Common oat

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Avena sativa L.

The very early high yielding oat for milling (food) and feed production

  • Very early variety
  • Very good resistance to lodging
  • For milling (food) and feed production
  • High specific weight, big kernels, excellent grading
  • Highest yield of early varieties
  • The yield can also compete with that of late varieties
  • Yield potential – 7.35-7.54 t/ha
  • Days to heading – 67-72 days
  • Vegetation period – 100-115 days.
  • Plant height – 119-126 cm
  • Resistance to lodging – good (4-5.5 points)
  • Resistance to diseases – good
  • Insensitive to Fusarium toxin accumulation. Untreated seed can be sown
  • Grain colour – white
  • Weight of 1000 grains – 36-42 g
  • Hectolitre weight – 52.4-54.3 kg/hl
  • Protein content – 13.4 %
  • Grain husk content – 25 %
  • The shell is thin, could be peeled off very well
  • Suitable not only for lighter but also for partially clay soils

The varietal parameters may differ from those indicated here when the testing circumstances differ from quondam


Recommended sowing rate: 400-450 seeds/m2, or 210-230 kg/ha. At unfavourable conditions recommendation to increase sowing rate to 550-600 seeds/m2