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  • Variety Trials

    The variety trials project was established in 1988 at Michigan State University.

  • 2011 USPB/SFA Chip Variety Trials

    Published on January 1, 2012
    In 2011, the USPB-SFA trials provided a wealth of evaluations on field performance of 10 potato breeding lines at all 11 cooperator locations with 2 additional lines in southern trials and 3 additional lines in northern trials.

  • 2012 USPB/SFA Chip Variety Trials

    Published on January 1, 2013
    In 2012, the USPB-SFA trials provided a wealth of evaluations on field performance of 14 potato breeding lines at all 11 cooperator locations with 5 additional lines in southern trials and 2 additional lines in northern trials.

  • 2010 USPB/SFA Chip Variety Trials

    Published on January 1, 2011
    In 2010, the USPB-SFA trials provided a wealth of evaluations on field performance of 11 potato breeding lines at all 10 cooperator locations with 3 additional lines in southern trials and 1 additional line in North Dakota.

  • 2015 USPB/SFA Chip Variety Trials

    Published on January 1, 2016
    In 2015, the USPB-SFA trials provided a wealth of evaluations on field performance of 7 potato breeding lines at all 11 cooperator locations with 2 additional lines in southern trials and 2 additional lines in northern trials.

  • 2013 USPB/SFA Chip Variety Trials

    Published on January 1, 2014
    In 2013, the USPB-SFA trials provided a wealth of evaluations on field performance of 13 potato breeding lines at all 11 cooperator locations with 2 additional lines in southern trials and 3 additional lines in northern trials.

  • 2009 USPB/SFA Chip Variety Trials

    Published on January 1, 2010
    In 2009, the USPB-SFA trials provided a wealth of evaluations on field performance of 9 potato breeding lines at all 10 cooperator locations with 1 additional line in southern trials and 1 additional line in North Dakota and Michigan.

  • 2014 USPB/SFA Chip Variety Trials

    Published on January 1, 2015
    In 2014, the USPB-SFA trials provided a wealth of evaluations on field performance of 7 potato breeding lines at all 11 cooperator locations with 4 additional lines in southern trials and 3 additional lines in northern trials.

  • 2016 USPB/SFA Chip Variety Trials

    Published on January 1, 2017
    In 2016, the Potatoes USA-SNAC Int. trials provided a wealth of evaluations on field performance of 12 potato breeding lines at all 11 cooperator locations with an additional line in southern trials and 2 additional lines in northern trials.

  • 2005 USPB/SFA Chip Variety Trials

    Published on January 1, 2006
    In 2006, the USPB-SFA trials provided a wealth of evaluations on field performance of 8 potato breeding lines at all 7 cooperator locations.

  • 2008 USPB/SFA Chip Variety Trials

    Published on January 1, 2009
    In 2008, the USPB-SFA trials provided a wealth of evaluations on field performance of 14 potato breeding lines at all 10 cooperator locations.

  • 2006 USPB/SFA Chip Variety Trials

    Published on January 1, 2007
    In 2006, the USPB-SFA trials provided a wealth of evaluations on field performance of 10 potato breeding lines at all 9 cooperator locations.

  • 2007 USPB/SFA Chip Variety Trials

    Published on January 1, 2008
    In 2007, the USPB-SFA trials provided a wealth of evaluations on field performance of 7 potato breeding lines at all 9 cooperator locations.

  • 2004 USPB/SFA Chip Variety Trials

    Published on January 1, 2005
    In 2004, the USPB-SFA trials provided a wealth of evaluations on field performance of 10 potato breeding lines at all 6 cooperator locations.

  • Mid-Michigan Variety Trials

    Published on January 21, 2014

  • MSU Cover Crop Variety Trials

    Published on February 14, 2020

    Dr. Kim Cassida, Forage and Cover Crops Specialist at Michigan State University (MSU), shares research on a new type of variety trial. The trial evaluates cover crops and forage crops in order to determine which species are the most beneficial to grow in Michigan. This provides objective information comparing cover crops. Farmers can use information on biomass, ground cover, weed control, winter survival, residue cover, and ease of termination.

  • 2015 Sugarbeet REACH Variety Trials

    Results of the 2015 sugarbeet variety trials from Michigan Sugarbeet REACH.

  • Forage Variety Trials Test 2019

    2019 Michigan Forage Variety Test Report

  • 2013 Sugarbeet REACH Variety Trials

    Results of the 2013 sugarbeet REACH variety trials.