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  • 2015 South DakotaSpring Wheat Variety Trial Results

    South Dakota State University, South Dakota counties, and USDA cooperating. South Dakota State University adheres to AA/EEO guidelines in offering educational programs and services.

    2015, South Dakota Board of Regents | 03-3019-2015

    Zone - 1 Zone - 2 Zone - 3 Zone - 4 Zone - 5 Zone - 6 Zone - 7Advance Focus Advance Brick AdvancePrevail Forefront Brick Focus FocusFaller Prevail Not Prevail Not Forefront PrevailProsper Faller Evaluated Faller Evaluated Prevail FallerRB07 Prosper Prosper Faller ProsperSY Rowyn Sy Rowyn Sy Rowyn Prosper RB07

    RB07

    Focus Brick NA MS Chevelle NAMS Chevelle HRS 3419 Not Not HRS 3378HRS 3504 HRS 3504 Evaluated Evaluated HRS 3419

    WB9507 Crop Zones for small grains are base on soil & climate information. Variety is susceptible or moderately susceptible to Fusarium Head Blight (Scab). Varieties are not evaluated in this zone, however it is suggested to select a variety that appears frequently in the recommended list across all zones for the state or neighboring zones.

    Recommended/Promising Spring Wheat Varieties for Spring 2016 by Crop Zone

    Promising

    Jonathan Kleinjan | SDSU Extension Crop Performance Testing (CPT) DirectorChris Graham | SDSU Extension Agronomist, Rapid City

    Bruce Swan | Ag Research Manager, Rapid CityKevin Kirby | Ag Research Manager, Brookings

    Shawn Hawks |Ag Research Manager, Brookings

    Shaukat Ali | SDSU Small Grains Pathologist, Brookings

  • 2015 South DakotaSpring Wheat Variety Trial Results

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  • 2015 South DakotaSpring Wheat Variety Trial Results

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    Yield Test Wt Protein Yield Test Wt Protein Yield Test Wt ProteinAdvance 47 62.0 14.7 36 59.4 15.5 85 56.6 15.2LCS Albany 40 60.1 14.1 41 56.9 14.5 85 56.2 15.0Barlow 43 59.1 15.5 41 58.9 16.3 60 53.2 16.6Bolles 37 59.5 16.9 44 56.9 17.5 68 54.7 17.2LCS Breakaway 38 59.9 15.3 46 59.5 16.4 71 56.0 16.1Brick 40 60.4 15.4 43 60.2 16.0 77 56.8 16.3MS Chevelle 49 60.1 14.5 44 58.0 15.0 75 55.6 15.0WB-Digger 38 59.3 14.5 38 57.9 15.6 64 54.7 15.6Elgin-ND 40 58.9 15.9 42 57.4 16.3 62 54.0 16.8Faller 43 60.7 14.2 37 57.5 15.1 87 56.0 15.8Focus 38 61.8 15.9 45 59.6 16.1 77 57.6 16.5Forefront 40 60.1 16.0 40 59.5 16.9 75 56.2 16.2HRS 3361 33 59.3 14.2 42 56.4 15.8 62 55.4 15.6HRS 3378 41 59.1 14.6 43 58.3 15.3 67 55.0 15.1HRS 3419 48 60.4 13.9 44 56.7 14.7 58 56.0 15.2HRS 3504 48 59.9 14.2 45 57.4 15.7 76 55.5 15.4HRS 3530 39 61.0 15.1 44 56.9 16.3 85 56.3 16.8LCS Iguacu 39 60.7 13.9 45 58.2 14.0 55 54.8 14.4Linkert 45 60.1 17.1 45 58.5 17.4 64 56.0 16.6WB-Mayville 37 58.1 15.3 40 57.4 16.6 54 55.7 16.0Mott 35 60.3 14.8 40 57.2 15.7 82 57.5 15.9Norden 47 60.9 15.2 41 59.3 15.8 65 57.0 15.5Prevail 48 60.1 15.5 44 57.7 15.7 73 55.1 15.2Prosper 40 58.1 13.9 38 58.0 15.1 82 56.4 15.6RB07 45 61.2 15.7 46 57.7 16.1 80 55.9 15.7Rollag 46 59.3 16.4 37 59.1 17.0 71 56.5 16.3SY Rowyn 44 59.5 14.3 31 57.4 15.7 78 56.0 15.2Select 44 61.6 15.1 32 57.8 16.0 72 56.9 16.5MS Stingray 37 54.4 13.2 43 55.4 13.2 78 55.8 14.2LCS Trigger 63 61.4 13.4 52 58.5 13.9 96 57.5 13.8SY Valda 48 60.6 14.5 46 58.6 15.6 84 56.1 15.5WB9507 31 56.8 14.1 39 56.5 15.1 79 54.6 16.1WB9653 47 59.7 14.4 51 56.4 15.5 77 55.5 15.1WB9879CLP 28 59.7 14.0 21 54.2 15.1 47 55.4 16.005S0242-6 47 60.9 15.9 49 57.8 15.8 77 55.7 15.4SD 4299 45 59.7 15.6 44 58.4 16.2 63 56.3 16.1SD 4383 40 58.9 15.4 39 57.4 16.1 75 55.6 16.5Trial Average 41 59.8 15.0 42 58 15.7 71 55.8 15.7

    LSD(0.05) 4 2.0 0.4 8 0.9 0.5 6 1.2 0.3TPG value 58 60.0 16.7 44 59.3 17.0 90 56.4 16.9

    CV(%) 7.5 2.4 2.0 11.8 1.1 2.2 5.8 1.5 1.1

    Yield, test weight, or protein value required (LSD) to determine if varieties are statistically different than one another, minimum value required to be in the top performance group (TPG) of varieties (in boldface), Coefficient of Variation (C.V.) is a measure of the variability of the experimental error, 15% or less is acceptable.

    New entry in 2015, not previously tested.

    Table 1a. 2015 East River Spring Wheat Performance - Yield (13.5% M), Test Weight (harvest M), and Protein (12% M).

    Aberdeen Faulkton SelbyCrop Zone - 1

    Variety

  • 2015 South DakotaSpring Wheat Variety Trial Results

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    Yield Test Wt Protein Yield Test Wt Protein Yield Test Wt ProteinAdvance 61 59.9 13.9 57 59.0 15.0 53 63.3 14.1LCS Albany 55 58.9 13.0 62 58.5 14.0 53 63.0 12.2Barlow 54 58.4 15.4 54 58.4 16.1 49 63.2 15.3Bolles 57 58.5 15.8 54 57.7 17.1 50 60.6 15.4LCS Breakaway 64 59.8 14.7 57 58.2 15.9 48 62.3 14.5Brick 64 60.3 14.6 59 60.5 15.5 50 63.0 15.0MS Chevelle 64 58.5 14.0 63 57.5 14.5 59 62.2 13.2WB-Digger 53 57.7 14.5 50 56.5 15.1 54 61.7 14.5Elgin-ND 55 58.8 14.9 54 57.0 15.7 51 60.4 14.4Faller 53 55.9 14.2 61 58.0 14.9 57 62.7 12.9Focus 64 59.3 15.4 59 58.9 15.7 47 61.9 15.0Forefront 63 59.4 14.9 66 59.1 15.4 46 62.9 14.7HRS 3361 51 55.4 14.3 51 55.1 14.5 46 60.1 14.5HRS 3378 48 55.9 13.9 52 58.4 14.5 57 62.3 13.6HRS 3419 79 58.4 13.6 77 58.7 14.3 61 60.1 13.1HRS 3504 63 56.9 14.6 64 57.3 15.0 54 60.8 13.2HRS 3530 52 56.1 14.1 58 58.3 15.3 60 61.7 13.7LCS Iguacu 52 57.9 12.7 55 59.5 13.0 54 63.5 12.9Linkert 64 58.3 16.2 61 58.2 16.2 49 61.8 15.7WB-Mayville 57 56.8 15.0 51 57.2 15.7 41 61.1 15.6Mott 46 57.0 14.4 42 56.9 14.1 53 63.3 14.2Norden 66 60.9 14.9 60 58.6 15.3 51 62.7 14.3Prevail 71 59.5 14.5 69 59.2 14.9 56 62.4 14.3Prosper 52 55.9 13.8 54 57.2 14.8 59 61.6 13.1RB07 65 58.5 14.7 62 58.6 15.2 59 61.8 13.9Rollag 65 60.0 15.6 62 59.4 16.5 52 63.0 15.7SY Rowyn 62 59.8 14.1 65 59.4 15.2 57 62.5 13.6Select 60 59.2 14.5 58 59.9 15.3 51 64.2 14.5MS Stingray 40 52.2 12.7 40 53.1 13.6 53 61.0 12.3LCS Trigger 80 59.7 13.3 74 59.3 13.5 60 62.0 12.1SY Valda 68 58.0 14.5 71 57.9 15.2 64 61.4 13.4WB9507 26 54.6 13.8 34 55.3 14.3 56 60.5 12.7WB9653 60 57.2 14.5 65 57.7 15.0 51 61.2 13.9WB9879CLP 48 56.4 14.5 32 55.1 14.7 49 59.1 13.205S0242-6 65 58.3 14.6 68 58.8 15.4 60 61.5 13.9SD 4299 65 58.9 15.4 63 58.3 15.6 55 61.3 14.5SD 4383 65 58.9 14.8 61 58.9 15.7 54 62.9 14.3Trial Average 59 58.2 14.5 57 58.1 15.1 53 61.9 14.1

    LSD(0.05) 5 1.2 0.3 4 1.0 0.3 6 2.2 0.6TPG value 75 59.7 15.9 73 60.0 16.8 58 62 15.1

    CV(%) 5.8 1.4 1.7 5.4 1.3 1.3 8.0 2.7 2.8

    Variety

    New entry in 2015, not previously tested. Yield, test weight, or protein value required (LSD) to determine if varieties are statistically different than one another, minimum value required to be in the top performance group (TPG) of varieties (in boldface), Coefficient of Variation (C.V.) is a measure of the variability of the experimental error, 15% or less is acceptable.

    Table 1b. 2015 East and West River Spring Wheat Performance - Yield (13.5% M), Test Weight(harvest M), and Protein (12% M).

    South ShoreCrop Zone - 6

    Volga WallCrop Zone - 2

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    Yield TYG%* Test Wt Protein Revenue/acre Revenue RankLCS Trigger 71 100 59.8 13.3 $275.93 23SY Valda 63 100 58.8 14.8 $313.84 5HRS 3419 61 67 58.3 14.1 $274.61 2505S0242-6 61 83 58.8 15.1 $320.36 3Prevail 60 50 59.0 15.0 $307.43 12RB07 59 67 58.9 15.2 $312.33 7MS Chevelle 59 33 58.7 14.4 $275.17 24WB9653 58 50 58.0 14.7 $289.57 16HRS 3504 58 50 57.9 14.7 $289.55 17Advance 56 33 60.0 14.7 $279.57 21Faller 56 17 58.4 14.5 $271.06 26HRS 3530 56 17 58.3 15.1 $296.15 14SY Rowyn 56 33 59.1 14.6 $278.97 22LCS Albany 56 17 58.9 13.8 $235.08 33SD 4299 56 33 58.8 15.5 $310.21 8SD 4383 56 17 58.8 15.5 $309.90 10Rollag 56 17 59.6 16.2 $333.35 1Brick 55 0 60.2 15.4 $307.69 11Forefront 55 17 59.5 15.6 $314.13 4Focus 55 17 59.8 15.8 $313.72 6Norden 55 33 59.9 15.1 $287.37 19Linkert 55 17 58.8 16.5 $327.66 2Prosper 54 33 57.8 14.4 $252.54 30LCS Breakaway 54 17 59.3 15.4 $299.24 13Select 53 0 60.1 15.3 $285.33 20Bolles 52 0 58.0 16.6 $310.06 9HRS 3378 52 17 58.1 14.5 $247.42 31Elgin-ND 51 0 57.8 15.6 $288.49 18Barlow 50 0 58.5 15.8 $293.02 15LCS Iguacu 50 17 59.1 13.5 $202.13 35Mott 50 17 58.7 14.8 $253.77 28WB-Digger 50 0 57.9 14.9 $252.64 29MS Stingray 49 0 55.3 13.2 $182.14 36HRS 3361 48 0 57.0 14.8 $235.40 32WB-Mayville 47 0 57.7 15.7 $265.71 27WB9507 44 0 56.4 14.4 $206.45 34WB9879CLP 38 0 56.7 14.6 $181.09 37

    Trial Average 54 - 58.7 15 $277.81 -LSD(0.05) 11 - 1.2 0.4 - -TPG value 60 - 59.0 16.2 - -

    CV(%) 7.0 - 1.9 1.9 - -

    # Locations at Bison, Draper, and Miller were abandoned due to inclement weather. *TYG% is the percentage of time a variety yields in the top 20% of a location. Revenue is based on a cash price of $4.50/bu and a protein premium/discount schedule at harvest 2015.

    Statewide AverageVariety

    Crop Zones 1, 2, & 6#Table 2. 2015 Statewide Spring Wheat Performance, sorted by yield (13.5% M).

    New entry in 2015, not previously tested. Yield, test weight, or protein value required (LSD) to determine if varieties are statistically different than one another, minimum value required to be in the top performance group (TPG) of varieties (in boldface), Coefficient of Variation (C.V.) is a measure of the variability of the experimental error, 15% or less is acceptable.

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    Zone - 4Miller

    2 year 3 year 2 year 3 year 2 year 3 year 2 year 3 year 2 year 3 year 2 year* 2 year 3 yearFaller 61 62 52 52 87 88 63 65 67 68 68 65 67Prosper 60 62 52 53 86 87 61 63 62 64 72 63 66MS Stingray 60 61 57 56 84 85 57 65 57 60 74 62 66LCS A