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Union Experimental Wheat 2020

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Company Variety Yield (bu/A) Test Weight (lb/bu) Height (in) Lodging (%)
PROGENY PROGENY PGX18-8 113.4 57.3 30.1 0
Dyna-Gro Seed WX20737 112.4 58.7 33.3 0
PROGENY PROGENY PGX18-11 110.9 57.5 31.0 0
AgriMAXX AgriMAXX EXP 2002 107.8 58.3 31.7 0
VCIA VA16W-202 106.6 56.9 29.0 0
PROGENY PROGENY PGX18-7 105.7 58.6 32.2 0
PROGENY PROGENY PGX19-10 105.2 56.1 28.9 0
Texas A&M TX15D9579 104.6 58.2 33.5 0
University of Georgia GA10407-17E8 104.4 59.8 31.7 0
Harvey’s AP 1987 104.0 56.5 31.8 0
VCIA 13VTK429-3 103.8 58.5 31.1 0
KWS Cereals KWS263 102.7 57.9 31.2 0
University of Arkansas AR06146E-1-4 102.4 58.2 37.0 0
Local Seed LWX20A 102.4 56.5 33.3 0
Texas A&M TX15D9597 102.1 57.8 32.4 1
PROGENY PROGENY PGX19-11 101.7 56.2 33.8 0
NCSU NC12753-139 101.5 59.1 32.6 0
University of Arkansas AR09137UC-17-2 100.9 57.1 33.3 0
PROGENY PROGENY PGX18-9 100.7 55.8 32.3 0
PROGENY PROGENY PGX19-5 100.4 55.1 34.3 0
University of Georgia GA11656-17E11 100.4 59.1 34.2 0
Dyna-Gro Seed WX20731 99.2 55.9 31.9 0
NCSU NC16-21185 98.5 58.7 34.7 0
AgriMAXX AgriMAXX EXP 2003 98.0 55.7 31.3 6
Local Seed LW2046 97.7 57.4 33.2 9
PROGENY PROGENY PGX19-12 97.6 56.7 32.6 6
University of Georgia GA10268-17LE16 97.5 58.3 35.5 50
PROGENY PROGENY PGX19-3 97.1 57.5 34.1 10
Dyna-Gro Seed WX19713 97.1 58.7 32.4 0
NCSU NC11331-38 96.5 57.8 33.8 3
KWS Cereals KWS246 96.3 56.6 29.4 0
NCSU NC11546-14 96.3 58.8 32.1 0
Texas A&M TX15D9253 95.3 55.7 30.4 0
PROGENY PROGENY PGX19-15 95.3 57.7 31.3 1
NCSU NC11363-25 95.1 59.3 33.7 0
PROGENY PROGENY PGX19-17 95.0 58.1 25.7 0
NCSU NC12093-146 94.2 58.3 95.1 0
NCSU NC14-20369 93.1 58.2 37.4 50
NCSU NC15-21970 92.4 58.8 34.8 6
PROGENY PROGENY PGX18-2 92.1 58.5 29.5 0
Clemson University SCTX  98-27A1 91.2 57.5 29.9 5
NCSU NC15-21834 90.2 58.6 37.0 56
NCSU NC12164-22T 89.9 59.3 33.0 20
NCSU NC15-21835 87.8 58.1 37.6 33
NCSU NC12164-192T 80.8 59.3 31.5 38
USG USG 3451 80.2 56.2 32.4 0
Mean 98.7 57.7 33.9 6.4
CV 9.6
LSD (p=0.10) 11.1
DF 134
SEM 4.7
Bolded varieties are not statistically different from the highest yielding variety