Cultivar evaluation for control of common smut in sweet corn and high plains virus in the Columbia Basin of Oregon and Washington: Report to the Agricultural Research Foundation for the Oregon Processed Vegetable Commission, 2005 Public Deposited

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  • Planting date/cultivar evaluation: Thirty-six sweet corn cultivars were evaluated for resistance to natural infection by common smut (Table 1). Plots were seeded to 30,800 plants/acre on May 16 and Jun 23 on the Hermiston Agricultural Research and Extension Center on Adkins fine sandy loam (pH 6.7, 0.9% organic matter). The four 30 ft rows/plot were spaced 30 inches apart. The experimental design was a randomized complete block, with four replications. Normal commercial production practices were followed. At ear maturity, plant stand was recorded, and the number and location (at base, between base and ear, on ear, between ear and tassel, on tassel) of smut galls were noted for each plant. Some plants had more than one infection location. Data were analyzed with the SAS GLM procedure following arcsine transformation. Duncans multiple range test was used for mean separation.
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