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Agronomy research. University of Kentucky, Agricultural Experiment Station, Department of Agronomy, Lexington, 1969



Agronomy research. University of Kentucky, Agricultural Experiment Station, Department of Agronomy, Lexington, 1969



Agronomy research. University of Kentucky, Agricultural Experiment Station, Department of Agronomy, Lexington 1939. 47



Maize. The performances of 64 hybrids grown at eight places in 1968 are tabulated. Pioneer 3306 produced the highest yield. The degree of resistance to maize dwarf mosaic virus and variability between ten inbred lines is reported. Inbred Oh713 was the most resistant. Sorghum. The performances of 25 grain sorghum hybrids and one variety in 1968 are tabulated. The hybrid ACCOR-1093 produced the highest yield.

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