2014 Small Grain Performance Trials

Josh Lofton, Levy, Ronnie

Wheat Field

Small grain variety trials are conducted annually by scientists of the Louisiana Agricultural Experiment Station (LAES) to evaluate grain yield, agronomic performance, and disease reaction of varieties and advanced lines. The trials are conducted at seven LAES research stations representative of the major soil and climate regions of the state. Entries are included in the trials based upon previous performance or at the request of the originating agency. Inclusion of an entry in the trials does not constitute an endorsement by the LAES.

LAES Research Summary #202 (51 pages) (pdf)

Complete summary of winter wheat and oat research trails from research stations around the state. Variety trials in this publication incorporate both commercially available varieties and experimental lines. Detailed synopsis of measured variables are given within the publication.

Small Grain Variety Yields and Production Practices (13 pages) (pdf)

Brief summary of official variety trials and on-farm variety demonstrations from around the state. Variety trials in this publication contain only commercially available varieties. An outline of current recommended production practices is also detailed within this publication.

If you are only interested in results from specific areas, use the links below to view only that part of the report.

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