Offering 7 Varites of Registered and Certified Seed Wheat


Lone Rider

Adapted to the Western Plains, this is a very early, short-statured variety with a very high yield ceiling in the western plains. Very large kernel weight, avaeraging 39 mg statewide in 2016 without fungicide, or 17% greater than Bentley. Shows rapid canopy coverage in the fall, but heavy grazing is not recommended due to significant adult-plant height reduction. Timely harvest is advised to avoid pre-harvest sprouting (similar to Billing and Duster) and loss of test weight. Acceptable to very good dough strength and flour yield when wheat protein levels. Not yet evaluated by the Wheat Quality Council.

Characteristics

Barley yellow dwarf Moderately Susceptible
Hessin Fly Intermediate
Leaf Rust Intermediate
Stem Rust N/A
Strip Rust Intermediate
Powdery Mildew Inconclusive
Scab N/A
Septoria Leaf Blotch Intermediate
Soil-borne Mosaic Susceptible
Tan Spot Susceptible
Wheat Streak Mosaic Unknown
Ability to Fill From Stem Good
Ability to Hold Dormancy Good
Acid Soil Tolerance Good
Coleoptile Length Good
Drought Tolerance Very Good
Fall Ground Cover Capability Good
Grazing Potential in Fall Good
Height Short
Maturity Early
Milling and Baking Quality Acceptable
Protein Average
Seed Size Very Large
Shattering Reputation Average
Winterhardiness Average
Yield Potential Where Adapted Good
Pedigree Experimentals with lineage to Mason, Jagger, 2174, TAM 110, and (OK09915C)
Variety Protection Status PVP
Year of Release 2017

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