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AAEBArkansas Agricultural Experiment Station
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Unless specifically approved by the Arkansas Agricultural Experiment Station, the lines may not be used as recurrent parents in a breeding program.
Unless specifically approved by the Arkansas Agricultural Experiment Station, Arkot 9111 may not be used as a recurrent parent in a breeding program.
Unless specifically approved by the Arkansas Agricultural Experiment Station, Arkot 9101 and Arkot 9108 may not be used as a recurrent parent in a breeding program.
Unless approved by the Arkansas Agricultural Experiment Station, this line may not be used as a recurrent parent in the development of a cultivar.
The ARS-USDA and the Arkansas Agricultural Experiment Station released six induced semidwarf mutants of rice (Oryza sativa L.
CV-115, PI 629291) is an aromatic, elongating, very early maturing, and slender long-grain rice developed at the Rice Research Station at Crowley, LA, by the Louisiana State University Agricultural Center in cooperation with the USDA-ARS, the Arkansas Agricultural Experiment Station, the Mississippi Agricultural and Forestry Experiment Station, the Florida Agricultural Experiment Station, and the Texas Agricultural Experiment Station.
Arkot 8606 was evaluated in replicated field tests at four Arkansas Agricultural Experiment Station sites in the Mississippi River Delta from 1991 through 1996, and again in 2000.
GP-742, PI 628636), were developed by the Arkansas Agricultural Experiment Station and released in 2001.
In 2001, the Arkansas Agricultural Experiment Station released a noncommercial cotton (Gossypium hirsutum L.
GP-745, PI 628639), were developed by the Arkansas Agricultural Experiment Station and released in 2001.
GP-56, PI 610259), was released in 1999 by the Arkansas Agricultural Experiment Station.
CV-111, PI 606331) is a high-yielding, very early maturing long-grain rice developed at the Rice Research Station at Crowley, LA, by the Louisiana State University Agricultural Center in cooperation with the USDA-ARS, the Arkansas Agricultural Experiment Station, the Mississippi Agricultural and Forestry Experiment Station, the Florida Agricultural Experiment Station, and the Texas Agricultural Experiment Station.
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