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Vixen seeds

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Vixen seeds

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56 days Category: indoor, outdoor, mostly sativa, Flowering details: N/A Feminized: Early Vixen–>Only female seeds Origin: Northern Lights x Skunk x

“It is rated moderately resistant to moderately susceptible (MRMS) for all three of these common and costly wheat diseases.

“In our wheat breeding program, InterGrain is highly focused on combining high yield with elite quality,” he says.

Eyre Peninsula grain grower Justin Modra had an exceptional first year in bulking-up seed from InterGrain’s new Australian Hard (AH) variety Vixen.

In terms of grain quality, he says it has a good grain size and comparable hectolitre weight to other commonly grown wheats.

“It is worth noting that Vixen is rated susceptible (S) for CCN and this will need to be managed by growers in their rotation planning, and by using CCN resistant crops and varieties, such as Spartacus CL, within the crop sequence.”

He says the variety continues to show excellent yield stability across locations and in multiple years in all cereal growing regions.

“It is also encouraging to see that Vixen withstood the tough growing season conditions experienced in many parts of SA, Victoria and NSW last year, producing exceptional yields.”

“We want growers to deliver varieties with AH or greater classification and with good physical grain characteristics.”