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Peanut Variety and Quality Evaluation Results 2023: Agronomic and Grade Data



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Dan Anco, Ph.D. Associate Professor & Extension Specialist Clemson University; Jeffrey Dunne, Ph.D. Assistant Professor, Peanut Breeder North Carolina State University; Fitz Cherry, Lab & Research Specialist

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In 2023, PVQE included 34 genotypes: 5 commercial varieties, including ‘Bailey II’,’ Emery’, ‘NC 20’, ‘Sullivan’ and ‘Walton’; and 25 advanced breeding lines developed by the North Carolina State University peanut breeding program and 4 advanced breeding lines developed by the University of Florida (Table 1). All breeding lines have the ‘high oleic acid’ characteristic. Cultivars and lines were planted from May 9 through June 15 at four locations: Tidewater AREC in Suffolk, VA, Slade Farm near Williamston, Martin Co., NC, the Upper Coastal Plain Research Station (UCPRS) near Rocky Mount, NC, and the Edisto Research and Education Center (EREC) in Blackville, SC.

Past Peanut Vareity and Quality Evaluation Results publications can be found on the VCE Annual Publications archive.

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