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When choosing a wheat for his hectare annual cereal program, Coorow grain grower Alastair Falconer sees a great fit for Devil as a high-yielding, mid-maturing option that will tolerate late season heat stress conditions that often occur in his area and can significantly reduce yields. Mr Falconer was keen to trial Devil as part of his wheat program this season and sowed a 16ha trial in late May. Mr Falconer, who crops a total area of 16,ha with his father David, uncle Ray and cousin Ian, said Devil was showing great potential for mid sowing opportunities and was likely to replace some plantings of Westonia, Ninja and Scepter in coming years. If APWN segregations are available this may be very useful in increasing delivery options. The Falconers also grow Ninja wheat for the udon noodle market and enjoy the premiums ANW often provides. Mr Falconer said Devil would also provide an alternative cereal option to help manage yellow spot and stripe rust in seasons where conditions were conducive to these diseases. He said Devil had been extensively trialled for both yield and quality within the InterGrain program during the past four years and its broad adaptation and early-mid maturity provides growers with flexibility when sowing their wheat programs. Your email address will not be published. Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Your comment will not appear until it has been moderated.
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When choosing a wheat for his hectare annual cereal program, Coorow grain grower Alastair Falconer is looking for a high-yielding, mid-maturing option that will tolerate late season heat stress conditions that often occur in his area and can significantly reduce yields. The variety is exceptionally high yielding, yielding similarly to Scepter. Mr Falconer was keen to trial Devil as part of his wheat program this season and sowed a 16Ha trial in late May. Mr Falconer, who crops a total area of 16,ha with his father David, uncle Ray and cousin Ian, says Devil is showing great potential for mid sowing opportunities and is likely to replace some plantings of Westonia, Ninja and Scepter in coming years. If APWN segregations are available this may be very useful in increasing delivery options. The Falconers also grow Ninja wheat for the udon noodle market and enjoy the premiums ANW often provides, for this reason he is keen to grow a new APWN variety to support the udon noodle market through delivery of the right noodle blends to Japanese and Korean markets. Stripe rust is not often a concern, although when the disease does occur, it tends to be later in the season so the MRp resistance rating will potentially provide us with that later season protection needed to get us through to harvest. He says Devil has been extensively trialled for both yield and quality within the InterGrain program during the past four years and its broad adaptation and early-mid maturity provides growers with flexibility when sowing their wheat programs. After a very dry June and July and a welcome 52mm of rain for August this Vixenwheat crop is pretty happy! Sown 25th May.

When choosing a wheat for his hectare annual cereal program, Coorow grain grower Alastair Falconer sees a great fit for Devil as a high-yielding, mid-maturing option that will tolerate late season heat stress conditions that often occur in his area and can significantly reduce yields. Mr Falconer was keen to trial Devil as part of his wheat program this season and sowed a 16ha trial in late May. Mr Falconer, who crops a total area of 16,ha with his father David, uncle Ray and cousin Ian, said Devil was showing great potential for mid sowing opportunities and was likely to replace some plantings of Westonia, Ninja and Scepter in coming years.

If APWN segregations are available this may be very useful in increasing delivery options. The Falconers also grow Ninja wheat for the udon noodle market and enjoy the premiums ANW often provides. Mr Falconer said Devil would also provide an alternative cereal option to help manage yellow spot and stripe rust in seasons where conditions were conducive to these diseases.

He said Devil had been extensively trialled for both yield and quality within the InterGrain program during the past four years and its broad adaptation and early-mid maturity provides growers with flexibility when sowing their wheat programs. Your email address will not be published. Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Your comment will not appear until it has been moderated. Contributions that contravene our Comments Policy will not be published.

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