Overley and Karl 92 (KS060143K-2)
PVP with Title V
Kansas State University
This variety from the Kansas Wheat Alliance tillers high and has good potential for top-end yield under increased management, such as a fungicide application in high-stress conditions. It’s somewhat taller than typical varieties from K-State’s Manhattan-based program.
Larry is variety well adapted statewide as it has been performing well in state trials. Commercial behavior denotes tremendous stability across environmental diversity, and is adapting westward though it’s response to WSMV is better classified as tolerance than resistance. It has also excelled under moderate to fairly intense drought.
|Barley Yellow Dwarf||Moderately susceptible|
|Leaf Rust||Moderately Susceptible|
|Stem Rust||Moderately resistant|
|Septoria Leaf Blotch||Intermediate|
|Wheat Streak Mosaic||Intermediate|
|Acid soil tolerance||Tolerant|
|Coleoptile length||Data not available|
|Early Spring greenup||Intermediate|
|Fall ground cover capability||Good|
|Grazing potential in Fall||Data not available|
|Maturity (heading date)||Medium|
|Shattering reputation||Very Good|
|Straw strength||Very Good|
|Test weight||Very Good|
|Overall yield record where adapted||Very Good - excellent with a fungicide|
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