Small Grain Seed

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  • BetaGene™ Oats

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  • Small Grains
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  • Seed Oats
  • Wisconsin Certified Seed Oats
  • Wisconsin Certified

    Special/Unique Characteristics

    • Yellow oats, mid-late maturity, with excellent yield potential and high beta-glucan
    • Consistently high grain yields in state-wide tests. Good test weights
    • BetaGene™ oats were ranked number 1 for beta-glucan percentage for the last 3 years with a beta-glucan as high as 7.3%. (Beta-glucan is a heart healthy chemical that is exclusive to oats)
    • A food grade oat — should be the number 1 oat selection for any growers interested in this market
    • 2% higher in beta-glucan on average than other oat varieties on the market. A 2% bump translates to a 20% boost in beta-glucan levels in products made from oats
    • Milling and food manufacturers are very interested in this variety and it may open some new markets for oats
    • Plant Variety Protected. Certified seed only

  • Agronomic Chart:
  • Plant Characteristics
    Origin WI
    Kernel Color Yellow
    Maturity (Head Date) 28-June
    Height (Inches) 35.4
    % Lodging Low
    Test Weight ( Lbs. Per Bu.) 36.3
    Kernel Protein High
    Desease Resistance
    Crown Rust IR
    Stem Rust IR
    Septoria IR
    Smut R
    Barley Yellow Dwarf Virus R
    PVP Yes
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    Antigo Oats
  • Wisconsin Certified

    Special/Unique Characteristics

    • Yellow oats, mid-late maturity, with excellent yield potential and high beta-glucan
    • Consistently high grain yields in state-wide tests. Good test weights
    • BetaGene™ oats were ranked number 1 for beta-glucan percentage for the last 3 years with a beta-glucan as high as 7.3%. (Beta-glucan is a heart healthy chemical that is exclusive to oats)
    • A food grade oat — should be the number 1 oat selection for any growers interested in this market
    • 2% higher in beta-glucan on average than other oat varieties on the market. A 2% bump translates to a 20% boost in beta-glucan levels in products made from oats
    • Milling and food manufacturers are very interested in this variety and it may open some new markets for oats
    • Plant Variety Protected. Certified seed only

  • BetaGene™ Oats Image
  • BetaGene™ Oats

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  • Small Grains
  • Seed Oats
  • Wisconsin Certified Seed Oats
  • Plant Characteristics
    Origin WI
    Kernel Color Yellow
    Maturity (Head Date) 28-June
    Height (Inches) 35.4
    % Lodging Low
    Test Weight ( Lbs. Per Bu.) 36.3
    Kernel Protein High
    Desease Resistance
    Crown Rust IR
    Stem Rust IR
    Septoria IR
    Smut R
    Barley Yellow Dwarf Virus R
    PVP Yes
  • Agronomic Chart:
  • Characteristics Chart:
  • Previous:
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    Antigo Oats