 


92 


Bear OK878 


107.9 


19.0 


78 


91 


Bear Unicorn X600 


91.4 


19.3 


47 


92 


Bear Unicorn X606 


108.3 


21.5 


76 


90 


Canterbury 400 


. 90.1 


17.9 


74 


94 


Canterbury 420 


101.6 


16.2 


67 


98 


Cargill320 


99.0 


17.4 


80 


91 


Cargill 335 


88.5 


20.1 


61 


90 


Crow's 805 


84.0 


18.6 


69 


97 


Crow's 821 


91.0 


18.0 


71 


92 



(Table is concluded on next page) 



1960] 



COMMERCIAL CORN HYBRIDS 



31 



Table 10. Greenfield concluded 



Entry 



Total acre Moisture in Erect 
yield grain at harvest plants 



Stand 



1959 RESULTS concluded 



bu. perct. perct. perct. 

DeKalb3x4 96.2 18.7 60 89 

DeKalb633 92.8 19.3 58 93 

DeKalb640 104.5 18.7 87 93 

DeKalb660A .' 93.3 18.4 74 92 

DeKalb 803A 90.7 20.0 49 90 

DeKalbSOS 107.5 19.2 68 94 

DeKalb 812R 91.6 20.0 60 93 

DeKalb 814 91.9 17.9 77 91 

DeKalb 854 82.9 19.3 68 88 

DeKalb 869 108.8 18.8 68 98 

DeKalb 925(W) 92.6 20.4 62 92 

DeKalb X72-194 96.0 20.0 62 89 

Embro 33 88.5 19.7 68 90 

Embro33A 83.8 19.9 78 89 

HueyH-50... . 88.1 17.7 65 94 

HueyH-75 75.7 17.2 62 88 

Illinois 2214(W) (Station) 113.3 20.0 71 98 

Moews 523 95.5 19.4 75 94 

Moews 524 103.2 18.1 84 94 

Moews 525 81.4 19.1 64 88 

Moews 5094 94.2 19.1 72 99 

Moews 5097 86.6 17.7 65 87 

Moews CB60A 87.3 19.5 66 88 

Moews CB69A 95.3 17.7 85 93 

Moews CB96A 100.6 16.3 70 96 

P. A. G. 403 . 83.7 17.8 86 96 

P.A.G. 415 86.1 17.7 86 90 

P.A.G. 434 103.5 18.5 68 97 

P.A.G. 454 97.0 23.3 78 96 

P.A.G. 15014 100.2 18.4 57 91 

Pioneer 301B 88.6 18.1 75 96 

Pioneer 302 94.9 21.1 71 96 

Pioneer 309B 97.4 24.2 75 92 

Pioneer 312A 105.0 20.7 70 93 

Pioneer 316 93.4 18.4 70 92 

Pioneer 319 104.7 17.3 64 96 

Pioneer 4549 113.0 19.9 67 97 

Pioneer 5625 95.1 19.3 88 94 

Pioneer 5757 83.0 20.0 74 84 

Pioneer 6117 93.4 19.1 86 80 

Pocklington P-75A 93.7 18.6 58 88 

Pocklington P-78A 97.8 19.9 78 91 

Princeton 660 79.5 17.9 75 97 

Princeton 685 99.4 18.8 76 91 

Producers 995 112.0 20.3 56 99 

Producers X984 99.3 18.4 65 97 

Steckley's Genetic Giant 12 89.2 17.6 77 91 

Steckley's Genetic Giant 15 80.1 18.5 64 92 

Steckley's Genetic Giant 20 88.4 19.7 68 90 

Steckley's Genetic Giant Exp. 2015B 103.3 18.5 78 96 

Stone 1996 107.4 17.6 70 97 

Van Horn V.H. 95-1 .... .93.2 19.1 70 94 

Van Horn V.H. 97 79.2 17.6 62 91 

Van Horn V.H. 100 97.6 17.5 68 90 

Van Horn V.H. Ill 103.0 18.6 39 92 

Whisnand 830 94.5 17.8 75 91 

Whisnand 834 95.6 18.4 74 93 

Whisnand 852 98.1 19.4 62 90 

Average of all entries 94.7 19.0 70 93 

Number in range Difference necessary for significance 

2 13.4 1.8 16 8 

3-5 14.8 2.0 18 9 

6-10 15.7 2.1 19 9 

11-20 16.4 2.2 20 10 

Over 20 16.5 2.2 20 10 



32 BULLETIN No. 651 [January, 

Table 11. SOUTHERN ILLINOIS: Brownstown 





Total acre Moisture in 


Erect c 






yield grain at harvest 


plants 




SUMMARY 


: 1955-1959 








bu. perct. 


percl. perct. 


P.A.G. 631W 


. 84.4 27.6 


65 


92 


Producers 13-1 


. 83.9 23.3 


64 


93 


Canterbury 400 


. 83.4 25.2 


70 


92 


Canterbury 420 


. 82.6 22.4 


74 


91 


DeKalb 925(W) 


. 82.6 28.8 


65 


93 


Illinois 1511 (1955, Appl; 1956-1959, Station) 


. 82.0 22.3 


64 


90 


Bear OK69 


. 81.9 24.1 


79 


91 


Tiemann T-72 


. 80.4 23.3 


71 


91 


Tiemann T-78 


. 79.9 21.6 


76 


88 


Munson M-119 


. 79.3 24.8 


69 


89 


Pioneer 302 


78.7 27.0 


72 


90 


Moews CB70A 


. 78.4 23.9 


79 


89 


Pioneer 312A 


. 77.5 27.4 


79 


87 


Whisnand 830 


. 76.8 26.4 


78 


87 


Ainsworth X-14-3 


. 76.2 22.6 


73 


92 


Trisler T-33B 


. 76.1 24.6 


69 


90 


Trisler T-32B . 


. 75.2 25.8 


72 


88 


Trisler T-33 


. 72.4 24.4 


67 


90 


Average of all entries 


. 79.5 24.7 


71 


90 


Number in range 


Difference necessary for significance 


2 


8.8 3.6 


9 


6 


3-5 


9.8 4.0 


10 


7 


6-10 


. 10.4 4.3 


11 


7 


11-18 


. 10.8 4.5 


11 


7 


SUMMARY 


: 1957-1959 






Canterbury 420 


. 86.1 26.3 


80 


91 


P.A.G. 631W 


. 85.3 24.2 


71 


92 


Producers 13-1 


. 84.2 28.4 


69 


93 


DeKalb 925(W) 


. 84.1 36.2 


70 


92 


DeKalb 803A 


. 83.0 30.9 


78 


93 


Illinois 1511 (Station) 


. 82.9 26.7 


69 


88 


Pioneer 319 


. 82.2 29.9 


90 


94 


Canterbury 400 


. 81.5 32.0 


77 


90 


Bear OK69 


. 81.2 28.8 


83 


91 


Pioneer 309B 


. 81.2 36.4 


77 


88 


Tiemann T-78 


. 79.6 26.2 


82 


89 


Moews 523 


. 79.5 27.1 


81 


91 


Bear OK878 


. 79.4 30.2 


77 


93 


Tiemann T-72 


. 79.2 28.4 


78 


91 


Van Horn V.H. 76 


. 78.4 28.8 


74 


91 


DeKalb 3x1 


. 78.3 30.0 


70 


91 


Whisnand 830 


. 78.3 32.1 


81 


92 


Ainsworth X-14-3 


. 77.1 26.8 


77 


92 


Pioneer 302 


. 76.9 32.0 


78 


91 


Munson M-119 


. 75.9 31.1 


75 


85 


Moews CB70A 


. 75.6 28.8 


85 


92 


Trisler T-32B 


. 75.6 31.4 


79 


92 


Trisler T-33 


. 74.0 29.7 


73 


90 


Crib Filler 131 


. 73.8 30.1 


85 


89 


Van Horn V.H. 100 


. 73.8 30.1 


79 


88 


Pioneer 312A 


. 73.5 32.3 


87 


88 


Trisler T-33B 


.72.6 29.7 


78 


86 


Whisnand 852 


. 72.3 33.6 


78 


88 


Trisler T-35B 


. 71.0 28.8 


88 


89 


Illinois 1851 (Station) 


. 70.4 33.7 


78 


92 


Average of all entries 


. 78.2 29.8 


78 


90 


Number in range 


Difference necessary for significance 


2 


12.0 10.7 


14 


6 


3-5 


. 13.4 11.9 


15 


6 


6-10 


. 14.2 12.6 


16 


7 


11-20 


. 14.8 13.1 


17 


7 


Over 20 


. 14.8 13.2 


17 


7 



(Table is continued on next page) 



1960} 



COMMERCIAL CORN HYBRIDS 
Table 11. Brownstown continued 



33 



Entry 



Total acre *??** Erect 



Stand Dr PPed 
ears 



1959 RESULTS 



bu. perct. perct. percl. perct. 

AES 805 (Station) 72.0 24.1 93 91 1.1 

Ains worth Goldline 378 96.2 23.6 91 99 2.2 

Ainsworth X-14-3 t 73.0 23.0 94 94 2.3 

Ainsworth X-98 69.8 24.5 97 86 1.2 

Ainsworth X-100 97.5 25.1 96 92 1.2 

BearOK69... . 83.3 23.6 99 88 

BearOK96A 82.8 24.2 89 92 3.5 

BearOK878 78.4 23.7 96 96 

Bear Unicorn X600 96.3 23.0 96 97 

Bear Unicorn X606 68.6 24.2 100 94 

Canterbury 400... . 97.9 22.9 91 90 2.4 

Canterbury 420 92.7 21.6 92 96 1.1 

Cargill310 74.5 22.6 89 91 

CargU15752 80.8 24.4 93 97 1.1 

Crib Filler 123 68 .3 23 .5 94 89 

Crib Filler 124 80.6 22.7 97 87 

Crib Filler 131 69.7 21.9 96 93 1.2 

DeKalb3xl... ... 80.4 23.5 88 93 

DeKalb 3x4 69.6 23.3 83 94 

DeKalb660A 67.8 25.4 93 96 

DeKalb 803A 91.5 25.2 95 92 1.1 

DeKalb 805 80.2 23.5 99 92 7.3 

DeKalb 814 67.4 23.2 95 92 2.4 

DeKalb 854 80.9 23.8 91 94 1.1 

DeKalb 856 89.6 23.0 84 96 

DeKalb 869 75.3 24.5 92 92 1.3 

DeKalb925(W) 102.1 24.5 85 98 

DeKalb 82-013 74.5 24.8 81 81 4.3 

DeKalb 82-019 83.7 24.3 97 96 2.3 

Illinois 1349 (Station) ... .81.6 23.8 94 96 

Illinois 1511 (Station) 87.4 22.1 82 92 

Illinois 1851 (Station) 67.1 23.5 92 96 2.4 

Illinois 1875 (Station) 80.5 23 .0 93 93 4.8 

Illinois 3355 (Station) 81.2 24.8 99 91 1.2 

Illinois 3360 (Station) 81.9 24.1 87 96 1.1 

Illinois 3362 (Station) 79 . 7 25.3 95 89 

Moews 523 79.6 22.8 93 94 1.2 

Moews525 78.6 24.3 94 91 1.3 

Moews 5094 76.7 24.4 92 91 1.2 

Moews 5097 80.7 22.5 97 97 1.2 

Moews CB70A 78.2 23.8 98 92 

Moews CB96A 83.8 22.9 97 91 1.3 

Mount j oy M-l 03 85.0 23.4 94 98 

MunsonM-119 91.7 22.8 89 90 1.2 

P.A.G. 434 . 89.4 24.3 92 92 2.3 

P.A.G. 631W 97.4 26.3 94 94 1.2 

P.A.G. 633W 104.5 26.2 80 94 

Pioneer 302 84.1 25.2 90 92 

Pioneer 309A 89.7 27.2 96 93 1.2 

Pioneer 309B 95.5 30.9 92 94 

Pioneer 312A 81.6 24.9 99 89 1.3 

Pioneer 319 87.9 22.6 95 94 

Pioneer 4549 93 .0 23 . 7 94 97 

Pioneer 5757 73.3 23.8 91 89 2.3 

Pioneer 6117 83.2 23.5 99 90 

Princeton 660 56.3 22.8 84 94 1.2 

Princeton 685 85.7 23.4 97 89 3.7 

Princeton 888 81.3 23.2 95 91 

Princeton 890 75.2 24.2 89 92 

Princeton 990W 81 .8 23 .0 86 82 5.2 

Producers 13-1 93.9 22.8 89 93 3.8 

Producers 995 96.0 24.1 98 90 1.2 

Producers 1066 95 .3 24 .4 94 94 



(Table is concluded on next page) 



34 



BULLETIN No. 651 



[January, 



Table 11. Brownstown concluded 



Entry 



Total acre Mature in 
fives' 



Stand 



Dropped 
ears 



1959 RESULTS concluded 



bu. perct. perct. perct. perct. 

Steckley's Genetic Giant 12 86.5 22 .9 93 93 

Steckley's Genetic Giant 15 61 .4 22 .8 76 96 

Steckley's Genetic Giant 20 76.7 24.6 76 89 

Steckley's Genetic Giant Exp. 201 SB 75.9 24.4 92 90 2.4 

Stull 100Y 96.3 23.5 91 93 

Stull 101Y 89.9 24.7 94 96 

SuperCrost C2F 82.8 24.1 90 90 1.3 

TiemannT-72 82.8 23.1 98 92 1.3 

Tiemann T-78 78.7 23.4 87 89 

TrislerT-32B 83.9 23.5 99 92 1.2 

TrislerT-33 71.8 24.4 85 91 4.8 

Trisler T-33B 66.9 22.4 87 86 2.7 

Trisler T-35B 69.8 23.1 98 90 

Van Horn V.H. 76. .. . 85.0 23.0 89 96 2.3 

Van Horn V.H. 95-1 75.6 24.2 88 92 2.4 

Van Horn V.H. 100 76.2 22.9 96 84 2.7 

Whisnand830... .81.1 23.3 93 94 1.2 

Whisnand 852 83 .0 ' 23 .6 96 91 

Average of all entries 81.7 23.8 92 92 1.2 

Number in range Difference necessary for significance 

2 16.0 1.6 10 9 3.3 

3-5 17.8 1.8 11 10 3.7 

6-10 19.0 1.9 12 10 3.9 

11-20 19.8 2.0 12 11 4.1 

Over 20 20.2 2.1 13 11 4.2 



1960] COMMERCIAL CORN HYBRIDS 35 

Table 12. EXTREME SOUTHERN ILLINOIS: Carbondale 1955, 

Wolf Lake 1956-1959 



r 





Total acre Moisture in 


Erect 




Entry 


yield grain at harvest 


plants 


Stand 


SUMMARY: 1955-1959 




bu. perct. 


perct. 


perct. 


Stull400W >... 


105.9 17.5 


95 


91 


Ainsworth X-14-A 


102.4 17.2 


91 


91 


Whisnand 830 


97.8 17.5 


97 


90 


DeKalb 925(W) 


96.6 18.9 


97 


89 


P.A.G. 631 W 


96.2 18.8 


96 


89 


Whisnand 851 


96.0 18.3 


97 


92 


Illinois 1570 (Station) 


94.4 16.9 


94 


91 


Pioneer 302 


90.8 17.8 


98 


93 


Tiemann T-72 


87.4 16.5 


93 


88 


Tiemann T-78 


87.0 17.2 


95 


92 


Average of all entries 


95.5 17.7 


95 


91 


Number in range 


Difference necessary for significance 


2 


9.7 1.0 


6 


6 


3-5 


10.9 1.1 


7 


(J 


6-10 


11.4 1.2 


7 


7 


SUMMARY: 1957-1959 


Stull 400W 


104.2 17.9 


96 


92 


Illinois 1851 (Station) 


104.1 16.9 


97 


91 


Pioneer 309A 


101.9 19.0 


97 


92 


Van Horn V.H. 55W 


100.6 18.4 


89 


88 


Ainsworth X-14-A 


100.1 17.4 


96 


93 


Pioneer 302 


98.1 18.2 


100 


92 


Pioneer 309B 


98.0 16.7 


97 


94 


Whisnand 852 


97.5 17.9 


97 


89 


DeKalb 1023 


96.7 19.3 


90 


92 


Whisnand 830 


95.9 17.7 


97 


91 


Illinois 1570 (Station) 


95.5 16.8 


98 


93 


Whisnand 851 


95.1 18.1 


98 


93 


DeKalb 925(W) 


93.0 18.4 


96 


90 


P.A.G. 485 


92.8 17.9 


97 


97 


Illinois 2214(W) (Station) 


92.3 17.8 


90 


91 


Moews CB100 


91.3 18.8 


96 


89 


P.A.G. 631W 


89.1 18.3 


95 


92 


Tiemann T-72 


83.5 17.0 


91 


89 


Tiemann T-78 


80.5 17.4 


92 


90 


Average of all entries 


95.3 17.9 


95 


91 


Number in range 


Difference necessary for significance 


2 


13.5 1.7 


9 


6 


3-5 


14.9 1.8 


10 


7 


6-10 


15.8 1.9 


10 


7 


11-19 


16.4 2.0 


10 


8 






(Table is concluded on next page) 



36 



BULLETIN No. 651 
Table 12. Wolf Lake concluded 



[January, 



Entry 



harvest P lants 



Stand 



Leaf 
blight" 



1959 RESULTS 



bu. perct. perct. perct. score 

Alnsworth X-14A 93.1 19.4 93 94 3.5 

Ainsworth X-100 90.0 20.3 96 91 3.6 

DeKalb 805... ... 90.1 20.7 92 91 2.3 

DeKalb814 54.7 20.2 88 83 3.9 

DeKalb 854 81.9 19.3 85 93 2.7 

DeKalb 856 82.5 17.6 82 89 3.9 

DeKalb 869 92.0 19.6 96 90 3.7 

DeKalb 898A 69.2 19.6 81 89 3.6 

DeKalb 925(W) 81.2 20.7 91 87 2.8 

DeKalb 1023 80.0 23.0 71 86 3.1 

DeKalb 1028 91.6 22.8 87 94 1.7 

DeKalb X72-159 100.7 21.0 93 94 2.6 

DeKalb X82-028 93.2 18.7 90 90 3.2 

DeKalb X82-029 107.9 20.6 87 93 3.8 

Illinois 1570 (Station) .. . 90.5 18.2 96 96 3.4 

Illinois 1851 (Station) 96.2 20.6 91 93 2.8 

Illinois 2214(W) (Station) 67.1 21.2 77 88 1.6 

Moews5094... 72.3 ' 20.9 79 93 3.1 

Moews5097 86.8 19.0 100 93 3.3 

Moews CB96A 98.2 18.7 100 94 3.0 

MoewsCB98W 85.8 21.7 100 96 2.6 

Moews CB100 88.0 20.2 95 92 2.6 

P.A.G. 434 91.1 20.0 91 93 2.7 

P.A.G. 485 69.6 22.5 90 90 1.6 

P.A.G. 631(W) 59.2 21.8 88 83 2.3 

Pioneer 302 87.7 19.7 95 94 2.1 

Pioneer 309A 95.9 21.2 100 91 1.8 

Pioneer 309 B 97.9 23.5 93 89 1.3 

Pioneer 316 88.4 18.2 92 92 3.0 

Pioneer 319 95.3 18.3 93 92 2.8 

Pioneer 4549 74.1 19.6 89 81 3.4 

Pioneer 5757 75.2 20.3 95 93 2.7 

Pioneer 6117 82.1 19.9 93 89 2.9 

Princeton 660 52.7 18.4 71 80 3.8 

Princeton 685 80.7 20.1 93 90 3.1 

Princeton 888 97.8 19.7 89 91 3.1 

Princeton 890 70.6 20.5 70 92 3.0 

Princeton 990W 69.9 20.5 91 78 1.8 

Producers 995 80.0 20.8 87 88 3.0 

Producers 1066 83.1 22.1 87 87 2.8 

Schenk'sS-80. . . 86.7 19.9 99 91 3.0 

Schenk's S-90W 76.2 20.9 91 90 1.8 

Stull 100Y 87.1 20.3 91 82 2.5 

Stull 101Y-B 89.0 19.9 93 89 2.3 

Stull 400W 87.5 21.0 87 84 2.6 

Stull 400W-C 88.8 20.9 94 86 2.0 

Stull 400W-R 92.9 21.2 89 93 2.5 

Tiemann T-72 . . . . 71.3 18.1 74 88 4.0 

TiemannT-78 70.5 19.5 77 90 3.6 

Tiemann T-81 87.9 20.6 91 89 3.3 

Van Horn V.H. 55W .. . 88.0 21.4 87 91 1.5 

Van Horn V.H. 100 70.2 18.6 88 92 3.5 

Whisnand 830. . . . 89.9 19.0 93 93 3.2 

Whisnand 851 89.2 20.2 95 86 2.5 

Whisnand852 92.2 19.9 94 89 2.4 

Whisnand 917W 90.6 19.3 91 87 2.1 

Average of all entries 84.0 20.2 89 90 2.8 

Number in range Difference necessary for significance 

2 23.1 1.5 15 10 1.0 

3-5 25.7 1.6 16 11 1.1 

6-10 27.2 1.7 17 12 1.2 

11-20 28.2 1.8 18 12 1.2 

Over 20.. 28.5 1.8 18 12 1.2 



1 Leaf blight ratings are on a scale from 1 (most resistant) to 5 (completely susceptible). 



1960] COMMERCIAL CORN HYBRIDS 37 

Table 13. INCREASED PLANTING RATES: 1959 Results 



Entry 



Total acre Moisture in Erect 
yield grain at harvest plants 



Stand 



NORTHERN ILLINOIS: DeKalb 24,000 plants per acre 

bu. perct. perct. perct. 

DeKalb 221 87.0 22.2 70 89 

DeKalb 251 84.1 22.6 86 91 

DeKalb 253 84.3 22.4 88 92 

DeKalb 400 101 .0 23 .9 90 95 

DeKalb 411 84.6 22.6 95 97 

DeKalb 414 83.6 22.7 86 92 

DeKalb 423 89.2 21.7 90 92 

DeKalb 440 116.4 23.5 88 91 

DeKalb 444 88.6 24.1 88 94 

DeKalb 633 100.1 25.4 85 91 

DeKalb 640 120.7 24.6 85 91 

DeKalb Exp. 7 102.5 23.5 83 91 

DoubetD413 111.8 24.6 88 83 

Doubet D435 105.0 24.4 95 91 

Holmes 47E... 102.1 24.8 76 90 

Hulting238 91.7 22.4 79 90 

Hulling 242 100.6 23 .0 81 90 

Hulling 245 98.3 21.4 87 91 

Illinois 1277 (Stalion) 81.9 22.8 83 93 

Illinois 1421 (Slalion) 108 .5 24.6 75 96 

Illinois 1996 (Slalion) 109.5 24.5 81 95 

Illinois (Hy2xOh7) 99.2 24.0 79 92 

Illinois (WF9xC103) 42.2 24.5 90 93 

Moews 14DR 89.0 22.4 89 94 

Moews48 109.6 22.2 87 89 

Moews 48A 122.9 24.8 86 95 

Moews 500A 94.4 24.6 88 88 

Moews 505A 110.5 22.1 87 95 

P.A.G. 234 113.6 22.8 85 95 

P.A.G.305 98.2 23.5 87 95 

P.A.G. 323 75.7 24.6 81 95 

P.A.G. 15018 118.9 24.5 85 88 

Pioneer 325 79.0 24.2 83 97 

Pioneer 329 99.7 23.8 83 91 

Pioneer 345 105.8 23.2 79 95 

Pioneer 347 99.0 22.2 73 93 

Pioneer350C 100.3 23.1 87 94 

Pioneer 352 93.0 22.2 80 90 

Pioneer 371 114.7 20.5 86 90 

Pocklington P-20 90.8 25.5 86 94 

Pocklington P-48 93.9 24.4 81 87 

Pocklington P-50 92.2 24.5 85 85 

Pocklington P-62 101.5 24.6 86 88 

Sieben S-320 85.0 23.2 81 92 

Sieben S-340 91 .2 23 .3 83 93 

Sieben S-360 93 .4 24.4 86 89 

Sieben S-580 103.7 23.9 87 87 

Sleckley's Genelic Giant 4 98.8 21.6 88 87 

Slewart S-82 85 .3 24 .3 93 78 

Todd424 109.2 23.6 91 93 

Tomco449 99.4 23.4 87 98 

Tom co 619 113.7 24.9 91 96 

Tomco678 102.4 24.5 89 90 

Trover M3T 78.1 24.7 90 86 

Troyer M17T 91.8 24.3 88 88 

Wyffels W-600 120.2 23.5 85 97 

Average of all entries 97.6 23.6 85 91 

Number in range Difference necessary for significance 

2 19.2 1.2 10 7 

3-5 21.3 1.3 11 8 

6-10 22.5 1.4 11 8 

11-20 22.6 1.5 12 8 

Over 20 23.6 1.5 12 8 

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38 



BULLETIN No. 651 



Table 13. Increased Planting Rates continued 



Entry 


Total acre 
yield 


Moisture in 
grain at 
harvest 


Erect 
plants 


Stand 


Dropped 
Ears 


EAST-CENTRAL 


ILLINOIS: Urbana 24,000 


plants 


per acre 




bu. 


perct. 


perct. 


percl. 


perct. 


Bear OK69 


105.2 


20.7 


89 


85 


.7 


Bear Unicorn X710 


117.2 


21.4 


93 


83 





Crib Filler 70,116,123 












DeKalb633... 


94.3 


20.1 


84 


78 


.2 


DeKalb640 


99.0 


19.0 


95 


87 





DeKalb 650 


85.8 


18.8 


89 


87 


.6 


DeKalb 660A 


109.2 


20.6 


90 


86 


.1 


DeKalb 803A 


91.9 


21.3 


72 


86 





DeKalb 805 


84.2 


19.6 


97 


89 


1.6 


DeKalb 810 


94.1 


23.7 


89 


88 





DeKalb 812 


97.5 


23.7 


97 


86 


.7 


DeKalb 812R 


91.1 


23.6 


96 


83 


1.4 


DeKalb 814 


80.3 


21.4 


91 


83 


3.2 


DeKalb Exp. 2 


84.7 


21.5 


96 


83 


.1 


DeKalb Exp. 6 


83 . 1 


23.4 


98 


84 





Doubet D413 


87.9 


22.5 


83 


82 


5.2 


Doubet D435 


86.0 


21.1 


99 


85 


.7 


Frey 692H 


85.8 


, 20.7 


99 


84 


.1 


Frey 892 


93.6 


22.1 


90 


86 


.7 


Holmes 47 


96.0 


20.2 


95 


89 


1.3 


Illinois 1332 (Station) 


107.5 


19.3 


93 


92 


1.3 


Illinois 1421 (Station) 


98.9 


21.6 


72 


90 


.7 


Illinois 1731 A (Station) 


71.6 


21.6 


83 


81 


.1 


Illinois 1851 (Station) 


83.0 


22.1 


83 


91 





Illinois 1893 (Station) 


55.3 


19.6 


92 


84 


2.2 


Illinois 1936 (Station) 


85.4 


20.3 


90 


89 





Illinois 1996 (Station) 


92 . 7 


22.0 


91 


84 





Illinois 3049 (Station) 


87.1 


21.3 


86 


88 


.6 


Illinois 3152 (Station) 


83.5 


21.1 


94 


87 


.5 


Illinois (Hy2xOh7) 


114.6 


20.8 


85 


88 


.1 


Illinois (WF9xC103) 


59.7 


19.9 


85 


78 


5.6 


McAllister 77A 


98.1 


20.5 


97 


86 


1.2 


McAllister E.X. Al 


91.7 


20.1 


89 


85 


1.9 


McAllister E.X. Bl 


42 . 1 


20.1 


97 


82 


.1 


Moews 520 


69.1 


21.0 


86 


89 


.5 


Moews 524A 


87.8 


22.5 


97 


85 


.6 


Moews 525 


79.4 


20.4 


91 


91 


3.5 


Moews 5094 


76.0 


20.4 


86 


90 


.1 


Moews CB96A 


71.5 


21.1 


93 


82 


.6 


Morton M-6X 


97.0 


20.8 


83 


93 


.1 


Mountjoy M-55 


100.2 


20.3 


94 


81 





P.A.G. 415 


90.7 


21.6 


96 


88 





P.A.G. 418 


101.0 


21.1 


91 


95 





P.A.G. 15009 


104.4 


20.0 


97 


78 


.1 


P.A.G. 15017 


103.1 


17.2 


100 


78 


.1 


Pioneer 302 


88.1 


21.3 


87 


93 





Pioneer 309A 


77.4 


23.1 


95 


85 





Pioneer 309B 


74.0 


25.2 


82 


87 


.1 


Pioneer 312A , 


66.3 


21.6 


95 


88 





Pioneer 316 


92.5 


21.6 


98 


92 


1.9 


Pioneer 319 


97.8 


20.7 


95 


87 


5.1 


Pioneer 4549 


101.5 


20.7 


85 


81 


1.1 


Pioneer 5625 


85.2 


20.6 


97 


89 


3.8 


Pioneer 5757 


91.2 


20.0 


90 


89 





Pioneer 6117 


75.7 


20.0 


96 


80 





Pocklington P-62 


88.9 


20.0 


91 


82 


.6 


Pocklington P-70 


97.6 


20.2 


86 


79 


.7 


Pocklington P-75A 


82.0 


21.7 


83 


85 


.1 


Pocklington P-78 


101.0 


21.9 


92 


69 


.1 


Pocklington P-78A 


90.2 


22.0 


91 


73 


.1 


SchwenkS27B 


100.1 


19.1 


98 


88 


.6 


Steckley's Genetic Giant 12 


101.2 


20.9 


94 


78 


.6 


Tiemann T-72 


97.9 


22.4 


89 


82 


1.6 


Todd 635 


92.5 


21.2 


92 


78 


.6 


Troyer M3T 


64.6 


20.5 


97 


71 


.1 


Troyer M17T 


80.2 


21.4 


96 


87 





U.S. 13 (Station) 


82.9 


20.1 


81 


83 


1.9 


Van Horn V.H. 100. .. 


85.1 


21.3 


87 


76 


2.9 


Van Horn V.H. 101 


93.2 


21.2 


85 


80 


1.4 


Van Horn V.H. Ill 


92.0 


20.2 


72 


84 


.1 



Inadvertently omitted from test. 

(Table is concluded on next page) 



Table 13. Increased Planting Rates concluded 



Entry 



Total acre 



vest 



Erect 
" lants 



Stand 



Dropped 
ears 



East-Central Illinois: Urbana concluded 



bu. perct. perct. perct. perct. 

Whisnand 830. .. 91.5 20.3 91 76 .1 

Whisnand852 99.6 22.7 83 83 .1 

Whisnand Exp. 850 112.6 21.4 79 83 .2 

Average of all entries 89.2 21.0 90 84 .8 



Number in range 

2 

3-5 

6-10 

11-20 

Over 20 



Difference necessary for significance 

18.1 1.9 10 11 

20.2 2.1 11 12 
21.4 2.3 12 13 
22.4 2.4 12 13 
22.7 2.4 12 14 



1.1 



WEST SOUTH-CENTRAL ILLINOIS: 
20,000 plants per acre 



Greenfield 



Entry 



Total acre Moisture in 
yield grain at harvest 



Erect 
plants 



Stand 



bu. perct. Perct. perct. 

BearOK69 131.3 19.3 64 88 

Bear Unicorn X710 91.2 21.0 39 88 

DeKalb633... 110.4 19.1 61 87 

DeKalb640 103.3 16.9 56 94 

DeKalb650 94.7 17.1 45 83 

DeKalb660A 99.2 19.2 53 87 

DeKalb803A 95.3 20.7 35 87 

DeKalbSOS 104.2 19.1 48 91 

DeKalbSlO 108.8 18.6 46 93 

DeKalb 814 98.2 17.8 50 89 

DeKalb854 77.9 18.8 38 82 

DeKalb 869 98.6 19.3 56 88 

DeKalb 898A 81.4 18.9 35 90 

DeKalb 925(W) 92 .8 20.8 50 89 

Doubet D413 107.4 19.3 62 87 

Doubet D435 69.6 18.0 42 93 

Illinois 1332 (Station) .. 116.3 16.9 52 85 

Illinois 1421 (Station) 104.1 19.6 44 86 

Illinois 1893 (Station) 108.3 17.8 45 90 

Illinois 1996 (Station) 96.7 18.0 41 89 

Illinois (Hy2xOh7) 102.8 18.6 25 89 

Illinois (WF9xC103) 73.3 16.1 77 94 

Moews523 105.1 18.2 67 89 

Moews525 103.2 19.2 72 85 

Moews CB60A 105.3 19.3 67 95 

Moews CB69A 109.6 18.7 78 96 

Moews CB96A 109.7 16.1 64 90 

P.A.G. 415... 103.0 18.5 61 89 

P.A.G. 418 91.8 20.1 44 87 

P.A.G. 444 95.8 21.6 54 87 

Pioneer 301B 97.4 18.7 59 85 

Pioneer 302 99.0 22.2 54 90 

Pioneer 309 B 113.7 23.7 59 94 

Pioneer 316 96.8 18.4 44 86 

Pioneer 319 114.5 18.4 56 82 

Pioneer 4549 123.6 19.5 59 89 

Pioneer 5625 77.1 20.9 55 73 

Pioneer 5757 98.7 18.9 75 89 

Pioneer 6117 96.9 19.3 67 83 

Pocklington P-62 94.3 18.5 52 87 

Pocklington P-70 86.6 18.3 59 87 

Pocklington P-75A 93.4 19.0 47 86 

Pocklington P-78 98.3 19.6 68 83 

Pocklington P-78A 109.7 19.9 64 86 

Pocklington P-84 105 . 7 22 .6 51 84 

Whisnand 830 104.2 18.5 64 82 

Whisnand 852 96.4 19.7 50 87 

Whisnand Exp. 850 109.5 20.0 48 82 

Average of all entries 100.5 19.2 54 88 

Number in range Difference necessary for significance 

2 23.4 1.3 23 11 

3-5 26.0 1.4 25 12 

6-10 27.6 1.5 27 13 

11-20 28.8 1.6 28 13 

Over 20 28.9 1.6 28 13 



40 BULLETIN No. 651 [January, 

Table 14. DWARF HYBRIDS: 1959 Results 



Entry 



Total acre 



larvest 



Erect 
<> lants 



Stand 



Dropped 
ears 



NORTHERN ILLINOIS: DeKalb 



bu. 



perct. 



perct. perct. perct. 

DeKalb (D3xE) .. . 100.4 26.5 100 97 

DeKalb (D4xA) 79.4 25.9 100 90 

DeKalb (D4xB) 78.3 27.0 100 94 

DeKalb (D4xC) 90.1 26.8 99 92 

DeKalb (D4xD) 83.1 26.8 100 95 

Eastern States Dwarf 602 90.7 24.6 100 91 

Illidwarf 506A (Station) 85.4 26.3 100 93 

Illidwarf 513 (Station) 99.2 23.8 95 95 

Illidwarf Exp. 59-023 (Station) 100.3 23 .9 99 96 

Illidwarf Exp. 59-025 (Station) 90.4 23 .2 100 87 

Illidwarf Exp. 59-027 (Station) 92 .3 23 . 7 100 89 

Illidwarf Exp. 59-028 (Station) 98.1 23.5 99 88 

Illidwarf Exp. 59-030 (Station) 92 .6 23 .8 100 92 

Illidwarf Exp. 59-031 (Station) 93.2 24.7 100 92 

Illidwarf Exp. 59-032 (Station) 91.2 23 . 7 99 95 

Illidwarf Exp. 59-059 (Station) 92 .0 26 .0 100 82 

P.A.G. Exp. 12030.. . . 100.0 22.6 100 93 

P.A.G. Exp. 12058 94.9 ,'23.5 99 93 

P.A.G. Exp. 12073 92.8 22.7 100 96 

P.A.G. Exp. 12079 87.6 22.9 100 95 

Pocklington P.D. 6 84.9 24.9 100 89 

Pocklington P.O. 7 90.6 24.3 100 100 

Pocklington (1x7) 77.7 25.8 100 95 

Pocklington (9x1) 70.1 23.3 100 94 

Pocklington (9x8) 107.8 24.1 100 91 

Average of all entries 90.5 24.5 100 93 

Number in range Difference necessary for significance 

2.. . 25.0 2.8 3 12 

3-5 27.6 3.0 4 14 

6-10 29.0 3.2 4 14 

10-25 29.8 3.3 4 15 

EAST-CENTRAL ILLINOIS: Urbana 

Bear Cub 66 76.4 23.8 100 94 .9 

Bear Unicorn Cub 94.8 26.9 99 95 

DeKalb (D3xE) .. . 54.0 24.8 100 89 

DeKalb (D4xA) 51.8 24.6 100 88 

DeKalb (D4xB) 51.2 23.4 100 89 

DeKalb (D4xC) 58.3 25.2 99 90 

DeKalb (D4xD) 52.4 23.8 100 84 1.0 

Eastern States Dwarf 602 71 . 2 22 .3 99 91 .8 

Illidwarf (R906xR91 7) (Station).. . 84.7 25.6 99 83 

Illidwarf 500 (Station) 89.2 22 .4 92 88 

Illidwarf 501 A (Station) 79.9 23.8 96 92 

Illidwarf 505A (Station) 74.4 22.0 100 85 1.0 

Illidwarf 506A (Station) 77.6 24.5 100 93 2.8 

Illidwarf 510 (Station) 66.9 23.7 100 98 

Illidwarf 513 (Station) 80.4 22 .3 99 89 2.9 

Illidwarf Exp. 6374 (Station) 64.5 24.3 99 89 

P.A.G. Exp. 12030. .. . 86.3 19.9 99 89 1.9 

P.A.G. Exp. 12035 52.8 23.4 100 94 

P.A.G. Exp. 12036 86.2 22.0 100 97 

P.A.G. Exp. 12060 67.4 22.6 100 95 

Pocklington P.D. 6 78.4 24.1 100 86 

Pocklington P.D. 7 63.2 24.6 100 90 .9 

Pocklington (1x7) 92.5 24.5 99 91 

Pocklington (9x1) 94.9 22.6 99 84 1.0 

Pocklington (9x8) 69 .4 22 .9 97 86 1.0 

Average of all entries 70.7 24.0 99 90 .6 

Number in range Difference necessary for significance 

2 19.1 2.7 5 12 2.7 

3-5 21.0 3.0 5 14 2.9 

6-10 22.1 3.1 6 14 N.S. 

10-25 22.6 3.2 6 15 N.S. 

Note: "N.S." indicates that differences are not great enough to be statistically 
significant. 

(Table is concluded on next page) 



1960] 



COMMERCIAL CORN HYBRIDS 



41 



Table 14. Dwarf Hybrids concluded 



Entry 



Total acre 
yield 



Moisture in 
grain at 
harvest 



Erect 
plants 



Stand 



Dropped 
Ears 



WEST SOUTH-CENTRAL ILLINOIS: Greenfield 





bu. 


perct. 


perct. 


perct. perct. 


Bear Cub 66 


. 83.9 


18.8 


90 


91 


Bear Unicorn Cub 


93.3 


22.0 


96 


96 


DeKalb (D3xE) 


. 46.1 


20.8 


98 


100 


DeKalb (D4xA) 


36.2 


19.8 


93 


93 


DeKalb (D4xB) 


42.4 


19.5 


89 


99 


DeKalb (D4xC) 


50.8 


20.1 


91 


96 


DeKalb (D4xD) 


63 . 6 


19.2 


95 


99 


Illidwarf (R906xR917) (Station) 


53.4 


18.2 


60 


87 


Illidwarf 500 (Station) 


63.4 


18.1 


84 


96 


Illidwarf 501 A (Station) 


64.4 


18.6 


89 


91 


Illidwarf 505A (Station) 


81.7 


18.6 


94 


93 


Illidwarf 506A (Station) 


71.7 


19.4 


91 


97 


Illidwarf 510 (Station) 


74.6 


19.1 


87 


94 


Illidwarf 513 (Station) 


74 . 7 


17.2 


94 


99 


Illidwarf Exp. 6374 (Station) 


57.6 


18.5 


82 


96 


Illidwarf Exp. 6417 (Station) 


60.8 


21.2 


85 


86 


P.A.G. Exp. 12034 


, 76.4 


21.6 


85 


97 


P.A.G. Exp. 12064 


99.9 


19.7 


79 


96 


P.A.G. Exp. 12065 


79.1 


19.2 


93 


99 


P.A.G. Exp. 12084 


70.7 


20.5 


79 


93 


Pocklington P.D. 6 


73 . 7 


19.9 


85 


92 


Pocklington P.D. 7 


74 . 7 


19.3 


87 


90 


Pocklington (1x7) 


87.1 


20.1 


86 


94 


Pocklington (9x1) 


73.2 


17.0 


89 


93 


Pocklington (9x8) 


65.9 


17.2 


94 


94 


Average of all entries 


69.2 


19.3 


88 


94 



Number in range 

2 23 

3-5 26 

6-10 27 

11-25... . 28 



Difference necessary for significance 
.7 1.8 16 14 

2 2.0 18 15 

5 2.1 19 16 

1 2.1 20 16 



SOUTHERN ILLINOIS: Brownstown 



Bear Cub 66 


. 63.9 


23.7 


100 


96 


3.5 


Bear Unicorn Cub 


69.2 


26.2 


100 


94 





DeKalb (D3xE) . . 


. 64.0 


25.7 


100 


94 


2.3 


DeKalb (D4xA) 


52.3 


25.6 


99 


100 


1.1 


DeKalb (D4xB) 


59.5 


24.9 


100 


88 


4.9 


DeKalb (D4xC) 


60.0 


25.6 


100 


94 





DeKalb (D4xD) 


65.0 


26.3 


100 


98 


2.3 


Illidwarf (R906xR917) (Station). , 


79.3 


24.0 


100 


92 





Illidwarf 500 (Station) 


73.3 


22.1 


98 


95 





Illidwarf 501 A (Station) 


71.6 


22.2 


98 


92 





Illidwarf 505A (Station) 


65.5 


25.3 


99 


95 


1.2 


Illidwarf 506A (Station) 


81.4 


23.9 


100 


97 





Illidwarf 510 (Station) 


57.9 


22.0 


98 


89 





Illidwarf 513 (Station) 


' 76.0 


20.8 


98 


95 





Illidwarf Exp. 341 7 (Station) 


69.0 


24.0 


99 


99 





Illidwarf Exp. 6374 (Station) 


63.2 


23.7 


98 


87 





Illidwarf Exp. 6417 (Station) 


65 . 1 


25.9 


100 


93 





Illidwarf Exp. 371 (Station) 


71.3 


25.3 


100 


100 





Illidwarf Exp. 471 (Station) 


73.0 


26.0 


100 


95 


1.1 


P.A.G. Exp. 12034.. . 


77.9 


27.4 


99 


97 


1.1 


P.A.G. Exp. 12042 


49.0 


20.8 


100 


95 





P.A.G. Exp. 12083 


76.9 


25.2 


98 


100 





P.A.G. Exp. 12084 


85.0 


25.1 


98 


99 


1.1 


Pocklington P.D. 6 


67.4 


24.3 


100 


90 


1.3 


Pocklington P.D. 7 


65.0 


23.6 


100 


100 


1.1 


Average of all entries 


68.1 


24.4 


99 


95 


.8 


Number in range 


Difference necessary for significance 


2. . 


22.7 


2.8 


N.S. 


12 


.7 


3-5 


25.0 


3.1 


N.S. 


13 


.7 


6-10 


26.2 


3.3 


N.S. 


14 


.8 


10-25 


27.0 


3.4 


N.S. 


14 


.8 


Note: "N.S." indicates 


that differences are not 


great 


enough 


to be 


statistically 


significant. 













42 BULLETIN No. 651 [January, 

SUMMARY 

In 1959, 523 hybrids were grown in seventeen tests on ten test 
fields in Illinois. Yields were generally excellent, although lower than 
usual at Ashkum, Urbana, and Wolf Lake. Machine harvesting was 
successfully employed in all tests, and yields reported in this bulletin 
may be considered representative of actual farming conditions in the 
respective locations. 

1959 yields. As was true in 1958, the Galesburg test field in 
west north-central Illinois had the highest average yield, 112.8 bushels 
per acre of machine-harvested shelled corn. This was closely followed 
by the Stanford test field, with a yield of 112.6 bushels per acre. 
Average yields of "normal" hybrids at normal planting rates on the 
other test fields were: Woodstock 103.0, DeKalb 106.5, Ashkum 89.1, 
Bowen 90.2, Urbana 101.7, Greenfield 94.7, Brownstown 81.7, and 
Wolf Lake 84.0. 

The average yield of all normal hybrids tested at normal planting 
rates was 97.6 bushels per acre. This compares very favorably with 
previous hand-harvested average yields on these same test fields, which 
were 101.7 bushels per acre in 1957 and 101.4 bushels per acre in 1958. 

Moisture. Grain moisture at harvest was at a satisfactory level 
at all test locations. The average moisture percentage of all entries 
ranged from 19.0 percent at Greenfield to 23.8 percent at DeKalb, 
Bowen, and Brownstown. Data on this characteristic were analyzed, 
and differences between hybrids were found to be statistically signifi- 
cant at all test locations. 

Lodging. Lodging was moderate to light at seven of the ten 
test locations. More than 20 percent lodging was observed at Gales- 
burg, 30 percent at Greenfield, and more than 55 percent at Woodstock. 
Differences between hybrids in lodging were found to be statistically 
significant at all test locations except Ashkum. 

Stand. Stands were good to excellent at nine of the ten test 
locations. Uneven germination and seedling emergence resulted from 
planting in a wet seedbed at Ashkum, where the average final stand 
was 82 percent. In the normal planting rate tests, the average stand for 
all ten test locations was 90.3 percent. This was somewhat higher than 
the average stand in 1957 and 1958. Statistically significant differences 
between hybrids in stand percentage were found in the tests at DeKalb, 
Galesburg, Ashkum, Bowen, Urbana, and Greenfield. 



1960] COMMERCIAL CORN HYBRIDS 43 

Dropped ears. Ear droppage was higher than usual at several 
test locations. Data were recorded for this characteristic at DeKalb, 
Bowen, Stanford, Urbana, and Brownstown. A few hybrids showed 
rather severe amounts of ear droppage, but the average amount of 
dropped ears did not exceed 1.5 percent at any test location. 

Leaf blight reaction. A severe epidemic of Helminthosporium leaf 
blight occurred in extreme southern Illinois. Reactions to this disease 
complex were recorded for the Wolf Lake test location. Scored on a 
scale from 1 (resistant) to 5 (completely susceptible), the hybrids 
included in this test showed mean ratings ranging from 1.3 to 4.0. 
Differences between hybrids for leaf blight reaction were found to be 
statistically highly significant. 

Increased-plant-population tests. Separate tests were conducted 
of increased planting rates at DeKalb, Urbana, and Greenfield. Plant 
populations tested were 24,000 plants per acre at DeKalb and Urbana, 
and 20,000 plants per acre at Greenfield. 

Direct comparisons cannot be made between average performance 
of hybrids in the "normal" and increased planting rate tests, since the 
same hybrids were not always included in both tests at a given location. 
In general, however, the increased planting rates at DeKalb and 
! Urbana produced somewhat lower average yields and slightly higher 
lodging percentages than did the normal planting rates. At Greenfield 
the average yield at the increased rate was higher than the average 
yield at the normal planting rate, but lodging was much more severe 
at the higher plant population. 

Dwarf hybrids. Dwarf hybrids of the brachytic-2 type were 
tested at DeKalb, Urbana, Greenfield, and Brownstown. In general, 
yields of the dwarf hybrids were much lower than yields of normal 
hybrids at the same test locations. At each location, a few dwarf 
hybrids produced yields that compared very favorably with the average 
yield of the normal hybrids. Many dwarf hybrids produced very low 
yields of machine-harvested corn. These low yields resulted at least 
partly from very low ear placement in the dwarf hybrids, which caused 
excessive ear losses in the harvesting operation. 



44 



BULLETIN No. 651 



[January, 



PEDIGREES OF 60 HYBRIDS 

Following is a list of open-pedigree hybrids whose performance is 
shown in this bulletin: 



Normal hybrids 

AES 702...(WF9XHy2)(C103XM14) 
AES 705 ... ( WF9 X B 14) (C 103 X Oh43) 
AES 805. . .(WF9X38-ll)(C103XOh45) 

N.J. 8 (WF9XHy2)(C102XC103) 

U.S. 13....(WF9X38-ll)(Hy2XL317) 

111. 274-1. ..(WF9XHy2)(Oh7X 187-2) 
111. 972A-l.(WF9XOh7)(Hy2XL317) 
111. 1277. . .(WF9XM14)(187-2XI. 205) 
111. 1332. . .(WF9X38-ll)(Hy2XOh7) 
111. 1349. . .(38-11 XMo940)(K155XK201) 

111. 1421 . . . (WF9XHy2)(P8XOh7) 
111. 1511 ... (WF9XHy2)(38-ll XL304A) 
111. 1555A..(WF9XOh51A)(I.224XOh28) 
111. 1570. . .(WF9X38-ll)(Hy2XOh41) 

111. !731A..(WF9XC103)(Hy2XOh7) 
111. 1813. . .(WF9XHy2)(C103XOh45) 
111. 1851. ..(C103X38-ll)(Oh7XCI.21E) 
111. 1857 . . . (K201 XCI.21E)(38-11 XOH41) 
111. 1861 . . . (WF9XM14)(I.224XOh28) 
111. 1863. . .(WF9XM14)(I.205XOh43) 
111. 1864...(WF9XM14)(Oh43XW22) 



111. 1868 (WF9XHy2)(C103XOh43) 

111. 1875 (WF9XHy2)(38-llXC103) 

111. 1893 (C103 X38-1 l)(Oh7B XOH2S 

111. 1919 (WF9X38-11)(R130XR156 - 

111. 1921 (WF9 X38-11)(R71 X R105) ' 

111. 1936 (WF9XHy2)(M14XB14) 

111. 1959 (W64AXM14)(B14XA297) 

111. 1960 (W64AXM14)(B14XA545) 

111. 1992 (WF9XOh7A)(B14XC103) 

111. 1996 (Hy2XOh7)(B14XC103) 

111. 2214(W).(R30XKy27)(H2lXK64) \ 

111. 3049 (WF9XHy2)(R71XR109B) 

111. 3152 (WF9XM14)(B14XOh43) 

111. 3302A-1..(W64AXM14)(B14XR172) 

111. 3355.. ..(H49XH51)(R71XR109B) 

111. 3360 (H49XH51)(R101XOh41) 

111. 3362 (H49XH51)(CI.42AXOh7) 

111. 6021 (R75XR76)(R84XK4) 

111. 6052 (R78X38-11)(R84XK4) 

111. Exp (WF9XB14)(Hy2XL.E. 2A 



Dwarf hybrids 

Illidwarf 500. . . . (R909XR938)(R904XR917) 

Illidwarf 501A (R909XR906)(R902XR917) 

Illidwarf 505A (R909XR901)(R902XR917) 

Illidwarf 506A (R909XR901)(R938XR917) 

Illidwarf 510 (R906XR902)(R904XR917) 

Illidwarf 513 (R909XR938)(R902XR917) 

Illidwarf Exp. 371 (br2 CI.21EXR938)(R901XR917) 

Illidwarf Exp. 471 (br2 CI.21EXR904)(R901XR971) 

Illidwarf Exp. 3417 (br2 C103XR904)(R901 XR917) 

Illidwarf Exp. 6374 (R906XR938)(R904XR917) 



Illidwarf Exp. 6417. . 
Illidwarf Exp. 59-023. 
Illidwarf Exp. 59-025. 
Illidwarf Exp. 59-027. 
Illidwarf Exp. 59-028. 

Illidwarf Exp. 59-030. 
Illidwarf Exp. 59-031. 
Illidwarf Exp. 59-032. 
Illidwarf Exp. 59-059. 



,(R906XR904)(R901XR917) 
.(R909XR914)(6r2 Oh43X6r2 OH51A) 
.(R909XR914)(6r2 Oh43X6r2 W22) 
,(R909XR914)(6r2 Oh51AX&r2 Pa54) 
(R909XR914)(fcr2 Pa54X6r2 W22) 

(R909XR902)(6r2 Oh43X6r2 W22) 
(R909XR902)(ir2 Pa54Xftr2 W22) 
(R909XR902)(&r2 Oh51AX*r2 Pa54) 
(R909XR901)(6r2 Oh43Xir2 OH51A) 



1960} 



COMMERCIAL CORN HYBRIDS 



45 



INDEX TO TABLES 

Several of the tables are divided into two or more sections, and an 

entry may appear in several places in a table. Five-year or three-year 

summaries are shown first in each table, followed by the 1959 results 
for the particular test location. Hybrids are ranked according to their 
yield in the summaries, but are listed alphabetically in the 1959 results. 

AES 702 (Monier) 4, 5, 8 DeKalb 3x1 5, 7, 8, 9, 11 

AES 705 (Station) 9 DeKalb 3x2 6, 7 

AES 805 (Station) 7, 8, 9, 11 DeKalb 3x4 5, 7, 10, 11 

AES 805 (Stone) 9 DeKalb 82-013 11 

Ainsworth Goldline 378 11 DeKalb 82-019 11 

Ainsworth X-14-A 10, 12 DeKalb 221 13 

Ainsworth X-14-3 7, 8, 9, 1 1 DeKalb 222 3 

Ainsworth X-97 5, 6 DeKalb 251 3, 13 

Ainsworth X-98 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10. 11 DeKalb 253 3, 13 

Ainsworth X-100 5, 6, 7. 8, 9, 10, 11. 12 DeKalb 400 3, 13 

Appl A-130 5, 8, 9 DeKalb 406 3 

Appl A-159 9 DeKalb 409 3 

Appl A-259 5 DeKalb 411 3, 4, 13 

Appl A-400 8, 9 DeKalb 414 3, 4, 13 

DeKalb 423 3, 4. 13 

Bear Cub 66 14 DeKalb 440 3, 13 

Bear OK24 8 DeKalb 444 3, 4, 13 

Bear OK33 5, 6 DeKalb 459 4 

Bear OK55 6, 9 DeKalb 632 6 

Bear OK69 7. 9, 11, 13 DeKalb 633 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 13 

Bear OK93 10 DeKalb 640 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 13 

Bear OK96 6, 9, 10 DeKalb 650 13 

BearOK96A 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 11 DeKalb 660A 6, 7, 8, 9, 10. 11, 13 

Bear OK878 5, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11 DeKalb 661 5 

Bear Unicorn Cub 14 DeKalb 662 5 

Bear Unicorn X600 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11 DeKalb 803A 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 13 

Bear Unicorn X606 5, 7, 8, 9, 10 DeKalb 805 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13 

Bear Unicorn X710 13 DeKalb 810 9, 13 

DeKalb 812 5, 7, 8, 9, 13 

Canterbury 400 7, 8, 9. 10, 11 DeKalb 812R 10, 13 

Canterbury 404 8, 9 DeKalb 814 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13 

Canterbury 420 7, 8, 9, 10, 11 DeKalb 820 5 

Cargill 180 3 DeKalb 837 5, 6, 8, 9 

Cargill 255 3 DeKalb 854 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13 

Cargill 256 4 DeKalb 856 11,12 

Cargill 259 4 DeKalb 869 6, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13 

Cargill 270 4, 5 DeKalb 898A 12, 13 

Cargill 285 6 DeKalb 925(W) 10, 11, 12, 13 

Cargill 310 5, 8, 11 DeKalb 1023 12 

Cargill 320 10 DeKalb 1028 12 

Cargill 330 6 DeKalb 4049 4 

Cargill 335 6, 7, 10 DeKalb D3xE 14 

Cargill 680 3 DeKalb D4xA 14 

Cargill 733 9 DeKalb D4xB 14 

Cargill 5035 8 DeKalb D4xC 14 

Cargill 5741 7 DeKalb D4xD 14 

Cargill 5752 7, 9, 1 1 DeKalb Exp. 2 13 

Cornelius C45 4 DeKalb Exp. 6 13 

Cornelius C75 5 DeKalb Exp. 7 4, 13 

Cornelius C404B 3 DeKalb X72-076 4 

Crib Filler 62 6 DeKalb X72-159 12 

Crib Filler 77 6, 9 DeKalb X72-194 10 

Crib Filler 123 11 DeKalb X72-312 3 

Crib Filler 124 9, 11 DeKalb X82-028 12 

Crib Filler 131 6, 9, 11 DeKalb X82-029 12 

Crow s 201 3 DeKalb X82-030 6, 7, 8 

Crow s 205 3 DeKalb X4008 4 

Crow s 260 3, 4 DeKalb X4035 4 

Crows 360 5 Doubet D413 13 

Crow s 402 3,4 Doubet D435 13 

Crow s 487 4 

Crow s 495 5. 6 Embro 33 10 

Crow s 607 6 Embro 33A 10 

Crow s 608 5.9 

Crow s 805 6, 9, 10 Forster 25 5 

Crows 821 ..10 Forster 33 5 



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[January, 



Index to tables continued 

Forster 44 5 Illinois 1992 (Pfeifer) 9 

Forster 56 5 Illinois 1996 (Pfeifer) 9 

Frey 410 4 Illinois 1996 (Station) 7, 8. 13 

Frey 458 4 Illinois 2214(W) (Station) 10, 12 

Frey 644 6 Illinois 3049 (Station) 7.9, 13 

Frey 692 6, 8, 9 Illinois 3152 (Station) 4, 13 

Frey 692H 13 Illinois 3302A-1 (Station) 4 

Frey 892 5, 6, 8, 9, 13 Illinois 3355 (Station) 11 

Frey F57 5. 8, 9 Illinois 3360 (Station) 11 

Illinois 3362 (Station) 11 

Holmes 39 5,9 Illinois 6021 (Station) 7, 9 

Holmes 47 5, 13 Illinois 6052 (Station) 7,9 

Holmes 47E 13 Illinois Exp. (Station) 8 

Huey H-23 5 Illinois (Hy2xOh7) (Station) 13 

Huey H-42 5 Illinois (WF9xC103) (Station) 13 

Huey H-50 10 

Huey H-51 7 McAllister 13 A 5,7 

Huey H-75 10 McAllister 22B 5 

Huey H-106 7 McAllister 23A 6 

Huey H-235 7 McAllister 33B 5, 6, 7 

Hulting 235 3,4 McAllister 66B 5 

Hulting 238 3, 4, 13 McAllister 77A 6, 13 

Hulting 240 3, 4, 13 McAllister E.X.A1 13 

Hulting 242 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 McAllister E.X.B1 13 

Hulting 245 3. 4, 13 McAllister IVX1001A 5 

Hulting 260SC 4, 5, 6 McAllister X101 Superyield 5 

Hulting 380B 5, 6, 9 Moews 14A 4 

Hulting 481 4, 5, 6 Moews 14DR 3. 4, 13 

Hulting 482 4, 5, 6, 7 Moews 14E 3 

Hulting 484 4, 5, 6 Moews 15 3 

Hulting 684 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 Moews 48 3. 4, 13 

Moews 48A 3. 4. 13 

Illidwarf 500 (Station) 14 Moews 58 4 

Illidwarf 501A (Station) 14 Moews 500A 3. 4, 13 

Illidwarf 505A (Station) 14 Moews 505A 4, 5, 13 

Illidwarf 506A (Station) 14 Moews 520 5, 6, 7. 9, 13 

Illidwarf 510 14 Moews 523 9, 10, 11, 13 

Illidwarf 513 14 Moews 524 5, 7, 8, 10 

Illidwarf Exp. 371 (Station) 14 Moews 524A 5, 6, 9, 13 

Illidwarf Exp. 471 (Station) 14 Moews 525 6, 7, 9, 10, 11, 13 

Illidwarf Exp. 3417 (Station) 14 Moews 5094 9. 10. 11. 12, 13 

Illidwarf Exp. 6374 (Station) 14 Moews 5097 5. 6, 7. 8, 9, 10, 11, 12 

Illidwarf Exp. 6417 (Station) 14 Moews CB60A 6, 8, 10, 13 

Illidwarf Exp. 59-023 (Station) 14 Moews CB65A 4 

Illidwarf Exp. 59-025 (Station) 14 Moews CB69A 5, 8, 10, 13 

Illidwarf Exp. 59-027 (Station) 14 Moews CB70A 11 

Illidwarf Exp. 59-028 (Station) 14 Moews CB90A 8 

Illidwarf Exp. 59-030 (Station) 14 Moews CB96 6 

Illidwarf Exp. 59-031 (Station) 14 Moews CB96A 5. 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11. 12, 13 

Illidwarf Exp. 59-032 (Station) 14 Moews CB98W 12 

Illidwarf Exp. 59-059 (Station) 14 Moews CB100 12 

Illinois 274-1 (Station) 6, 8, 9 Monier 6-M-6 4. 5. 6, 8. 9 

Illinois 972-1 (Station) 8,9 Morton M-6X 13 

Illinois 1277 (Station) 3, 4, 13 Morton M-6X1 7 

Illinois 1332 (Pfeifer) 9 Morton M-12A 7 

Illinois 1332 (Station) 13 Morton M-70 7 

Illinois 1349 (Station) 7, 11 Morton M-303 5 

Illinois 1421 (Pfeifer) 9 Morton M-404 7 

Illinois 1421 (Station) 8,13 Morton M-505 5 

Illinois 1511 (Station) 7, 11 Morton M-606 5 

Illinois 1555A (Station) 3,4 Mountjoy M-33 8 

Illinois 1570 (Station) 12 Mountjoy M-55 13 

Illinois 1731A (Station) 13 Mountjoy M-66 4 

Illinois 1813 (Pfeifer) 9 Mountjoy M-100 8 

Illinois 1813 (Station) 8 Mountjoy M-103 11 

Illinois 1851 (Station) 11, 12, 13 Mountjoy M-444 8 

Illinois 1857 (Station) 7 Munson M-5 4 

Illinois 1861 (Station) 3, 4 Munson M-13 5, 6 

Illinois 1863 (Station 3, 4 Munson M-15 5. 7 

Illinois 1864 (Station 3 Munson M-77 5 

Illinois 1868 (Station 7 Munson M-119 5, 7, 9, 11 

Illinois 1875 (Station 11 

Illinois 1893 (Station 9, 13 Nichols NB43 3,4 

Illinois 1919 (Station) 8. 9 Nichols NB53 3, 4 

Illinois 1921 (Station) 7, 9 Nichols NB63 3,4 

Illinois 1936 (Station) 4, 8, 13 Nichols NB75D 3, 4 

Illinois 1959 (Station) 3 Northrup King 2057 4, 5, 6 

Illinois 1960 (Station) 3 Northrup King 2064 5. 6 



1960] 



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47 



Index to tables continued 



Northrup King 2675 4, 5. 6 Pocklington P-78A 10. 13 

Northrup King KO4 3 Pocklington P-84 13 

Northrup King KT 3 Pocklington P.D. 6 14 

Northrup King KT1 3 Pocklington P.D. 7 14 

Northru* King KT2 3, 4 Pocklington (1x7) 14 

Northrup King KT5 3, 4 Pocklington (9x1) 14 

Northrup King KT6 3, 4 Pocklington (9x8) 14 

Northrup King KT7 3, 4. 5, 6 Prairie Gold D-791 5 

Northrup King KT9 5, 6 Prairie Gold D-821 7 

Null N-68 5 Prairie Gold D-837 7 

Null N-83 5. 7 Prairie Gold D-896 7 

Princeton 660 10, 11, 12 

P.A.G. 62 3 Princeton 685 10, 11. 12 

P.A.G. 234 3, 4. 6, 13 Princeton 888 11. 12 

P.A.G. 244 4 Princeton 890 11, 12 

P.A.G. 253 3, 4 Princeton 990W 11, 12 

P.A.G. 277 4 Producers 13-1 11 

P.A.G. 305 3. 4, 6, 13 Producers 326 .% 3, 4 

P.A.G. 323 3, 4, 7, 13 Producers 333 3 

P.A.G. 403 5, 10 Producers 341 4 

P.A.G. 415 5, 6, 7. 8, 9. 10, 13 Producers 363 3, 4 

P.A.G. 418 5, 6, 7, 8. 9, 13 Producers 520 4, 5, 6, 9 

P.A.G. 434 7, 10, 11, 12 Producers 716 5, 6 

P.A.G. 444 7, 8, 9, 13 Producers 727 5. 6. 7. 8. 9 

P.A.G. 454 10 Producers 921 6, 8 

P.A.G. 485 12 Producers 946 7 

P.A.G. 631W 11, 12 Producers 953 5, 8 

P.A.G. 633W 11 Producers 995 10, 11. 12 

P.A.G. 15009 5, 8, 13 Producers 1066 11, 12 

P.A.G. 15014 5. 8, 9, 10 Producers X984 10 

P.A.G. 15017 13 Producers X969 9 

P.A.G. 15018 4, 13 

P.A.G. Exp. 9028 5 Robe 30 5, 9 

P.A.G. Exp. 10437 4 

P.A.G. Exp. 11497 9 Schenk's S-60 9 

P.A.G. Exp. 12030 14 Schenk's S-70 9 

P.A.G. Exp. 12034 14 Schenk's S-80 12 

P.A.G. Exp. 12035 14 Schenk's S-90W 12 

P.A.G. Exp. 12036 14 Schwenk S17B 8 

P.A.G. Exp. 12042 14 Schwenk SI 7L 5 

P.A.G. Exp. 12058 14 Schwenk S26 6 

P.A.G. Exp. 12060 14 Schwenk S27 6. 8 

P.A.G. Exp. 12064 14 Schwenk S27B 13 

P.A.G. Exp. 12065 14 Schwenk S34 5 

P.A.G. Exp. 12073 14 Sieben S-320 4. 5, 13 

P.A.G. Exp. 12079 14 Sieben S-340 4, 5, 13 

P.A.G. Exp. 12083 14 Sieben S-360 4, 5, 13 

P.A.G. Exp. 12084 14 Sieben S-440 4 

Pioneer 301B 6. 10, 13 Sieben S-440E 4 

Pioneer 302 8, 10, 11, 12, 13 Sieben S-560 4 

Pioneer 306B 7 Sieben S-580 4, 5, 13 

Pioneer 309A 8, 9, 11, 12, 13 Southern States Catawba 9 

Pioneer 309B 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13 Southern States Cherokee. . 9 

Pioneer 312A 6, 7, 9, 10, 11, 13 Southern States Munsee 6 

Pioneer 316 5, 9, 10, 12, 13 Southern States New Jersey 8 6 

Pioneer 319 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13 Southern States Shawnee 6 

Pioneer 325 4, 13 Steckley's 18 4 

Pioneer 329 4, 5, 8, 13 Steckley's Exp. 1995 3, 4 

Pioneer 345 4, 13 Steckley's Genetic Giant 1 3, 4 

Pioneer 347 4, 13 Steckley's Genetic Giant 3 3, 4 

Pioneer 350C 3, 4, 13 Steckley's Genetic Giant 3A 3, 4 

Pioneer 352 3, 13 Steckley's Genetic Giant 4 3, 13 

Pioneer 354 3 Steckley's Genetic Giant 6 3, 4 

Pioneer 371 3. 4, 13 Steckley's Genetic Giant 9 6 

Pioneer 380 3 Steckley's Genetic Giant 10 4, 6, 7 

Pioneer 380B 3 Steckley's Genetic Giant 12. .5. 6, 7, 9, 10, 11, 13 

Pioneer 4549 5, 6, 7, 8, 9. 10, 11, 12. 13 Steckley's Genetic Giant 13 5 

Pioneer 5625 5, 6, 7, 8, 9. 10, 13 Steckley's Genetic Giant 14 5 

Pioneer 5757 5. 6, 7. 8, 9. 10, 11, 12. 13 Steckley's Genetic Giant 15 5, 6, 7, 9. 10, 11 

Pioneer 6117 5, 6. 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13 Steckley's Genetic Giant 20 5, 7, 9, 10, 11 

Plymouth P-37 7 Steckley's Genetic Giant 

Plymouth P-97 7 Exp. 2015B 5, 6, 7, 9, 10. 11 

Pocklington P-20 13 Stewart S65 5 

Pocklington P-48 13 Stewart S82 13 

Pocklington P-50 13 Stiegelmeier Hi-B-Jack S-300A 8 

Pocklington P-62 13 Stiegelmeier Hi-B-Jack S-396 8. 9 

Pocklington P-70 13 Stiegelmeier Hi-B-Jack S-600 8, 9 

Pocklington P-75A 10, 13 Stone 1996 9. 10 

Pocklington P-78 13 Stull 100Y 11. 12 



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Stull 101 Y 11 

Stull 101 Y-B 12 

Stull 400W }2 

Stull 400WC 12 

Stull 400WR 12 

SuperCrost 438 3, 4 

SuperCrost 440 4 

SuperCrost 660 6 

SuperCrost GIF 9 

SuperCrost C2F 11 

SuperCrost X4 4 

SuperCrost X6 

SuperCrost X88 6 

Tiemann T-62 -4 

Tiemann T-68 5,6 

Tiemann T-72 9, 11, 12, 13 

Tiemann T-78 * 5,8, 11, 12 

Tiemann T-81 . 12 

Todd 424 4, 6, 13 

Todd 611B 4. 6 

Todd 620B 9 

Todd 635 8, 9, 13 

Todd 840 8 

Tomco 449 4, 13 

Tomco 619 13 

Tomco 678 13 

Tomco 812 

Tomco 838 - 

Trisler T-19B 6, 8, 9 

Trisler T-32 9 

Trisler T-32B 6, 8, 9, 11 

Trisler T-33 6, 9, 11 

Trisler T-33B 6, 9, 11 

Trisler T-3SB 6, 8, 9, 11 

Troyer E13T 4 

TroyerL13 4,5,6, 7,8,9 

Troyer L13T - -5, 7,8, 9 

Troyer L14T 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 

Troyer L21T - . .5. 8. 9 

Troyer M3T 4, 5 6 13 

Troyer M9A 5. 6, 7, 8, 9 

Troyer M11T 4, 5, 6, 7, 8,9 

Troyer M12T . - .4 

Troyer M13T 4, 5, 6, 7 

Troyer M14T 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 

Troyer MIST 4 



Troyer M17T 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 13 

Troyer M18 4, 6 

Troyer M19T 4, 6 

United-Hagie UH39 fr 4 

United-Hagie UH41A 4 

United-Hagie UH47A 5 

United-Hagie UH52B 5 

United-Hagie UH5S 5 

United-Hagie UHWW30 4 

United-Hagie UHWW40 4 

United-Hagie UHWW50 5 

United-Hagie UHX138 4 

United-Hagie UHX146 5 

United-Hagie UHX3H30 4 

United-Hagie UHX3H410 5 

U.S. 13 (Station) 7, 13 

Van Horn V.H.S5W 12 

Van Horn V.H.76 11 

Van Horn V.H.86 6 

Van Horn V.H.9S-1 5, 8,9. 10. 11 

Van Horn V.H.97 6, 8, 9, 10 

Van Horn V.H.98 8, 9 

Van Horn V.H. 99A 5 

Van HornV.H.100 6,8,9. 10, 11, 12, 13 

Van Horn V.H.101 5, 13 

Van Horn V.H.I 11 9, 10, 13 

Victor 316 3 

Victor 316A 3 

Victor 369 4 

Victor 371 

Whisnand 830 5, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13 

Whisnand 834 5, 10 

Whisnand 851 9, 12 

Whisnand 852 5, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13 

Whisnand 917W 12 

Whisnand Exp. 850 13 

Wyckoff's W10A 4 

Wyckoff's W20 4, 6 

Wyckoff's W25A 4, 6 

Wyckoff's W46A 6 

Wyffels W-490 *. 5 

Wyffels W-495 4 

Wyffels W-600 4, 5, 13 



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