The purpose of this test was to evaluate the experimental modified oil soybean lines adapted to southern Iowa for comparison of agronomic traits. The 2007 Modified Oil Test included 1% linolenic, 2.5% linolenic, mid oleic, and low saturates of new and commercially grown varieties released by Iowa State University. Oil from 1% linolenic, 2.5% linolenic, mid oleic, and low saturates soybean varieties grown in Iowa is used in the frying oil market. This oil is healthier for the consumer.
How to Cite:
Scholbrock, K. O., (2008) “Modified Oil Soybean Test—South”, Iowa State University Research and Demonstration Farms Progress Reports 2007(1).