Seminole Crop E News

Agricultural News for Farmers and Agribusiness in SW Georgia

Georgia-14N Peanut

Posted by romeethredge on July 14, 2015

I looked at these Georgia-14N peanuts yesterday and they really look good. They are 70 days old in an irrigated sandy field that has had severe peanut rootknot nematodes. Vines are good on this new nematode resistant, small seeded, high-oleic variety developed by Dr. Bill Branch, UGA Scientist.

“Georgia-14N is a high yielding, medium-seeded, high-oleic runner-type peanut (Arachis hypogaea L. subsp. hypogaea var. hypogaea) cultivar with resistance to tomato spotted wilt virus (TSWV) and root-know nematode (RKN).  Georgia-14N originated from a cross made between Georgia-02C x F4 (Georgia-01R X COAN).”

 

 

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