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26 September 2023 CO481 corn inbred line
A.Z. Kebede, C. Voloaca, J. Wu, B. Bowman, Z. Wang, T. Woldemariam, X. Zhu
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CO481 is an early maturing (57–58 days to flowering, 1283–1310 crop heat units (CHUs)) yellow, semi-dent inbred line. CO481 has mixed heterotic group and combines well with stiff stalk testers to produce hybrids with high grain yield. Additional key features include fast kernel drydown rate and moderate to high resistance to gibberella ear rot. CO481 is most suitable for short-season regions of North America with CHUs ranging from 2500 to 2750. These include the corn-growing regions of Canada in Prince Edward Island, eastern parts of Ontario, and southern parts of Quebec, Manitoba, and Alberta.

A.Z. Kebede, C. Voloaca, J. Wu, B. Bowman, Z. Wang, T. Woldemariam, and X. Zhu "CO481 corn inbred line," Canadian Journal of Plant Science 104(1), 82-87, (26 September 2023). https://doi.org/10.1139/cjps-2023-0097
Received: 5 July 2023; Accepted: 13 September 2023; Published: 26 September 2023
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corn
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Zea mays L.
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