Preliminary Results With Quick-Sol in Peanuts 2015
|Analysis of variance (F value and P>F) for pod yield as influenced by Quick-Sol applied 2, 4, and 6 weeks after planting at 10 oz product per acre.|
|Trial||22.73 (p < 0.0001)|
|Quick-Sol||0.3 (p = 0.5690)|
|Trial X Quick-Sol||0.41 (p = 0.7989)|
|Coefficient of variation (%)||13.6|
|Peanut yield (lbs/acre) without and following application of Quick-Sol. Data are pooled over 5 trails during 2015.|
|Peanut yield (lbs/acre) as influenced by trial. Data are pooled over Quick-Sol treatments.|
|Lewiston Field B3 planted May 4||5,933a|
|Lewiston Field B3 planted May 18||4,455b|
|Rocky Mount Field C6||4,155bc|
|Rocky Mount Field C9A||3,480d|
|Rocky Mount Field C9B||3,563cd|
A minimum of 60 feet separated plots.
A new backpack sprayer was used to apply treatments.
Applied in 15 GPA at 31 psi.
Applied 2, 4 and 6 weeks after planting at 10 oz product per acre at each timing.
Treatments were replicated 4 times in each trial.
Contact David Jordan, email@example.com if questions.
Article first appeared as North Carolina Peanut Note (PNNC-2015-158)