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UT 2009 Spring Snapbean Variety Trial

Annette Wszelaki, UT Vegetable Extension Specialist

Table 1.

Averages within each column followed by different letters are significantly different at P < 0.05.

Pod color: 1 = Light; 5 = Medium; 9 = Dark

Straightness: 1 = J curve; 9 = Straight

Peduncle attachement: Percentage of peduncles attached after harvest (based on 20 bean sample/plot).

Maturity index: 0 = Immature; 1 = Mature; 2 = Overmature

Cluster #: Number of clusters not singulated during mechanical harvesting (based on 1 lb sample).

* Note, since 2009 the following HMX varities in the above table have been named: HMX 7113=Clarke, HMX 7112=Lewis, HMX 7111=Frontier, HMX 6107=Cabot.

 

Table 2.

Averages within each column followed by different letters are significantly different at P < 0.05.

* Note, since 2009 the following HMX varities in the above table have been named: HMX 7113=Clarke, HMX 7112=Lewis, HMX 7111=Frontier, HMX 6107=Cabot

 

Table 3.

Averages within each column followed by different letters are significantly different at P < 0.05.

Plot yields based on 25 ft x 3 ft area

Bushel of snapbeans = 30 lbs

* Note, since 2009 the following HMX varities in the above table have been named: HMX 7113=Clarke, HMX 7112=Lewis, HMX 7111=Frontier, HMX 6107=Cabot

 

Table 4.

Averages within each column followed by different letters are significantly different at P < 0.05.

Plant Habit: 9=Erect; 5=Moderate; 1=Prone

Pod Position: 9=High; 5=Just off ground; 1=All pods on ground

Stand: 9 = Excellent; 7 = Very good; 5 = Good; 3 = Fair; 1 = Poor

Pods Remaining: Number of pods remaining per plant after mechanical harvest (based on 5 plant sample/plot).

* Note, since 2009 the following HMX varities in the above table have been named: HMX 7113=Clarke, HMX 7112=Lewis, HMX 7111=Frontier, HMX 6107=Cabot

 

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This research represents one season's data and does not constitute recommendations.  After sufficient data is collected over the appropriate number of seasons, final recommendations will be made through research and extension publications.

 

 

 

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