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Hutton soybean


, : Hutton soybean. Circular, Florida Agricultural Experiment Stations, Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences, University of Florida, Gainesville (S.225): 7

The availability of the Hutton soybean to farmers in Florida, USA, is announced, its performance and range of adaptations discussed and distinguishing traits listed. Tests in Florida have shown the new variety to have equal or greater resistance to Meloidogyne incognita than the 8 others tested. In the absence of this nematode Hutton has been found to yield about 6% more than Hampton 266A; in soil infested with M. incognita the yield advantage of Hutton is greater.

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