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Response of soybeans in maturity group v group vi group vii and group viii to end trimming

Response of soybeans in maturity group v group vi group vii and group viii to end trimming

Agronomy Journal 68(5): 723-725

Three soybean [Glycine max (L.) Merr.] cultivars each in maturity groups V, VI, VII and VIII were end-trimmed by removing 0.46 m from both ends of the harvest rows of plots at the early vegetative, early flowering, physiological maturity and harvest maturity growth stages. Seed yield was determined on consecutive 0.3-m sections from each end of the harvest rows and a 0.6-m section from the middle of each row. Removing 0.76 m from the end of plots at physiological maturity or a later stage should eliminate yield inflations. In other tests 5, 4, 7 and 8 cultivars or strains in maturity groups V through VIII, respectively, were planted on 7 May and 20 June and the seed yield determined by both including and excluding the outermost 0.61 m from both ends of the 6.1-m harvest rows. Significant changes in rank and in differences among genotypes were obtained with and without elimination of end effects. These differences existed both among and within maturity groups. Plant height affected yield inflation more than maturity date.

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