Forty soybean cultivars were received from the Peoples Republic of China in a number of exchanges between June 1973 and June 1974. The first eight cultivars that we received were grown in row tests at Harrow, Woodslee and Ridgetown in 1975, along with 'Harlen,' 'Harosoy 63,' and 'Harcar.' These eight, plus the next seven that we received, had been tested in hill plots at Harrow in 1974, along with Hardome, Harlen, Harosoy 63, and 'Harwood.' The highest and lowest cultivar values are given for each of a number of characteristics within each group of cultivars as an indication of the potential value of the new germplasm.
Buzzel, R. I.; Buttery, B. R.; Anderson, L. J.; Littlejohns, D. A.; and Loiselle, J. G. R.
"Research Notes: Soybean Gene Resources Recently Received from China,"
Soybean Genetics Newsletter: Vol. 3
, Article 8.
Available at: http://lib.dr.iastate.edu/soybeangenetics/vol3/iss1/8