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Ashlock HP5A

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Agronomic Characteristics of Ashlock HP5A

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The NSGA has licensed an excellent conventional (Non-GMO) commodity grade, very high protein (45.5%) soybean line branded under the NSGA as ASHLOCK HP5A. This variety was developed in the Mid-South using the traditional crossing breeding method. This high protein ‘super’ bean as some have coined it has consistently equal or superior yields compared to other conventional varieties available. ASHLOCK HP5A was evaluated in preliminary and advanced tests in multiple Arkansas environments from 2009-2013. Overall, yields (in Bu/A) ranged from 59 to 65 bu/A compared with, for example, the conventional line Osage which averaged from 57 to 66 bu/A in the same trials. Protein levels for ASHLOCK HP5A ranged from 45.3 to 45.5% compared to Osage that ranged from 43.7 to 44.1%. The variety is widely adapted to Arkansas and similar Southeastern soybean production areas with late April to early June plantings.

ArnaSoy 5.6

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Agronomic Characteristics of ArnaSoy 5.6

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NSGA has licensed an excellent conventional (Non-GMO) food grade soybean branded as ARNASOY 5.6. This maturity group (RM 5.6), food grade variety was developed in the Mid-South using the traditional crossing breeding method. It is a high protein, yellow/clear hilum, large seeded soybean with competitive yield potential. ARNASOY 5.6 was evaluated in preliminary and advanced tests in 10 Arkansas environments from 2009-2012. Overall, yields (in Bu/A) averaged 49.7 compared to 60.5 for the commercial commodity check; 45.7 for a commercial large-seeded food grade check; and 48.6 bu/ac for an edamame breeding line. ARNASOY 5.6 is widely adapted to Mid-South soybean production with late April-early June plantings.  This variety is currently restricted to Arkansas and can't be planted outside of the state.  

DrewSoy 5.0

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Agronomic Characteristics of DrewSoy 5.0

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The NSGA has licensed another excellent conventional (Non-GMO) commodity grade with superior field and grain characteristics currently branded under the NSGA as Drew Soy 5.0. This variety was developed in the Mid-South using the traditional crossing breeding method. The soybean is a superior yielder with exceptional field characteristics including resistance to root knot and soybean cyst nematodes. And is a chloride excluder with wide adaption over a range of soil types and conditions. In recent testing across six Mid-South and Midwestern States, the variety was equal to, or superior to both Non-GMO and GMO soybeans. Overall, yields (in Bu/A) ranged from 48 to 79 bu/A with an average of slightly more than 60 bu/A. In independent testing in 2017, the soybean line out yielded more than a dozen group 5 and group 4 soybeans. The variety is widely adapted to Arkansas and similar Southeastern soybean production areas with early April to early July plantings.…