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Oat varieties in the western states

Franklin A. Coffman

Oat varieties in the western states

by Franklin A. Coffman

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Published by U.S. Dept. of Agriculture in Washington, D.C .
Written in English

    Places:
  • West (U.S.)
    • Subjects:
    • Oats -- Varieties -- West (U.S.)

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby Franklin A. Coffman and Harland Stevens.
      SeriesAgriculture handbook / United States Department of Agriculture ;, no. 180, Agriculture handbook (United States. Dept. of Agriculture) ;, no. 180.
      ContributionsStevens, Harland, 1907-
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsSB191.O2 C593
      The Physical Object
      Pagination19 p. :
      Number of Pages19
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL238834M
      LC Control Numberagr60000400
      OCLC/WorldCa3567176

        ABOUT THIS BOOK AND THE AUTHOR’S OAT VARIETIESIn reviewing “Development of High-Vigour Oat Varieties in Australia”, I considered that itwas a very full and well documented account of oat breeding and testing in New South Walesin the latter half of the twentieth century. With both milling and dual-purpose oat varieties available, Seednet ensures any oats we sell are the highest quality. Discover our oat varieties.

      SMALL GRAIN VARIETIES IN MINNESOTA 7 Each variety was grown in 3 systematically replicated plots. Following border removal the area harvested for yield was I/55 of an acre. At the Waseca Station six square yards were harvested from each plot for yield records. These samples were shipped to University Farm for threshing. The use of improved varieties and better management practices are the key factors to increasing the level of productivity of oat crops. This guide discusses the recommended management practices for growing oats for forage, and strategies to minimise leaf rust infection.

      Short-maturity oat 4, 3, Long-maturity oat 5, 5, Wheat has increased risk of not vernalizing (chilling) properly with delayed seeding; TAM seeded in 2/15/ on Feb. 15 was ~20% of the yield of most oat varieties. Tests were flood irrigated and replicated 3 times per variety in each year. There are both hulled and hull-less varieties of oats available. In addition to grain for human and animal consumption, oats are often grown in the north as a cover crop primarily for weed control and soil improvement. However, they are a delicious cereal crop that is high in nutrition as well (oats generally contain between 12 and 22% protein).File Size: KB.


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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Coffman, Franklin A. (Franklin Arthur), Oat varieties in the western states. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Dept. Additional Physical Format: Print version: Coffman, Franklin A. (Franklin Arthur), Oat varieties in the western states (DLC)agr (OCoLC) Oat varieties in the western states [Franklin A.

Stevens, Harland, Coffman] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying : Coffman, Franklin A. Stevens, Harland. The Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development's Oat Variety Guide provides a comparison of grain yield, grain quality, hay yield, hay quality, herbicide tolerance and disease resistance for new and established milling oat varieties.

Interest in planting oats in Western Australia has been rekindled in recent years due to growing demand for milling oats for human consumption. Different varieties are suited to different regions (Table ).

Alberta growers favor AC Morgan while Saskatchewan and Manitoba growers prefer CS Camden and Summit, likely because of the overall performance of these varieties. Generally, oat grows well in the dark brown to black to grey and dark grey soil regions of the prairies. Oat variety guide for Western Australia Contents information for oat varieties that offer growers the best opportunity to meet market requirements.

This guide should be read in conjunction with industry information provided in the Grains Oat varieties in the western states book of Western Australia “Oat variety and. The western half of the United States produces slightly morethan one-tenth of the national oat crop. In acreage, oats, however,ranknext to wheatandequal to barley among the cereal crops grown in thatregion.

Acreageofoatsis increasing with the distribution of disease-resistant andstiffer strawed varieties. Oatsarerec ommendedalsoas. of all areas grow red oat varieties almost exclusively. Spring oats are grown throughout the western region, but oats may also be fall-sown in the southern Great Plains and in the Pacific coast area.

BN Figure Topographical areas in the United States. 1-M CENTRAL NORTA/EASrTE2RN SOL/THfRN r GREAT PLAINS I11 RCKY M1IO/NTAI/N.D /INTE Author: Franklin A. Coffman, Harland Stevens, Stanton, T. R., b. trials in major oat producing regions for oat producers across the state.

With this information Texas oat producers can make a more educated decision about appropriate varieties for their geographic region. Variety Selection: Selection of varieties for any crop is one of File Size: 3MB.

select oat varieties for specific end uses with disease resistance, agronomic traits, and yield potential suited to diverse south eastern Australian farming systems. How to use the oat variety sowing guide Varieties adapted to low, medium, and high rainfall regions and categorised by grain and hay end-use are shown in Table Size: KB.

ADDITIONAL DESCRIPTIVE INFORMATION FOR OAT VARIETIES. AJAY - Developed from the cross 74Ab/74Ab, cooperatively by USDA, Agricultural Research Service and the Idaho Agricultural Experiment Station. 74Ab is a sister selection to Monida. It was released in Ajay is a short strawed spring oat, with white kernels and equilateral.

varieties are grown in some sections. SOIL TYPES. The tillable soils of the western half of the United States range from heavy clays to. almost pure sands, but most soils are silt loams and clay loams that are adapted to the production of oats.

In some irrigated spots the accumulation of soluble. salts in the soil makes oat production : Franklin A. Coffman, Harland Stevens, Stanton, T. R., b. OAT HISTORY THE CLASSIFICATION OF OATS History The morphologic study of oats is not new.

According to Malzew {), the first person to describe oats was Tournefort who in established the genus Avena, Later Linnaeus {) described four oat species: Avena steriliSy A. fatua, A. sativa, and A. nuda. Linnaeus classified oats as wild or cultivated, and among the. Oat This page provides access to Oat Variety Trial Results from all NDSU Research Extension Centers.

Variety Trial Results are best viewed in Adobe Reader. Adobe Reader is free software that lets you view and print Adobe Portable Document Format (PDF) files. To. It is a high yielding, mid-season oat cultivar that has good test weight, kernel size, plant height, straw strength, and tolerance to barley yellow dwarf virus.

No Registered Class. Variety Producers: SOUTHERN STATES was released by Southern States Cooperative. It is a medium late winter oat variety that is medium tall.

oat varieties grown on poor soil (e.g. low in nitrogen) could develop red-tipping (see Figure 1 overleaf) on the leaves and this may result in below-optimum yields. Nutrition requirements and fertiliser rates are similar to those recommended for wheat nutrition. Starter fertiliser at sowing is recommended, but should be applied separately to.

Two seed oat varieties relatively new to the commercial seed market could mean yield increases for grain and forage oat producers alike.

AC Lu and AC Murphy, developed by the late Solomon Kibite. The oat plant, like wheat, is an annual grass with kinds and varieties adapted either to fall Planting and midsummer harvest or spring planting and late summer harvest.

In general, overwintering kinds are grown where winter climates are mild - as throughout the. oat seeds in ceramic pot image by Maria Brzostowska from Heirloom varieties demonstrate great variety in terms of appearance, taste and the conditions they will tolerate.

As farmer Jennifer Greene explains on an episode of "America's Heartland," heirloom oats are one way to connect people to the land that feeds them. Oats are an excellent spring-planted forage crop. While oats tend to be very good quality, there is a large variation in quality from different varieties.

We have tested oats extensively to ensure that the forage varieties we offer have good disease resistance, as well as excellent quality. Establishment Seeding rates are 2 to 3 bu per acre. Seed should be placed in a firm seedbed 1/2 to 3/4. The oat (Avena sativa), sometimes called the common oat, is a species of cereal grain grown for its seed, which is known by the same name (usually in the plural, unlike other cereals and pseudocereals).While oats are suitable for human consumption as oatmeal and oat milk, one of the most common uses is as livestock feed.

Oats are a nutrient-rich food associated with lower blood cholesterol Family: Poaceae. Prairie Oat Growers Association BoxRegina SK, Canada S4P 4J7 Tel Fax The Great Plains Laboratory, Inc., West 77th Street, Lenexa, KS,United States () [email protected]