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Agronomy Journal Abstract -

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

 

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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
  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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