Released in 2012 by the North Dakota Agricultural Experiment Station, Jury oat is a high yielding oat seed 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.
Yield : High
Straw Strength: Medium-strong
High Milling Quality
Unauthorized Propagation Prohibited | PVPA 1994 – U.S. Protected Variety | To be sold by variety name only as a class of certified seed | Licensed in the U.S. to NDCISA | A research fee applies to this variety
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