2 edition of Origins and pedigrees of public soybean varieties in the United States and Canada found in the catalog.
Origins and pedigrees of public soybean varieties in the United States and Canada
by U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Agricultural Research Service in [Washington, D.C.?]
Written in English
|Statement||[Bernard, Richard L. ... [et al.]].|
|Series||Technical bulletin -- no. 1746., Technical bulletin (United States. Dept. of Agriculture) -- no. 1746.|
|Contributions||Bernard, Richard L., United States. Agricultural Research Service.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||68|
The variety Lambert is being named in honor of the late J.W. Lambert, a pioneer soybean breeder at the University of Minnesota. Parker has outstanding yield for its maturity. It is one to two days later than Sibley and four to five days earlier than Sturdy. The pedigree of File Size: 18KB. origin, religion, age, disability, marital or veteran status, genetic information, or any other legally protected status, and is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer. Cross Reference Guide for Common Soybean Varieties – Important: Two varieties that are genetically the same may not perform the same side by side in the field.
II-1 Partial Pedigree for Soybean Variety Conquista 32 III-1 Breeding History of CV Soybean 34 IX-1 Map Showing Regions in the Continental United States and Southern Canada where Various Soybean Maturity Groups (MG) Are Adapted for Full-Season Growth This book, Weeds of the Midwestern United States and Canada is great and incredibly useful in many agricultural fields, including agronomy, farming, ranching, and horticulture. It includes over weeds species. I am a 3rd year agronomy student and I have always needed a book like this and now I have found one/5(26).
The soybean is a crop of global importance and is one of most frequently cultivated crops worldwide. It is rich in oil and protein, used for human and animal consumption as well as for industrial purposes. Soybean plants also play an important role in crop diversification and benefit the growth of other crops, adding nitrogen. Origin & Breeding History: 'P09T74R2' (experimental designation PH) is the result of the cross between 'MKA1-D0YN' and 'RMB3-D0YN' conducted in the summer of near Redwood Falls, Minnesota, USA. The modified single seed descent method and pedigree method were used to develop the variety.
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Varieties in commercial use before the mid's were mostly introductions, and this report includes for each the geographic place of origin, the person or institution that provided the seeds, the foreign variety name (if any), as well as information about when it was released and who released it in the United States or Canada.
Modern varieties have been developed by. "Previous to the numerous introductions by the United States Department of Agriculture beginning innot more than eight varieties of soy beans were grown in the United States, namely, Ito San, Mammoth, and Butterball, with yellow seeds; Buckshot and Kingston, with black seeds; Guelph or Medium Green, with green seeds; and Eda and Ogemaw, with brown seeds.".
Get this from a library. Origins and pedigrees of public soybean varieties in the United States and Canada. [Richard L Bernard; United States. Agricultural Research Service.;]. ORIGINS AND PEDIGREES OF PUBLIC SOYBEAN VARIETIES IN THE UNITED STATES AND CANADA Bernard, Richard L., Gail A, Juvik, Edgar E.
Hartwig, and Galton J. Edwards, Jr. Soybean varieties (cultivars) of the United States mayand Canada are preserved in the USDA Soybean Germplasm Collection, with early maturing ones at Urbana, Illinois (Group IVFile Size: 1MB. Pedigrees of soybean cultivars released in the United States and Canada (INTSOY series) [Theodore Hymowitz] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying : Theodore Hymowitz.
Soybean Meal Soybean Production Soybean Cyst Nematode Soybean Breeding Vegetable Soybean. These keywords were added by machine and not by the authors. This process is experimental and the keywords may be updated as the learning algorithm by: Irrigation and soil reclamation are not economically viable options for soybean production under drought and salinity.
Hence, genetic improvement for drought and salt tolerance are cost effective. Conventional breeding has made a significant contribution to soybean improvement in the last 50 by: The domesticated soybean has its origin from Glycine soja, a wild soybean species found mainly in northern China, Japan, Korea, and the eastern part of Russia .
Among the soybean producing nations, United States of America has the biggest production share with about 38% world soybean production, followed by Brazil (27%), Ar gentina (15%), China (7%) and. Soybean plants were domesticated between 17th and 11th century BC in the eastern half of China where they were cultivated into a food crop.
From about the first century AC to the Age of Discovery (th century), soybeans were introduced into several countries such as Japan, Indonesia, the Philippines, Vietnam, Thailand, Malaysia, Burma, Nepal and India.
world crop, grown largely in the United States, Brazil, Argentina, China, and India for its edible protein and D.A.
Sleper and J.G. Shannon Department of Agronomy, University of Missouri-Columbia Modern biotechnology has and will continue to play a valuable role in public and private soybean breeding programs. Tools. 1 - 1 Chapter One: The Soybean, It’s History, and It’s Opportunities.
Miracle Crop Soybeans are often called the “miracle crop.” They are the world’s foremost pro- vider of vegetable protein and oil. The bushy, green soybean plant is a legume related to peas, groundnuts (peanuts) and Size: KB. The domesticated soybean can hence be classified into five groups: (i) northern United States ancestral cultivars which includes genotypes that formed the germplasm base of present cultivars grown in the northern United States and Canada, (ii) northern U.S.
cultivars formed from the northern U.S. ancestral cultivars through a number of breeding. Additions: Rigel was added to the list this year. Deletions: No varieties were removed from the list this year. Observation: No varieties are under observation.
Please Note: Subsection 26(1) of the Industrial Hemp Regulations requires all seed planted for the production of industrial hemp in Canada to be of pedigreed status (Certified or higher class), other than seed used for plant.
If specific pages of a book are cited (rather than an entire chap- Guidelines for References For more information, please consult the ASAPublications Handbook and Style Manual() Origins and pedigrees of public soybean varieties in the United States and Canada.
USDA Tech. Bull. Fehr, W.R., and C.E. Caviness. Soybean (Glycine max) is a herbaceous annual belonging to the legume family, grown as an oilseed crop in Canada. Soybean (Glycine max) is a herbaceous annual belonging to the legume family, grown as an oilseed crop in soybean, among the oldest of cultivated crops, probably originated in East Asia.
Soybean 27 I llinois is first or second among states in soybean production in the United States, with between 8 and 10 million acres a year over the past decade. Average yields for Illinois during this period are shown in Figureon page While yields are high in Illinois compared toFile Size: KB.
Varieties chosen for production should mature about two weeks before the average date of the first killing frost, which ranges from approximately October 10 in northern Indiana to October 25 in southern Indiana. Statewide Weather and Harvest Summary. Soybean planting in Indiana in began earlier than usual.
The soybean breeding program is dedicated to developing both herbicide resistance and conventional soybean varieties that range in maturity from. Eugenics is the practice or advocacy of improving the human species by selectively mating people with specific desirable hereditary traits.
It aims to reduce. Soyabean Varieties Soyabean is found in many varieties such as JSMACS,JS,Indira Soya Below is the list of Soybean Varieties Released/Notified in India.United States of America, Argentina and Canada are the major producers and exporters of GM crops and prod-ucts.
The four main global GM crops are among the ma-jor commodities traded on world markets. The increasing cultivation of GM crops has raised a wide range of concerns with respect to food safety, Size: 2MB.Saving Roundup Ready Soybean Seed Cornhusker Economics Febru Saving Roundup Ready® Soybean Seed Development of glyphosate-resistant transgenes started in the early s and was commercially introduced in soybean varieties in as Roundup Ready® (hereafter referred to as RR1) (SourceWatch, ).