Overview
Stock NamePI 652441
Other Name(s)GEORGIA-07W
Stock typeAccession
Market typePEANUTS
OrganismArachis hypogaea (Cultivated peanut)
GRIN Global accessionPI 652441
Geographic locationGIS
DescriptionLarge-seeded runner market type peanut with no flowers on the mainstem, alternte branching patterns, prostrate or runner growth habit, profuse branching and two-seed pods. Has an indeterminate fruiting pattern. Distinctively different from C-99R in having a medium vs. late maturity profile. Matures 2 weeks earlier than C-99R in south Georgia. Has darker green leaf color than Georgia Green and has a tan vs. pink testa color. Similar to C-99R in pod and seed size. Similar to Georgia Green in maturity, blanchability, oil content and excellent roasted peanut flavor. During 2004-06 when averaged over 14 tests at multilocations in Georgia, Georgia-07W found to be significantly (P <- 0.05) lower in TSWV incidence and total disease (TD) incidence, highest in pod yield, total sound mature kernel (TSMK) grade, and dollar value return per hectare compared to Georgia Green and C-99R. During past 2 years at multilocations in Georgia when planted early (mid-April) to increase TSWV disease pressure, among lowest in TSWV incidence and TD incidence, highest in pod yield, TSMK grade, and dollar value return per hectare compared to 17 and 21 other runner genotypes in 2005-06. During 2004-2007 in field trials conducted at a site with long-term history of high white mold disease pressure, found to be significantly (P <- 0.05) lower in white mold incidence and higher in pod yield than resistant parental check cultivar, C-99R.
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