2009 Armstrong & Long Term Average

2009 AverageOver Year Average
Company*HybridHeat UnitsRelative Yield** (%)Dry Matter (%)Grain (%)Lodging (%)Relative Yield*** (%)Dry Matter (%)Grain (%)Lodging (%)No. of Test Years****Standard Yield (t/ha)
Hyland SeedsHLSR35270012327.538.2011525.534.80319.2
PRIDE SeedsA5490RR EDF262511829.038.5010925.632.30219.1
Pioneer Hi-Bred Ltd.38H06270011530.844.3011530.844.30118.3
MAIZEX Inc.LF881RR270011127.336.7010223.230.70319.0
Dekalb SeedsDKC39-47267510927.944.3010226.739.90.4519.3
Pioneer Hi-Bred Ltd.P8581R257510830.847.3010830.847.30118.3
Mycogen Brand SeedsTMF2L418265010527.332.4010527.332.40118.3
MAIZEX Inc.MZ2722B265010431.645.9010431.645.90118.3
Pioneer Hi-Bred Ltd.39B23265010333.250.6010333.250.60118.3
Dekalb SeedsDKC40-20VT3262510228.346.5010228.346.50118.3
Syngenta Seeds Can. Inc.NK N25N-GT265010232.545.4010728.641.90219.1
ELITE25T27 RR262510031.246.3010227.442.70219.1
Hyland SeedsHLR21923759832.749.6010031.647.60319.5
Hyland SeedsHLB24R26009729.343.909729.343.90118.3
Syngenta Seeds Can. Inc.NK N29-A227509427.745.409427.745.40118.3
SEEDS 20002791RR23009131.349.009131.349.00118.3
Prairie Pacific SeedsPPS 2146RR23009131.046.709729.345.20519.3
Syngenta Seeds Can. Inc.NK N23F-3000GT26008826.646.208826.646.20118.3
PICKSEED CANADA INC.2501RR25008134.150.808631.848.20218.8
* ELITE – Elite Brand; Hyland Seeds – Hyland Brand; MAIZEX Seeds Inc. – MAIZEX Brand; Dow AgroSciences – Mycogen Brand Seeds; Monsanto Canada Inc. – Dekalb Brand Seeds; PICKSEED CANADA Inc. – Pickseed Brand; Pioneer Hi-Bred Ltd. – Pioneer Brand; Prairie Pacific Seeds – PPS Brand; PRIDE Seeds – PRIDE Seeds Brand; Seeds 2000 – Seeds 2000 Brand; Syngenta Seeds Canada Inc. – NK Brand. **Hybrids were compared to the average of two standards – DKC39-47 and PP 2146. This average was assigned a value of 100. The average yield of the standard at Armstrong was 18.3 tonnes of dry matter per hectare. ***The relative yield must be compared to the standard dry matter yield shown in the last column. For example, NK N25N-GT yielded 7% (Relative Yield of 107%) more than the average (19.1 t/ha) of the standard hybrids for the number of test-years indicated (2). ****The number of years in which the hybrid was tested (during the last five) multiplied by the number of locations where it was tested. Trial conducted at Armstrong (2004, 2006, 2007, 2008 and 2009).