2001-2002 Small Grain Performance Tests Table of Contents
The Georgia Agricultural Experiment Station
College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences
The University of Georgia
Research Report Number 682
July 2002
Calhoun, Georgia:
Oat Grain Performance, 2001-2002
Oat  varieties were planted at this location in Fall 2001.  However, extensive
cold damage caused very low yields and considerable variation in performance
among plots within the test.  After careful analysis and review of this data, it is
the opinion of the editors that the results of this trial may not accurately reflect
the performance potential of all test entries.  Since this data could be
misleading if used in making decisions concerning variety selection, we have
chosen not to present them in this publication.
Planted: October 12, 2001.
Harvested: June 10, 2002.
Seeding Rate: 11 seeds per foot in 7" rows.
Soil Type: Waynesboro loam.
Soil Test: P = Very High, K = High, and pH = 6.6.
Fertilization: Preplant: 25 lb N, 50 lb P2O5, and 75 lb K2O/acre.
Topdress: 50 lb N/acre on February 4, 2002.
Management: Moldboard plowed, disked, and rototilled; Harmony Extra used for weed control.
Previous Crop: Canola.
Test conducted by P. A. Rose, G. Rawls, and J. Stubbs.