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CZH15001

CZH15001 is an early-maturing, white-grain hybrid that has good yield potential under optimum conditions as well as under Low P. It has good resistance to GLS, TLB and rust.   General Information
  Adaptation/Agroecological zone 600-1500 masl
  Region Southern Africa
  Type of product Three-way Cross
  Year first announced 2016
         
Grain Yield   Grain Characteristics
Grain yield (MEA) (HD) 9.30 t/ha   Grain color White
Grain yield (MEA) (OPT) 8.03 t/ha   Grain texture Semi-dent
Grain yield (MEB) (OPT) 6.53 t/ha      
Grain yield (MED) (OPT) 3.98 t/ha   Biotic Stress Performance
Grain yield (MEC) (RS) 3.35 t/ha   Turcicum leaf blight (TLB)  (1-9) 2.8
Grain yield under low N stress 3.63 t/ha   Rust (1-9) 1.4
Grain yield under Low P conditions 6.61 t/ha   Grey leaf spot (GLS)  (1-9) 2.8
Grain yield under Low pH conditions 3.70 t/ha   Diseases were originally scored on a 1-5 scale but have been converted here to a 1-9 scale, where 1 = Highly resistant; 5 = Tolerant; 9 = Highly susceptible.
     
Agronomic Characteristics      
Maturity 126 DAP   Seed Production Characteristics
Anthesis-silking interval  1.5 Days   Male seed yield  4.79 t/ha
Ear height  112.7 cm      
Plant height  235.5 cm   Comments
      Product information is based on data from the CIMMYT Southern Africa Maize Regional On-Station 2016 Trials.

Abbreviations:
DAP = Days After Planting
GLS = Grey Leaf Spot
Low N = Managed Low Nitrogen
Low P = low phosphorus
Low pH = low soil pH (acidity)
masl = meters above sea level
MEA = Mega-environment A
MEB = Mega-environment B
MEC = Mega-environment C
MED = Mega-environment D
NUE = Nitrogen-Use Efficient
TLB = Turcicum Leaf Blight
Further Links  
Full Announcement  
Regional Trial Data Summary  
Regional Trial Site Information  
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
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Product Type > Three-way cross hybrid
Abiotic Stress Tolerance > Drought tolerant
Abiotic Stress Tolerance > Low phosphorus tolerant
Abiotic Stress Tolerance > Nitrogen-use efficient (NUE)
Adaptation > Mid-altitudes
Biotic Stress Tolerance > Rust
Biotic Stress Tolerance > Grey leaf spot (GLS)
Biotic Stress Tolerance > Turcicum leaf blight (TLB)
Grain Color > White grain
Grain Texture > Semi-dent
Maturity Group > Early maturing
Region > Southern Africa
Year announced > 2016
Adaptation > Lowlands
For Information, Contact:
Nicholas Davis
Program Manager
CIMMYT
n.davis@cgiar.org

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