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ND262, ND263, and ND264: new parental lines of corn



ND262, ND263, and ND264: new parental lines of corn



North Dakota Farm Research 46(2): 7-11



Maize inbred lines ND262, ND263 and ND264 were selected from NDSF(FS)C1, an improved version of NDSF. The S1 parents of the inbreds were selected on the basis of their full-sib family performance. ND262 typically produces short plants with ears below the midpoint of the stalk and has medium-weight grains. ND263 is medium in height with short ears and small, shallow grains. ND264 is medium in height with ears well below the midpoint of the stalk and has medium-weight, deep grains.

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