• Silage Corn Variety Trial in Greenlee County, 1995

      Clark, Lee J.; Ottman, Michael (College of Agriculture, University of Arizona (Tucson, AZ), 1996-10)
      Five yellow corn hybrids were compared for silage yield at the Lunt dairy in Greenlee county. Silage yields, several agronomic variables and nutritional variables are also reported. Funks G4673B was the highest yielding hybrid in the trial with a silage yield over 33 tons per acre and net energy of lactation value over 13,000 megacalories per acre.
    • Small Grains Variety Evaluation at the Maricopa Agricultural Center, 1995 (Final Report)

      Ottman, M. J.; Hareland, G.; Ottman, Michael (College of Agriculture, University of Arizona (Tucson, AZ), 1996-10)
    • Small Grains Variety Evaluation at the Maricopa Agricultural Center, 1996

      Ottman, M. J.; Ottman, Michael (College of Agriculture, University of Arizona (Tucson, AZ), 1996-10)
    • Small Grains Variety Trials, Safford Agricultural Center, 1995

      Clark, L. J.; Carpenter, E. W.; Ottman, Michael (College of Agriculture, University of Arizona (Tucson, AZ), 1996-10)
      Eight varieties of durum wheat, seven varieties of barley and four varieties of bread/feed wheat were grown in a replicated small plot study on the Safford Agricultural Center in the 1995 growing season. The results of this study are reported in this paper.
    • Sudangrass Variety Evaluation at La Paz County, 1996 (Preliminary)

      Knowles, Tim C.; Ottman, Michael J.; Lloyd, Jim; Quist, Aron; Rethwisch, Michael; Esquerra, Deb; Ottman, Michael (College of Agriculture, University of Arizona (Tucson, AZ), 1996-10)
      Two common (Piper and Sweet Sudan), four hybrid sudangrass (NK Trudan 8, Cargill HS 35, and Germaine's G 555), and three sorghum-sudangrass hybrid (DK SX 17, TE Haygrazer II, and Pioneer 877F) varieties are currently being evaluated for hay yield and quality at four cuttings in large field plots located at Quail Mesa Farms in southwest La Paz County. Preliminary results from the first two hay cuttings are presented showing that of the nine sudangrass varieties examined in this study, Piper, Cargill HS 35, and NC+ 200 sudangrass varieties had superior hay tonnage and quality. However, we need to determine if this pattern of hay tonnage and quality can be maintained over at least four hay cuttings. The sorghum-sudangrass hybrids produced relatively poor quality hay, and had relatively high prussic acid levels at the second cutting.
    • Wheat, Barley, and Durum and Advanced Lines Test, Gila Bend, AZ, 1996

      Jech, L. E.; Husman, S. H.; Ottman, M. J.; Ottman, Michael (College of Agriculture, University of Arizona (Tucson, AZ), 1996-10)
    • Wheat, Barley, Durum and Advanced Lines Test, Gila Bend, AZ 1995 (Final Report)

      Jech, L. E.; Husman, S. H.; Ottman, M. J.; Hareland, G. A.; Ottman, Michael (College of Agriculture, University of Arizona (Tucson, AZ), 1996-10)