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Oat

Jury

Released in 2012 by the North Dakota Agricultural Experiment Station, Jury oat is a high yielding oat variety with a good test weight. This oat variety outperforms Newburg in several areas including test weight, groat percentage and dehulling efficiency. It produces average groat b-glucan concentration and expresses moderate tolerance to Barley Yellow Dwarf Virus. As a high milling quality grain, Jury consistently produces improved milling quality grain comparable to Newburg. This oat variety has a stem rust resistance to race NA67 (TJJ) but it’s lodging resistance does equal Rockford or Souris. The NDCISA has rights to the production and distribution of Jury oat seed.

Jury Strengths
• High Yield
• Disease Resistance
• High Milling Quality

Licensed in the U.S. to NDCISA
A research fee applies to this variety.

CountyName, CityPhoneClass
BottineauUndlin, Matthew, Lansford701-263-7112Certified
EmmonsGefroh Farms, Hague701-336-7631Certified
PierceFjellanger, John, Rugby701-542-3233Certified
WardNorth Central Res/Ext Center, Minot701-857-7677Foundation

Newburg

Released by the North Dakota Agricultural Experiment Station in 2011, Newburg oat has an excellent yield potential and has performed well in yield trials throughout North Dakota. This variety is similar to slightly taller than Rockford but heads approximately one day earlier. Newburg has average protein levels and test weight.

This variety is protected under Plant Variety Protection Title V to maintain its genetic purity and must be sold as a class of certified seed. The NDCISA has rights to the production and distribution of seed.

Newbug Strengths
• High yield
• Disease resistance

 

Unauthorized Propagation Prohibited PVPA 1994 - U.S. Protected Variety
Licensed in the U.S. to NDCISA
A research fee applies to this variety.

CountyName, CityPhoneClass
MckenzieWisness Seed Farm, Arnegard701-586-3763Certified
MountrailC & C Farms LLP (Troy Coons), Donnybrook701-482-7865Certified

Rockford

The North Dakota Agricultural Experiment Station released Rockford in 2008 with seed production and distribution rights obtained by the NDCISA. This variety is protected under Plant Variety Protection Title V to help ensure genetic purity and must be sold as a class of certified seed. As a consistent, high yielding variety, Rockford has a good lodging resistance and high test weight that performs well under a variety of ND growing conditions. Rockford has a medium kernel weight, groat beta-glucan concentration, and grain protein. It also contains a medium groat percentage with a high groat oil concentration. This oat variety is susceptible to stem rust race NA67.

Rockford Strengths
• High Yield
• Strong Straw Strength
• High Test Weight

Unauthorized Propagation Prohibited PVPA 1994 - U.S. Protected Variety
Licensed in the U.S. to NDCISA
A research fee applies to this variety.

CountyName, CityPhoneClass
BottineauPeterson, Darwin & Matt, Antler701-756-6931Certified
DunnFlaget, William, Halliday701-938-4688Other
SheridanFrueh, David, Martin701-693-2818Certified
WalshBina, Cameron, Lankin701-593-6329Certified
WellsSchafer, Jeff, New Rockford701-947-2568Other

Souris

The North Dakota Agricultural Experiment Station released Souris oat in 2006 and the NDCISA has obtained the rights to the production and distribution of this variety. With a high yield potential and test weight, Souris performs well under a variety of growing conditions.

In order to ensure genetic purity, Souris is protected under Plant Variety Protection Title V and must be sold as a class of certified seed.

Souris Strengths
• High yield
• Excellent test weight

 

Unauthorized Propagation Prohibited PVPA 1994 - U.S. Protected Variety
Licensed in the U.S. to NDCISA
A research fee applies to this variety.

CountyName, CityPhoneClass
CassAgronomy Seed Farm, Casselton701-347-4743Foundation
PembinaWagner, William, Neche701-886-7587Certified
WardNorth Central Res/Ext Center, Minot701-857-7677Foundation