HV9W05-415W / Fred-2-18-2
PVP with Title V
Kansas State University - Agricultural Research Center - Hays
Grain only, Grain plus limited grazing
KS Venada is a new, medium-tall, medium-late, white wheat from Kansas Wheat Alliance that has excellent baking qualities for both white and whole flour. It has a good disease package for stripe rust, leaf rust, scab, soilborne mosaic virus and some acid soil tolerance.
It has improved straw strength and preharvest sprouting tolerance (intermediate tolerance) compared to Joe. Its competitive yield records in central and western Kansas and north-central Oklahoma make it a good fit agronomically for producers in these areas looking for a high-quality white wheat variety.
|Barley Yellow Dwarf||Intermediate|
|Septoria Leaf Blotch||N/A|
|Wheat Streak Mosaic||Moderately susceptible|
|Acid soil tolerance||Intermediate|
|Early Spring greenup||Average|
|Fall ground cover capability||Average|
|Grazing potential in Fall||N/A|
|Maturity (heading date)||Medium Late|
|Baking Quality||More Desirable|
|Milling Quality||More Desirable|
|Seed Size||Above Average|
|Overall yield record where adapted||Very Good|
Unauthorized Propagation Prohibited – to Be Sold by Variety name Only As a Class of Certified Seed – U.S. Protected Variety – 1994 PVPA.