Yield And Grade Performance Of Spanish-Type Varieties, Tifton, Ga, Irrigated,
| Tamspan 90
|Source: J. LaDon Day, Program Coordinator, UGA Variety Evaluation, Griffin Campus, 1109 Experiment Street, Griffin, Ga. 30223
Yield And Grade Performance Of Spanish-Type Varieties, Beckham County,
|Source: Chad Godsey, Cropping Systems Specialist, Oklahoma State University, 368 AG Hall, Stillwater, OK 74078, email: email@example.com.
AT 9899-14: This small-statured high-oleic variety
is a spreading growth (runner) plant type and
matures about two weeks later than Tamspan 90 in
West Texas. It is not resistant to TSWV. Trial yields
are significantly lower than common Spanish
peanut varieties. The variety can produce a prolific
number of pods, but peg attachment is weak.
Georgia-04S: A high-yielding, high-oleic, Spanish-
type variety, Georgia-04S was developed at
the UGA Coastal Plain Experiment Station. Intended
for the same market, Georgia-04S has
later maturity and pod and seed size similar to
other Spanish-market types. Georgia-04S has
shown significantly higher yield, TSMK grade
and dollar value return per acre compared to
other leading Spanish varieties.
OLin: Released from Texas A & M University
in 2002, this high-oleic line is comparable
to Tamspan 90 in growth habit, maturity and
disease resistance. Yield potential is consistently
five to 10 percent less than Tamspan 90.
Pronto: A large-seeded Spanish variety, Pronto has
a growth habit typical of Spanish varieties, except
that it exhibits more yellow-green color. Pronto has
yields and grades similar to Spanco.
Spanco: A high-yielding, Spanish-type variety released
from Oklahoma State University, Spanco is
early maturing (10 to 14 days earlier than most
other Spanish varieties). It has good yield potential,
but does not possess the pythium pod rot or Sclerotinia
blight resistance found in Tamspan 90.
Tamnut OL06: This Texas A&M Spanish line is
a large-podded, large-seeded high-oleic variety with
potential use in the runner market. Maturity and
yield potential are similar to Tamspan 90. Initial
yield results in runner production systems appear
less than Flavor Runner 458, but with earlier maturity.
Tamspan 90: Released from Texas A&M University in
1990, this variety exhibits typical Spanish growth habit. It is
resistant to Pythium pod rot and Sclerotinia blight. Maturity
runs about 140 to 145 days in West Texas. It has excellent