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  1. Vol. 48 No. 2, p. 63-67
     
    Received: Oct 6, 1955


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doi:10.2134/agronj1956.00021962004800020005x

Effects of Location, Hybrid, Fertilizer, and Rate of Planting on the Oil and Protein Contents of Corn Grain1

  1. C. F. Genter,
  2. J. F. Eheart and
  3. W. N. Linkous2

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Synopsis

With 7 corn hybrids at various locations in Virginia, hybrids were more important than growing conditions as a source of variation in oil content; the reverse was true for the effect on protein content. With 3 levels of N, P, and K, and at 10,000 and 16,000 plants per acre, the location, planting rate, and N level all significantly affected protein content. Protein content was significantly higher under drought conditions than under good growing conditions. Highest protein yields occurred with the higher plant stand and heaviest N application. None of the factors had any appreciable effect on oil content:

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