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Spring Grain

Oats: Dieter, AC Rigodon and hulless oatsOats

Dieter

  • High test weight
  • White hull
  • Approved by Quaker
  • Good yield
  • Lower than average hull percentage
  • Large grain, strong straw
  • Weight per 1 000 grains: 38.7 g

AC Rigodon

  • Excellent grain and straw yield
  • For animal feed only
  • Very large grain
  • Known variety
  • Weight per 1 000 grains: 38.0 g

Hulless oats

  • Available upon request

Spring spelt, ZORBA and ORIGIN spring speltWheat, Spelt and Triticale

AC Barrie – Bread wheat

  • High protein content
  • Graded 2/9 for Fusarium head blight
  • Choice wheat for human consumption
  • Very short straw
  • Excellent for raising the level of protein in a cereal mix
  • Weight per 1 000 grains: 34.7 g

Nass – Feed wheat

  • Graded 1/9 for Fusarium head blight
  • Excellent yield in zones 1 and 2, 108% yield in 2011
  • Low lodging
  • Weight per 1 000 grains: 33.8 g

Mégantic – Bread wheat

  • Good yield
  • High straw, large grain
  • Very absorbent flour
  • Graded 3/9 for Fusarium head blight
  • Weight per 1 000 grains: 38.4 g

Spring spelt

  • Nexon source
  • Good protein content
  • Sensitive to lodging
  • Bearded
  • Tall straw

ZORBA spring spelt

  • available in the spring of 2015

ORIGIN spring spelt

  • available in the spring of 2015

Triticale Pronghorn

  • Grain rich in lysine
  • Excellent yield potential
  • Registered for sale throughout Canada

Barley

Encore – six-row barley

  • Good performance index (100% to 107%)
  • Late variety
  • Tall straw
  • Average size grain
  • Very good yield in zone 3

POLARIS – six-row barley

  • Average length straw, medium lodging
  • Average maturity
  • Better Fusarium head blight grading than AC Klinck and Encore barley
  • Good yield in all zones (99% to 102%)

AC KLINCK – six-row barley

  • Good yield, from 97% to 106% depending on the zone
  • Better Fusarium head blight grading than AC Encore
  • Average straw
  • Late variety

CDC Mc Gwire- Hulless barley – 2-row

  • Very low sensitivity to Fusarium head blight, the best of the 4, product of Western Canada
  • Yield 15% to 20% lower than a hulled variety
  • 1% more protein than hulled barley
  • Very early variety
  • Short straw
  • Significant stooling, good amount of straw

Peas

CDC Golden

  • Cultivar that is well adapted to mixed grain/cereal growing
  • Good resistance to lodging
  • Average maturity
  • 85 cm vine, weight of 230 g/1 000 grains
  • 101% to 107% of the check yield

40-10 field peas

  • Good for green manure
  • Indeterminate growth, leafy peas
  • Very good for silage
  • Late maturity
  • Planting with cereals recommended in early zones
  • 120 cm vine, weight of 140 g/1 000 grains
  • 80% to 84% of the check yield

CDC Tucker field peas

  • Average maturity
  • Indeterminate growth
  • Semi-leafy pea
  • Good resistance to mildew and lodging
  • Planting with cereals recommended
  • 100 cm vine, weight of 170 g/1 000 grains
  • 88% to 99% of the check yield

CDC Meadow peas

  • Determinate growth
  • Semi-leafy pea
  • Early maturity
  • Good resistance to lodging
  • 85 cm vine, weight of 220 g/1 000 grains
  • 104% to 108% of the check yield

Agassiz peas

  • The best yellow pea yield in Saskatchewan
  • 107% to 115% of the check yield
  • Average maturity, good for mixed grains
  • Weight of 230 g/1 000 grains
  • 85 cm vine (pure seedling)
  • Semi-leafy variety