Soybean variety tests are conducted at various locations around the state of Oklahoma. Entries are accepted from public universities and private companies to provide producers with unbiased information on the latest soybean cultivars that are available.
Individual variety plots are four rows wide (30” rows) and 20 feet long.
The seeding rate is eight seeds per foot of row (~140,000 seeds per acre) and all seed is inoculated with Bradyrhizobium japonicum bacteria.
2012 Soybean Variety trial summaries
2011 Soybean Variety Performance
Soybean Variety Performance Previous Years
The Peanut Variety Trials are planted and maintained by the OSU Peanut Improvement Team. A minimum of three locations are planted each year in southwestern Oklahoma. Varieties are selected based on commercial availability and advanced breeding lines that show promise in Oklahoma are also included in the trial. This collection of data will hopefully help you make good peanut variety selections in the upcoming year.
2012 Variety TrialBeckham County Blaine/Custer County Caddo County