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2019 MSU Extension Soybean Variety Demonstration Program

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Publication Number: P3491
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During the 2019 growing season, 25 on-farm soybean variety demonstration plots were successfully conducted. The following information is intended to complement data generated through small-plot OVT testing programs.

2019 Locations

County

Demonstration Type

Irrigation Method

Clay

MG IV RR2X (Clay Soil)

None

Clay

MG V RR2X

None

Hinds

MG V RR2X

None

Humphreys

MG IV RR2X (Clay Soil)

Furrow

Itawamba

MG IV LL/GTLL/E3

None

Lee

MG IV LL/GTLL/E3

None

Leflore

MG IV RR2X (Clay Soil)

Furrow

Leflore

MG IV RR2X (Clay Soil)

Furrow

*Leflore

MG IV RR2X (Mixed/Light Soil)

Furrow

Lowndes

MG V RR2X

None

Madison

MG V RR2X

None

Monroe

MG V RR2X

None

Noxubee

MG IV Early RR2X

None

Noxubee

MG IV RR2X (Clay Soil)

None

Noxubee

MG V RR2X

None

Noxubee

MG IV LL/GTLL/E3

None

Oktibbeha

MG IV Early RR2X

None

Oktibbeha

MG IV RR2X (Mixed/Light Soil)

None

Oktibbeha

MG V RR2X

None

Pontotoc

MG IV RR2X (Mixed/Light Soil)

None

Pontotoc

MG V RR2X

None

Rankin

MG IV RR2X (Mixed/Light Soil)

None

Sunflower

MG IV RR2X (Mixed/Light Soil)

Furrow

Tunica

MG IV RR2X (Clay Soil)

Furrow

Washington

MG IV RR2X (Clay Soil)

Furrow

*Location not harvested at this time. Data will be added appropriately if harvest is completed.

MSU Extension Participants

  • Program Coordinator: Dr. Trent Irby, Extension Soybean Specialist
  • Dr. Tom Allen
  • Ty Jones
  • Alanna Scholtes
  • Preston Aust
  • Kyle Lewis
  • Dr. Mark Shankle
  • Andy Braswell
  • Reid Nevins
  • Charlie Stokes
  • Alex Deason
  • Garrett Oswalt
  • Andy Taylor
  • Trevor Garrett
  • Dr. Dennis Reginelli

Mississippi State University Extension wishes to express special thanks to the many producers who cooperated with this year’s on-farm soybean variety demonstration program as well as to the Mississippi Soybean Promotion Board for its continued support of these efforts. In addition, the seed companies and their representatives are sincerely appreciated for their support of this program. The relationships among participating individuals are critical for the continued success of this program.

Assistance in the conduct of this program provided by: Lou Adams, Logan Duckworth, Michael Quin, Kyle Sorrels, and Ben Williams.

2019 Location Details

County

Plot type

Planting date

Seeding rate

Plot width

Row spacing

Tillage system

Soil series

Irrigation method

Harvest date

Clay

MG IV RR2X (Clay)

20-May

118,000

13 rows

15”

Conv.

Griffith silty clay

None

3-Oct

Clay

MG V RR2X

20-May

118,000

13 rows

15”

Conv.

Griffith silty clay

None

3-Oct

Hinds

MG V RR2X

31-May

120,000

6 rows

30”

Min. Till.

Reidtown silt loam

None

9-Oct

Humphreys

MG IV RR2X (Clay)

4-Jun

140,000

32 twin rows

38”

Conv.

Alligator-Dowling clay

Furrow

10-Oct

Itawamba

MG IV LL/GTLL/E3

14-Jun

110,000

16 rows

38”

Conv.

Mantachie loam

None

15-Nov

Lee

MG IV LL/GTLL/E3

17-May

119,000

8 rows

38”

Conv.

Marietta loam

None

30-Sep

Leflore

MG IV RR2X (Clay)

1-May

115,000

16 rows

38”

Conv.

Alligator clay

Furrow

16-Sep

Leflore

MG IV RR2X (Clay)

13-Jun

150,000

6 rows

38”

Conv.

Alligator clay

Furrow

5-Nov

Leflore

MG IV RR2X (Mixed/Light)

13-Jun

110,000

8 rows

38”

Conv.

Dubbs loam

Furrow

Lowndes

MG V RR2X

22-May

110,000

12 rows

30”

Conv.

Brooksville silty clay

None

1-Oct

Madison

MG V RR2X

22-May

120,000

6 rows

30”

Min. Till.

Oaklimeter silt loam

None

2-Oct

Monroe

MG V RR2X

13-Jun

115,000

6 rows

30”

Conv.

Prentiss fine sandy loam

None

11-Nov

Noxubee

MG IV Early RR2X

8-May

130,000

4 rows

38”

Conv.

Brooksville silty clay

None

23-Sep

Noxubee

MG IV RR2X (Clay)

8-May

130,000

4 rows

38”

Conv.

Brooksville silty clay

None

23-Sep

Noxubee

MG V RR2X

8-May

130,000

4 rows

38”

Conv.

Brooksville silty clay

None

23-Sep

Noxubee

MG IV LL/GTLL/E3

17-May

130,000

4 rows

38”

Conv.

Okolona silty clay

None

24-Sep

Oktibbeha

MG IV Early RR2X

2-May

130,000

2 rows

38”

Conv.

Leeper silty clay loam

None

30-Sep

Oktibbeha

MG IV RR2X (Mixed/Light)

2-May

130,000

2 rows

38”

Conv.

Leeper silty clay loam

None

30-Sep

Oktibbeha

MG V RR2X

2-May

130,000

2 rows

38”

Conv.

Leeper silty clay loam

None

30-Sep

Pontotoc

MG IV RR2X (Mixed/Light)

11-Jun

128,000

4 rows

30”

No-Till

Providence silt loam

None

1-Oct

Pontotoc

MG V RR2X

11-Jun

128,000

4 rows

30”

No-Till

Providence silt loam

None

1-Oct

Rankin

MG IV RR2X (Mixed/Light)

7-May

133,000

10 rows

30”

Min. Till.

Pelahatchie silt loam

None

26-Sep

Sunflower

MG IV RR2X (Mixed/Light)

29-Apr

132,500

6 rows

38”

Conv.

Dundee silt loam

Furrow

19-Sep

Tunica

MG IV RR2X (Clay)

14-Jun

145,000

8 rows

30”

Conv.

Sharkey clay

Furrow

14-Nov

Washington

MG IV RR2X (Clay)

31-May

140,000

8 rows

40”

Conv.

Sharkey clay

Furrow

3-Oct

Soybean Variety Characteristics

Maturity Group IV Early Roundup Ready 2 Xtend Set

Brand

Variety

Relative maturity

Herbicide

package1

Growth habit2

Canopy width3

Plant height4

Plant color5

Armor

44-D92

4.4

RR2X/STS

I

M

M

LT

Asgrow

AG43X8

4.3

RR2X

I

MB

MT

LT

Dyna-Gro

S43XS70

4.3

RR2X/STS

I

MB

MT

LT

Local Seed

LS4299XS

4.3

RR2X

I

MB

MT

LT

NK

S44-C7X

4.4

RR2X

I

M

MT

G

Pioneer

P44A72BX

4.4

RR2X/STS

I

M

M

T

Progeny

P 4444 RXS

4.4

RR2X/STS

I

MB

M

LT

1RR2X = Roundup Ready 2 Xtend; STS = sulfonylurea tolerant soybean

2I = indeterminate; D = determinate

3T = thin; M = medium; MB = medium-bushy; B = bushy

4S = short; M = medium; MT = medium-tall; T = tall

5G = gray; LT = light tawny; T = tawny

Maturity Group IV Roundup Ready 2 Xtend Set (includes both Mixed/Light and Clay soil specific varieties)

Brand

Variety

Relative maturity

Herbicide

package1

Growth habit2

Canopy width3

Plant height4

Plant color5

Armor

48-D25

4.8

RR2X

I

M

M

LT

Armor

49-D66

4.9

RR2X

I

M

T

G

Armor

49-D67

4.9

RR2X

I

M

T

LT

Asgrow

AG45X8

4.5

RR2X/SR

I

MB

MT

LT

Asgrow

AG46X6

4.6

RR2X

I

MB

MT

T

Asgrow

AG48X9

4.8

RR2X/SR

I

MB

MT

LT

Credenz

CZ 4869 RR2X

4.8

RR2X

I

MB

MT

LT

Credenz

CZ 4979 RR2X

4.9

RR2X

I

MB

MT

G

Delta Grow

DG 46X25 RR2X

4.6

RR2X

I

B

MT

T

Delta Grow

DG 48X45 RR2X

4.8

RR2X

I

B

MT

LT

Dyna-Gro

S45XS37

4.5

RR2X/STS

I

M

MT

T

Dyna-Gro

S45XS66

4.5

RR2X/STS

I

B

MT

LT

Dyna-Gro

S48XT56

4.8

RR2X

I

M

M

LT

Local Seed

LS4583X

4.5

RR2X

I

B

M

LT

Local Seed

LS4798X

4.7

RR2X

I

MB

T

LT

NK

S47-Y9X

4.7

RR2X

I

MB

MT

LT

NK

S49-F5X

4.9

RR2X

I

B

MT

LT

Pioneer

P48A60X

4.8

RR2X

I

MB

M

LT

Progeny

P 4620 RXS

4.6

RR2X/STS

I

MB

M

T

Progeny

P 4816 RX

4.8

RR2X

I

MB

MT

LT

Progeny

P 4851 RX

4.8

RR2X

I

B

T

LT

Progeny

P 4821 RX

4.8

RR2X

I

B

M

LT

Stratton (AGS)

AGS GS48X19

4.8

RR2X

I

M

T

LT

Stratton (AGS)

AGS GS49X19

4.9

RR2X

I

MB

MT

LT

Terral

REV 4927X

4.9

RR2X

I

B

MT

LT

Terral

REV 4940X

4.9

RR2X

I

MB

MT

LT

1RR2X = Roundup Ready 2 Xtend; SR/STS = sulfonylurea tolerant soybean

2I = indeterminate; D = determinate

3T = thin; M = medium; MB = medium-bushy; B = bushy

4S = short; M = medium; MT = medium-tall; T = tall

5G = gray; LT = light tawny; T = tawny

Maturity Group V Roundup Ready 2 Xtend Set

Brand

Variety

Relative

maturity

Herbicide

package1

Growth habit2

Canopy width3

Plant height4

Plant color5

Armor

51-D77

5.1

RR2X

I

B

T

G

Armor

52-D71

5.2

RR2X

I

B

MT

LT

Asgrow

AG52X9

5.2

RR2X/SR

I

MB

T

LT

Asgrow

AG53X9

5.3

RR2X

I

MB

MT

G

Credenz

CZ 5299X

5.2

RR2X

I

MB

MT

G

Delta Grow

DG 54X25

5.4

RR2X

D

MT

B

T

Dyna-Gro

S56XT99

5.6

RR2X

D

MB

T

T

Local Seed

LS5087X

5.0

RR2X

I

MB

MT

LT

NK

S53-F7X

5.3

RR2X

I

MB

MT

G

Pioneer

P54A54X

5.4

RR2X

D

MB

M

G

Pioneer

P55A49X

5.5

RR2X

D

MB

S

G

Progeny

P 5252 RX

5.2

RR2X

I

B

T

G

Progeny

P 5688 RX

5.6

RR2X

D

MB

M

T

Stratton (AGS)

AGS GS52X19S

5.2

RR2X/STS

I

MB

MT

T

Terral

REV 5659X

5.6

RR2X

D

MB

M

T

1RR2X = Roundup Ready 2 Xtend; SR/STS = sulfonylurea tolerant soybean

2I = indeterminate; D = determinate

3T = thin; M = medium; MB = medium-bushy; B = bushy

4S = short; M = medium; MT = medium-tall; T = tall

5G = gray; LT = light tawny; T = tawny

Maturity Group IV LibertyLink, GTLL, Enlist E3 Set

Brand

Variety

Relative

maturity

Herbicide

package1

Growth habit2

Canopy width3

Plant height4

Plant color5

Credenz

CZ 4539GTLL

4.5

LLGT27

I

B

MT

LT

Delta Grow

DG4977

4.9

LL/STS

I

MB

MT

G

Stratton (GoSoy)

GoSoy 44GL18

4.4

LLGT27

I

MB

MT

LT

Stratton (GoSoy)

GoSoy 481E19

4.8

E3

I

MB

MT

LT

1RR2X = Roundup Ready 2 Xtend; STS = sulfonylurea tolerant soybean

2I = indeterminate; D = determinate

3T = thin; M = medium; MB = medium-bushy; B = bushy

4S = short; M = medium; MT = medium-tall; T = tall

5G = gray; LT = light tawny; T = tawny

Maturity Group IV (Mixed/Light Soil) Roundup Ready 2 Xtend Varieties Summarized across Non-irrigated Locations

Total number of locations: 3

Planting date range: 2-May-19 to 11-June-19

Brand

Variety

Avg. plant height

Avg. lodging score1

Avg. shattering score1

Avg. green stem score1

Avg. seed moisture

Average yield2

   

Inches

0 to 10

0 to 10

0 to 10

%

bu/acre

AGS

AGS GS48X19

32

2

0

0

10.2

38.4

Asgrow

AG46X6

34

2

0

1

10.9

37.9

Dyna-Gro

S45XS37

32

1

0

1

10.7

37.4

NK

S47-Y9X

32

2

0

1

10.8

36.1

Armor

48-D25

34

2

0

1

11.0

35.9

Pioneer

P48A60X

31

1

0

1

10.2

35.9

Progeny

P 4620 RXS

33

2

0

0

10.5

35.6

Delta Grow

DG 46X25 RR2X

31

1

0

1

10.0

35.3

Dyna-Gro

S48XT56

29

1

0

2

11.1

35.2

Local Seed

LS4583X

31

1

0

1

10.3

34.3

Asgrow

AG45X8

28

1

0

1

11.6

34.2

Progeny

P 4816 RX

31

2

0

2

10.2

33.9

Asgrow

AG48X9

29

1

0

1

11.0

33.6

Terral

REV 4940X

29

1

0

1

10.4

30.2

Credenz

CZ 4869X

31

1

0

0

11.3

29.0

Average across all irrigated locations:

10.7

34.9

1Scores rated on scale of 0–10 with 0 being excellent and 10 being poor at harvest.

2Soybean yield adjusted to standard moisture content of 13.0%.

Maturity Group IV (Clay Soil) Roundup Ready 2 Xtend Varieties Summarized across Irrigated Locations

Total number of locations: 5

Planting date range: 1-May-19 to 14-June-19

Brand

Variety

Avg. plant height

Avg. lodging score1

Avg. shattering score1

Avg. green stem score1

Avg. seed moisture

Average yield2

   

Inches

0 to 10

0 to 10

0 to 10

%

bu/acre

Progeny

P 4851 RX

27

2

0

1

11.0

52.8

Armor

49-D67

29

1

0

2

11.9

52.5

Local Seed

LS4798X

29

2

0

2

11.6

52.2

Armor

49-D66

30

2

0

1

11.7

52.1

Credenz

CZ 4979X

31

2

0

3

11.7

51.6

NK

S49-F5X

30

1

0

2

11.1

51.0

Asgrow

AG46X6

29

2

0

1

12.2

49.4

Progeny

P 4821 RX

30

2

0

2

10.9

49.4

AGS

AGS GS49X19

28

1

0

1

12.1

48.9

Dyna-Gro

S45XS66

30

2

0

2

11.6

48.5

Terral

REV 4940X

27

2

0

1

10.7

48.0

Asgrow

AG48X9

26

1

0

3

12.4

47.0

Delta Grow

DG 48X45 RR2X

29

3

0

2

11.8

46.8

Terral

REV 4927X

31

2

0

1

11.2

46.6

Asgrow

AG45X8

32

3

0

3

11.9

45.7

Average across all irrigated locations:

11.6

49.5

1Scores rated on scale of 0–10 with 0 being excellent and 10 being poor at harvest.

2Soybean yield adjusted to standard moisture content of 13.0%.

Maturity Group V Roundup Ready 2 Xtend Varieties Summarized across Non-irrigated Locations

Total number of locations: 8

Planting date range: 2-May-19 to 13-June-19

Brand

Variety

Avg. plant height

Avg. lodging score1

Avg. shattering score1

Avg. green stem score1

Avg. seed moisture

Average yield2

   

Inches

0 to 10

0 to 10

0 to 10

%

bu/acre

Pioneer

P55A49X

27

1

0

0

11.0

46.7

Delta Grow

DG 54X25 RR2X

31

2

0

1

11.1

46.4

Armor

52-D71

39

2

1

1

11.2

46.3

Pioneer

P54A54X

31

2

0

1

10.8

46.2

Asgrow

AG53X9

35

3

1

1

10.8

45.7

Armor

51-D77

40

4

0

2

11.3

45.4

Dyna-Gro

S56XT99

30

2

0

1

11.1

43.7

Progeny

P 5688X

32

2

0

2

11.0

43.2

Terral

REV 5659X

34

2

0

1

11.3

43.1

Progeny

P 5252 RX

38

3

0

1

11.0

42.6

AGS

AGS GS52X19S

38

3

1

1

11.4

41.9

Local Seed

LS5087X

38

4

0

1

9.7

41.8

Asgrow

AG52X9

39

2

1

1

10.7

41.6

Credenz

CZ 5299X

33

3

0

1

9.4

40.5

NK

S53-F7Z

32

2

0

1

9.2

38.5

Average across all irr. locations:

10.7

43.6

1Scores rated on scale of 0–10 with 0 being excellent and 10 being poor at harvest.

2Soybean yield adjusted to standard moisture content of 13.0%.

Maturity Group V LibertyLink, GT Liberty Link, and Enlist E3 Varieties Summarized across Non-irrigated Locations

Total number of locations: 3

Planting date range: 17-May-19 to 14-June-19

Brand

Variety

Avg. plant height

Avg. lodging score1

Avg. shattering score1

Avg. green stem score1

Avg. seed moisture

Average yield2

   

Inches

0 to 10

0 to 10

0 to 10

%

bu/acre

Go Soy

Go Soy 44GL18

41

2

0

1

11.7

57.7

Credenz

CZ 4539GTLL

38

3

0

1

11.8

51.8

Go Soy

Go Soy 481E19

44

4

0

2

12.8

46.3

Delta Grow

DG 4977 LL

38

2

0

1

11.3

45.5

Average across all irrigated locations:

11.9

50.3

1Scores rated on scale of 0–10 with 0 being excellent and 10 being poor at harvest.

2Soybean yield adjusted to standard moisture content of 13.0%.

The information given here is for educational purposes only. References to commercial products, trade names, or suppliers are made with the understanding that no endorsement is implied and that no discrimination against other products or suppliers is intended.


Publication 3491 (POD-07-20)

By Trent Irby, PhD, Associate Extension Professor, Plant and Soil Sciences; Alanna Scholtes, Extension Associate, Plant and Soil Sciences; Garrett Oswalt, Extension Associate, Plant and Soil Sciences; and Tom Allen, PhD, Extension/Research Professor, Delta Research and Extension Center.

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