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  1. Vol. 54 No. 3, p. 247-250
     
    Received: July 22, 1961


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doi:10.2134/agronj1962.00021962005400030019x

Relative Efficiency of Plot Sizes and Numbers of Replications as Indicated by Yields of Orchardgrass Seed in a Uniformity Test1

  1. H. H. Rampton and
  2. Roger G. Petersen2

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Synopsis

Increasing replications or increasing plot size permitted detection of smaller differences in yield of orchardgrass seed. Accuracy of yield estimates changed most rapidly with change in replications. Hence, on a given area, most accurate yield estimates would result with plots of minimum size and increased replications. Plot cost:land cost relationships showed that as land cost increased, optimum plot size decreased. Optimum plot size for close-drills was about half that for 3-foot rows.

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