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New Mexico corn and sorghum performance test, 1992

New Mexico corn and sorghum performance test, 1992

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Published by Agricultural Experiment Station, Cooperative Extension Service, College of Agriculture and Home Economics, New Mexico State University in Las Cruces, N.M .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Corn -- New Mexico -- Field experiments.,
  • Sorghum -- New Mexico -- Field experiments.

  • Edition Notes

    Statement[N.B. Christensen ... [et al.]]
    SeriesTechnical report / Agricultural Experiment Station -- 14., Technical report (New Mexico State University. Agricultural Experiment Station) -- 14.
    ContributionsChristensen, N. B., New Mexico State University. Agricultural Experiment Station.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination34 p. ;
    Number of Pages34
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15550325M

    DIGESTIBLE ENERGY CONTENT OF CORN- VS SORGHUM-BASED DRIED. DISTILLERS GRAINS WITH SOLUBLES AND THEIR EFFECTS ON GROWTH. PERFORMANCE AND CARCASS CHARACTERISTICS IN FINISHING PIGS. C. Feoli, J. D. Hancock, C. Monge, T. L. Gugle, S. D. Carter. 1, and N. A. Cole. 2. Summary. Two experiments were conducted to de Cited by: The purpose of the Oklahoma Sorghum Commission is to develop, carry out and participate in programs of research in grain sorghum production, disease and insect control.. The Commission is also dedicated to development and participation in programs of education and promotion designed to encourage the production, marketing and use of the commodity.

    Sorghum culture probably began in eastern Africa – years ago and spread to all of Africa, Europe, Asia and eventually the United States in the mid-nineteenth century. 6 The sorghum plant resembles the corn plant, but the grains, about the size and shape of No. 5 shot, are borne on a terminal, bisexual rachis (head). 7 Some sorghum Cited by: Table 2. Results from Altus grain sorghum performance trial, Company Brand Name Entry Designation Grain Yield bu/ac Test weight Lb/bu Plant Population plants/ac Head Population heads/ac Early DEKALB DKS 43, Asgrow Seed Pulsar 44, NC+ Hybrids 5B89 46, File Size: KB.

    Irrigation water quality: critical salt levels for peanuts, cotton, corn and grain sorghum. L Texas Cooperative Extension. College Station. Silage sorghum performance trial at. MX Low Prices Help Drive Down Mexico Corn Production, While Sorghum, Rice and Dry Bean Production Up Page 2 Corn Production: Post’s total production estimate for MY /14 (October-September) has been revised downward from USDA Official estimate to MMT, due to more complete data from the Secretariat of Agriculture.


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Variety Trials. The Agricultural Science Center at Clovis conducts several variety trials each year to provide performance information to local producers and seed industries for proper variety selection of the various crop grown in eastern New Mexico.

grain sorghum performance tests contained 30 entries and were conducted at the NEREC, the LMCRS, the RRS, and the RREC. Test location maps for grain sorghum and corn can be found on page 48 and inside the back cover, respectively.

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To include sorghum in a book on "lost" crops, on the face of it, seems like a gross mistake. After all, the plant is Africa's contribution to the world's top crops. 1 Indeed, it belongs to the elite handful of plants that collectively provide more than 85 percent of all human energy.

Globally, it produces approximately 70 million metric tons of grain from about 50 million hectares of land. soil test results, but 30 to 60 lb P/ac is usually adequate to produce hay or grain.

Potassium in most New Mexico and West Texas soils is adequate to meet the demands of millet crops. A soil test is recommended to evaluate the entire nutritional needs of the crop, including micronu-trients. Millets perform better and are less susceptible to.

Impact of New Mexico Agriculture and Food Processing Industries * Agriculture and food processing industries account for: $ billion in total output. $ billion in direct sales; $ billion in value-added processing/distribution, marketing, financing, supporting services; % of New Mexico's gross state product (GSP).

On April 3,Mexico published four notices announcing incentive programs intended to address an oversupply of corn in certain parts of the country, as well as some storage problems, damaged infrastructure due to the earthquakes in Septemberand a.

Contact Info. Oklahoma Panhandle Research and Extension Center Rt 1, Box 86 M Goodwell, OK, Phone: () FAX () @ Arkansas Corn and Grain Sorghum Performance Tests 5 CORN PERFORMANCE MEASUREMENTS Yield: Yields were calculated from the weight of shelled corn har-vested from each plot and are expressed as bushels per acre (bu/A) at % moisture.

Grain Moisture: Expressed as a percent moisture of shelled grain at harvest. Nebraska corn book, including a brief treatment of the principal corn plants, potatoes and sugar beets, with something about domestic science, manual work, and announcements concerning the Corn contest convention, (Lincoln, For the Nebraska boys and girls' associations, the University publishing co., ), by Edward C.

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CORN PERFORMANCE TESTS IN TEXAS. Dennis Pietsch, Jurg Blumenthal, Steve Labar, and Seth Murray. INTRODUCTION. Inaccording to preliminary figures compiled by the Texas Agricultural Statistics Service (TASS), November (1), Texas farmers harvested million acres of corn compared to million acres inor a % increase.

MAIZE. Growth & Development. This book describes the. growth and development of the maize plant from Corn Research Manager, Pioneer Hi-Bred Australia Rob McCarron, Corn and Sunflower –93 –94 –95 ––97 –––00 –01 ––03 ––05 –06 – 2 0 1 3 Corn Performance Tests in Texas Department of Soil and Crop Sciences SCS The Texas A&M University System Ronnie Schnell - State Sorghum Cropping Systems Specialist Dennis Pietsch - Director, Crop Testing Katrina Horn - Agricultural Research Assistant Jonathan Moreno - Agricultural Research Assistant Seth Murray - Assistant Professor of.

New Mexico Sorghum Association Meeting Jan. 20 The New Mexico Sorghum Association will host its annual meeting Tuesday, Jan. 20,at p.m. National Sorghum Producers' Chris Cogburn and Tim.Imports of Grain Sorghum in Mexico increased to USD THO in January from USD THO in December of Imports of Grain Sorghum in Mexico averaged USD THO from untilreaching an all time high of USD THO in January of and a record low of USD THO in August of This page includes a chart with historical data .Maize (/ m eɪ z / MAYZ; Zea mays subsp.

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