Clemson Agronomy
 

The small grain variety tests are conducted annually at Clemson, Florence, and Blackville in South Carolina. The evaluations are conducted to determine the value and adaptability of commercially available and experimental small grain varieties for planting in the state. Continued testing and evaluation are essential to provide farmers, seedsmen, and other agricultural workers with reliable information to assist in selection of varieties best adapted to their locality and individual requirements. This publication contains current and multiple year data for several standard varieties and some newer promising varieties and strains. Information is provided for yield, test weight, plant height, and heading date of the barley, oat, triticale, and wheat varieties tested.

 

UPDATED FOR 2013 HARVEST

 

SMALL GRAIN VARIETY PERFORMANCE

Barley

Clemson  - 3-,2-,& 1-Year Data

Blackville- 3-,2-,& 1-Year Data

Oat

Clemson- 3-,2-,& 1-Year Data

Blackville- 3-,2-,& 1-Year Data

Wheat

Clemson - 3-,2-,&1-Year Data

Blackville - 3-,2-,&1-Year Data

 


Questions about the Variety Test Program at Clemson University should be addressed to:
Christopher Ray, Ph. D
1162 Old Cherry Road
Clemson, SC  29634
(O) 864-656-2520
(C) 864-506-5383

Comments and suggestions for this page should be addressed to:
Dewey Barefield
Voice: (864) 710-5142
Fax:: (864) 656-7108
 


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