Organic Sumo Oats

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  • Released by SDSU specifically for organic farmers
  • Excellent test weight with plump kernels for milling
  • Very good crown rust resistance
  • Good standing, suited for underseeding
  • Very good on-farm yield results

$13.00 / 32lb bushel unit

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Organic Sumo Oats
Performance Table
VarietyDays to HeadingPlant HeightStraw StrengthTest Wt.Seed ColorCrown RustBYDVAvg. Yield 3-Year (bu)
Organic Sumo OatsEarlyMedVery StrongVery HighWhite5100
Organic Sumo Oats53.6MediumVery StrongVery HighWhite59100.9
Saddle Oats54.1MediumVery StrongAvgWhite55126.4
Reins Oats55.1ShortVery StrongVery HighTan98117.2
Esker2020 Oats57.4Med-TallStrongAvgYellow37ID
Deon Oats58.7Med-TallStrongHighYellow34124.1
Hayden Oats59.2Med-TallAvgVery HighWhite83130
Organic Streaker Hulless Oats56.7Med-TallAvgVery HighNA7383.5
Morton OatsLateTallAvgHighWhiteSusceptibleIDID
Jerry OatsMed-LateTallBelow AvgHighWhiteSusceptibleIDID
Organic Everleaf 126 Forage OatsVery LateVery TallIDNANAIDIDNA
Laker Forage OatsVery LateVery TallIDNANAIDIDNA
Cover Crop Brand OatsVariesVariesVariesVariesVariesNANANA

Spring Oats

Oats are an annual cereal grain that can be used as a nurse crop to establish alfalfa, chopped for livestock feed, or raised for grain. Spring oats are planted very early in the spring, are tolerant to cold, fast establishing, and mature in the middle of the summer. We are a dedicated supporter of oat breeding at the University level and carry a diverse selection of oat varieties to suit any purpose.

Planting: Oats should be drilled 1-2 in. deep into a firm seedbed in early spring.

Planting Rate (straight for grain/forage): 80-110 lbs. (3 bu/A).

Planting Rate (with alfalfa): 40-50 lbs (1½ – 2 bu/A).

Additional information

Weight 49 lbs
Dimensions 14.86 × 14.86 × 14.86 in